I am on an iPhone in da wilderness.. :)) & refraining from indulging in this spaghetti thread, however, in
considering the original design:
I also do not favour a G3 misplacement. The spatial match of the two outer stars, combined with near miss e Orionis however, produces a skewed aspect of around 14-15deg. in the Belt angle -seen with respect to Earth's axis as the principality behind orientation, it's no sleigh of a bricklayers hand but intent.
Orientation aspects aside, your circle involving the Queens, is not present in the actual celestial concept - the counterpart in the sky bears no such geometry. Orion's Belt displays no hub, which you can point as corresponding with your circle.
Do you then employ it in isolation in the reproduction of Giza, or argue comparative geometric relations.. conceived in the original design?
There is of course a real circle in the sky.. also one, according to legend, hidden in the body of Nut :o)