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The Great Pyramid and the Axis of the Earth - Part 1 (cont.)
By Scott Creighton and Gary Osborn

Note how the angle between the vertices of the 2 sets of shafts is set at almost 6.5 degrees. This angle is almost identical to the mean difference in the angles of the northern and southern star shafts and is absolutely key to the design of the Great Pyramid at Giza.

We can check the difference in the star inclinations using the data presented by German researcher, Rudolph Gantenbrink:

  Northern Shafts Southern Shafts


32.6° ( 57.40°)

45.00° (45.00°)


39.12° ( 50.88°)

39.65° (50.35°)




Difference = 108.28° - 95.35° = 12.93°

= 12.93° ¸ 2 = 6.465°

STEP 5a: Determining the pyramid height and base width

Figure 6 - The 45°Line of the King's Chamber Shafts Extended to Central Axis

STEP 5b: Determining the pyramid height and base width

Figure 7 - A Circle is Circumscribed Around Apex

STEP 5c: The slopes of the pyramid are then extended to intersect the circumscribed circle.

Figure 8 - The Great Pyramid Slopes Intersect Circle

STEP 5d: The pyramid base is now defined.

Figure 9 - The Great pyramid Base is Now Defined
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