Hi from my point of view I just dont think that the ancients were aliens or anthyhing like that. I dont believe that they knew the history of the Earth and as a result I certainly dont believe they would have built pyramids on a plateau which was capable of being washed away..
lets put aliens and such like to one side.
The architects of the pyramids and the complex which surrounds them are of such a basic thing. Diodorus described these architects as 'Genius of their time'
One of the sadist things I saw in archaeology was at the Ashmoleum in oxford and I was chasing a Greek foot. The archaeologist on duty said to me that he wasn't really supposed to comment as his expertise was egyptian measures but as the other archeologist wasnt presnet he gave me a small tour of Greek measures.
Only the day before I had been in Alexandria where both civilizations existed in tandem.
If I could just speake for me there is something about the Indus Valley civilisation that grabs me and the Indus Valley foot 13.2 inches and the yard 39.6 inches is just something that cannot be ignored. These are my thoughts and I am putting them up there for consideration.
Yes I think the architects may have used the Indus Valley foot in the pyramids dimensions.
The Great pyramid Petrie gives height 5776 inches. 5775 inches divided by 13.2 is 437.5 Indus valley feet.
437.5 feet x 16 = 7000 digits and here is the number 7000 digits in the height.
Divide by 25 = 280 Royal cubits height
Base 687.5 Indus Valley feet x 16 = 11000 digits and the number 11 in the base.
Divide by 25 = 440 Royal cubits base
Imagine a system of measures that conbine the metric and Imperial system of measure.
No more mistakes with spacecraft missmatched parts etc.
3 Indus Valley feet 13.2 inches = 39.6 inches - 1.00584 metre
3 Indus valley feet is 36 inches (1.1 inches) or a yard (3.3 imperial feet) =39.6 inches
3 feet is 50 digits or a metre 39.6 inches and by god look at that number and think of the radius of the earth in miles.
This is an ancient measure and one which has the potential to change our world as we move into the cosmos.
So my question is . Why dont we look and ask ourselves if we could possibly do better than our present system of measures before another century goes by?
All we have got to do is ask the question and let others see the Indus Valley foot 13.2 inches and let all think for themselves.