So can anyone give an accurate measure for the top part of the chamber, as the width is now the width of the beams. of course thats ridiculous , just as it is to measure a wall that goes past the floor level .
Ridiculous ?, i would say so, but its the new way of measuring things , consult MJT and Jacob , as its their way.
Anyway, taking a new look at Peter Lemesurier's work from his " The Great Pyramid Decoded" , i wondered if there was anything in his suggestion that the coffer had a numerical link to the Earths year of 36524 days via its position in the kings chamber, albeit by the use of his Pyramid inch unit.
And just in case some people dont know what that pyramid inch is in its linear state .
If one takes the width of the kings chamber in British inches as 206.25 inches then the Pyramid inch equivalent will read as 206.0316 Pyramid inches .
Basically it was based on a metric measure of the Earths mean distance from the pole to the center of the Earth, then further subdivided by 25.
But my work is based on the present British inch.
So does the coffer occupy a specific position in the kings chamber to encode more information, maybe the Great Pyramid is so designed that any unit of measure will work for who ever uses it.
Image from Peter Lemesurier's "The Great Pyramid Decoded" page 111