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I am without my graphics program currently,

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Grand Unification Of Ancient And Modern Geometry And Math

Khufu Pyramid Indentations -- Part 1

Here is Graham Hancock's Khufu Pyramid,

showing his design of the 3 foot setback <---> for the indentations.

Three feet or 36 inches are set back from each base length,

of the pyramid base perimeter of 9072 inches = 756 feet = 252 yards.

This creates the interior square of 9000 inches per side.

Graham Hancock design

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My only problem with Graham Hancock's design of the Khufu Pyramid indentations,

is that with a 3 foot = 1 yard setback,

you could assume that this indentation -- fully 3 feet back,

would have been seen or witnessed by everyday tourists,

and archaeologists for the last 200 years,

and by others on the ground for centuries.

With some historical content written on that somewhere.

I do not remember Petrie, Cole or anyone else historically,

mention "indentations" in their writings.

Aerial images confirm the existence of pyramid indentations however.

So perhaps standing right along the base corner point,

looking down to the other base corner points,

that full 756 feet of visual observation is far enough away,

such that you just don't see the indentations

That 756 feet is about 3.5 football fields long.

Perhaps the indentations are not noticeable from the ground.

My original idea was for the indentation --setbacks -- to be much less depth,

as in a few inches, but that idea is limited in scope.

So does Hancock's 3 foot pyramid indentation setback have merit?

It is certainly valid enough to pursue quite positively,

and 9000 inches as the interior square is a good choice to start with.

But it also can be vastly improved,

since a 36 inch or 3 foot setback, may not be the most important to consider.

There are a huge number of "setback" applications,

to the cultural sacred geometry.

Like this setback:

15 inches

A 15 inch setback,

from the four 9072 inch base lengths produces:

the interior -- full set back square -- of 9042 inches per side.

In other words,

Hancock's interior -- full set back square -- 9000 inches per side,

has a setback of 36 inches,

from the exterior 9072 inch perimeter square.

So let's look at the new 15 inch -- setback square -- base length:

9042 inches {per base length}

9042 inches = 66 x Kabbalah 137 = 3.2 x 20.625 cubit x 137 Kabbalah

Well hot damn!

Actually, that 15 inch setback ... is down the list a ways of good choices.

The point is that there are dozens of quick alternatives,

for a pyramid indentation setback length,

and each one has it's merit in ancient cultural sacred geometry and numerologies.

So hard scrutiny was applied to that task of choosing the best setback candidates.

9000 inches is no doubt one of the top selections.

Hancock highlights the 36 inch = 1 yard setback,

as the paramount expression of the indentation.

Well,

the yard is simply covered by the 9072 inch base length = 252 x 36 inches.

Hancock thus shaves off 6 feet fully from the 9072 inch base length,

9072 - 9000 = 72 inches = 6 feet.

Look at the Khufu Pyramid slope tangent formula.

{14 / 11} = {4 / aPi} --- aPi = 22 / 7

The key prime numbers in {14 / 11} -- are 2, 7, 11.

Note the number 7.

I then realized that,

why not use a 3.5 foot setback or 42 inches -- only 6 inches deeper.

This setback then shaves off -- 7 feet -- fully from the base.

9072 - 84 = 8988 inches

Hancock's 9000 inch base length of the interior square,

is fully 6 feet short of 9072 inches.

That was accommplished,

by using a 36 inch setback.

8988 inches uses a 42 inch setback.

So if you are looking down the base length of the Khufu pyramid,

from corner to corner,

or if you are anywhere around the pyramid,

and you cannot see:

36 inches of indentation setback,

you certainly aren't going to see another ---> 6 inches ---> of deeper indentation setback.

That would be a 42 inch setback for the indentation.

This gives you an interior setback square:

8988 inches

per base length

9072 - 8988 = 84 inches = 7 feet

and now we see the prime number 7 from the slope tangent,

used in the indentation setback criteria.

That made more sense to me,

and the number 8988,

simply hits a grand slam home run right over the peak of the Khafre pyramid.

8988 = 40 x 224.7 Venus sidereal

8988 = Khufu Pyramid slope tangent {14 / 11} x 7062 <---

Recognize the 7062?

Khafre Pyramid base length 706.2 feet = aPi x 224.7 Venus sidereal -- aPi = 22 / 7

706.2 feet = 8474.4 inches = 411 x Royal Venus Kabbalah cubit 20.6189781

{see prior posts on Khafre Pyramid}

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Both the 9000 inch -- and the 8988 inch -- indentation setback square - base lengths,

would have both been used.

And they would have to have two more setback lengths to compliment them.

That will be in part 2 <---

A curiousity exists ... to display with the 9000 inch model.

Take the Khafre Pyramid base length that I have defined,

and subtract it from 9000 inches.

9000 inches -- minus -- Khafre base length 8474.4 inches = 525.6 inches <---

adjust the decimal of the result 525.6 <---

525.6 ---> x 100 = 52560 = 90 x 584 Venus synod = 144 x 365 Earth <---

Not a coincidence.

...

