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The Pyramids of Giza Built at Speed of Light?

Updated on April 7, 2017
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Represents the latitude of Khufu the speed of light?
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The Latitude of Khufu = Speed of Light?

The builders of the pyramids of Giza left a message. They used light as their instrument to adjust their huge constructions. Why? Because the great pyramid of Khufu was built at a location that equals the speed of light in a vacuum.

That's one of their messages. This article will not speculate as to what kind of instruments they might have used, no, it will explain the likelihood of that claim.

It is not possible to level the pyramids of Giza so accurately with only primitive tools, while Egyptologists keep to the record that the builders must have done it with simple tools, hiding behind empty slogans and fixed ideas. The facts are different though. That is why all claims of Egyptologists must be mistrusted.

Why Egyptologists Are Wrong

A measuring tool must be at least two times as accurate as the building specifications itself. By definition. It has always been known that measuring equipment must be more accurate than the manufacturing process requirements - a basic engineering principle.

But that is not the only thing. Egyptologists also explain the building accuracy of the pyramids at the present day. They simply ignore the fact that the Nubian plate has moved. These tiny plate movements must be corrected in the contemporary data of both the levelness and the orientation to find the correct data at the time the pyramids were built.

After correcting the data in the right way we find astounding accuracies which cannot be explained with the proposed simple tools, not even by a factor of 10. So be critical to what Egyptologists claim. They are wrong in virtually every aspect. They might have a monopoly on their "science" of the pyramids, they have no monopoly on mathematics and logic.

The Odds For 6 Digits to Match

    The straight forward, uncorrected probability that the latitude of Giza actually represents the speed of light is very high. But that figure has to be corrected.
The straight forward, uncorrected probability that the latitude of Giza actually represents the speed of light is very high. But that figure has to be corrected. | Source

When we perform simple straightforward calculations there's a probability of a whopping 1 to 900,000 that the claim is false, e.i. that Khufu represents the speed of light, hence a probability of 99.99989% that the claim is correct. That is the straightforward chance that two seemingly unrelated things match to eachother. It is therefore most likely that this latitude was chosen purposely.

Why This Probability Needs Correction

Probability calculations need often corrections, because we pick just one item of many other possible items. For example:

  1. there are three pyramids,
  2. there are more scientific constants,
  3. the Nubian plate shifted about 20 meters Northward since the pyramids were supposed to be built.

So, we must correct the outcome. In that outcome lie all the answers, the naked mathematical truth, kicking down all sacred cows.

Scientific Constants

There are many more constants in physics and mathematics. Constants are numbers like π, φ, e, i2, speed of light, atomic mass, the gravitational constant, electron mass, the Planck constant, etc.

In physics there are about 400 of these constants. In mathematics there are about 50 constants. If we add them up together we find approximately 450 currently known scientific constants. But there are many trivial constants which are only known to the most adept experts. The list of really important constants is limited to only about 30 constants, from which the speed of light takes a prominent position. We will take only these constants into account.

So, we have an uncorrected coincidence of 1.111×10-6 which has to be downsized with the amount of pyramids (3) and the amount of constants (30). But we have to upgrade that outcome again with the amount of other constants we find in the pyramids, like π, φ, and e (3). Why? Because it reinforces the fact that the builders incorporated constants into their buildings.

Probability the claim is coincidental = 1.111×10-6 × 3 × 30 ÷ 3 = 3.33×10-5 ≈ 1 to 30,000.

The outcome is 1 to 30,000 it's coincidence, hence 99.9967% certainty that the pyramids are built on a location that represents the speed of light. That fact has nothing to do how close the latitude comes to the actual speed of light in m/s. It has solely to do with the probability that the most important digits match with eachother, which are the most left digits.

When you combine this outcome with all the impossibilities as proposed by Egyptologists, you see a clear message pouring through. They have used an advanced method - light.

The message of the builders is clear: "we knew what you know today, and more."

