Astra
Giza
OCT 6



Center Floating OCT



as an intro to this page, i think i'd jus like to say
that i should ceremoniously take that T off of OCT
that is to say, to me, it's no longer just a Theory
...well... maybe in the purest, scientific sense...
...in the same way that Evolution is a Theory...
but, there is... definitely... an Orion Correlation
of all the things this place could have been aligned to
...and i will be looking into other things, eventually...
considering all the other harmonious geometry herein
they managed to throw in a reference to Orion's Belt
just locking onto certain unmistakable elements of
what the ancients referred to as "Sacred Geometry"
and, yes it would make everything a whole lot easier
if the exact center points... of each of the 3 pyramids
would have been so aligned to the 3 stars of the belt
in which case, the connection would be very obvious
and this entire website would likely not even exist
and, yes it is easy to dismiss the whole thing
since that is obviously not the case
...but it would be wrong to do so...
it would be the definition of bad science
to say: "well, it's not that, so it isn't anything"
and then a silly hippie came along and kept looking
they tried to distract him
they tried to discourage him
they tried to make him think
that he was just being silly
that everybody knows
everything already
ok, now i am being silly
...see, that's a control...
...anyways...
as i'm about to see
...and then show...
all demonstratively
...there's...
more than one



...SC's orientation
gizmo group resized
(from 2000) to 3887
and, rotated 41.75 clockwise .......
or actually -48.25 counter clockwise
...from 45 ...it's -2.25 exactly...
Alnitak marker
.... (    -0.02 ,    -0.07 )
G1 = (     0.00 ,     0.00 )
Alnilam marker
.... (  -590.15 ,  -661.25 )
G2 = (  -638.50 ,  -675.50 )
Mintaka marker
.... ( -1096.77 , -1411.29 )
G3 = ( -1096.75 , -1411.25 )
as close as i can get it
as close as i need to...
aligning to G1 and G3




...next, i'll compare it to SC's 2400 circle
and, i think, a golden spiral out from G2
lookin out for a mini oct on those 3 dots
Alnilam ( -590.15 , -661.25 )
   G2 = ( -638.50 , -675.50 )
  SCc = ( -587.25 , -667.75 )
above image: copied the coordinates
...of the 2400 circle... from page 1
anytime i see 2 dots really close together like that
...i'm tempted to see what their vesica radii are...
below image: wireframe screenshot
of both marker discs selected (red)
...the blank fields, in the attributes box...
are where their values are not in common
...that -1.5 i rotated them is a rough approximation
based on the corners of the 16-sided wire polygons
...which is the actual edge of the circle they render
360 / 16 = 22.5 ... 22.5 + 1.5 = 24 rotation...
Alnilam ( -590.15 , -661.25 )
  SCc = ( -587.25 , -667.75 )
midpt = ( -588.70 , -664.50 )
below image: at maximum zoom
i can discern more accurately
it's actually closer to 24.2
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...
the square is 105.7 cubits per side
half that value, being the distance to the line
half of 105.7 is 52.85
52.85 minus 1 is 51.85
which is the slope of G1, in degrees
another cubit to degree correllation
the square's easternmost edge is now right on that same line...
the EW center line of the cube almost right on the Alnilam marker
looks like exactly half of 0.707 cubits above the Alnilam marker
interestingly enough
the angle of that square
105.7 x root 2 = 149.4823735...
and round off to 149.5 comfortably
noting it's just one half cubit from 150



a new circle is centered exactly at G2 center
G1 relative coordinates ( -638.50 , -675.50 )
and the distance to the lower dot
...to the center of the 2400c GGC
measures out to be exactly 103.70
...which... half of that is 51.85
which is, again, the slope of G1, in degrees
and i didn't have to subtract 1, or anything
but, it is interesting there is
exactly 1 cubit between those 2
so now i put in a new line
between G2 center and GGC center
at G1 relative coordinates
( -587.25 , -667.75 )
measuring
51.85 cubits
at 13.9
... -8.6
next, i make it 13.7 cubits wide
and its upper, northernmost edge
reaches the center of the other point
the one for the center star, Alnilam
GGC center ( -587.25  , -667.75  )
 G2 center ( -638.50  , -675.50  )
  midpoint ( -612.875 , -671.625 )
their sum = -1284.5
their avg =  -642.25
 that sum = -1926.75
the box for these 2 points is
51.25 cubits east to west
7.75 cubits north to south
51.25
+ 7.75
= 59
exactly 1 from 60
another favorite number
to keep a lookout for








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