Tangent Lines

Don Barone is responsible for that
and this, his inspiration
red line

yellow line
G3ne-G2-tan C1nw

blue line

green line

purple line
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:


(yellow line, above)

red line

(blue line, above)
bottom image:

(red line, above)

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... 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)

Tangent Lines