The Case for Intent of Encoding Information Within The Geometry of Giza (cont.)
By Edward G. Nightingale
The 8, 9 and 11
We were able to locate the three main pyramids, Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure using the three satellite pyramids of Khufu and the axis of the main circle. It seems that at least one of the functions of the satellite pyramids of Khufu were to geometrically locate the pyramids and create the angles of 45°, 40°, 32.7272° which can divide the circle by 8, 9, and 11. We will address the number 11 and 32.7272 at a later point, for now we will look at the importance of the 8 and 9.
Using the 4-3-2- geometry a straightedge and the 3 circles of ¼, ?, and ½ proportions of the main circle as guides we are able divide the circumference of the circle by 9. This would tend to support our hypothesis that the angled line of 40° dividing the circumference by 9. I think its logical to conclude that use of this specific geometry was intended by the original designers (among other things) to divide the circumference of the circle by 9. Take a few moments and look closely at this geometry and ask yourself what famous symbol does it remind you of? We will discuss that at a later point. We will also cover the mathematics of a circle divided by 9, but for now let’s see if the number 8 has any relationship to the circle divided by 9.
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