Given the choice in our “metric” world of today, it would be wise to divide the circle into segments of 10, 100 or 1000 parts instead of the 360 degrees we are accustomed to.

My previous illustration used two numerical values converted to degrees and it was discovered that their intersect aligned with the vertical of the King’s Chamber.

Now, using the identical numerical values as previous, and converting all circular measures to a circle of 1000 parts…it is seen how the point of intersect has moved outside of the pyramid structure.

This demonstrates the fact that only a 360 degrees circle can provide the results as previously illustrated.

However, it also introduces the second system used by the pyramid designers…a 1000 degrees circle…!

Intersect of both angles are exterior of the structure.

Horizontal connections align central to the QC and the KC floor.

20 x pi = 62.83, (62.83/1000 x 360) = 22.62 parts of a 1000 segment circle.

100/pi = 31.83, (31.83/1000 x 360) - 11.46 parts of a 1000 segment circle.

Best.

Clive