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<p>BUILD YOUR OWN GEOMETRIC STRUCTURE1</p> <p>How to build a scale size Model of the Great PyramidThe special effects often observed in pyramids built from a variety of materials suggest that it is the shape of the pyramid rather than what it is made of that makes the difference! Some research indicates that different kinds of energy enter pyramids. In the case of the Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt energy is reported to enter from the west side as compared with the other directions. Thus direction orientation is very important in any pyramid placement location.</p> <p>It is easy to build the right kind of pyramid with the correct height and square base with sides to experience special kinds of energy. The walls can be open if you like so that you can look outside. It does not matter if the walls are open or not for creating special energy effects. The exact dimensions of the four walls, base and height can be best understood using simple mathematics. For best construction methods you must be exact with the miter angles needed to have the four sides fit together properly. It is the key essential part of the building process to maintain accurate angle relationships to establish the energy levels inside the unit.</p> <p>S = slope angle; H = height at apex; B = base size (square)Miter AnglesAn angle cut along the edge of a material is called a miter angle. Viewing the miter angle at the base corner edge is the angle shown in Figure 1.</p> <p>Figure 1: Miter Angles at the base corners must be exactly 45 degrees to make a perfect 90 degree corner in order to keep the pyramid perfectly square. Knowing the size of the square base is the secret to determining the height of any scale size Great Pyramid type structure.2</p> <p>The sloping side face angle (or surface) angle of a Great Pyramid is the key to the model structure. For best and perfect results: angle of face = 51 51' or .. 51 51' 14.3" Exact angle</p> <p> But 52 degrees is most likely the best we can achieve in model building!</p> <p>The key information about the Great Pyramid is shown in the diagram above and this model uses a formulated ratio to keep the model within the best possible method of construction.</p> <p></p> <p>This "Pi" Mathematics website link is the best source of reference for better understanding this information.</p> <p>3</p> <p>Here is the exact angle information source to be used in any G.P. Model construction practice! It is perfectly.perfect if you want to be perfect about your own perfection practice!</p> <p>The degree of perfection of using all of the angles of the Great Pyramid have been applied to the design of the building structure.</p> <p>These angles appear in this model building indicating how various face surfaces of the Great Pyramid are incorporated to duplicate the perfect structure of today!4</p> <p>The corner sloping angle is nearly 42 degrees on all four sides. The height (h) to the apex can be determined knowing this simple math formula.</p> <p>5</p> <p>THE FACTS ABOUT THE DIMENSIONS OF THE GREAT PYRAMIDThe sum distance around the base divided by the height equals 2 The Egyptians found a method to incorporate .</p> <p>into the architectural design of the Great Pyramid</p> <p>through a simple yet elegant way.</p> <p>2</p> <p>height = perimeter</p> <p>Average angle of face - 51 51' (2), 51 51' 14.3" (1)The height has a special relationship to the circumference incorporating .</p> <p>The mathematic value of Pi defines the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle found in pyramid math. can be found taking twice the base length of the pyramid divided by its height: = 2 * 440/280 = 880/280 = 22/7 approximating = 3.14159.</p> <p>The ratio of a circles circumference to its diameter is a constantThe base of the Great Pyramid is a square whose perimeter is equal to the circumference of a circle with a radius equal to the height of the Great Pyramid</p> <p>G. P. Height: 481 Feet Perimeter: 3020 Feet ( 755 x 4) Circumference: = 2 x pi x radius 2 x 3.14 x 481 Feet = 3020.686</p> <p>To build any size G.P. scaled pyramid use the following formula: 2 x 3.14 x H = 4P Any Height (H) = 4P / (2 x 3.14) Example: Want a pyramid 6 feet tall 2 x 3.14 x 6 feet = 4P where P (in feet) is one side of the pyramid so in this case 4P = 37.68 feet 1P = 9.42 feet square or a little less than 9 feet</p> <p>ASSEMBLY REFERENCE:</p> <p></p> <p>7</p> <p>Some general information concerning base to height pyramid dimensions are as follows: Base in Feet Height in Inches and (FT)</p> <p>10.0 ft base (each side) gives a 76.39 Inch height (6.36 Ft) 12.0 ft base (each side) gives a 91.67 Inch height (7.64 Ft) 20.0 ft base (each side) gives a height of 12.73 Ft 25.0 ft base (each side) gives a heignt of 15.91 Ft 50.0 ft base (each side) gives a height of 31.83 Ft</p> <p>Sample picture of a 20.0 ft square base pyramid in an outdoor garden area that I (author, Bill Brown) built in Bedford, Virginia (USA) in 19998</p> <p>Earth's