 Giza
 Tangent Lines ```Don Barone is responsible for that ```
 ```and this, his inspiration ```
 ```red line G1nw-G2n-tanC3nw yellow line G3ne-G2-tan C1nw blue line G1se-G2se-tanC3se green line G1e-tanC2se-G3s purple line G3n-G2s-tanC1se ```
 from: http://gizapyramid.com/CliveRoss2.htm  ```3 circles corrseponding to the 3 main pyramids: ```
 ```C1 = 440 diam C2 = 411 diam C3 = 201.5... ```
 ```and 6 new lines... promising intrigue ```
 ```top image: G1nw-G2c-tanC3e G3ne-G2c-tanC1nw (yellow line, above) red line G1sw-G2ne-tanC3nw G1se-G2se-tanC3se (blue line, above) ``` ```bottom image: G1nw-G2n-tanC3nw (red line, above) G1n-G2c-G3n ``` Clive Ross Geometric Alignment of the Giza Complex part 2 - Introduction to the circle

 ```...G1nw thru G2... to G3e... the first image (right) shows the angle of alignment: 25.05° at the G1nw corner (-200, 200) ``` ```coords say it's centered on G2 (so i won't do a pic of that) and distance from G2 to G1nw = 988.47 cubits (1976.94/2) ```
 ```green dot = G1nw point (-200, 200) green line = G1n (1000 root 2 line) (2c diameter, or wide, respectively) ``` ```the wide gold line = GPH (G1nw-G3sw) ...currently set at 4.50 cubits wide, so its NW side touches the G2sw corner (as discussed near the end of page 6) ```  (click pic for hi-rez)
 ```G2-G1nw tangent C3... the white line is the angle from G2 to G1nw (object for that line) centered on G2 center ``` ```now rotated, however ...ever so slightly an additional 0.19° (or 11.4 minutes) to 25.24° (14.4 mins) (14 mins, 24 seconds) to be tangent with C3 ``` ```from 22.5° (16th circle) it's an additional 2.74° (about 11/4 of a degree) ``` ``` 25.05 - 22.50° = 2.55° ``` ```i also like where the C3 16-polygon side line intersects the edges of the lower pair of dots ```
 ```inner circles = 5 cubits (yellow, blue) ...and notice where the smaller circles' 16-side polygon corners touch each other ``` ```outer circles = 7 cubits (orange, green) outer circles are vesica with each other ``` ```upper pair = 16 sided polygon ESE corner lower pair = actual point of tangence... ```
 (click pic for hi-rez)
 ```and also running through the exact center of the lower pair and actual point of tangence is the polygon for the vesica arc: red yellow line = actual curve (866.8 radius, 1733.6 diameter) again, same as the NS distance of the pyramid area (G1n-G3s) ``` ```...and the 16 sided polygon for the large upper circle (orange) is flush with the center line for the polygon of the G2 arc of the wide G2G3 vesica pair ``` ```wondering about the actual curve (right image) 2 additional dots: green dot = 7 cubits diameter... pink dot = 14 cubits diameter... ``` ```both centered on the point where that angle meets the 1733.60 arc (no computing, just dragged em) ```
 ```they're both a little short, but ...where i got that 1733.60 from (the distance from G2G3 centers) ``` ```1000 times the square root of 3: is actually 1732.050807568877... so, 1.55 cubits short of that... ``` ```...and, now, zooming back a little bit (upper right)... extending the line SW, it almost bisects the yellow dot which marks the 1/16th point (SSW) of the G3 rotator... here, reduced to 1.5 cubits the edge touches the center ``` ```that dot cloned, and resized to 20 cubits (below, zoom) ...marks the opposite point, of G1nw, from G2 center... ...so clone that one and make it a cube of 17 cubits... ```  ```... pi x 20 = 62.83185... (22/7) x 20 = 62.85714... ``` ```so i could adjust those figures a little (to duplicate the square circle rotator) ...just make the circle a little bigger ...and make the square a little smaller 16 x 4 = 64 ; and 64 / pi = 20.3718... ``` ```box: 17 x 4 = 68 ``` ```...(above image)... square with sides 16 circle 20.37 diameter ``` ```it meets the corner of the object for the angle which is 1.5 cubits wide ```
 ```actually... 1.55 puts the edge of that object at the center point of the circles and square ...but increasing it back to 2 cubits wide... ``` ```and the corner touches the side exactly... eerie ``` ```so, let me get this straight: the center point of that line, from G2 center to G1nw corner extended past tangent to C3: at exactly opposite G1nw... perpendicular (90° clockwise) exactly 1 cubit to that edge of that 16 cubit sided square ...centered at the point where that same angle's edge (G2-G1nw) crosses the G3 rotator 707 circle (at the first 16th west of south) ```
 ```so, i changed the angle a little bit... but, look where it lines up at G1nw now (now returned to 2 cubits wide) (below) ``` ```again, wide gold line = GPH (G1nw-G3sw) green line = G1n (1000 root 2 line) green dot = G1nw (-200, 200) ``` ```...which is... oddly... interesting... but... changing the angle ever so slightly like that makes me think it's really a very wide arc... centered far to the NW of the pyramid area... radius measured in the thousands of cubits... (which... is... also... oddly... interesting) ```
 ```...the center would be somewhere... ...roughly perpendicular to that... so, WNW of the pyramid complex area (keep that in mind, any more lines) ``` Giza
 Tangent Lines