This has been touched upon in a number of posts but I think, given its importance to our case in arguing that Giza is the result of a preconceived, homogenous plan the underlying influence of which were the Belt stars of the Orion constellation, it deserves a thread of its own.
Let me explain the term 'Geo-Stellar Fingerprint'. If you take three non-linear points (dots on a page or points of light - stars - in the sky) you can, using a very simple and systematic procedure, create three bases from the three points. Each set of three points/stars will have its unique set of bases with their own particular alignments/orientations.
Now, what is quite remarkable is when you take the Belts stars of the Orion constellation, the Geo-Stellar Fingerprint (GSF) for this group of three stars creates three bases whose relative proportions match the relative proportions of the Gizamids to a high degree of accuracy. Not only does it correlate extremely well with the relative proportions and orientations of the Gizamids, but it rather neatly explains how G3 comes to be slightly rectangular in shape whilst G2 and G1 are more square.
Have a look: The Giza-Orion Geo-Stellar Fingerprint
Now, one other important thing to say here is that G3 must be in place before the dimensions of G2 and G1 can be determined. This means that, if we accept this procedure as being the Giza plan, then the plan proves that Giza was a preconceived plan and not an evolving plan to create an Orion-Giza connection as some have proposed.
One final note. We are not claiming this design procedure creates pixel perfect dimensions as some will surely demand. The concordance is extremely remarkable and highly compelling. We believe this is how the Gizamid relative dimensions were determined.
Scott and Gary
EDIT: Fix typo.
Post Edited (03-Feb-12 17:26)