After much consideration, I have put together the findings I have made on the Great Pyramid, and published them for free perusal.
I am not sure how folks will take it, but I do assure you that what it describes is based upon what I have found through a particular way of analyzing and understanding this great construction.
I guess the best way to introduce this analysis is to post the last chapter of it, the 'Summation', and to state that all the findings in this summation are shown and proved in the analysis. The analysis itself runs to about 100 pages, with half of it as images. If you are curious about the below, please click on the link at the bottom of the page and see for yourself.
I would of course welcome any comments or arguments you may have.
How many layers of meaning shroud the Great Pyramid of Egypt? How many masks does it wear of the things that it represents in its construction? The bulk of this analysis showed two definite layers, with one picturing the locations of stars which, being in the time-period of Pharaoh Khufu, were the past and the future, giving praise to what might honestly be defined as the cycle of Sirius represented by the floor-level and width of the Queen Chamber, and also the half-height of the pyramid, while Canopus alluded to the height of the chamber when Sirius reached its maximum. The other layer identifies a solar appreciation translated into the whole-height of the pyramid referencing the summer solstice; the edge of the core form referencing the equinoxes; and the winter solstice appearing within the intersection of the entrance and ascending passages. A third layer of meaning was touched upon in the pure mathematics associated in the architecture, and there are several areas of importance that will arise in a separate analysis as this one concerned the astronomical associations.
To state once again what those astronomical associations are, we have only to list them:
the measurement between the axis of the King and Queen Chambers equates to ten degrees of the astronomical scale upon the pyramid, or 433.333” : 10º ;
the spring equinox of 12,275 BCE begins the planning period when Sirius is found to rest in a specific location above the horizon which aligns to the edge of the southern wall of the Queen Chamber, and Canopus rests against the northern wall of the Subterranean Chamber, while the Sun rises upon the dual horizon formed by the visual and geometric location of it, referenced in the 20th and 21st courses of the pyramid;
Sirius reaches its minimum height in 11,875 BCE, defined by the floor-level of the Queen Chamber;
Sirius reaches its maximum height in 627 CE, defined by the half-height of the pyramid, while Canopus is seen to pass through the upper course beneath the ridge of the roof in the Queen Chamber;
the summer solstice sunrise upon the horizon defines the complete height of the pyramid;
a perfect alignment is formed by Canopus, Sirius, the Sun and Vega in 11,939 BCE, with the first three objects approximately 26 1/2 minutes east of due south, while Vega is the same east of due north;
in a further astronomical alignment for 11,939 BCE, these four objects also observe a straight line connecting them at an angle of 17.657º, being the angle of the hypotenuse of a triangle relating to pi, with one side of 7 units and the other side of approximately 21.991149 units;
the length of the roof of the Gallery confirms the height of the pyramid through pi, being 1838.6” x pi = 5,776.132253”
the height of the pyramid in relation to half the base-side of the pyramid is in a ratio of 4/pi, where a single unit in this formula = 1,444.033”, giving a base length of 9,073.12733”, and an angle for the casing of 51º 51' 14.4”;
a centre-point within the pyramid observes a circle touching the casing and the pavement level with radius 2,207.0028175”, equating to 22 / 7.0028175 = pi;
the angle of the pyramid in conjunction with the angle of the roof blocks of the entrance glyph intersect upon a boundary confirming 43.333” as 1 degree of astronomical scale upon the pyramid, indicating a square of side-lengths 15,600”, and a circle of radius 7,800”;
the square defines the extent of a Mercator astronomical map, being 360º side to side, and 90º above and below the horizon;
the length of time between the observation dates, being 12,275 BCE to 627 CE, is 12,901 years, and in relation to pi, equates to the length of the entrance passage down to the intersection of the middle of the passage to the Subterranean Chamber;
twice this period – being 25,802 years – is a very good approximation for a cycle of the Precession of the Equinoxes, while the length of time between the extreme positions of Sirius – being 12,501 years, or 25,002 years for a full cycle – is the Axial Precession cycle;
the height of the niche defines 1/12 of the Precession cycle due to the position of Sirius at the top of the niche, and the year it attains that;
a scale of 43,333.333 : 1 does allude to the size of Earth in relation to the size of the pyramid .
It is the view of this analysis that gives credence to the planning of the pyramid being related to the stars and astronomical associations, while the Sun has been shown to have a grand effect also, as offered by the observations of the equinoctial and solstice latitude positions when overlaid upon the pyramid. It has been shown that Sirius plays a very important role in defining the half-height of the pyramid and also the floor-level of the Queen Chamber, while one particular date which observes a perfect straight line passing through Canopus, Sirius, the Sun and Vega locates the position of the niche in that chamber when the astronomical overlay is reversed. And in relation to the entrance glyph being a representation of a hidden area within the pyramid, it is difficult to ignore that the height of the Sun according to the slope of the pyramid reflects this hidden location, in that the Sun resides between the mounds.
Given the lengths of time being offered, it is possible that the ancient Egyptian concept of Zep Tepi has been identified, if not specifically during this period between 12,275 BCE and 11,862 BCE, then most certainly one whole cycle of time preceding this, stretching back to approximately 38,000 BCE – 37,000 BCE, depending on whether the Precession of the Equinoxes or Axis is taken into account. Either way, the time periods do certainly mean that a very important question is left in the air:
Whom understood such things that they were able to be recorded in such a formidable structure as the Great Pyramid of Giza, and how did those records come through to the time of the ancient Egyptians?
This analysis is now at an end, having identified a planning period and base-plan for the pyramid. It is for another analysis that the specifics of associated geometrical comparisons shall occur, for there are several layers of meaning to the pyramid which astronomical, calendrical and geometrical are just parts of the mathematical make-up. And then there is the inclusion of copper within the shafts, and the shafts themselves being enclosed within the pyramid, and our current scientific understanding that may shed some light on what they were for, and what they actually did.