And trolling through posts and topics, I haven't seen hide nor hair of what that understanding is, except that it goes against a lot of other folk's own ideas and even some of their observations despite the facts, falsities, and close-toos that are offered all around.
In that case:
the pyramid is set upon the pavement level, and yet the four corners have sockets extending beneath the pavement level. Why?
To the best of your ability, can you answer that in as little as one sentence so to not give away your complete understanding if you do not want to right now; or as much as you would like, and be regaled as one who might truly know the pyramid?
I will answer it after you. Or before you if you do not.