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The height of the second pyramid by petrie 5664 ins +- 13 inches 472 feet. So within the range I wish to suggest 471 imperial feet for these reasons.

1. A simple value for pi is 3.14 and 3.14 x 3 = 9.42 as soon as you see 942 you say pi. 1/2 of 942 = 471.

2. The second pyramid is a 3 4 5 pyramid and using that logic 471 = 4 so the 1/2 base 3 = 353.25 base equalling 607.5 imperial feet.

3. Some may say 'no Jim that is an odd number means nothing' well that is not correct because it leads to the old problem of 'sqauring a circle', not exactly the same as the Great pyramid.

4. The perimeter of the second pyramid 607.5 x 4 = 2,826 imperial feet and this is an even number. Our original value for pi 3.14 divided into the perimeter = 2,826/ 3.14 = 900 imperial feet. The architects have taken a circle diameter 900 feet and created a square.

It reminds so much of the Great Pyramid laid flat, not the same though, with a diameter of 1800 Indus/Saxon feet 13.2 inches (1980 imperial feet).

In the second pyramid they have used the height 471 x by a simple 3 = 1413 and x 2 = 2826 the perimeter of the pyramid.

Jim

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Subject Views Written By Posted
Khafre's pyramid 1430 Cross 19-Jan-06 01:01
Re: Khafre's pyramid 148 Lee McGiffen 19-Jan-06 05:15
Not good enough 131 Cross 20-Jan-06 17:36
Re: Not good enough 116 Lee McGiffen 21-Jan-06 07:02
Re: Not good enough 118 quixote 21-Jan-06 07:06
Re: Not good enough 100 Lee McGiffen 21-Jan-06 11:45
Re: Not good enough 98 Cross 22-Jan-06 18:58
Re: Khafre's pyramid 133 Spiros 19-Jan-06 08:39
Are you sure? 118 Cross 20-Jan-06 17:39
Re: Are you sure? 114 Ahatmose 20-Jan-06 17:48
72 inches = 1.8288 meters 155 mmstud 21-Jan-06 15:14
Re: Are you sure? 84 Spiros 20-Jan-06 19:54
Re: Are you sure? 84 Cross 20-Jan-06 22:36
Re: Are you sure? 106 Spiros 21-Jan-06 07:50
Re: Are you sure? 89 Cross 21-Jan-06 21:36
Re: Are you sure? 108 Lee McGiffen 23-Jan-06 02:50
No Lee! 91 Cross 23-Jan-06 16:45
Re: No Lee! 88 Spiros 26-Jan-06 10:19
Re: No Lee! 92 Spiros 26-Jan-06 10:49
You saw it !!! 87 Cross 26-Jan-06 18:04
Re: You saw it !!! 82 Spiros 26-Jan-06 19:00
Re: You saw it !!! 92 Cross 28-Jan-06 04:22
pyramid with a twist 114 Spiros 19-Jan-06 15:33
Re: pyramid with a twist 96 Cross 20-Jan-06 17:37
Re: pyramid with a twist 174 SandyJesse 13-Apr-17 22:38
Re: pyramid with a twist 133 molder 15-Apr-17 12:14
Re: pyramid with a twist 121 Merrell 15-Apr-17 14:42
Re: pyramid with a twist 116 M. J. Thomas 15-Apr-17 16:32
Re: pyramid with a twist 89 molder 16-Apr-17 03:10
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 110 molder 16-Apr-17 03:33
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 109 DUNE 16-Apr-17 10:11
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 111 magisterchessmutt 16-Apr-17 11:03
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 93 molder 17-Apr-17 03:09
Re: pyramid with a twist I have got it pi 110 DUNE 17-Apr-17 13:53
Re: The second pyramid coffer 78 molder 17-Apr-17 22:35
Re: The second pyramid coffer 112 Dr. Troglodyte 17-Apr-17 23:24
Re: The second pyramid coffer 93 molder 18-Apr-17 21:23
Re: The second pyramid height 109 molder 20-Apr-17 22:22
Re: pyramid with a twist 109 SandyJesse 20-Apr-17 00:19
Re: pyramid with a twist 97 molder 16-Apr-17 02:49
Re: pyramid with a twist 100 SandyJesse 27-Apr-17 23:49
Re: pyramid with a twist 181 molder 28-Apr-17 03:35
Re: pyramid with a twist 85 SandyJesse 02-Jul-17 00:05


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