The Geometry of Giza (cont.) By Edward G. Nightingale
If we draw lines through the axis of the circle and through the centers of each of the other two satellite pyramids of Khufu we find the first line angle was 45° degrees, the second line angle is 40° degrees and the third line angle is 33° degrees. If we ask what these three numbers have to do with a circle, the answer is it divides the main circles 360-degree circumference by 8, equaling 45° degrees, dividing by 9 equaling 40° degrees and dividing by 11 equaling 32.727272° degrees. A note here is the numbers 11, 32 and 33 will be covered in depth at a later point in the Giza Template and are very relevant.