The stars would have appeared as pin pricks of light to the AE, they weren't looking at them through the Hubble telescope. Personally I think your assertion here is extremely far fetched. It also conveniently ignores the consistent geometry found on the ground at Giza, which Robert Bauval at least acknowledged in The Orion Mystery. We should remember that such geometry is not new... indeed Lauer's excavations at Saqqara revealed that the complex of Djoser was enclosed by a perimeter wall measuring 530 x 1040 royal cubits - a perimeter of 3140 royal cubits or one thousand x pi. At Giza Petrie's survey reveals a geometrical 1732 x 1417.5 x 2238.1 cubit right angle triangle which defines the maximum north-south and east-west spacings of the pyramids. These spacings should be regarded as significant given the accurate alignment of the site to the cardinal directions. The perimeter of the triangle happens to be precisely 1000 x 44/7 common cubits - the defining ratio of both the Great Pyramid and the Meidum pyramid. If "coincidences" like these are ignored then I guess anything is possible...
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