Second set of findings requiring confirmation of measure.

1. Using AutoCAD 2000 (computer assisted drafting), the three pyramids have been drawn to scale and compared and confirmed with those results produced by Michael Saunders (see below).

The pyramid measures from Petrie drawn and confirmed
by Michael Saunders*

Note: It will be noticed
that the Giza pyramids are not aligned with today’s measure of true north. This
does not allow us to assume that Earth’s axis has “tilted” since construction.
The south baseline of P1 is presently 0d 3’ 41” from true east west and it is
possible that the builders erred in their initial groundbreaking ceremony.
Therefore it is prudent for us to choose one pyramid and assume the builder’s
intention was to align it with their calculated direction of true east west,
then used this base alignment as a reference for the balance of the structures
on site. It is believed that P1 was the first pyramid constructed; accordingly
this pyramid should be selected and set out on the true east-west axis.

* Mr. Saunders was a
welcomed and valuable assistant in this project, striving for the greatest
accuracy in his work. However perfect the measures, he emphasizes one major
concern: *“…**The corner
points shown on your drawing produce very similar distances when added but this
is dependant on what corners you are using. So I would like this variance point
to be noted if you wouldn't mind as well as the attached drawing used when
attributing such dimensions to me…”*

2. The three pyramids of Giza set out as measured.

Pyramids set with south base line of P1 on E-W axis.

3. Site scaled having the south base of P1 set at 440.00
Rc (derived from the King’s Chamber measures).

The Giza site set with P1 having a base length of
440.00 Royal cubits.

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The three pyramids are built to an amazing accuracy when
considering the measuring devices available at the time of construction.
Scaling the above dimensions from Petrie’s into Royal cubits, having the base length
of P1 set at 440 Rc, illustrates the degree of precision achieved.

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It is observed that the south base axis of P2 and P3 are not
aligned perfectly with that of P1 resulting in slight variations of side
measures.

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The south base of P3 has the greatest angular variance of 0d
13’ 6” from P1.

4. The intriguing measures are those of the external limits of the site indicating the following:

a) Distance from east to west as one thousand times the
square root of 2 = 1414.21 [measure is 1418.12 Rc]…0.28% error.

b) Distance from north to south as one thousand times
the square root of 3 = 1732.05 [measure is 1732.52 Rc]…0.03 % error.

c) Distance from north-east of P1 to south-west of P3 as
one thousand times the square root of 5 = 2236.07 [measure is 2238.91 Rc]…0.13%
error.

The square root of 2, 3, and 5 are irrational
numbers, they cannot be expressed in fractional format.

5. Were the three pyramids knowingly set in position to
form a triangle having its length ratios equal to one thousand times the square
root values of 2, 3 and 5?

6. An angle having a tangent ratio with sides equal to
square root of 3 and 2 is 50.77 degrees…the illustration above indicates 50.7
degrees.

7. Using the Royal cubit length derived from the King’s
chamber and applied to the complete site then the numerical lengths indicate
the designer(s) knowing and understanding the base-ten numerical system.

8. The total *volume* of the King’s chamber is 2236
cubic Rc…the diagonal *length* of the pyramid complex is 2238.91 Rc

9. Were the dimensions of the King’s chamber designed to
confirm the intended dimensions for the complete site?