The Numerical Source of Great Pyramid Chamber Dimensions

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After discovering how the two upper chambers of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh fit geometrically inside each other,
i realized the logical next step was to build the model.

It was fortuitous when economic factors determined the prototype would be half size
because here the lix dimension formulas are revealed at their most eloquent.

1 lix = 1.001006 feet

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At Actual Size, the lix dimensions of the Hi Phive, (King’s), Chamber are determined by the formula: (n[G]).5,
where [G] = 73.728 lix, the sum of the seven squared dimensions: 7372.8 divided by 100.

Hi Phive Chamber line squared

= n[G]

(n[G]).5 = lix dimension

width = 294.912

4[G]

17.17300207

side wall diag = 1548.288

21[G]

39.34829094

end wall diag = 663.552

9[G]

25.75950310

cubic diag = 1843.2

25[G]

42.93250516

length = 1179.648

16[G]

34.34600414

ceiling diag = 1474.56

20[G]

38.4

height = 368.64

5[G]

19.2

total = 7372.8

= 100[G]

And the Point Phive, (Queen’s), Chamber dimensions by the formula: (n[G]/5).5

Point Phive Chamber line squared x 5

= n[G]

(n[G]/5) .5 = lix dimension

side wall height = 1179.648

16[G]

15.36

width = 1474.56

20[G]

17.17300207

length = 1769.472

24[G]

18.81208122

apex = 2064.384

28[G]

20.31937006

end diag = 2654.208

36[G]

23.04

side diag = 2949.12

40[G]

24.28629243

floor diag = 3244.032

44[G]

25.47167839

apex diag = 3833.856

52[G]

27.69063379

cubic diag = 4423.68

60[G]

29.74451209

total = 23592.96 = 15.362 x 100

= 320[G]

At Half Size, the dimensions of both Chambers
are generated through the Hi Phive formula: (n[G]).5
The wall height of Hi Phive = (1.25 x 73.728).5 = 9.6 lix
The side wall height of Point Phive = (.8 x 73.728).5 = 7.68 lix.

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9.6 / 7.68 = 1.25
1.25 .5 = 1.1180339887 = phi – .5

9.6 x 7.68 = 73.728 = [G]
[G] .5 = 8.58650103 lix = width of both half size chambers

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kings-chamber-dimensions

line

(n[G]).5

= lix dimension

= 9.6 x

= 17.17300207 x

= 7.68 x

width

1

8.58650103

.8.5

.5

1.25.5

side diag

5.25

19.67414547

4.2.5

1.3125 .5

6.5625.5

end diag

2.25

12.87975155

1.8.5

.75

2.8125.5

cubic diag

6.25

21.46625258

5.5

1.25

7.8125.5

length

4

17.17300207

3.2.5

1

5.5

ceiling diag

5

19.2

2

1.25.5

2.5

height

1.25

9.6

1

.3125.5

1.25

volume = 8.58650103 x 17.17300207 x 9.6 = 1415.5776 cubic lix = 19.2[G]

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queens-chamber-dimensions

line

(n[G]).5

= lix dimension

= 7.68 x

= 17.17300207 x

= 9.6 x

side wall height

.8

7.68

1

.2 .5

.8

width

1

8.58650103

1.25.5

.5

.8.5

length

1.2

9.40604061

1.5.5

.3 .5

.96.5

apex

1.4

10.15968503

1.75.5

.35 .5

1.12.5

end diag

1.8

11.52

1.5

.45 .5

1.2

side diag

2

12.14314620

2.5.5

.5 .5

1.6.5

floor diag

2.2

12.73583919

2.75.5

.55 .5

1.76.5

apex diag

2.6

13.84531689

3.25.5

.65 .5

2.08.5

cubic diag

3

14.87225605

3.75.5

.75 .5

2.4.5

As easy as 1, 2, 3, … 4, 5:

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The only window is centred and 1/5th down from the top on the East wall.
Width is 1/10th the chamber length: 1.717300207 lix
Height is 1/10th the ceiling diagonal: 1.92 lix
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the triangles

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“Brain Elevator #1″,
constructed Summer 2009

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Hi Phive       Point Phive      Lix Geometry      Lixcaliber

cryptographer: stephen langton goulet
master builder: paddy vogelgesang
electrics: lee matheson
accelerator: “v”

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all rights reserved

“i call it a brain elevator because it does.”

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