The Giza Doomsday Clock (cont.)
By Scott Creighton
Intentional Design
It is a geometric fact that a circle can be found that will connect any 3 nonlinear, random points. This is to say that if 3 pebbles were thrown to the ground, no matter how many times, a circle will always be found that will connect those 3 randomly scattered pebbles. However, if 4 pebbles are randomly scattered to the ground, the chances of finding a circle that connects all 4 randomly scattered pebbles is very remote. If we then scattered 5 pebbles to the ground, the chances of a circle connecting 4 of those pebbles with the 5^{th} pebble lying almost exactly at the centre of the circle is remote in the extreme. We would be throwing those 5 pebbles to the ground for a very long time indeed before finding an arrangement whereby a circle connects four of the points whilst the fifth lies in the centre.
And yet, remarkably, this is precisely what we find in the arrangement of the structures at Giza! Consider a circle connecting the 3 most outer points of the Giza pyramid field, the NE corner of G1, NE corner of G1a and SW corner of G3c, thus:
A Circle Connects the 3 Outer Points of the Giza Pyramids
Okay, no surprises here since we already know that for any 3 nonlinear, randomly placed points a circle must exist that will connect those 3 points. However, looking closer at this circle that connects the 3 most outer points of the Giza pyramid field we find something truly remarkable. The Sphinx ALSO somehow manages to find itself connected to this circle, sitting precisely on the circle's circumference! This arrangement is equivalent to casting 4 random pebbles to the ground and finding a circle that connects all 4 of them. This is not something that can easily occur by random chance and thus bears the hallmark of intentional design.
Given that the conventional view of the Giza Pyramid field is that each structure was placed with little or no regard to what went before or would come after, this is a truly remarkable occurrence and calls into question the orthodox view of the Giza site.
The Sphinx Sits Precisely on the Implied Circle's Circumference
If this was not remarkable enough what we then find when we plot the centre of the circle is that the centre of the middle pyramid of Khafre (G2) stands within a fraction of the circle's centre!
The Centre of the Clock Face lies a Fraction from the Centre of G2
To put this discovery into perspective  imagine drawing a circle around the three most outer buildings of New York City. What then are the chances of finding that:
 The Statue of Liberty ends up sitting precisely on the circle's circumference.
 The centre of the Empire State Building lies within a fraction of the centre of the circle.
Very remote indeed! Furthermore, there is evidence to support the view of some Egyptologists that this pyramid (G2) was originally intended to be placed slightly further to the north which would have placed its apex even closer to, if not precisely on, the circle's centre.
So, that we have a Pi (314) 'beacon' implying a circle and then when we follow this 'instruction' by circumscribing the implied circle precisely around the 3 most outer points of the Giza pyramid field we find the Sphinx ends up precisely on the circle's perimeter and that the apex of middle pyramid (G2) lies within a fraction of the circle's centre. All of this is a strong indication of intentional (as opposed to random) design. Indeed, that such an outcome arises from so few pyramid structures at Giza is all the more remarkable. But there is more.
