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Hi Ed,

SC: I'm still mulling some things over in my head at the moment, mainly concerning your large square that squares your circle. This square is not actually dependent on there being a circle since it can be derived from the golden section sequence built up from the Sphinx Temple that you show. I am thinking the Giza blueprint may have been devised first and independently from the mathematical matrix you demonstrate. Think about it like this - imagine you place three small cubes randomly on a table. Now, there is all sorts of math already inherent between the three geometric cubes - it is not placed there with any intent. Of course, there will be umpteen configurations, extrapolations that can be made; all manner of seemingly meaningful data that can be found, i.e. pi relationships, phi relationships, sqrt 2, sqrt 3etc, etc. None f it is meaningful, none of it intended - it is just math.

However, now imagibe that of all the possible configurations that could be made, meaningful data that could be extracted, you decide on a praticular arrangement that produces certain mathematical 'messages' (Remember, these meaningful proportions/ratios etc will exist inherently - they are there regardless of you having actually placed them there. If, for example, you placed three cubes on a table to mimic Orion's Belt, natural/inherent geometry will exist within that particular configuration and is there regardless of ANY intent to deliberately place it there. But is you are clever enough and manage to observe certain of the inheremt and meaningful values in the arrangement of the structures yoy can SHOW that you know these inherent values are there by using othere, different structures to point to their existence. This is, perhaps, what I think the causeways may have been designed to do. This sounds like your idea for the causeways but it is different because I am suggesting that Giza has already been planned and laid out using a completely different method to what you propose. The causeways are merely pointing to the inherent geometry of a scheme that is laid out using Orion's Belt. In essence the causeways ARE the devices that demonstrate intent by deliberately pointing to the means to unveil the inherent geometry that will inherently exist in an arrangement of structures set down to mimic Orion's Belt (or anything else for that matter). But there may be more to it than just that.

I'm not sure if any of this makes any sense to you, Ed, but I do feel as though I am beginning to see something here. Anyway - I've rambled on enough. I'll need to think it over a good bit more until I get it thoroughly clear in my mind. If that happens I shall, of course, get back to you.

Kind regards,

Scott

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EN: Anything develop on your idea on intent yet?

SC: I'm still mulling some things over in my head at the moment, mainly concerning your large square that squares your circle. This square is not actually dependent on there being a circle since it can be derived from the golden section sequence built up from the Sphinx Temple that you show. I am thinking the Giza blueprint may have been devised first and independently from the mathematical matrix you demonstrate. Think about it like this - imagine you place three small cubes randomly on a table. Now, there is all sorts of math already inherent between the three geometric cubes - it is not placed there with any intent. Of course, there will be umpteen configurations, extrapolations that can be made; all manner of seemingly meaningful data that can be found, i.e. pi relationships, phi relationships, sqrt 2, sqrt 3etc, etc. None f it is meaningful, none of it intended - it is just math.

However, now imagibe that of all the possible configurations that could be made, meaningful data that could be extracted, you decide on a praticular arrangement that produces certain mathematical 'messages' (Remember, these meaningful proportions/ratios etc will exist inherently - they are there regardless of you having actually placed them there. If, for example, you placed three cubes on a table to mimic Orion's Belt, natural/inherent geometry will exist within that particular configuration and is there regardless of ANY intent to deliberately place it there. But is you are clever enough and manage to observe certain of the inheremt and meaningful values in the arrangement of the structures yoy can SHOW that you know these inherent values are there by using othere, different structures to point to their existence. This is, perhaps, what I think the causeways may have been designed to do. This sounds like your idea for the causeways but it is different because I am suggesting that Giza has already been planned and laid out using a completely different method to what you propose. The causeways are merely pointing to the inherent geometry of a scheme that is laid out using Orion's Belt. In essence the causeways ARE the devices that demonstrate intent by deliberately pointing to the means to unveil the inherent geometry that will inherently exist in an arrangement of structures set down to mimic Orion's Belt (or anything else for that matter). But there may be more to it than just that.

I'm not sure if any of this makes any sense to you, Ed, but I do feel as though I am beginning to see something here. Anyway - I've rambled on enough. I'll need to think it over a good bit more until I get it thoroughly clear in my mind. If that happens I shall, of course, get back to you.

Kind regards,

Scott

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