As I have said the central pyramid angle error of OCT in regards to Giza is 4.34°. The error of my Greek mountain mapping is 8 times smaller than this. On the other hand the outer pyramid distance ratio error of OCT in regards to Giza is 0.085. The error of my Greek mountain mapping is 7 times smaller than this. This 0.085 error when projected on to a distance between G1 and G2 of 486.8 meters calculates to 41 whole meters! So it is not just the orientation of OCT that is off(12.68° at 10,500 BC) it is the superimposing of stars on to pyramids as relative distances also. Mountains work a lot better than stars, and what are pyramids anyway, aren't they simply scaled down versions of mountains.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 05-Dec-19 16:21 by Spiros.