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I propose so. The hypothesis presented here -<<<link removed>>>- argues that the Giza pyramids were designed geometrically and were situated according to an overall plan. It is based primarily on the survey by W.M.F. Petrie. I shall amend the page according to future findings. I hope the website isn't too boring.robin
would you perhaps be able to recommend another section of your site, or another science forum more amenable to discussion of new ideas about pyramids?Robin
Thank you for your kind reply. I have had discussions with Egyptologists but have not found them amenable to new ideas.
Some relations at Giza cannot easily be pigeonholed, such as that shown in the attached illustration. I thought it might evoke some degree of curiosity.Finally would you have any recommendations for any other scientific fora I might approach?Yours, Robin
Hi Petrochemicals,You seem to have picked up on the so called 'Orion Correlation Theory' (more accurately hypothesis) promoted back in the nineties by its author Robert Bauval. But research has moved on since then and the 'theory' and its ramifications are now generally discredited.
You write - "But it is hard to derive an accurate alignment from pyramids which have been raided for their stone, and badly weathered." - Yes it is hard but it has been done. I'm not allowed to publish links to external sites but if you go to AERA (Ancient Egypt Research Associates - presently excavating the Giza plateau) you'll find a lot of information that will bring you up to speed.The evidence supporting my assertions is on my website. To expect me to copy out tracts from the site and post them here (so as to constitute some kind of 'discussion') seems to be an inefficient way of going about things. Usually one sets out the evidence first and then discusses it.robin