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 ```G1 ..... 440 / 2 = 220 G1nw = ( -220.00 , 220.00 ) G1n = ( 0.00 , 220.00 ) G1ne = ( 220.00 , 220.00 ) G1w = ( -220.00 , 0.00 ) G1 = ( 0.00 , 0.00 ) G1e = ( 220.00 , 0.00 ) G1sw = ( -220.00 , -220.00 ) G1s = ( 0.00 , -220.00 ) G1se = ( 220.00 , -220.00 ) ``` ```G2 ..... 411 / 2 = 205.5 G2nw = ( -844.00 , -470.00 ) G2n = ( -638.50 , -470.00 ) G2ne = ( -433.00 , -470.00 ) G2w = ( -844.00 , -675.50 ) G2 = ( -638.50 , -675.50 ) G2e = ( -433.00 , -675.50 ) G2sw = ( -844.00 , -881.00 ) G2s = ( -638.50 , -881.00 ) G2se = ( -433.00 , -881.00 ) ``` ```G3 ..... 201.5 / 2 = 100.75 G3nw = ( -1197.50 , -1310.50 ) G3n = ( -1096.75 , -1310.50 ) G3ne = ( -996.00 , -1310.50 ) G3w = ( -1197.50 , -1411.25 ) G3 = ( -1096.75 , -1411.25 ) G3e = ( -996.00 , -1411.25 ) G3sw = ( -1197.50 , -1512.00 ) G3s = ( -1096.75 , -1512.00 ) G3se = ( -996.00 , -1512.00 ) ``` ```9 x 9 x 9 = 729 possible lines ```
 ```there are lines between these points on the map that cross or intersect at interesting places: ```
 ```i would say print this out and play with a ruler ...but pixels/dpi don't exactly work that way... besides, this is just a very rough representation ``` ```instead, what you might like to do is get a very large sheet of graph paper (ideally, one square per cubit scale) ```
 ```...and the first lines you might want to try: ``` ```wireframe overhead refinished (below) ...for rough representation purposes: ```
 ``` purple line A side = 1732 B side = 977.5 = 1417.5 - 440 = 353.5 + 624 ``` ```A2 + B2 = C2 ; (1732)2 + (977.5)2 = C2 2,999,824 + 955,506.25 = 3,955,330.25 root 3,955,330.25 = 1988.801209271555 = 11.1987907284448757275... from 2000 = 44.595977501020819358330... squared ``` ``` green line A side = 1530.5 = 1732 - 201.5 B side = 977.5 = 1417.5 - 440 = 353.5 + 624 ``` ```A2 + B2 = C2 ; (1530.5)2 + (977.5)2 = C2 2,342,430.25 + 955,506.25 = 3,297,936.5 root 3,297,936.5 = 1816.022163961662... = 42.61481155609704988360502... squared = 183.97783603833733386127... from 2000 ...so: 2000 - 200 + plus 16 (4 squared) ```

 ```...orange line, drawn from ...center point, of G2w... to center point, of G1w... (approximately, in pixels) intersects the point where the green line crosses G2n ``` ```...pink line, drawn from ...center point, of G2s... to center point, of G1w... (and again, approximately) intersects the point where the blue line (G1ne-G3sw) crosses NW-SE angle of G2 and intersects G2ne corner ```
 ```and if this were all there were to the place, it'd be interesting enough ...hard pressed to write that off as just coincidence ```
 ```but, these lines connect and relate to each other in multiple, cooperative interlocking proportional so-called Sacred Geometry ``` ```named such by the ancients because of its correlation to all things in creation ...and reinforced by its ...obvious harmonious... divine seeming symmetry ``` ```this could have been their inspiration for such things ```

 ```...the square defined... by the outer pyramids... is of special dimensions ...1000 root 2 east-west ...1000 root 3 north-south ...1000 root 5 the diagonal ```
 ```purple line (already defined) GPH = grand plan hypotenuse G1nw-G3sw = about 1989 cubits ``` ```green line (newly defined) MPH = major plan hypotenuse G1nw-G3nw = about 1816 cubits ``` ```blue line (also newly defined) PAH = pyramid area hypotenuse G1ne-G3sw = about 2238 cubits ```
 ```so, the PAH (blue line) hypotenuse of G1ne-G3sw ``` ```A2 + B2 = C2 ; (1732)2 + (1417.5)2 = C2 2,999,824 + 2,009,306.25 = 5,009,130.25 root 5,009,130.25 = 2238.1086323054... square root of 5 = 2.23606797749978... root 5 times 1000 = 2236.0679774997... ...their difference = 2.0406548056... ``` ```so the hypotenuse line from the G1 NE corner to the G3 SW corner ...is approximately ... 1000 times the square root of 5 ``` ```...is... obviously a... pretty fundamental line ```
 ```(B squared) 2,009,306.25 = 9306.25 over 2 million (A squared) 2,999,824.00 = 176.00 from 3 million (C squared) 5,009,130.25 = 9130.25 over 5 million ``` ``` 9306.25 - 176.00 = 9130.25 ``` ```from 10,000 = 869.75 ...reminds me of the green and purple lines ```
 ```PAH (the blue G1ne-G3sw hypotenuse line) ...may also be a shared vesica radius... for 2 equal, and interlocking circles... with respective centers at G1ne and G3sw ...the far opposite corners of that area ```
 ```2 circles real quick, each of: 2238 radius (or 4476 diameter) at the far corners of the plan ```
