> Hi MJT,
> Thanks for purchasing the book. I was only having a bit of fun
> with you.
> No hostility meant at all.
How pleasing it is to learn that I am not alone in having a warped sense of humour...
> I see that Scott has already answered your questions and really
> what you are asking has all been laid out in the book, which
> you have in your possession.
Hmm, this smacks of a 'don't ask questions until you have read the book' attitude.
I'm about half way through 'The Giza Prophecy' and almost every page so far has had me asking questions to which I have yet to find answers - and this despite this thread and similar on the GHMB.
Scott has indeed given an answer to each of my questions so far, but often there’s a marked difference between ‘an answer’ and ‘the answer’.
There is absolutely no doubting that there is a very striking similarity between the layout of Orion's Belt and the layout of Giza pyramids 1, 2 and 3.
However, there is no clear evidence (and certainly none appears in the first half of your and Scott's book) for this phenomenon being the deliberate product of a single pan-generational plan at Giza.
Also, it occurs to me that a scaled plan of the layout of the Giza pyramids could have been created without recourse to the geometry and arithmetic (i.e. the ‘Orion Geostellar Fingerprint’) that Scott and you claim the Giza pyramids’ builders used.
All it needed was a good eye, a clear night sky, and an ability to draw a fair copy of a simple natural pattern made up of three dots/stars.
However, getting the pattern off the papyrus page and onto the Giza Plateau was another matter, and one that in terms of the uncertain skills of the Giza surveyors troubles me.
> I note you are writing a book yourself. Good luck with that.
You note wrongly, Gary.
My hypothesis on the planning of the entire Great Pyramid will only ever be sent out as a free PDF document (assuming a) I get to finish it – I have procrastination down to a fine art - and b) somebody wants to read it) – fame and fortune appeals to me not a jot.
Having said that, if my hypothesis leads to the discovery of Khufu’s actual and fully intact tomb (it’s nice to dream…) , then I wouldn’t object to being given the death mask and a handful of jewels that I can then flog to the British Museum and then buy a new Home Entertainment System (nothing too ostentatious , naturally).
So few answers - and not one of them mine.