Lines of ForceIt is now acknowledged that many old buildings and structures were built upon ancient sacred sites so its not surprising that important buildings like temples, abbeys, churches and castles are linked together in fairly straight lines They reveal a vast, underlying, energy network that was known about by our distant ancestors It were they who made this energy grid visible by the megalithic temples, menhirs and stone circles they constructed. These were carefully placed at certain power points on the Earth, so as to stimulate the flow of energy throughout the energy grid</p> <p>Was it done so that people who knew about these forces and the major convergence points - could perhaps they tap into the power of the earth?9</p> <p>Vortex Point Diagram</p> <p>The sloping sides of the Great Pyramid have been discovered to collect as well as emit special energy into all directs. What was this purpose about and can it be duplicated today?10</p> <p>A new test model is under design now to test this theory!SUN TEMPLE PYRAMID PROJECT:. 55.5 ft square base at 35.2 feet in heightNon-matellic pyramids are composed of non-conductive materials like wood and stone. These pyramids are said to harness the rotational inertial of the Earth, and because of this, they should be aligned to True North. Non-metallic pyramids tend to concentrate their energies into the center of the pyramid, and thus the reason for its name Pyr-a-mid or Fire-in-the-Middle. In non-metallic pyramids, like the Great Pyramid, the greatest concentration of energy is located at what is called the Kings Chamber area. This is also nearly the geometric center of the pyramid, located at one-third up its height from its base. Pyramids act as an amplifier of energy. The purpose of the publication of this test model report is to show where to concentrate a natural force of energy into a space and feel it!</p> <p>UNIFIED FIELD DYNAMICS</p> <p>11</p> <p>Angle: 51.42857 Secret of Slope ConstructionThe BASE ANGLES</p> <p>12</p> <p>The application of multiple pyramid like structures built within each other similar to the one under construction in the Egyptian city of El Minya is a unique method of blending ancient knowledge using our present day technology.</p> <p>While the Egyptians still attempt to duplicate their ancestors, we can use their knowledge to create anonter structure of similar greatness.13</p> <p>Cheops Pyramid at Giza and the Akhenaten Museum of El Minya embody the ancient past with present day technology14</p> <p>Locating the energy spin center</p> <p>The Great Stone Step at the top end of the Grand Gallery leading into the passageway into the Kings Chamber is the location of the Heptegon Geometry and the center of the mass energy area of the Great Pyramid as shown in this diagram.15</p> <p>Sloping Sides of the Great Pyramid</p> <p>CONSTRUCTION DETAILS, GREAT PYRAMID GIZA</p> <p>Want to build your own? Here is all you need to know. First, start with the facts of understanding the purpose and meaning of the pyramid..16</p> <p>'The SUN TEMPLE' Energetic Blue Print of WholenessThe cosmic link between the earthly and heavenly planes</p> <p>17</p> <p>Conscius gigno curator gigno scientia relinquo sapientia Roughly translated, Awareness begets Curiosity begets Knowledge bequeathing Wisdom. In other words: Think, seek, learn and apply.</p> <p>En-capsulation of THE HOUSE OF THE ANCIENTS18</p> <p>PyramidionKNOWLDEGE</p> <p>In its outer forms, the Great Pyramid symbolizes the principles underlying natural creation, simultaneously illustrating the principles of geometry, mathematics, astrology, and astronomy.Quote Source: Pyramids of the Great Architect of the UniverseSECRETS OF THE PYRAMIDS AND THE DAWN OF CIVILIZATION19</p> <p>By Petros Petrosyan:</p> <p>FOR THE OFFICIAL RECORDMuch evidence has been presented and has materialized with it the fundamentals of mathematical and geometric knowledge preserved for all ages for those peoples able to understand and make use of them in their own times</p> <p> Source of picture diagram and reference material is presented here and now .for a greater understanding of the true purpose of pyramids</p> <p>20</p> <p>This colleagues reference book/website is a new source of data about understanding the number Seven + Seven series of mathematical secrets of the Great Pyramid</p> <p>Why does the Great Pyramid and the 3rd Pyramid show a concave indentation down the center of each sloping side?</p> <p>21</p> <p>The secret to the concave mystery is created by using the number seven series of the mathematical design feature of the Great Pyramid shown within the geometrical diagram principle of indicating the corner locations of a cube!</p> <p>The Mathematical Cubic Mystery Resolved!</p> <p>22</p> <p>Modeling the mirrored 7+7 RAYS of the Sun Temple into a present day pyramid structure..</p> <p>RevelationThe gods Atun and Amun merged to become the Sun God RA of ancient Egypt</p> <p>The 14 Rays of the Sun TempleUNDERSTANDING THE PURPOSE OF THE PYRAMID23</p> <p>Quoted Source Material gives credit to for some background information words partially repeated in the narrative below..