I am without my graphics program currently,

so the image supplied is simplified.

Grand Unification Of Ancient And Modern Geometry And Math

Khufu Pyramid Indentations -- Part 1

Here is Graham Hancock's Khufu Pyramid,

showing his design of the 3 foot setback <---> for the indentations.

Three feet or 36 inches are set back from each base length,

of the pyramid base perimeter of 9072 inches = 756 feet = 252 yards.

This creates the interior square of 9000 inches per side.

Graham Hancock design

---------------------------------

My only problem with Graham Hancock's design of the Khufu Pyramid indentations,

is that with a 3 foot = 1 yard setback,

you could assume that this indentation -- fully 3 feet back,

would have been seen or witnessed by everyday tourists,

and archaeologists for the last 200 years,

and by others on the ground for centuries.

With some historical content written on that somewhere.

I do not remember Petrie, Cole or anyone else historically,

mention "indentations" in their writings.

Aerial images confirm the existence of pyramid indentations however.

So perhaps standing right along the base corner point,

looking down to the other base corner points,

that full 756 feet of visual observation is far enough away,

such that you just don't see the indentations

That 756 feet is about 3.5 football fields long.

Perhaps the indentations are not noticeable from the ground.

My original idea was for the indentation --setbacks -- to be much less depth,

as in a few inches, but that idea is limited in scope.

So does Hancock's 3 foot pyramid indentation setback have merit?

It is certainly valid enough to pursue quite positively,

and 9000 inches as the interior square is a good choice to start with.

But it also can be vastly improved,

since a 36 inch or 3 foot setback, may not be the most important to consider.

There are a huge number of "setback" applications,

to the cultural sacred geometry.

Like this setback:

15 inches

A 15 inch setback,

from the four 9072 inch base lengths produces:

the interior -- full set back square -- of 9042 inches per side.

In other words,

Hancock's interior -- full set back square -- 9000 inches per side,

has a setback of 36 inches,

from the exterior 9072 inch perimeter square.

So let's look at the new 15 inch -- setback square -- base length:

9042 inches {per base length}

9042 inches = 66 x Kabbalah 137 = 3.2 x 20.625 cubit x 137 Kabbalah

Well hot damn!

Actually, that 15 inch setback ... is down the list a ways of good choices.

The point is that there are dozens of quick alternatives,

for a pyramid indentation setback length,

and each one has it's merit in ancient cultural sacred geometry and numerologies.

So hard scrutiny was applied to that task of choosing the best setback candidates.

9000 inches is no doubt one of the top selections.

Hancock highlights the 36 inch = 1 yard setback,

as the paramount expression of the indentation.

Well,

the yard is simply covered by the 9072 inch base length = 252 x 36 inches.

Hancock thus shaves off 6 feet fully from the 9072 inch base length,

9072 - 9000 = 72 inches = 6 feet.

Look at the Khufu Pyramid slope tangent formula.

{14 / 11} = {4 / aPi} --- aPi = 22 / 7

The key prime numbers in {14 / 11} -- are 2, 7, 11.

Note the number 7.

I then realized that,

why not use a 3.5 foot setback or 42 inches -- only 6 inches deeper.

This setback then shaves off -- 7 feet -- fully from the base.

9072 - 84 = 8988 inches

Hancock's 9000 inch base length of the interior square,

is fully 6 feet short of 9072 inches.

That was accommplished,

by using a 36 inch setback.

8988 inches uses a 42 inch setback.

So if you are looking down the base length of the Khufu pyramid,

from corner to corner,

or if you are anywhere around the pyramid,

and you cannot see:

36 inches of indentation setback,

you certainly aren't going to see another ---> 6 inches ---> of deeper indentation setback.

That would be a 42 inch setback for the indentation.

This gives you an interior setback square:

8988 inches

per base length

9072 - 8988 = 84 inches = 7 feet

and now we see the prime number 7 from the slope tangent,

used in the indentation setback criteria.

That made more sense to me,

and the number 8988,

simply hits a grand slam home run right over the peak of the Khafre pyramid.

8988 = 40 x 224.7 Venus sidereal

8988 = Khufu Pyramid slope tangent {14 / 11} x 7062 <---

Recognize the 7062?

Khafre Pyramid base length 706.2 feet = aPi x 224.7 Venus sidereal -- aPi = 22 / 7

706.2 feet = 8474.4 inches = 411 x Royal Venus Kabbalah cubit 20.6189781

{see prior posts on Khafre Pyramid}

--------------------------------------------------------

Both the 9000 inch -- and the 8988 inch -- indentation setback square - base lengths,

would have both been used.

And they would have to have two more setback lengths to compliment them.

That will be in part 2 <---

A curiousity exists ... to display with the 9000 inch model.

Take the Khafre Pyramid base length that I have defined,

and subtract it from 9000 inches.

9000 inches -- minus -- Khafre base length 8474.4 inches = 525.6 inches <---

adjust the decimal of the result 525.6 <---

525.6 ---> x 100 = 52560 = 90 x 584 Venus synod = 144 x 365 Earth <---

Not a coincidence.

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