Giza
 OCT 2

 Rotating and Comparison

 below image (from the previous page) ...overlay composite of GPMP diagram onto the stars photo of Orion's Belt... the circle for G1/L4 reminding me of S1 the sphere of G1 (radius = G1's height) so... these are the first circles i'll try to find ...to derive... SC's L1 and L3
 assuming L1 extends from G1 center, for Alnitak it looks like there are no other given points ...except maybe on the east (left) side of G1 and not for L1 (yellow line) but for L3 (blue): perhaps at both the circle and the corner of G2 and maybe that circle touches the opposite side
 ... ... width ... height ... sphere diam. G1 = 440.0 ... 280.0 ... x2 = 560 = S1 G2 = 411.0 ... 274.5 ... x2 = 549 = S2 G3 = 201.5 ... 125.0 ... x2 = 250 = S3 S2 is 11 less than S1... (reminds me of the 11:10 ratio) and S3's 250 (half of the 500 values) is the same as the NS length of the box between G1 and G2's closest corners ...also half of S1 - 60 cubits (which seems intentional)
 here, i made spheres: S1 S2 S3 at each of the 3 main pyramids radius equal to pyramid height ...i was worried the circles... might not fit... because they're not the same proportions to their boxes (or pyramid square bases)
 and S1 and S3 look fine... at first glance but S2 is so much tighter around its box ...which i don't have aligned in any pic... so i made this one ...budging over... the circle, for L5 just removed the space background ...and duplicated the orange circle... making a new red one, same radius
 ...and again this is on the GPMP map... so, don't rely on those pyramid outlines... ...as, on this, at best... it can only be a relatively rough reckoning... mock-up etc... ...to get an approximate idea... where and what to measure, exact, in the model... ...but, roughly... it sure looks like their spheres...
 anyways, we'll see what they are with this next trick ...grouping a few objects together, for each pyramid ...1 cylinder for the circle, and 2 cubes for the lines ...1 for the actual line, and 1 on the opposite side (so the whole group is still centered on the circle) now i can just expand or reduce the whole group resizing to whatever, all locked in proportionally ...and the thickness of the line is not important i'm watching where it touches the circle edge... so now just trial and error until it matches...
 and here's the coordinates again for the 3 main pyramids' centers (height) sphere radius diameter ``` G1 ( 0 , 0 ) G2 ( -638.5 , -675.5 ) G3 ( -1096.75 , -1411.25 ) ``` ``` 280.0 ... 560 274.5 ... 549 125.0 ... 250 ```
 ```and calculations for the guide line cube positions G1 0 + 280 = 280 -638.50 + 274.5 = -364 -638.50 - 274.5 = -913 -675.50 + 274.5 = -401 -675.50 - 274.5 = -950 -1096.75 + 125 = -971.75 -1096.75 - 125 = -1221.75 -1411.25 + 125 = -1286.25 -1411.25 - 125 = -1536.25 ```
 extra numbers just to see what they are... and i've been getting hints in researching that maybe i should have G2 as the center: and now i feel guilty i don't have a staff (or a reckoning for its height, in cubits)
 all guide groups are centered at respective pyramid centers so now i can rotate them, etc or even resize proportionally until i find the line for L3
 left image... wireframe screenshot of G2 guide group selected (red outline) G1 and G3 guide groups on either side ...objects for the stretched cubes... for line-guides are 40 units (cubits) height and width, but varying lengths G1 2000 (1000 radius... from tangent) G2 and G3 each 4000 (2000 to tangent) ...and the cylinders are just copied from the height corresponding spheres having the same heights and diameters in both this image... and below right ...all 3 groups are at 1111 elevation (which is just arbitrary, on my part)
 below right... 3D perspective pan on the line-guide stretched cubes for G1 and G2 from high above and NE of G1 (facing SW) ...all 3 lines are (naturally) parallel, and in close proximity, when rotated 44° ...and from respective tangent points... LS1 (purple) = 1000 cubits, 2000 total LS2 (orange) = 2000 cubits, 4000 total LS3 (green) == 2500 cubits, 5000 total
 ```and i'm naming these lines after their spheres... cuz the cylinders are from the heights of the pyramids... ```
 (click pic for hi-rez)
 ...the exact line... i'm looking for (L3) would be the inside (right hand) face of these "cubes" but they all have to be the exact same angle ...otherwise, it's not a single line connecting all 3 pyramid circles so, i will have to resize the circles ...but... first... take a look at this
 below image: same groups dropped back down to ground level and all objects have beeen flattened (to about 0.1 units) (for aforementioned overhead perspective shadow reasons) the object for LS1 is still set at 2000 cubits length so, 1000 cubits from the edge of its parent cylinder (representing the tangent point for the disc of S1)
 the center of the G1 line, LS1 (purple line) is right at the SE corner of G2 (orange box) ...and line object widths are still 40 cubits ...so the edge from S1 (at 44°) is 20 cubits ...if i made the G1 guide group slightly larger so that the circle for G1 were 40 cubits wider ...then the line from the edge of G1's circle would match exactly the line for G2's circle the cylinder for S1 is currently set at 560 cubits diameter plus 40 equals 600
 ...and then do the same thing for LS3 (G3's line, green) ...whatever... that ...works out to be ...for that circle each of these lines are 40 cubits wide: ...looks like about another 15 cubits ? to the G2 SE corner ...taking that much away from G3 circle ...and that's for... ...this 44° angle...
