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The master secondary ellipse

The analysis of the subsidiary pyramids has not yet been performed, as it will be another large time consuming task, but this does not prevent obtaining a further detailed understanding of architectural principals of the main chamber of the Great Pyramid. Because not only does the astronomy and geometry require the Z-axis rotation applying to it, but the aerial plan view (the Z-axis view) of the architectural structure is also very logically introduced into the design from this point onwards.

On the interactive drawing you can see the secondary ellipse that was created and placed into the tunnel of the lower chamber by positioning it relative to its base length relative to the foundation plinth. It is known that when this secondary ellipse is created, everything about it must be the opposite of the master ellipse, and so it has been geared to rotate at half the speed of the master ellipse and does not grow and shrink like the master ellipse but is fixed at Aphelion.

If you start the clock you can see that the equators of the master and secondary ellipses are being plotted out and that the master ellipse is shrinking and growing as the Earth moves from Perihelion to Aphelion during its annual orbit of the Sun and the secondary ellipse is of a constant size.

The main chamber

It is known that the equator turning point plot of the master ellipse's equator is being used to form the antechamber roof section, so what is now of interest is the secondary ellipse's equator lower turning point plot. If you add a vertical line from the secondary ellipse's turning point plot by clicking here and watch the main chamber area of the building as the vertical plot line reaches its left most extremity you can see that it coincides with the southern wall of the main chamber. Zoom in to both chambers to see this in more detail, and make a note of the rough tunnel shown in purple that leads from the top of the gallery to the area above the main chamber.

If the X and Y axis plans of the main chamber are now displayed again on the drawing by clicking here you can see that, because of the pristine nature of the wall joints in the main chamber, it would be possible to read off the position of the moving vertical line on these stone joints. That vertical line is a projection from the secondary ellipse's equator turning point and therefore a mathematical function of the position of the Earth in its orbit.

If you stop the clock with the vertical equator projection at its right most point and study what you are looking at you will see that there is a problem with the alignment of the vertical plot line and the chamber. Both the chamber walls and the roof cavities do not align on their right side and this non-alignment is a deliberate feature of the architecture. If you overlay and explanatory graphic onto the drawing by clicking here you can see that the discrepancy on the right side is the same as the distance from the north wall to the center line of the chamber, which is a known distance of exactly 5 cubits.

This is caused by another piece of deceptive architecture in the building.

To physically get to the cavities above the main chamber you have to go via the narrow roughly carved out tunnel which runs from the east top wall overlap of the gallery and which comes out along side the roof cavities. Nobody has ever attempted to survey the connection between the gallery and the main chamber roof cavities because everyone has assumed that the tunnel is modern. More importantly it has also been assumed that because the roof cavities are of the same proportions as the main chamber that they are located directly above the chamber and therefore that the roof stones of the main chamber are the underside of the corresponding stones in the lowest of the five cavities.

This is not the case.

Last edited: 17th July 2019
Last code/graphics edit: 29th March 2021