The Designed geometric plan of the Great Pyramid
The original designed plan to build the Great Pyramid, about 4,500 years ago, never has been found or reproduced.
The existent plans from the Great Pyramid used by Egyptologists are “uncomplete” and only represent “as built dimensions” of the exposed areas of its structure. The dimensions they illustrate were measured during many years of investigations by different surveyors and pyramid investigators.
However, as an incredible achievement, Samuel Laboy, a Puerto Rican civil engineer who dedicated 40 years of his professional career to a personal crusade of studies and investigations of the Egyptian pyramids, surprised all with the entire geometric DESIGNED PLAN of this Monumental Construction. As known, the DESIGNED PLAN was completely necessary for the construction of the Great Pyramid. It was impossible to construct such a huge building without a building plan. This structure is considered the First, and only in existence, of the designated Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. From the other part, it would be impossible to design such a huge structure built 4,500 years ago, now.
The only possibility, per engineer Samuel Laboy, was that of using an architectural geometric template in both designs. Therefore, he dedicated several years looking for this template. Finally, he discovered its shape and properties. Laboy’s template consists of the interlaced figures of a circle, a triangle, and a square. These three figures are outlined using only a drawing compass and straightedge as tools, and applying a especial geometrical process. The three figures become proportional to the radius of the circle. The radius can be expressed in any unit of measurements, be inches, feet, decimeters, meters, Egyptian cubits, or any other unit of our predilection. The entire finished plan will be expressed in the same units as the radius. The template’s characteristics and properties are so perfect, and transmitted to the Great Pyramid’s structure, that he copyrighted and called it “The Perfect Symbol” for design work.
To define all dimensions in the Great Pyramid, he set the radius of the circle equal to the product of 153 feet multiplied by Pi = 3.14159, which is equal to 480.6637 feet. Using this radius, he calculated the entire designed dimensionless plan, and the results were that all the dimensions were equal, section, by section, to the Great Pyramid’s structure dimensions. This means that the designed template when using this radius shows that the Perfect Symbol is the “origin and frame” used by the Egyptians to build the Great Pyramid.
To further prove his template and the geometric method, Laboy also designed the Chephren, Micerinus, The Red, the Bent Pyramid, and other pyramids.
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