Mysteries :
The Official GrahamHancock.com forums

For serious discussion of the controversies, approaches and enigmas surrounding the origins and development of the human species and of human civilization. (NB: for more ‘out there’ posts we point you in the direction of the ‘Paranormal & Supernatural’ Message Board).

Hi Geoff

The length of the Rectangle at Giza is 1732 1/2 (3465/2) cubits the width being 1417 1/2 (2835/2) cubits the diagonal is 2238 1/2 (4477/2) cubits, not that it matters, with the perimeter of the rectangle being 6300 cubits. Also 1732 1/2 cubits divided by perimeter G1 1760 cubits =

Regards,

Jacob

**The Giza Rectangle**,The length of the Rectangle at Giza is 1732 1/2 (3465/2) cubits the width being 1417 1/2 (2835/2) cubits the diagonal is 2238 1/2 (4477/2) cubits, not that it matters, with the perimeter of the rectangle being 6300 cubits. Also 1732 1/2 cubits divided by perimeter G1 1760 cubits =

**Eye of Horace 63/64**. width is governed by the same 11/9 ratio found in height ratio of the Bent Pyramid. Giza Rectangle length 1732 1/2 / (11/9) 1417 1/2 width Giza Rectangle. Also according to Petrie's figures the over all length of the Queen Chamber passageway from its beginning to the far side of the Queens Chamber is 1732 1/2 inches 84+1/36 Royal Egyptian cubits. Unfortunately, it is real easy to overlook the concepts, principles and elements of Ancient Egyptian mathematics.Regards,

Jacob

Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.