CM: Bugt when the map of Orion is positioned over that of Giza and nearby pyramids, it is clear that there are stars in Orion for which there are no matching pyramids, and pyramids for which there are no stars in Orion, or any other constellation.
SC: Except this is not Bauval's OCT being discussed which invoked "other stars". And Lehner had not yet seen the evidence Gary and I present that shows how, using only the Belt stars, we can create three bases whose relative proportions agree to a very high degree with what we find at Giza. And not only that, but the Geo-Stellar Fingerprint (GSF) of Orion's Belt rather neatly explains Lehner's own finding that G3 is slightly recatangular in shape rather than almost square like the two other Giza pyramids. Certainly the strike of the plateau runs at a 43* diagonal (or thereabouts) - ideal then for a plan that, in keeping its sides to the cardinal directions, must run diagonally. Giza was perfect in every way.