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The Great Pyramid and the Axis of the Earth - Part 2 (cont.)
By Gary Osborn and Scott Creighton

In any case, there is a good reason why this perpendicular angle of 23.5º would have to exist and be present within these alignments, and this is because it completes the geophysical picture encoded within the geometry of the Great Pyramid, a picture we are yet to reveal.

But before we reveal this, let's look at another aspect of this perpendicular alignment . . .

If we now extend the lines of the cross on which the King's Chamber is centred (see Fig. 9, lines in red) to emphasise the 6.5-degree offset of the KC from the apex, we note that the perpendicular 23.5º angle and the 6.5º angle together present us with the 30º angle - signifying the latitude distance of the Great Pyramid from that of the Equator or Equatorial Plane.

Figure 9 - The angle of 30 degrees

Of course the value 30º has always been there as it is also the sum value of the two angles that connect the apex and the south vertice to the centre of the King's Chamber.

"You can get any number out of the pyramid by choosing random points".

So said a sceptic in response to a public forum letter that included a brief introduction to this discovery, and we quote it here as a typical example of the "knee-jerk" reactions people make.

With due respect, this person clearly didn't understand the simplicity of what is being expressed here because as we can see, the four values with which we began and which we see illustrated in Fig. 1 - i.e., 30º, 23.5º, 6.5º, 53.5º - are all present within the geometry of the Great Pyramid and all from connecting just the three points and the two chambers we have to play with when viewing the GP in cross-section . . . just five points - and five significant points we might add.

Figure 10 - Five Points

Not "random points" and not just "any number", and what's more these values correlate with the geophysical picture of the tilted Earth and also correlate with the GP's own position on the Earth and in relation, it being 30º from the Equator and 6.5º from the Ecliptic - again, 30º subtract 6.5º = 23.5º

Also, KC 23.5º add QC 23.5º = 47º (precession radius) add 6.5º = 53.5º.

Looking at this another way, it is a fact that with the Great Pyramid at 30ºN, the daily cycle of its 6.5º to53.5º distances from the Ecliptic Plane actually depends on the 23.5º obliquity of the polar axis. And it's precisely these values that we find in the angles between these five points and also in their sum total - 53.5º.

Angles and Course Levels

The reader may have been wondering about the angle between the north vertice and the centre of the King's Chamber and what value this angle might be?

Well we can reveal that the angle is 20º.

It appears that the number of Course Levels from the base of the GP to the floors of the chambers actually reflect the degree values of these angles, as revealed briefly in Fig 8, and as we will see, the addition of this particular angle presents further evidence for this:

South Vertice to centre of King's Chamber . . . 23.5º

Apex to Centre of King's Chamber . . . 6.5º

North Vertice to Centre of King's Chamber . . . 20º

Sum total . . . 50º.

We find that the floor of the King's Chamber is level with the 50th Course Layer.

South Vertice to Centre of Queen's Chamber . . . 11.75º

Apex to Centre of King's Chamber . . . 0º

North Vertice to Centre of Queen's Chamber . . . 11.75º

Sum total . . . 23.5º

We find that the floor of the Queen's Chamber is level with the 23.5th Course Layer.

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