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March 28th, 2017, 09:57 PM   #1
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Sacred numbers in the pyramids

Hi,

I have been struggling a while now with the following.
Prime numbers:

Euclid: [ x2 plus x plus 41 = prime number]
Eg. 5 times 5 plus 5 plus 41 = 71 ( prime ).
My question: Where did the 41 originate from?
Did he start of with ? ( 5 times 5 ) minus 1 plus 5 plus 42 = 71.
So you may ask me why 42?
Draw a column and count down from 1 to 360 or as far as you need to go.
Draw another column next to it and use any number from 1 to 360 as a constant.
Like this:
Number count Constant
1 27
2 27
3 27
4 27
up to
42 27
42 are the only number with a 22 to 27 [ 42 27 ] with the following properties.
42 plus 27 = 69 [ 69 96 =165 ]
• 165 Minus 66 = 99
• 99 Minus 33 = 66
• 66 minus 33 = 33
[ with the exclusion of 78 87 and 69 9 ]
So what did the Pyramid Giza architects try to tell us with the following measures?
Edge to base = 42 degrees / Edge to edge = 96 degrees / 27 steps in the grand gallery for what reason?

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March 28th, 2017, 11:37 PM   #2
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They didn't tell us why.
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March 31st, 2017, 10:10 AM   #3
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Reading this reminded me of the time I was convinced the story in the Bible about Jesus feeding the 5000 with loaves of bread and fish was a secret number puzzle. It might even still be one but after a while I learnt that it looks like a puzzle but it's not actually.

If they built the Pyramid of Giza differently then the coordinates at the top wouldn't be the speed of light ;D
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