Thanks for those links. Very detailed and interesting pages on the pyramids and their site plan, thanks.
Still not sure why the metre being used by the pyramid builders is problematic. I can see why an Englishman such as John Michell would prefer feet, and why an Italian, such as Stecchini, would work in metres.
But when you come across the numbers 354.3, 741, and 346.6 expressed in metres and defining the site layout at Giza, surely that is more than just coincidence?
239.5 m and 385.7m are the value of the sides of the rectangle defining the relative positions of the second and third pyramids. Also, the number of days in a year divided by 20, squared and then divided by phi is 206.1213; the square of each of these numbers, 239.5 and 385.7, added together is 206,124.74. This last figure is also very close to the value of a cubit in inches.
I came across these while using inches (from Flinders Petrie's figures) and metres (while using Glen Dash's plan and Chris Tedder, Jiri Muzrek and Gary Meisner's diagrams), and the values in metres leapt off the screen. To me, it's clear that the Giza pyramid layout encodes the number of days in a draconic year and in a lunar year, and the relationship between the solar and lunar years, in metres.
Here is a link to my blog page on this in case you are interested, just scroll down three quarters of the way, till you get to the Giza site diagrams.
Interesting measurements in metres at the Giza complex
And what do you make of the speed of light expressed in metres per second being encoded in the Great Pyramid?
Thanks for the tip re Schwaller de Lubicz. I haven't read him - only second hand accounts such as John Anthony West's. Phi is Atum… It's on my list now.