Intermediate section summary
In the intermediate section of this work, which covered the dynamic geometry that forms the pyramid's architecture, the following
points have been covered :
- With the Earth in motion, the principal ellipse, which is a cross section of the Earth, rotates and fluctuates causing the
faces angles of the pyramid and the base length to vary slightly.
The secondary ellipse also rotates but in an inverse manner to the principal ellipse.
The rotating principal ellipse causes the upper shaft exit points to fluctuate and the upper northern shaft is carved out of
the buildings stonework due to this fluctuation.
The lower southern shaft's length is dictated by the ratio of 221 cubits to the radian, and as a consequence of the dynamic rotations
the length of the shaft varies, and creates a small 23cm long cavity behind the shaft's door.
The number 221 is painted in hieratic script behind the door of the lower southern shaft, and because this value relates to the
length of the shaft from a geometric tangent point, it shows that that tangent point is correctly formed.
The floor of the pyramid is dynamic and the 'well shaft' is built into the architecture to allow the upper position of the
moving floor to be determined when exploring the building.
The moving floor creates the moving internal ellipse of the building from which the ascending passage line is formed, causing
this passage's geometry to move up and down in harmony with the rotating Earth.
The lower northern shaft can only be solved using dynamic geometry, and when this is done the artifacts that were discovered
inside the shaft can be shown to match the dynamic geometry.
The intersection point of the dynamic lower northern shaft and the dynamic ascending passage lines is the principal
architectural feature of the pyramid.
With the dynamic geometry of the secondary ellipse correctly formed, the principal intersection point plots out the hexagonal
rod within the lower northern shaft.
By performing 3D rotations on the hexagonal rod's geometry, the principal intersect point plots out a complex mathematical function
which has been duplicated by the architects by creating a metal casting of that plot. This casting is the key to the pyramid.
The goal of the intermediate section of this work was to reach a point where the evidence of the architects technical knowledge
was unequivocal, definitive and unambiguous and that point has now been reached.
The 'hook' that was found in the lower
northern shaft is a metal casting of a complex mathematics function and it is impossible for this casting to match the mathematics
by chance. It would be equally impossible for me, or anyone else, to have created the mathematics to perfectly match both the 'hook'
and all of the other architectural features in the building.
A mutual understanding
At the end of this intermediate section there are two statements that can be made with certainty
- We know that because the mathematics and computing required to produce this dynamic geometry is significant,
then the architects of the pyramid must be highly technologically advanced.
- They know that if we have got to the point here we recognise their architectural design, then we also must be technologically
advanced to the level where we can reproduce their work.
This mutual understanding is fundamental to the rest of the work, where all pretense that this building was built by
iron age man is rejected without further question.
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Last edited: 3rd July 2019