The Measured Sphinx
I came across the following measurements for the Sphinx on the Guardian’s Discussion Board:
Overall length 238 feet
Width at rear haunches 62 feet 6 inches
Base to top of head 66 feet 4 inches
Height, base to back 40 feet 7 inches
Face width (less headdress) 14 feet 7 inches
Face height 19 feet 4 inches
So I need a box in which to carry the Sphinx at 238 feet long x 66 feet 4 inches high x 14 feet 7 inches wide.
And the Sphinx is a symbol of Power at 23 and the United States Law at 46 (46 inches is the length of the mace). And the fallen Angels came down 460 years after Adam, whilst Adam lived, and the pard, that is the heraldic lions of England, the leopards at 92 days gestation. And Washington D.C. is thrice 23 square miles at 69 square miles. And the Skull and Bones at 322 is 14 times 23.
So I take the Power number 2.30000e+21 x 8 lots x Pi twice and /3 and square root twice is 496,019.8748.
And this is equivalent to the cube root of number 10 (a clever touch) x 238 x 66 feet 4 inches x 14 feet 7.00006 inches.
And of course this will be rejected by the Skeptics because they continue to under estimate the knowledge of those Ancient Egyptians so advised.
John D. Miller