 (click pic for hi-rez)
 ...but, look at this (while i have it up)
 below left: zoom on G2se corner (yellow dot) ...G2se = (-433,-881)... 1 cubit diameter... the purple line now reduced to 2 cubits wide this new object (LS1-2-44) is duplicated from LS1 at 44° 40 cubits ...so, its center point is 20 cubits from the edge of S1 at 280... thus... this line's center is from a 300 cubit arc SE of G1 center
 the center of the object LS1-2-44 (purple area) (selected, marked by the middle angle red line) is exactly 20 cubits from the edge of G1 circle as the disc of S1 (280 + 20 = 300, or 600 diam) expanding that circle 20 cubit radius (40 diam) and locks on to the G2se corner at 1869 exactly so 934.5 exactly from G1's circle tangent point
 ...and... ok... it's not... exactly... ...it's a half cubit off... exactly... ...assuming... that's because it's 44° (thus, one degree off from half angle) ...so from exactly 44° SE of G1 center ...total distance (280+20+0.5) = 300.5 (that extra half cubit is... puzzling)
 and where it seems off a tiny bit, is just wireframe jog ...so, don't worry and i could measure exact to make sure, but that yellow dot is 1 cubit diameter
 anyways... back to the other thing...
 right image: overhead, far to the NE of G1-se (outline, upper right) 1000c NE S1-280-SE-44°
 where the lines for S1 and S2 overlap as in the earlier 3D elevated image (the hi-rez clickable 3rd pic above) ...now brought down to ground level
 below: zoom on cyan outline (right) the orange circle and orange square are measuring the distance between the S1 and S2 guide lines, at 44° again, their circles set to heights S1 (purple) 280.0 radius, 560 diam. S2 (orange) 274.5 radius, 549 diam.
 the thin purple line object, named LS1-07-43, is duplicated from the G1 guide group, rotated at 43° so its center point is 20 cubits beyond 280 radius and here, reduced to 0.7 cubits width (707 sin 45) its inner edge is bisecting the circle and square
 orange circle = 4.4 cubits diam. orange square = 3.14 cubit sides both at coords: (897.73, 523.22) ...and both are rotated to a -1° to match 44° of the larger lines 3.14 times root 2, that square's angle measures about 4.44 cubits 4.440630585851518453237302...
 ...the wide purple line is LS1-44 named for the G1 line guide at 44° 40 cubits wide, 2000 cubits long ...object center is (215.8,-208.4) ...upper left edge = tangent line centered from about (201.4,-194.5) (280 cubits SE 44° of G1's center) ...upper right edge = NE extension the corner = point of NE extension = 1000 cubits NE-44° from tangent
 ...the wide orange line is LS2-44 named for the G2 line guide at 44° also 40 cubits wide (lower right) ...but set at 4000 cubits long... so we see just its angled edge... which is the actual tangent line ...from about (-441.04, -866.20) object center (-426.65, -880.08) (274.5+20) 294.5 SE-44° G2 center ...and just so very close to 300
 and i have no idea how or why ...or what i'm even looking at... i just... measured the difference and that's what it happens to be
 and way out here, that other angle ...cuts it in half, right on its edge... ...but now i'm curious as to where... ...it bisects that difference exactly... so, projecting it further outwards with a little progressive sequence
 ...and this isn't exactly what i did but, it explains what's happening and maybe it doesn't have anything to do with OCT but, still... it's kinda freaky (so i dropped everything) just the nature of the geometry here at Giza
 upper left image... fading back a bit to see the objects i have in, already
 upper right image... duplicating LS1-44 and extending that line, further out...
