Thanks for these 7 points - interesting.
1) My research into the ancient mysteries has lead me to believe that structures like the pyramids were erected by a very advanced civilization. Because of this the obliquity of the earth I might think is a trivial peice of information. A great deal of more advanced info was encoded. Thus it is perfectly logical that it has been encompassed in the pyramid design, along with the obliquity of other important planets. I thus will not be geting into the encoding of this angle in art etc. I just don't think it is so important.
Well naturally I personally view these -earth obliquity angle' discoveries, as well as the geodetic-related information - i.e., the GP pointing to its own location on the earth - as extremely important - not only because I discovered them in the first place, but because this is something that wasn't known about the Great Pyramid until now, so I view this as an 'important major discovery' which should now be widely acknowledged.
As for the validity of this data as regards the intention of the architects and builders, the data speaks for itself and is supported by several other factors - for example the same values in the number of course layers as also presented in the book- which show this isn't some strange set of coincidences. I should also mention that this discovery is substantiated by the words of an eminent Mason written in 1919 who said that many ancient temples encode the earth obliquity angle of 23.5* and other related angles - but I take your point.
Quote from 'The Giza Prophecy'. p. 213.
"It could be said that what is being presented here within the geometry of the Great Pyramid is a simple, factual reference, a record in stone pertaining to the geophysical condition of our planet—much like what we would find in any encyclopedia. On one level this picture relates to all the other factual and referential planetary, orbital, and cosmological data that others have found (or have claimed to have found) hidden within the measurements and dimensional geometry of the Great Pyramid."
However, Scott and I found that these angles appear to correlate well with other data associated with a 6.5-degree poleshift in the past and this too is presented in the book, and if we are correct then this would imply that this encoded geophysical/geodetic information indeed had a purpose. In fact this is one of the reasons why Scott and I decided to collaborate on a book, to bring the elements of what each of us had found together and show that there was a plan to encode this information of a past - and/or possible future axis shift, and where it occured/occurs in the precessional cycle.
I will look at your other points.
PS, and thanks for the kind words about the book, actually you are mentioned in it.
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