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How did the Egyptians align the Great Pyramid ?

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Vlad the Mighty

Wouldn't it be funny if they found it aligned with nothing at all of any esoteric, numerological, astrological or anything else significance, and they just put it where they did because it was the only place they had room. :yes: 

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DieChecker

Huh? I thought this was an old Boy Scout trick. How is it this is only now being put forward? Or, maybe it is only now being claimed as a method, scholastically? 

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Simpson of kent

How do you know when its' a "Various time of the day , " if you don' have a watch ? 

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S k waterwoth

The Egyptians, in the days of Khufu, could not have built the Great pyramid of Giza. The pyramid was constructed, by using a measuring system that was exactly divisible by 3, as we find with the Imperial measurement system.The Royal Egyptian cubit is not divisible by 3, to an exact number and therefore means that the pyramid was constructed before the advent of the Royal Egyptian cubit.The true dimensions of the pyramid are 480' in height and 756' in width.

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Gaden
On 2/26/2018 at 10:21 AM, Simpson of kent said:

How do you know when its' a "Various time of the day , " if you don' have a watch ? 

 The clue is the word 'various'. You would only need a watch if they had used the word 'specific'. 

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