Mathematical Codes Encrypted in the Pyramids of Giza

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Many people are aware of the many mathematical codes that are 'encrypted' in the Pyramids of Giza. For example the ratio between half the basis (which has then a value of 1) of the pyramid and the height is equal to √φ, while the hypotenuse equals φ itself. There are many more mathematical constants to find in the pyramids.

The arrangement of the pyramids seem to be even more interesting. For example the latitude (29.9792N) of the top of the great pyramid of Khufu equals the speed of light, which is 299,792 km/s. Is that coincidence? How large is the probability that that indeed is coincidence?

The speed of light is one of the most important constants in physics. What if there are many more constants to find in the arrangement and positioning of the pyramids, doesn't that dramatically increase the probability that it is not coincidence? And indeed, there are many more constants found, which makes it 100% sure that the pyramid builders knew much more than we always assumed.

But when this is the case, it has profound consequences. Take for example the speed of light - meters and seconds are supposed to be discovered much later. It now appears they were already present, and brought back into the public arena, via a source. Which source?

There is so much to tell about the discoveries in the pyramids of Giza in relation to all other pyramids around the world, and in relation to the planning of scientific discoveries, that it will be published in the form of a book. Hopefully in 2016.

You can read a precursing article here: Mod edit: URL removed.
 

Code Blue

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Feb 2015
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The arrangement of the pyramids seem to be even more interesting. For example the latitude (29.9792N) of the top of the great pyramid of Khufu equals the speed of light, which is 299,792 km/s. Is that coincidence? How large is the probability that that indeed is coincidence?
It's only 29.9 in metric measure. How much is it measure in cubits?
 

Naomasa298

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Since you're talking about a for-profit book, and advertising is not permitted on Historum - THREAD CLOSED.
 
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