With respect, but this particular thread is not about the orientation of the sky/ground correlation but rather a study of the geometric relationships that exisrs between the structures which demonstrates a preconceived, unified, homogenous plan. You can read my thoughts on the orientation issue here.
PS: The Orion Geo-Stellar Fingerprint, if not entirely perfect (and I have never claimed such), remains a very elegant design theory for the Gizamids. It explains why there are two very large pyarmids (with one being slightly smaller), why there is one much, much smaller pyramid, why the smaller pyramid takes its rectangular shape, the Lehner-Godeke Line and other inter-quarter geometric relationships between the structures. The remnant or "smoking gun" of this particular design method can be observed in the inter-quarter line relationships between G1 & G3 that are apparent today (whilst G2 - whose proportions also slot into this geometric relationship when centred on the middle Belt star - seems to have been moved off-plan probably for construction reasons). All in all, a most elegant (though not perfect), design theory.