 lower left... the new green dot-box... is right where the center of LS1-07-43 (purple line) is right between ...the upper left edge of LS1-44 (wide violet area)... and the upper left edge of LS2-44 (wide orange area)
 lower right... LS1-44 is now reduced in length to meet the center of the green dot box marker ...and i went to all this trouble, because... such endeavors, here... are seldom unrewarded
 just to see where "G1 line guide 1-43" the angle from C1-600 43° (SE minus 2°) meets exactly between LS1-44 and LS2-44 it's exactly 1020 cubits (2040, object)
 again... i have no idea what this even is i'm just noticing (and documenting it)... and, i'm not getting what it's telling me ...and these objects are in a different file as to not be confused (and quicker saves) so i also don't know what these intersect
 and now reducing LS1-3 to see where it meets this line and it's just under 1015 cubits (2030, for the object)
 that's just what these numbers are doing on this scale LS1-44 is projecting from the 44° angle of a 560 diameter circle or 280 radius, as S1 as the height of G1
 the thinner purple line, the center of that object... ...is projecting from a 600 cubit circle around G1... at 43° ...turned 2 degrees counter-clockwise from 45° the wide lines are all parallel ...at 44° from their respective (pyramid's height) circle edges
 (click pic for hi-rez)
 whoa... check this out 600 / 280 = (22/7) - 1 2.142857 142857 142857 3.142857 142857 142857 ```Rob Miller Pi = 22/7 Pi = SQRT2+SQRT3 Phi = 89 / 55 1/.81 is interesting SQRT3/SQRT2 is crucial! ```
 for the 600 / 280 above antares is 600 ly away... and that's diameter of one and then radius of another but, that is just too cool that negative 1 from pi... one degree exactly from 45 and, one exactly from that (43° and 44° angles, here)
 ``` root 2 = 1.4142135623730950488016887242097... root 3 = 1.7320508075688772935274463415059... that pi = 3.1462643699419723423291350657156... phi (89/55) = 1.6181818181818181818181818181818... (rt5)/2 + .5 = 1.6180339887498948482045868343656... (root 2) = 1.4142135623730950488016887242097... / (root 3) = 1.7320508075688772935274463415059... = quotient = 1.2247448713915890490986420373529... reciprocal = 0.8164965809277260327324280249019... ``` ```1 / 0.81 1 / (9x9)/100 = 1.23456790 123456790 123456790 12... ```
 rough precession 26,000 / 600 = 43.333333333... 4 thirds from 45 (clues of clues)
 also the galactic center is 26,000 light years away (precession) and the Pleiades are roughly 440 (which is G1's base in cubits) anyways, i'm jus sposedta be measuring, for now... not guessing
 anyways... extending these same lines... onward and outward to see what they do and where they do it
 left image: LS1-43 (purple line) now extended to where it intersects LS1-44 (pale blue area) 1143 cubits from radial (2286, for the object) yellow dot intersction coords (998.93, 631.33) below image: LS1-43 now made white for clarity the lower purple area is LS1-44 at this point ...at about 1148 cubits (2296, for the object) ...the circle is still 4.4 cubits diameter... ...the square is still 3.14 cubits each side representing pi, in cubits... S1 to S2 at 44° and 4.4 cubits being a hundredth of a G1 side reaching LS1-44 to the extention of the circle is 1150.25 (or 2300.50 for the object exactly) ...so, just before that, to see where it is... = 1150 cubits exactly (or 2300 for the object) ...and, i thought i noticed some similarity... so, i duplicated another square, turned it 90° ...and the 2nd purple clone is right inbetween
 in both above images... the yellow dot for the intersction is at coordinates (998.93, 631.33) which is close to a rounder (1000.00, 633.00) ...but, first... a prefect vesica at (1000.5, 632) if you want to overlook that sort of thing here don't even look for it
 north south that vesica