> Hi Jim,
> 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
> 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
> 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.
Regarding your referenced blog, “9. Sun Worship and Phi”, a quick perusal suggests considerable effort to assemble the information. Two of the images are misidentified; the A. D. White Photograph titled “Giza. Pyramid of Khafre and Sphinx Pyramid and Sphinx [sic]” should read “Khufu” in lieu of “Khafre”, and the second image titled ”Great Pyramid Dimensions” is a modified photograph of Kharfe’s Pyramid.
Regarding the first image, I have contacted Cornell University Library DIGITAL COLLECTIONS’ Digital Consulting & Production Services of the published misidentification originating from their website.
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