This is very ironic. If Krupp speaks correctly, then the timing of the actual construction of the GP most eloquently addresses the 3-part Giza-stellar metaphor, for aligning to the belt's dead centre, Al Nilam(Epsilon Orionis) most precisely in 2550 bc, our "accepted date."
If I wanted to design a Giza complex that mimicked the belt stars at the start of its construction, I might prefer shafts that actually target G123's true centre, Al Nilam, rather than the outer star associated with g1. G2 is central to the proposed 3-part Orion metaphor. Why not underscore the wider 3-part intent, by focusing the shafts at the Belt's central star, as it apparently does?
I would imagine that this point has been raised before, it's so basic.
Orthodox history may be pointing to a better match which, ironically, sustains Bauval's basic idea through a discreet but reasonable shift of focus.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 05-Dec-19 16:41 by Poster Boy.