We have shown in this thread the quite remarkable geometric relationships between the Giza pyramids. Some here seem to think that the strike of the plateau could have brought about such ignoring the fact that the structures need to be of just the right proportions along the strike of the plateau for these geometric relationships to 'lock in'.
If we move G2 to its theorised Belt star location, this is the inter-quarter line geometric relationship:
As can be seen above - a quite stunning geometric relationship between the main Gizamids and the Queens pyramids. It will never be pixel-perfect because G3 is more rectangle whereas the other structures are much more square. But we can clearly observe an INTENT.
By way of comparison, what would this inter-quarter line geometric relationship look like if we re-arranged the Gizamids along the strike of the plateau (centred on the Belt stars)? Well, let's see.
As can be observed above, when shifting the Gizamids into a different order along the strike of the plateau, we find that the inter-quarter geometric relationship between the structures completely breaks down and is nowhere near as 'pleasing'.
Post Edited (22-Feb-12 15:10)