> Yes that diagram is quite a bit out of scale to
> Satellite imagery .
> This one is the real deal. assuming this sites
> software hasn't affected the scale i first grabbed
> it from Google Earth
> Edited to include G2's Satellite pyramid, see next
> post with a possible Earth and Lunar connection
> with this Satellite pyramid and G3 , note how the
> diagonal line of G3 synchronises with the
> Satellite pyramid, thereby confirming planning .
Interestingly Rigano, Pyramids of the Giza Plateau p77-81, argues GI-d and GII-a, Khafre's satellite pyramid, to be contemporary.
As much as GI-a, b, and c are alike, the recently discovered GI-d is clearly different....
While the general belief among Egyptologists is that GI-d was a planned part of Khufu's Mortuary Complex and possibly served as his ritual pyramid, the facts argue against this belief. Its size at only 10% the volume of the other subsidiary pyramids and its "T" shaped substructure clearly sets GI-d apart from the other three subsidiaries but bears a strong resemblance in size and internal layout to GII-a, the minor pyramid to the south of Khafre's pyramid...
It is very unlikely GI-d was built first [before the enclosure wall and associated mastabas] and defined the locations for the outer enclosure wall and mastabas. It is much more likely the boundaries were there first and defined the space and size of a pyrmaid built after all were in place. This sets the earliest possible construction date for G1-d to after completion of the southern mastabas. The timing makes GI-d and Khafre's subsidiary pyramid (GII-a) contemporary and explains the similarities between the two pyramids.