The Great Pyramid of Giza is a well known ancient building situated 12km south west of central Cairo in Egypt.
Historical records tell us that it was built by the Pharaoh Khufu around the year 2566 BCE.
Scientific radiocarbon dating* of the building conducted in 2001 on behalf of the Egyptian Antiquities Authority shows
that it was constructed between the years 2756 and 2719 BCE, and therefore cannot have been built by the
Comprehensive analysis of the pyramid's architectural design shows that it contains deliberately deceptive features
within its construction which are designed to cause significant problems to anyone surveying the pyramid. Concealed
behind this deceptive facade is an intricate scientific puzzle which, when solved, defines the level of knowledge that
was possessed by the architects of the building.
This website documents the results of the 43,000 hours of work that was required to reverse engineer the building's architecture and
presents an interactive explantion of the pyramids design features and the definitive solution to the building's systematic
architecture and purpose.
*Bonani, G., Haas, H., Hawass, Z., Lehner, M., Nakhla, S., Nolan, J., . . . Wölfli, W. (2001). Radiocarbon
Dates of Old and Middle Kingdom Monuments in Egypt. Radiocarbon, 43(3), 12971320. doi:10.1017/
THE GREAT PYRAMID PAPERS
The Great Pyramid Papers is a series of 8 academic paper which document the architecture of the central core
of the pyramid from the base level of the building in the small cave in the well shaft up through the lower chamber,
upper chamber and roof chambers.
These documents show and prove how the chambers of the pyramid are stacked on top of each other in a logical
and interconnecting manner, and that when the system within the architecture is discovered there is no longer any need
to refer to surveying measurements to place the chambers correctly inside the structure.
The most significant revelation in these papers is that the walls of of the upper chamber are found to contain binary
computer code which describes a series of floating point numbers which define the principal physics constants of the Earth.
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This website was updated in April 2021 to add the Great Pyramid Papers section to the site. At the same time a number of
corrections were carried out to the computer code to address small problems that had been detected on the site :
- The 1920 x 1080 page was framed so that the positioning of the elements of the page does not collapse on larger sized screens
- The newsletter subscription system was corrected as it was not recording the subscription email addresses correctly
- The page active image in the top right corner of each page was duplicated throughout the site
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- This introduction page was completely re-written
- Contact email addresses are now available on the contact page
- The zip file of the whole website was updated accordingly for use on the download page
- The latitude the Great Pyramid was changed on the index page graphic and a padlock symbol added to it to show it is now correct.
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