Around 16:00 CET on 24 March 2023, I came across a document called “The Complete Pyramid Sourcebook” as I browsed through Academia.
Skimming through it, I came upon a curious diagram attributed to one Joe Parr. Given the geometry which looked familiar, I decided to skip back and read the related research. Very interesting it was too. Will discuss.
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I've been looking at wiki svg file pyramid with the extended base geometry as you've suggested. I've replicated it in the same way you've did and got the 26.04 axis aligned with the ascending great gallery and the intersection of these axis at the center of the structure. Now..
Extending the base does not alter the exterior height to base ratio of the pyramid. It does change the total height and length of the sides of the pyramid. I've been reverse enginerding some phi ratios on the new geometry of the pyramid and found some (in my opinion) interesting correlations with the pyramid's interior.
Here is a link to the PDF
First the center of the monopole structure is at the phi ratio of the total height. which is nice. but is an inevitable result of the ratio between the height and base of the pyramid in combination with the angle of ascension divided by 2 axis a.k.a the 26.04 ascending axis. It is nice though to have this level align exactly with the phi ratio of the total height (u).
Now this measurement (the phi ratio of the total height of the extended pyramid structure you propose) is either referenced or scattered all over the interior. I found it returning almost if not exactly in the length of:
- the descending passage to the subterranean chamber
- the entire ascending passage to the back wall of the kings chamber
- the distance between the exits of the southern and northern shafts from the kings chamber.
If you take the second phi ratio from the new total height of the extended pyramid (total height * phi^2) or in the drawing (u)*phi. You wil find the exact lengths of:
- the start of the grand gallery to the back of the kings chamber
- the two shafts emanating from the queens chamber and stopping for no reason (or for referencing this ratio measurement)
- The top of the kings chamber to the ground level of the original pyramid
and more phi ratio's are annotated in the drawing.
In any case these ratios only appear when the base of the pyramid is extended to align the grand gallery with the ascending 26.04 axis. Since one would only need limestone to extend the pyramid and the limestone is technically present there would be no reason to assume the actual pyramid stops at ground level. Very clever. If phi ratios were deliberately incorporated in the design to annotate and suggest this I would not be surprised.
I was starting on 3D modeling the thing into a step file for CNC milling but got distracted by searching for phi ratios in the thing XD. What do you think?