aG2sw x S1 = 44
S1 x aG2sw = 45

a circle, with a radius of 1500 cubits (3000 diameter) centered on G2sw (-844, -811)
and another circle, radius 280 cubits (560 diameter) centered on G1 center point (0, 0)
intersect at a whole number round integer point from G1 center coordinates (198, 198)
...exactly at the first larger circle's 44 mark, and the second smaller circle's 45 mark...
so, the G2sw corner
does not have a 44
angular relationship
to the G1ne corner
what the G2sw corner has a 44 angular relationship to
is S1, the sphere of G1, radius 280, based on G1 height

...and then i stumbled upon noticing...
an interesting coincidental intersection
...this same 1500 cubit arc from G2sw
...just happens to cross... the LL line...
(120 S of G1south, 340 S of G1 center)
...right at 555 cubits east of G1 center
...which, 555 is an interesting number
it's important in the positioning of G3
in the squaring of the circle geometry
and then rotating the whole thing 45
( -844   , -881   )
(  555   , -340   )

( -144.5 , -610.5 )

1500 cubits

2 and 3 of 7
it might be 21.142114...
send that one to a math guy, i went n did some math
n i don't know where to begin
i'm beginning to suspect
the builders did not use
base 10 numbers... first
or... put another way...
did not think of numbers
in base 10 as a priority
though 10 is apparently
...a common demoniator
but, just one of many
so, now, i'm curious as to how
these numbers are expressed...
or represented digitally...
in binary, hex, etc...

n alotta this is inherent to the numbers themselves
hence the existence of sacred geometry conceptually
but it's reflected in the geometry of the giza site
anyways... i'll jus
...lay all these...
...puzzle pieces...
out on the table...
read it if you like stopped making sense to me
so i just cleaned it up a little
threw it in here, then unplugged
...just trust me...
it's beyond bizarre
G1 volume and the square root of 5...
here's an example of how they line up...
in our numbering system, watch repeaters...
G1v / root 5 =  8,080,851.52828723999086323241564
G1v / root 5 =  8,080,851.52828724...^^.(^^)
.......................72 36
G1v x root 5 = 40,404,257.64143619995431616207819
G1v x root 5 = 40,404,257.6414362...^^.(^^)
and i'm making little pyramids with my shift-6 :P's their average...
...and then... i went... quite mad...
juggling even numbers at me like that
elsewhere there's 
the relationship
between 4 and 15
4/15 = 0.266
15/4 = 3.75

16 fourths = 4
this is one less
...(2x2) - 1/(2x2)
1/4 from 4 squared
...15/4 = 3.75...
4/15 = 0.266...
times 100, it's
two 13s and 2/3...
one and one third fifths
or, four fifths of a third
3 and 5... straddle... 4...

(15/4) - (4/15) = 3.4833...
3.4833... - pi = 0.34174...
. pi = 3.14159...
sq/5 = 2.236...
 two = 2
sq/3 = 1.732...
 phi = 1.618...
 3/2 = 1.5
sq/2 = 1.414...
pi = 3.1415926535897932384626433832795
/5 = 2.2360679774997896964091736687313
/3 = 1.7320508075688772935274463415059

phi = (sq/5)/2 + (1/2)
phi = 1.6180339887498948482045868343656...
phi = one half + half the square root of 5
so... two phi = one + the square root of 5
much like
how sq/5 (2.236...)
straddles 2
and sq/3 (1.732...) 

and sq/3 (1.732...) 
with phi (1.618...) 
and sq/2 (1.414...)