</p> <p>You may ask why tons of stone were used to construct the pyramids in Giza, Dahshur, Maidum, and Saqqara, with the only goal of such mighty structures being the placement of an empty sarcophagus in an empty tomb. Perhaps there is a truth that the 3 monuments stood on the plateau of Giza long before the appearance of the 3rd Dynasty civilization. Perhaps Pharaohs Khufu, Khaphra, and Menkaure added only subsidiary constructions to the three great Giza pyramids. Unlikely perhaps, but possible The pharaohs of the Fourth Dynasty ruled for approximately 120 years, from ca 2613 to 2494 BCE. The names in the table below are taken from Dodson and Hilton.</p> <p>24</p> <p></p> <p>The last lord of the fourth dynasty, Pharaoh Shepseskaf, ordered built a tomb for him in the form of mastaba, the pharaohs mastaba. The pharaohs decision startled his contemporaries, scholars, and Egyptologists.</p> <p>25</p> <p>The mastaba, which has earned this monument the name Mastabat el-Fara'un, was 99.6 meters long and 74.4 meters broad. It was originally encased in limestone, except for its base course, which was in granite. It had a slope of 70 degrees and certainly was shaped like a shrine: a rounded top flanked by two almost vertical walls. Every body asks this same question: Why wasnt Shepseskaf buried like other representatives of the fourth dynasty? Why did the king choose a mastaba and not a pyramid?</p> <p>One attempt to answer this question assumes that his choice of tomb and the place of his burial lie in his desire to differ from his predecessors.It is believed that during the struggle for the superiority in religious and ideological harmony, Shepseskaf sided with the priests of the highest echelon, who were against the pharaohs building a geometrically regular pyramid, considering it a blasphemy against the gods. The Shepseskaf decision to build a mastaba was an abrupt turn backwards, the result of a violent ideological struggle in26</p> <p>the highest echelons of the government and religious powers of Egypt, a violent struggle for truth. According to reports by Herodotus, Egypt became weak due to the third and fourth dynasties pharaohs dissipation, egoism, and pyramid building. The majority of the pharaohs of the third and fourth dynasties compared themselves to the sun god; Ra. Almost all the information about the pyramids Herodotus obtained was from the priests of the Sais temple while they were in opposition with the pharaohs. Though more than a thousand years had passed since the opposition and Herodotus appearance in Egypt, the Sais priests must have discredited the names of these rulers because after Pharaoh Snofru, most of the rulers of the fourth dynasty were considered heretics, although Herodotus kept silent on the matter. The truth lies in the pharaohs apparent confrontation with the priests. During the reign of these kings, the main Egyptian god was the sun god, Ra, especially revered in Heliopolis. Ras name was part of the pharaohs titles: Khaf-ra, Djedef-ra, and Menkau-ra. Herodotus was initiated into the secret doctrine, belonging to the priest caste, and manifested sharpness towards the abovementioned pharaohs, as noticed in his records. Not by chance. These pharaoh-heretics were the ones who requested the geometrically regular pyramids, the first to resist the will of the priests and demand the right to build true pyramids. A chaotic state ensues right after Pharaoh Djosers reign. Most likely, other pharaohs opposed the priests, but no record27</p> <p>of it has been preserved in history. It is believed that the pharaohs withstood the supremacy of priestly wisdom, and acknowledged them as their teachers. The situation was radically changed with the conquest of Upper Egypt and the unification of the state. Pharaoh, having the title of a highest ranked priest, communicated the mysteries and holy knowledge of the priest caste. In due time, he wanted to combine state and religious power in his hands. The pharaohs no longer wanted to be the pupils. This struggle can be followed throughout the history of Ancient Egypt. Because of such struggles, Egypt was sometimes controlled by dynasties of priest-rulers. Obviously, Pharaoh Shepseskaf sided with the priests, which is why he didnt build a pyramid. Shepseskaf strived to discredit his predecessors, as if calling the pyramid constructors heretics. This idea is supported by the fact that, right after assuming the throne, King Userkaf ordered a pyramid built for himself, closing all paths leading back to the old. Supporting Evidence: After Shepseskaf died, Khentkawes, another child of Menkaure by a minor wife and Shepseskaf's half-sister, married a nobleman named Userkaf, who was the great grandson of Pharaoh Khufu. Upon his marriage to Pharaoh Shepseskaf's half sister Khentkawes, Userkaf was in a strong enough position to be28</p> <p>crowned Pharaoh over all Egypt, and begin the...</p>