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The gravity feedback loop

The interactive drawing shows the main chamber area of the pyramid with the tunnel sections displayed in purple. The tunnel that runs from the gallery's upper wall level that allows physical access to the cavities above the main chamber is also the tunnel that explains how to apply the bar graph values into the dynamic geometry.

The smoothed heights of the bar graphs get fed back into the gallery south wall's upper wall overlap. When the final calibration of the system was performed at the end of the last section of this work it was discovered that there was a missing element to the length of the upper overlap of the gallery and it is the scaled down version of the cavity bar graphs that is added to the south gallery wall overlap, and this change in length changes the angle of the roof of the gallery slightly.

The function of the angle of the roof of the gallery has already been understood, and when plotted onto the 1 radian Sun line gives the angle of the Ecliptic to the Sun's equator. So the feedback mechanism is astronomically perfect, and is as follows :

  1. As the Earth moves along its orbit the geared secondary equator ellipse moves
  2. The lower turning point of this equator ellipse is then projected vertically onto the main chamber roof cavities
  3. The bar graph readings can then be taken from the cavities
  4. The readings are scaled down and added to the gallery's upper wall length
  5. The wall length is then used to compute the gallery roof angle, starting from the groove
  6. Consequently the gallery roof angle now varies over time
  7. The gallery roof angle is the Ecliptic's angle, and the small variations in this angle over time are derived directly from a combination of the Earth's position in its orbit and the related gravitational pull exerted by the other planets
Last edited: 11th July 2019