their averages:
sq/5 (2.236...) and sq/3 (1.732...)
= 1.9840593925343334949683100051186
very close to 2
...2 hundredths
the square root of 5...
/5 = 2.2360679774997896964091736687313
the square root of 3...
/3 = 1.7320508075688772935274463415059
now, add them together
++ = 3.9681187850686669899366200102371
almost 4, or 2 squared
)4 = 0.0318812149313330100633799897628
.... 0.0314159265358979323846 (pi/100)
.... 0.00031415926535897932 (pi/10000)
.... 0.000003141592653589 (pi/1000000)
you see where this is going
continually adding (pi/100)
gets closer and closer to 4
but, will never quite touch...
it's the mathematical expression of:
a curve coming in adjacent to a line
which is exactly what's going on with...
all the spheres, circles, pyramids n lines
...and ok... silly... kid stuff... yeah...
now, let's look at 100:
10 x 10 = (2x5) x (2x5)
 4 x 25 = (2x2) x (5x5)
and what's missing from
its reflection of 1: 99
99 (9x10) = (3x3)x(2x5)
(11x9), straddling 10
and... 1 short of 100
so... infinite repeat 
...curve on a line...
that's what these numbers are expressing...
these proportions, especially, significantly
sq/5 (2.236...) + sq/3 (1.732...) = 3.968...
3.968... / 10 = 0.3968...

4.0077999729193536598359862103395, the sum of root 3 and root 5
..stagger back n forth, straddling 4
incrementally smaller, into infinity
so: they also define a gradual curve

100 pi (314.159...)

/5 - /2 = 0.82185441512669464760748494452158
/5 - /3 = 0.5040171699309124028817273272254
/3 - /2 = 0.31783724519578224472575761729617

/5 + /3 = 3.968...
 = 4 - 0.03188...

(/5)/2 = 1.118...
so, there's just an incredible amount of stuff goin on here
...and it's all... interconnected, somehow... apparently...
and there's a lot of... circles and angles i want to get to this diagram... pointing to:
other pyramid sites in the vicinity:
associated with and corresponding to
different stars around Orion's Belt:
...the larger purple circle (above)
...shows the SW corner of G2 (center)
equidistant from NE corner of G1... hmmm
and the front or head area of the Sphinx
but, it doesn't indicate the measurement
also, in the image above, the larger purple circle...
on closer inspection, is not centered exactly on G2sw
...and, i don't know if that's intentional, or not...
it seems like it's just meant to be a rough depiction
as: while the smaller purple circle seems to indicate
its center point is where the G1s line meets G3w line
a quick look at the coords map, that radius is: 877.5
...which seems like an odd number to me, right now...
(though i do like the line from G3se to G1se corners)
also, i havn't even put the sphinx into the model yet
(don't have coordinates for it, i'll get to it later)
first i'll see what i can come up with on the big one
just in the general area o the northeast corner of G1
the 3D image (below) shows the NE corner of G1 (half transparent)
and an arc, drawn from from G2sw at 1500c (circle diameter 3000c)
intersecting the NE edge of S1 and well within the cut-out corner
...G1cNE... (so named for: G1 cut-out pyramid, north-east corner)
(the green squared rod is the north perimeter, adjacent G1 north)
note: you can't really do lines in this program
what i've done here: is create 2 separate rings
(red and purple) each 1/2 cubit wide (1c total)
(4 cylinders in 2 pairs: positive and negative)
...the actual distance... of 1500c from G2sw... where the inner and outer circles meet...
so now we have an accurate line... between them, of course, you can probaby draw...
...just about any kind of circle you want...
(and there's many diagrams with similar circles)
but these are all very round, harmonious numbers
(remembering that: 440+60=500, hinted at earlier)
and while it's not apparent in the wide scale map
...that G1 and G2 do not line up... exactly at 45
they don't really have to
and on closer inspection:
...that's not what they're lining up to, actually
...but on the wider scale... it might as well be, while i'm not disputing what it's showing
...the virtual model requires precision accuracy
...and this is where i found something really amazing...
(click pic for hi-rez)
...not sure... what the...
proper geometrical term is
for this partucular kind of
conjunction or alignment...
S1 (the sphere of G1) at 45
intersects: arc aG2sw at 44
...280c from S1/G1 center...
is 1500c from G2sw corner...
here, i've made a hi-rez image with captions and insets
and added alot of other objects, to clarify positioning
and found a few other curious alignments in the process
...all of which, i'm sure only scratches the surface...

