My brother asked me back then, if you drew a line straight up from G1 or G2 where would it point to? Look at the longitude and latitude, and if you find the same thing I did be sure to mention me in your next book.
It is well known that the G2 to G1 direction targets Heliopolis. In the past I have pointed out that the these pyramids roughly point to mount Ararat(Elevation: 16,854 ft). If one draws the curve that unites Khafre's pyramid and Ararat then this curve crosses over Heliopolis. None the less I also noticed that the azimuth between G2 and G1 as an angle is equal to the latitude of the tallest peak of the Caucasus mountain range Elbrus(Elevation: 18,510′).
The direction between Menkaure's pyramid and Khafre's pyramid as also that between the Menkaure's pyramid and Khufu's pyramid crosses over the Caucasus mountains range. The G2 - G1 azimuth expressed as longitude also crosses over the Caucasus mountain range even though longitude is arbitrary(based on Greenwich).
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 29-Jul-21 22:04 by Spiros.
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