Franz Gnaedinger

2015-10-28 07:40:22 UTC

Denizens of sci.archaeology, does anyone of you know an e-mail address

of someone participating in the Scan Pyramids project?

In the late 1990s I developed my interpretations of the early Egyptian

pyramids here in sci.archaeology, and made predictions about a sun chamber

in the Red Pyramid (44 meters above the basis) and another sun chamber

in the Great Pyramid (90.6 meters above the geometrical basis).

Original numbers of the Red Pyramid: basis 210 by 210 royal cubits (rc),

height 200 rc, slope exactly 290 rc, radius of the imaginary sphere

inscribed in the frame of the geometrical building exactly 84 rc,

hypothetical sun chamber in the center of the imaginary sphere,

floor height of sun chamber 84 rc or 44 meters.

Original numbers of the Great Pyramid: basis 440 by 440 rc, height 280 rc.

This pyramid combines the Golden Pyramid and what I call the Pi-ramid.

Imagine a hemisphere inscribed in the frame of the geometrical building:

its radius equals the golden major of the pyramid's height, 173 rc,

according to the golden sequence 9 16 25 41 66 107 173 280. The hemisphere

symbolizes the sky goddess Nut overarching the Earth (Geb symbolized by

the limestone hill of the basis), and the zenith of the hemisphere her

womb wherein the sun child grows, before leaving the pyramid as the sun.

Now picture a circle whose vertical diameter is given by the height of

the Pi-ramid. It's area equals the area of the building's cross-section.

So the king whose body of stone was the pyramid is transformed into

the circle of the solar disc ... We have this scenario: the king dies,

his soul is reborn in the womb of Nut, or in the sun chamber on the

zenith of the imaginary hemisphere, then leaves the building as the sun,

or at least accompanying Ra, the supreme god manifesting himself in the

sun ... Now the floor of the sun chamber on the zenith of the imaginary

hemisphere would have a height of 173 royal cubits or 90.6 meters above

the geometrical base.

The Scan Pyramids project offers the first chance of having my predictions

tested. More numbers, and several early mathematical techniques including

a systematic method of calculating the circle on the basis of the Sacred

Triangle 3-4-5 can be found on my website

http://www.seshat.ch/home/egypt2.htm

http://www.seshat.ch/home/egypt3.htm

of someone participating in the Scan Pyramids project?

In the late 1990s I developed my interpretations of the early Egyptian

pyramids here in sci.archaeology, and made predictions about a sun chamber

in the Red Pyramid (44 meters above the basis) and another sun chamber

in the Great Pyramid (90.6 meters above the geometrical basis).

Original numbers of the Red Pyramid: basis 210 by 210 royal cubits (rc),

height 200 rc, slope exactly 290 rc, radius of the imaginary sphere

inscribed in the frame of the geometrical building exactly 84 rc,

hypothetical sun chamber in the center of the imaginary sphere,

floor height of sun chamber 84 rc or 44 meters.

Original numbers of the Great Pyramid: basis 440 by 440 rc, height 280 rc.

This pyramid combines the Golden Pyramid and what I call the Pi-ramid.

Imagine a hemisphere inscribed in the frame of the geometrical building:

its radius equals the golden major of the pyramid's height, 173 rc,

according to the golden sequence 9 16 25 41 66 107 173 280. The hemisphere

symbolizes the sky goddess Nut overarching the Earth (Geb symbolized by

the limestone hill of the basis), and the zenith of the hemisphere her

womb wherein the sun child grows, before leaving the pyramid as the sun.

Now picture a circle whose vertical diameter is given by the height of

the Pi-ramid. It's area equals the area of the building's cross-section.

So the king whose body of stone was the pyramid is transformed into

the circle of the solar disc ... We have this scenario: the king dies,

his soul is reborn in the womb of Nut, or in the sun chamber on the

zenith of the imaginary hemisphere, then leaves the building as the sun,

or at least accompanying Ra, the supreme god manifesting himself in the

sun ... Now the floor of the sun chamber on the zenith of the imaginary

hemisphere would have a height of 173 royal cubits or 90.6 meters above

the geometrical base.

The Scan Pyramids project offers the first chance of having my predictions

tested. More numbers, and several early mathematical techniques including

a systematic method of calculating the circle on the basis of the Sacred

Triangle 3-4-5 can be found on my website

http://www.seshat.ch/home/egypt2.htm

http://www.seshat.ch/home/egypt3.htm