Now, as if this was not remarkable enough and convincing evidence of a clear preconceived plan at Giza - there is more; much more.
If we circumscribe a circle around the three most outer points of the Giza Pyramid field, we find two quite remarkable things occuring.
1) The middle Belt star (Al Nilam/G2) finds it way almost exactly to the centre of this circumscribed circle. (Note: Belt stars in white at centre of G1 and G3).
2) The Great Sphinx ends up sitting almost precisely on the circle's perimeter.
Keep in mind that the Great Sphinx could not be relocated, any three points will form a circle. There are four significant points in the above image. To test this simply throw three small coins to the floor and try and connect all four coins with a perfect circle. Not easy unless, of course, it is planned. Now, just what are the chances of the above occurring randomly in addition to all the other geometric correspondences we have already presented?
Naturally, there is a very important reason for the Sphinx to have this relationship with the Gizamids which we will cover later.
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