Nubian Plate Movement

But the Nubian plate moved about 20 meters Northward over the last 4,500 years. How does that changed the latitude? The most left 5 digits wouldn't change, only the sixth digit from the left would change. The correct calculation looks like this: plate movement [m] ÷ circumference Earth [m] × 360 [°]= 20 ÷ 40,075,000 × 360 = 1.79-4 ° (or 0.644").

That part of the Nubian plate moved Northward, so the original latitude was more to the South. The top of Khufu is now located at 29.9792°N. That movement in degrees needs to be corrected with -1.79-4, which results in 29.979°N. Many people will write the outcome as 29.979021, but we must neglect to write down the sixth, seventh and eighth digits because they're in the margin of error. So you must round it according to the rounding rules. That why it's 29.979.

So, we're still left with 5 matching digits: 29979. This changes 1 to 30,000 into 1 to 3,000.

The odds for the claim being accurate and true is reduced to 99.9667%. Still a very high probability, especially because we've now incorporated many reductions like the amount of pyramids, the amount constants, and the Nubian plate movement. The claim is therefore likely to be true and correct.

The Nubian Plate Movements

The Nubian plate rotated counterclockwise around a virtual point, a so called Euler Pole. Because of this rotation has Giza been moved about 20 meters to the North. That is why the latitude needs to be corrected for the time the pyramids were built.
The Nubian plate rotated counterclockwise around a virtual point, a so called Euler Pole. Because of this rotation has Giza been moved about 20 meters to the North. That is why the latitude needs to be corrected for the time the pyramids were built. | Source

Same Pole Distances - Same Latitudes

The distance from Giza to the current North pole is the same as the distance from Teotihuacan to its former North pole on Greenland. Teotihuacan was once built at the same latitude: 29.979N.
The distance from Giza to the current North pole is the same as the distance from Teotihuacan to its former North pole on Greenland. Teotihuacan was once built at the same latitude: 29.979N. | Source

The Consequences

The claim has many consequences. The speed of light is defined in m/s. Location is defined in degrees. The exact way of positioning, up to a few meters, is believed to be just recently possible. Our historians have taught us these were inventions that came much later after the pyramids of Giza. These assertions seem to be wholly wrong.

  • meter - officially defined in 1790 in Paris, France.
  • second - first coined by the Muslim scholar Al-Biruni in 1000 CE.
  • degree - first coined by the Greeks between 250 and 150 BC.
  • decimal system - probably originated in Iran around 3,500 BC.
  • the circumference of the earth - first known accurate calculations done by Persian Al-Biruni around 1000 CE.
  • speed of light in vacuum - first accurate estimate in 1728 done by James Bradley.
  • global positioning up to a precision of 5 meters - first possible since 1995.

The Egyptian measure, the cubit for example, can be defined as: π - φ2 = 0.5235 (m). That also is regarded as coincidence by most scholars, because they were not supposed to know π down to four digits, but they had.

The pyramids of Giza are full with mathematical relations while Egyptologists keep persistently denying that fact.
The pyramids of Giza are full with mathematical relations while Egyptologists keep persistently denying that fact. | Source

Conclusion

We see that the probability that Khufu was built at a latitude which represents the speed of light is very high: 99.9667%. The message seems to be clear: the pyramids were aligned and adjusted by using light. We don't need materialistic empirical evidence to find what is true and what is false. It's all there, in the numbers.

It also seems to be clear we can toss many history books into the trash can - they are based on twisted narratives. Everyone should make up their own minds about it, but if you base your believe on stories which are passed on, instead of basing it on mathematics, remember the story carousel and how a story changes while it passes on. Be careful where you base your believe system on, your whole perception is built on that.

The tall construction is after so many thousands of years still standing tall and accurate. Can we repeat that today? The answer is no.


© 2016 by Mario Buildreps

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      Bill Holland 15 months ago from Olympia, WA

      I find this stuff fascinating. I don't understand it most of the time, but I'm still fascinated by it. As always, great hub!