 ``` at G1ne (220,220) and G3sw (-1197.5, -1512) ```
 ``` start G1ne: ( 220 , 220 ) finish G3sw: ( -1197.5 , -1512 ) difference: = 1417.5 1732 their midpoint: /2 708.75 , 866 from reference: + 220 , 220 midpoint = ( -488.75 , 646 ) ```
 ```a quick note about the math calculations... G2 to G3 centers = 866.80 cubits at 31.915° half of 1732 (1000 root 3)... the NS length so there's another circle... another vesica (at a slightly different angle to this one) ``` ```NW arc intersection ( -1988.60 , 581.52 ) SE arc intersection ( 1011.12 , -1873.51 ) ```
 ```...long vesica radius 39.3° and 3876 cubits ...short vesica radius = half of that = 1938 = (1000 root 5) - 300 ``` ``` 39.3° + 31.915° = 71.215 ``` ``` 39.3° - 31.915° = 7.385 ``` ```averaging GPH and MPH purple and green lines (1816+1989)/2 = 1902.5 1902.5 - 1938 = - 35.5 ```
 ```...while i'm at it... a square ...turned to a 45° diagonal... ...for my 1000 root 2 value... at both the north... and south edges of the pyramid rectangle ``` ```the root 3 value, defined by the north to south length implies a vesica radius ``` ```G1ne = ( 220.00 , 220.00 ) G3sw = ( -1197.50 , -1512.00 ) ```
 ```above 220 220 below + -1197.5 -1512 total = -1417.5 -1732 half /2 -708.75 -866 adjust 220 220 -488.75 -646 ```
 ```(1417.5)2 + (1732)2 = C2 2,009,306.25 + 2,999,824 = 5,009,130.25 sqrt = 2238.1086323054115775169227... / 1000 = 2.2381086323054115775169227... root 5 = 2.2360679774997896964091736... diff. = -0.0020406548056218811077490... ```
 ```circles and lines go together like 1 and 2 (one... implies the other... reflectively) ```
 ```while root 2 is relevant to circles, indirectly... (through octagonal angles) ...root 3... and root 5... are more up front about it ...root 3 is vesica radius ...root 5 is golden spiral ``` ```...someone gives you a root 3 or a root 5... and you know exactly where to draw an arc... ...the architects of giza incorporated these values proportionally in the plan outline... ...1000 root 2 = 1417.5 cubits = east to west ...1000 root 3 = 1732 cubits = north to south ...1000 root 5 = 2238 cubits = area hypotenuse ```
 ```...thus, a square... ...of 2000 cubits... with the hypotenuse: G1ne to G3sw corners (as the root 5 angle for a half square of 1000 by 2000 cubits) thereby constructing a "Golden Rectangle" ``` ``` root 5 = 2.23606... over 2 = 1.11803... x 2000 = 2236.06... times 3 = 6708.20... sq root = 81.9036... sq root = 9.0500... sq root = 3.0083... ``` ```...so this whole bit is really based on 3 ..line plus circle.. ..3 main monuments.. 3 stars Orion's Belt ```
 ```but this is just... the first hint... once we know what we're looking at... we can maybe put them all together... and speculate... exactly where to put some of this... grand design geometry ...which is not there by any accident not a figment of anyone's imagination and not a curiousity... or novelty... ``` ```for now, all i know is basically... just: larger, and larger circles... so, embedded within the geometry... ...and the relationships between... certain conspicuous large values... in a... fractal-esque... concentric patterns involving magical numbers: "Sacred Geometry" ...of the gods... ``` ```hinting at larger arcs, ever outward which may indicate specific distances along certain other conspicuous lines such as G2sw-G1ne to Baalbek, Lebanon and associated with Sirius, or Sothis ...Greek/Roman fortress Heliopolis is built upon this much older foundation very reminscent of Giza construction, just massive blocks, hundreds of tons ``` ```...in fact, were it... not for... the history of the ancient world (Egyptians, Greeks, Romans etc) being so well pre-established, the first conclusion would be ...that these ancient places were obviously built by the same advanced civilization same technique, stonework ``` satellite view of the eastern Mediterranean Sea (made from a Google Earth screenshot, below) showing a 4° x 5° square from Giza to Baalbek ```so, we can back-engineer that one or any site we have a location for just measure the angle and distance and see if any arcs and lines align ```
 ```Baalbek is... 34° 00' 22" N 36° 12' 31" E ``` ```4° north and... 5° east of Giza almost exactly ```
 ```close enough, to wonder: where "exact" exactly is and look into the offset ```
 (above and left) images of Ballbek (Heliopolis) from: http://www.world-mysteries.com/mpl_5.htm

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