> Hi Scott,
> Yes time does seem to be the message encoded by many of the
> numbers that i am finding, and your clock idea has a good
> plausible idea behind it.
> So taking a brief look at your work again i have to ask about
> the clocks center point, that in one of your diagrams it has an
> offset position , and in others its centered on the apex of G2,
> assuming ive read that correctly could you confirm your circles
> center .
> As you can see from this image from Google Earth the circles
> center is quite a bit offset from G2's apex.
Your circle in the above image does not touch NE corner of G1a and seems a short distance from SW corner of G3c.
From page 2 of my article:
The Centre of the Clock Face lies a Fraction from the Centre of G2
If this was not remarkable enough what we then find when we plot the centre of the circle is that the centre of the middle pyramid of Khafre (G2) stands within a fraction of the circle's centre!
To put this discovery into perspective - imagine drawing a circle around the three most outer buildings of New York City. What then are the chances of finding that:
a) The Statue of Liberty ends up sitting precisely on the circle's circumference.
b) The centre of the Empire State Building lies within a fraction of the centre of the circle.
So yes, the great circle's centre does not fall on G2 centre but is close. It is closer still when we consider G2 at its earlier planned location as indicated by its original entrance built further north and slightly east of the present shaft/entrance.
Post Edited (01-Dec-12 14:00)