a tight overhead zoom view (below)
on the intersect point: (198, 198)
this is the NE edge of S1 (inside G1) at 45
just where S1 intersects G1 at 45 (no arc)
transparent overhead composite (above)
the "yellow dot" is a reference marker
for coordinates (198,198)... and shows
the NE extension of S1 at ground level
intersects point (198,198) from center
...zooming back a bit (below)
the 1500 cubit arc from G2sw
aG2sw-1500 (purple and red)
intersects the yellow dot
at the same coordinates

(click pic for hi-rez)
wide overhead view showing
the entire NE corner of G1
here i've added the angle lines
as emanating outward from G2sw
43 = yellow line upper left 
44 = white line mid center 
45 = yellow line lower right 
our yellow dot, G1ne198 (center of image)
as reference point (198,198) of G1 center
is also intersected... by the white line
radiating: at 44 clockwise... from G2sw
the mystery of the G1-G2 offset is solved
(or, part of the confusion is cleared up)
...the arc and sphere intersect exactly... degree counter-clockwise from 45...
at ground level, as this is the disc of S1
also... 22 cubits south and 22 cubits west
of the NE corner of G1 at coords (220,220)
...noting that (440/22=20) and (220/22=10)
and 22 x root 2 (1.414...) = 31.112698....
...and the 11:7 ratios... 22/7 being pi...
white dot marks the NE extension of the 1500 arc coordinates: 216.66 east, and 179.66 north
zoom in on the NE corner of G1 (below)
the G1ne reference marker (green square)
is 2 cubits (and made half-transparent)
at coordinates: (220,220) from G1 center
white line is 44 radial from G2sw corner, i've added a yellow line
...0.1 cubits thick (east to west)
and 3 cubits long (north to south)
showing specifically where the 44 G2sw angle
enters and exits the 2 cubit square, for G1ne
(which is perhaps interesting enough as well)
...the green and white lines are each set to 0.2 cubits thick:
and i've converted the white tube to a rectangular box (below)
to show the angle comes closest to intersecting G1ne at 44.02
and the G1ne corner (center of the green square) is (220, 220)
almost... i can't get any more accurate than this
...but i suspect the actual angle of intersection
is probably an additional single minute of arc...
(one 60th of a degree) (three 180ths of a degree)
putting the angle at 44.0166667 (or five 300ths)'s the whole scene again...
this time north is up in all views
(click pic for hi-rez)
basically the same information... added a couple more dots...
i also noticed that arc aG2sw1500 intersects LL at (555, -340)
555 figures prominently in the dimensions and positioning of G3
such as "G2w-G3w" plus the length of a G3 side... (353.5+201.5)
...yet another conspicuous numerical concidence to keep in mind

...while i'm throwing down new dots... just to check their positions...
...i thought i'd measure the distance between degree points on aG2sw...
purple dot = aG2sw 43 = (179.00, 216.00)
 cube 1 43-44 midpoint = (188.50, 207.00) 43.50
yellow dot = aG2sw 44 = (198.00, 198.00)
 cube 9 44-45 midpoint = (207,33, 188.83) 44.50
 white dot = aG2sw 45 = (216.66, 179.66) this resolution... decimal accuracy is insufficient...
...i can't divide an incremental postion by an even third...
but that's not reflective of the design
just the limits of the program
no surprises, anyways
and then i noticed something... that was just what i was keeping an eye out for
...(i just happened to be using 2 cubit diameter discs to measure) ...vesica...
...intentional or not...
...the relative positions...
between the blue and white dot
and the geometry of the vesica
adhere to a 3 cubit measurment
at the 45 ray of aG2sw for S1
(3 cubits; 45 squares root 2)
this same relationship is also
between the blue and green dot
which, while not exactly on S1
forms a double square with the
white dot: dubbed G2sw1500ne45
...of course... the white and green dots
don't share the same vesica relationship
as do the green-blue and blue-white dots
...even when projected outward: 3 cubit diameters each...
i'm sure there's something here
but i'm not just going to guess
the point is... those are... 2 valid
points or dots on the design plan...
and their positions are proportional
to a vesica relationship at 3 cubits
here, i've rotated the image 45 clockwise
(rather than the vesica diagram overlay)

Cutout Corners