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      Buildreps 15 months ago from Europe

      Thank you for your loyalty, billybuc. It is not a very easy subject indeed. The book delves much deeper into this subject, and will therefore possibly be incomprehensible for some people. But if the reader is willing to accept the math behind it and reads about the consequences, I think everyone will see how profound they are. Wish you a great day, Bill.

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      Lana ZK 15 months ago from California

      Great hub! I love anything Egypt-related and the pyramids of Giza have long fascinated me. I didn't know there were so many mathematical correlations there, but I read that the three pyramids are the mirror image of the three stars on the Orion's Belt. This kind of design and precision can not be explained with traditional history and archaeology. But I believe some day we will know the true origin and purpose of these structures.

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      Buildreps 15 months ago from Europe

      Thank you for your kind comment, Lana. The pyramids appear to conatin so many mathematical correlations that is can't be coincidence. That is what intrigued me. Some day we will indeed know their true origin and purpose.

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      jgshorebird 15 months ago from Southeastern U.S.

      Great info. I have some concerns about attributing the discovery of measurements to knowledge...light speed etc., but it certainly is intrigruing. And the Bosnian Pyramids...and all the others...very interesting.

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      Buildreps 15 months ago from Europe

      Thanks for your comment, jgshorebird. I have the same concerns as you have about the measurements. The speed of light are not the only discovery, there are more scientific constants discovered that make it quite worrisome, because it is statistically impossible to be mere coincidence. This and many other revelations will be published in a big, shiny, glossy book. There will be some speculations in the book, because it reaches up to secret levels where no one has ever dreamed of, but the fundamentals of the book are purely mathematical.

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      jgshorebird 15 months ago from Southeastern U.S.

      Also watched the Bosnian Pyramids video. Again, interesting, but the investigator in me sees holes...or alleged scientific data that offers few outside verifications. In the book or other info, is it all cited? This guy speaks to ongoing conspiracy theories since JP Morgan. A lot of conjecture, but nonetheless intriguing. I saw a question about the alleged 'concrete' found at the Bosnian site in the YouTube video -- 'where are the verifications of these tests' was the viewer's concern. And there are many others.

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      Buildreps 15 months ago from Europe

      Yes, there are some holes in his theory, as in every theory. There is no official researcher who wants to be connected to these pyramids or to Osmanagich, because they are afraid to lose their credibility or their job. That makes the research very hard. Why does the mainstream scientific society wants to close down this research? Why would someone want to obstruct such a research? Because of another more profound truth perhaps?

      Osmanagich won a lawsuit against him after the state wanted to close the site down. Why do they want to close it down in the first place? I assume that the judges examined the files profoundly and based on that info they must have decided to give it a further go. For the time being - this is already enough to give the guy the benefit of the doubt.

      There are a few people who are pulling the strings behind the scenes, and like to keep the masses as dumb and ignorant as possible. How would all these people react on an official theory that a very advanced civilization 34,000 years ago built a pyramid? It would literally pull everything apart that we know. The elite, the Bilderberg Group doesn't want this to happen.

      There are many people waiting for more answers and want to see more evidence than Osmanagich is presenting currently. Osmanagich is becoming one of the biggest enemies of the current ruling elite. I hope he will get a chance to prove he's right. And I also hope he gets more and more support from the general public. We need more of this kind of groundbreaking research. What do we have to fear?

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      Linda Crampton 15 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

      Once again, this is a very thought provoking hub. I need to set aside a day to consider all the points that you've raised in your fascinating articles. I'm looking forward to the process!

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      Buildreps 15 months ago from Europe

      Thank you for your comment and visit, Alicia. I'm currently working on the book that will deepen the series of this articles, with even more profound proof. Have a great day.

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      Buildreps 15 months ago from Europe

      I suggest to keep an open mind to it, jgshorebird. Time will tell who is right and who is wrong.

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      Madan 15 months ago from Abu Dhabi

      This is amazing post. Very interesting stuff

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      Buildreps 15 months ago from Europe

      Thanks emge, I'm glad you appreciate it.

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