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Hi Ed,

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EN: I hope I answered your questions they were very good ones.

SC: Not really. You certainly responded but I do not think you answered.

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SC: 1) If you believe part of the "message" to be the measuring system, why build so many structures? The Great Pyramid of Khufu clearly exhibits such mathematical knowledge as pi, phi and Pythagorean geometry all on its own. Why would they need other structures? Indeed, you acknowledge yourself that the accuracy declined over time from G1 to G3. If presenting (or preserving) a "measuring system" surely one would have thought that accuracy would have been of paramount importance across the entire plan in order to ensure that the system is recoverable? Arguing that the structures were built to preserve a "measuring system" is somewhat contradicted as an objective, imo, given the apparent inaccuracies in your scheme.

EN: As I tried to explain although the accuracy has declined in the construction the original design or theme, part of which is the measuring system can still be figured out by accounting for the +- inaccuracies of the actual building, it is still accurate enough to follow the encoded theme if you are aware of the theme.

SC: But you say that each of the three main monuments at Giza present knowledge - pi, phi and Pythagorean theorem. All of these 'knowledge elements' can easily be found in G1. So - why do we need G2 & G3? Why do we need the satellites?

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SC: 2) What is the purpose of the various chambers of the 9 pyramids within your "unified sit plan"?

EN: I can't say for certain although I do have my thoughts on that which I will keep to myself and wait to see where the real data leads me. I will state that this is a multifaceted design and I'm certain there are many things I have not found. This is ongoing research and I am willing to take ALL new information in and adjust this theory accordingly, and I am very sincere in that statement.

SC: Well, I think what can clearly be deduced from the placement of these chambers within these pyramids is that preserving mathematical knowledge was not the primary goal. I look forward to your thoughts on this question.

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SC: 3) You seem to infer in your post here that the Royal Cubit is related to the Speed of Light. Are you suggesting that the designer's knew this and deliberately devised their Royal Cubit accordingly? Tell me that you are not suggesting the AEs understood the speed of light?

EN: Here is the math for the Aaku-Meh or "Light Measure" W.A Budge

From the 3 interval of the fifth interval scale; (fifth interval= x1.5)
Starting from 128x1.5=192x1.5=288x1.5=432x1.5=648
Interval 3 288 to 432 interval = 432-288=144
Interval 3 value= 144 dividing that interval by 7 = 20.57142 the ROOT Cubit
Third and fourth "note" are 288 and 432 respectively
Fourth "note" squared (432x432)= 186624 the ROOT speed of light
ROOT cubit 20.57142 Inches to Feet 20.57142 divided by 12 = 1.7142857 ft
ROOT speed of light 186624 divided by ROOT Cubit 1.7142857 = 108864.001
108864.001 divided by the ROYAL 20.61818 = 5280.000 (ft/mile)
The ROYAL Cubit is dividing the 5th "note" 648 by 3.14285 (22/7)= 206.1818
Move the decimal point to 20.61818 the ROYAL Cubit
Also 432 divided by 21 = 20.57142 The ROOT Cubit
Also the GREAT YEAR "canonical to current rate of precession
25920 years - 144 =25776 years 25776 divided by 360 degrees = 71.6 yrs
71.6 years equal 1 degree of precession we experience currently

Aakhu t Khufu "Light Abode of Khufu W.A Budge

SC: You will find, Ed, that few modern Egyptologists pay little heed to Budge's interpretations although I do, myself, sometimes wonder why. In the case of 'Akhet Khufu', however, there are a number of translations. Whilst "Akhet" is often interpreted as 'horizon' by mainstream Egyptology some Egyptologists inerpret it as, "the setting/rising place". Intriguingly, in modern Egyptian-Arabic the word 'horizon' is interpreted as 'Oufou'k' - a variant of Khufu in reverse.

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'Mountain with the Rising Sun'

Ideogram in 3ht, 'horizon'

The sign 3ht, born of the union of the disk and the hieroglyph for mountain, is rather inappropriately translated as 'horizon,' associating it with a modern notion which is foreign to Egyptian thinking.

The sign is a relatively recent creation of Egyptian writing, unknown in the Pyramid Texts, in which the sign that determines the word 3ht is the hieroglyph of a sandy island. The earliest known documentation of the sign is from the Fifth Dynasty, an epoch that saw the official affirmation of the solar cult. Thus the hieroglyph represents the point where the sun appears above the earth at daybreak and where it touches the earth again at sunset. This is the proper meaning of the ideogram, connected to the root 3h, 'to shine'.

The dualistic nature of the sign is made clear by the symbolic portrayal in which two human or mummified figures are placed on the two slopes of the sign.

- Maria Carmela Betro, 'Hieroglyphics', page 161


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EN: I am saying that whoever designed this blueprint was most definitely was aware of the speed of light, and that is all I have to say about that, anyone suggesting I am saying anything else needs to read that again, "whoever designed this blueprint", period.

SC: As stated, it is far from certain that "Akhet Khufu" translates as "Light Abode of Khufu". And, even if it did, it does not follow that it demonstrates proof of an ancient knowledge of the speed of light - the dimensions/measurements you present above could simply be related to a particular aspect of the sun (Ra). There is absolutely no need to invoke ancient knowledge of the speed of light of which there is no proof. Period.

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SC: 4) You say in this post here, that "Bauval's theory is a major part of this multifaceted complex and is the astronomical part if it. I have found evidence that fits with his theory." What evidence and in what way does it fit with the OCT?

EN: I am working on a calender I found encoded that I believe will include Orion as a major part of it, I have actually contacted Robert about this and hope to discuss this with him and Graham as well. It is not complete, I have the geometry and math and I am awaiting assistance on the star chart data. That is about all I can say at this point but be assured when and IF the star chart data confirms my math and geometry I will publish it.

SC: This interests me since such a calander based on the Orion constellation has already been done. Be interesting to compare notes when you publish.

Best,

SC


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