Alnilam ( 590.15 , 661.25 )
SCc = ( 587.25 , 667.75 )
rectangle = 2.9 x 6.5
 Alnilam ( 590.15 , 661.25 )
G2 = ( 638.50 , 675.50 )
rectangle = 48.35 x 14.25
 G2 = ( 638.50 , 675.50 )
SCc = ( 587.25 , 667.75 )
rectangle = 51.25 x 7.75
 54.25 / 7 = 7.75
54.25  3 = 51.25
 14.25 + 40 = 54.25
55.5  54.25 = 1.25



the 2 above points, which are most recently, at last, connected by a red line
are the correct positionings of the markers for Alnilam and the center of GGC

and again, this is inside G2, very close to the center, at about 26 cubits away
at what i'm sure are some kinda sacred geometrical proportional relationships



the distance between these 2 points is, as measured... 7.11 cubits exactly
...which is a notable number in itself, as a rounded pi to cubit correllation
overtly found in G1's base to height ratio of 440 to 280, at a scale of 40



...but, here's where it gets... really interesting...
that same distance, 7.11 cubits, due south of G2 center...
i've placed 2 new objects to measure: a square and a circle...
and rotated them both that very same 24.2° counterclockwise
to match the angle of the line connecting the 2 dots, above...



