08-25-2017, 03:26 PM

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OK,

before the cafuffle with Munck-ey Pie,

there was material concerning WATER at pyramid or ancient sites.

There is a local Bellingham fellow here that has used interior Khufu pyramid dynamics,

and known designs from therein,

to offer a theory,

on how water was worked through the base {or below it},

to create:

a repetitive Heart Beat emanating from the pyramid itself.

His ideas are quite interesting, though some of his math assumptions are off.

None the less,

he replicated ths scale of the interior design,

and set up a scale model of the water flow in a small creek in his property.

I visited him, and witnessed the operation.

It is very unique in that as the water is flowed through the template,

it automatically gives off

a nice pleasant

Heart Beat.

The Pyramid would be placed over the top of the template {which is subterranean to the pyramid}

His pitch is that the water was purposely flowed through the subterranean matrix,

such that,

at Giza,

the occupants would hear a repetitive heart beat in the back ground.

His method works.

You sit there and you hear the water flow with ... a heart beat type sound.

His water flow matrix design is copied from images of subterranean caverns {something like that}

below the pyramid.

His idea has good merit.

I will try and get his material here at some point.

I would imagine that if water flow increased or decreased, the sound would vary.

It's his design, and it works.

In the meantime,

back to the Khufu Pyramid.

I threw in Cubit System models of the Khafre Pyramid,

to show how cubits

and the associated base lengths,

can be transferred from pyramid to pyramid quite easily via a simple fraction.

below is the three slope Khufu pyramid I posted a few weeks ago.

one can take each base length seen

{2 x the half base lengths seen ... such as 2 x 378}

and simply

use this formula:

Khufu pyramid base length x {411 / 440}

and

that will give you the same cubit into the base length in the Khafre Pyramid,

designating the Khafre Pyramid

in base lengths with 411 cubits of each cubit entertained.

411 = 3 x Kabbalah 137

So, you can transfer directly all cubits from this three slope Khufu pyramid,

into a three slope Khafre pyramid,

then set your height there ... I have used 470.8 feet = 143.5 meters.

Example:

440 x pi cubit 20.62648062 = 9075.651473 inches = 756.3042894

{designated khufu pyramid base length with that cubit}

use conversion factor {411 / 440}

{411 / 440} x 756.3042894

equals

706.4569612 feet = 8477.483535 inches {khafre pyramid base length}

[b]8477.483535 inches = 411 Pi cubits 20.62648062 inches ---- 411 = 3 x 137 Kabbalah[/b]

Three slope Khufu Pyramid.

displays Petrie, Cole and Dorner style uneven base lengths as they evidenced in measurements.

the pyramid apex and base center point have merely shifted.

This is not an approximation or a close design.

It works and is 100% viable as a geometric design that can be constructed.

I can also design 4-6 slope pyramids from this criteria, but it gets complicated.

You have to design the Khafre pyramid along the same parameters in the above design,

for a three slope Khafre pyramid .

In the diagram you see that I have used:

Half Base lengths <---

So you replicate the image design above,

and use HALF the conversion factor of {411 / 440} = {205.5 / 220}

ie

locate half base length 377.8488

then

times

conversion factor

{205.5 / 220}

So the transferrable base length would be:

377.8488 x {205.5 / 220} = 352.9451291 feet <---

and you place that length dimension,

in the same position

that you see the base length 377.8488 in the above image design,

and you can erect the converted Khufu into Khafre pyramid.

To attain the 706.2 foot = 8474.4 inches base length of the Khafre Pyramid,

you would use

cubit 20.6189781

in both pyramids {440 x cubit and 411 x cubit}

or half that {205.5 / 220},

for half lengths when transferring from khufu to khafre pyramids.

...

OK,

before the cafuffle with Munck-ey Pie,

there was material concerning WATER at pyramid or ancient sites.

There is a local Bellingham fellow here that has used interior Khufu pyramid dynamics,

and known designs from therein,

to offer a theory,

on how water was worked through the base {or below it},

to create:

a repetitive Heart Beat emanating from the pyramid itself.

His ideas are quite interesting, though some of his math assumptions are off.

None the less,

he replicated ths scale of the interior design,

and set up a scale model of the water flow in a small creek in his property.

I visited him, and witnessed the operation.

It is very unique in that as the water is flowed through the template,

it automatically gives off

a nice pleasant

Heart Beat.

The Pyramid would be placed over the top of the template {which is subterranean to the pyramid}

His pitch is that the water was purposely flowed through the subterranean matrix,

such that,

at Giza,

the occupants would hear a repetitive heart beat in the back ground.

His method works.

You sit there and you hear the water flow with ... a heart beat type sound.

His water flow matrix design is copied from images of subterranean caverns {something like that}

below the pyramid.

His idea has good merit.

I will try and get his material here at some point.

I would imagine that if water flow increased or decreased, the sound would vary.

It's his design, and it works.

In the meantime,

back to the Khufu Pyramid.

I threw in Cubit System models of the Khafre Pyramid,

to show how cubits

and the associated base lengths,

can be transferred from pyramid to pyramid quite easily via a simple fraction.

below is the three slope Khufu pyramid I posted a few weeks ago.

one can take each base length seen

{2 x the half base lengths seen ... such as 2 x 378}

and simply

use this formula:

Khufu pyramid base length x {411 / 440}

and

that will give you the same cubit into the base length in the Khafre Pyramid,

designating the Khafre Pyramid

in base lengths with 411 cubits of each cubit entertained.

411 = 3 x Kabbalah 137

So, you can transfer directly all cubits from this three slope Khufu pyramid,

into a three slope Khafre pyramid,

then set your height there ... I have used 470.8 feet = 143.5 meters.

Example:

440 x pi cubit 20.62648062 = 9075.651473 inches = 756.3042894

{designated khufu pyramid base length with that cubit}

use conversion factor {411 / 440}

{411 / 440} x 756.3042894

equals

706.4569612 feet = 8477.483535 inches {khafre pyramid base length}

[b]8477.483535 inches = 411 Pi cubits 20.62648062 inches ---- 411 = 3 x 137 Kabbalah[/b]

Three slope Khufu Pyramid.

displays Petrie, Cole and Dorner style uneven base lengths as they evidenced in measurements.

the pyramid apex and base center point have merely shifted.

This is not an approximation or a close design.

It works and is 100% viable as a geometric design that can be constructed.

I can also design 4-6 slope pyramids from this criteria, but it gets complicated.

You have to design the Khafre pyramid along the same parameters in the above design,

for a three slope Khafre pyramid .

In the diagram you see that I have used:

Half Base lengths <---

So you replicate the image design above,

and use HALF the conversion factor of {411 / 440} = {205.5 / 220}

ie

locate half base length 377.8488

then

times

conversion factor

{205.5 / 220}

So the transferrable base length would be:

377.8488 x {205.5 / 220} = 352.9451291 feet <---

and you place that length dimension,

in the same position

that you see the base length 377.8488 in the above image design,

and you can erect the converted Khufu into Khafre pyramid.

To attain the 706.2 foot = 8474.4 inches base length of the Khafre Pyramid,

you would use

cubit 20.6189781

in both pyramids {440 x cubit and 411 x cubit}

or half that {205.5 / 220},

for half lengths when transferring from khufu to khafre pyramids.

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