The amount of mathematics encoded in the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza is beyond anything anyone can imagine. Remember that if the pyramid size would have been different by 5 or 10cm, all the below facts wouldn’t be there, but we still can find:
– Pi, the almighty 3,14 we all loved at school
– Phi, the Golden Ratio
– Number of days in 1 year
– The metric system („first” introduced by John Wilkins in 1668)
– Equatorial circumference of the Earth
– Diameter of the Earth, the Moon & the Sun
– Speed of light…
Finding one mathematical relation can be a coincidence. However, finding countless (because they are really countless) occasions where we can find universal mathematical values, on top of the size of planets or speed of light, this is where the coincidence disappears.
Without being able to explain how the ancient builders could have known all those values and universal constants, all serious scientists will agree that it is all intentional: the Great Pyramid of Giza is the biggest and only time-proof expression of all essential mathematical knowledge known to men.