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1 The Great Pyramid Axial Tilt Theory (GPATT) © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

2 It is not the intention of this theory to deny the Ancient Egyptians their own cultural and religious beliefs concerning the Pyramids of Giza. However, inasmuch as it is reasonably certain that the Pharaohs of the 4 th Dynasty constructed the pyramids there in accordance with their own religious beliefs, they did so in accordance with a much more ancient ‘sacred’ plan. The pyramid builders ‘assimilated’ this ‘sacred’ plan into their own cultural and religious ideas of their time. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

3 ” They [the temples] were built according to an architectural plan which was supposed to have been revealed in a codex that fell from the heavens at Saqqara in the days of Imhotep. ” - Aldred 'The Egyptians', P32 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

4 Around 12,500 years ago, towards the end of the last Ice Age, all life on Earth was suddenly and dramatically impacted when a massive comet exploded over the North Atlantic ocean. The effect of this cataclysmic event was truly devastating, wiping out all manner of plant and animal life – including humans - in the northern hemisphere. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

5 The ‘race memory’ of this devastating event was passed into mankind’s earliest myths which talk frequently of fire from the heavens followed by a terrible innundation. But these are not the only things remembered in our most ancient myths: © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

6 And in those days, Noah saw the Earth had tilted and that its destruction was near. - Book of Noah 65.1 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

7 Behold, the Lord maketh the earth empty, and maketh it waste, and turneth it upside down, and scattereth abroad the inhabitants thereof. The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard, and shall be removed like a cottage; and the transgression thereof shall be heavy upon it; and it shall fall, and not rise again. Book of Isaiah 24:1, 24:20 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

8 And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind. And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places. Book of Revelation 6:12, 6:13, 6:14 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

9 ‘ Soon the fiery horses felt how their reins were in an unpractised hand. Rearing and swerving aside, they left their wonted way; then all the earth was amazed to see that the glorious Sun, instead of holding his stately, beneficent course across the sky, seemed to speed crookedly overhead and to rush down in wrath like a meteor. ’ The Flood of Deucalion - The Illustrated Guide to Classical Mythology, p © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

10 During the whole summer, the sun hid itself behind the clouds, as if unwilling to shine upon the earth. In the middle of the quietude, the earth began to quake as if it was dying. The mountains opened up to vomit forth fire and flames. Some of them sunk under the earth while in other places mountains rose out of the plains... Atland disappeared and the wild waves rose so high over the hills and dales that everything was buried under the seas. Many people were swallowed up by the earth and others who had escaped the fire perished in the waters. - The Oera Linda Book © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

11 We have seen in the Giza Precession Wheel Theory (GPWT) how the date of these tumultuous events (c.10,500BC) has been encoded into the monuments on the Giza plateau. If, as the Cahto Indians of California believe, ‘The Sky Fell’, might we not also find an indication of such a traumatic and significant event also encoded into the Giza monuments? © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

12 It is possible that this might indeed be the case.... Note: Whilst the Great Pyramid Axial Tilt Theory (GPATT) proposes that the Great Pyramid of Giza serves as a ‘register’ of an Axial tilt of the Earth c BC, it is beyond the scope of this work to present the various theories that might explain the physical mechanism in which such an Earth tilt could occur. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

13 Before we commence this investigation, let us take a few moments to familiarise ourselves with the key features of the Great Pyramid. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

14 The Capstone © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

15 South North Missing Capstone The Great Pyramid is missing its capstone. It is not known for certain if it was ever actually in place. The GPATT will show that the GP never had its capstone and why this was so.

16 South North Missing Capstone The Great Pyramid is missing its capstone. It is not known for certain if it was ever actually in place. The GPATT will show that the GP never had its capstone and why this was so.

17 The Main Chambers © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

18 South North King’s Chamber The Main Chambers

19 South North King’s Chamber Queen’s Chamber The Main Chambers

20 South North King’s Chamber Queen’s Chamber Grand Gallery The Main Chambers

21 The ‘Air-Shafts’ © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

22 South North KCS 45° The ‘Air Shafts’

23 South North KCN 32.6° KCS 45° The ‘Air Shafts’

24 South North QCS 39.6° KCN 32.6° KCS 45° The ‘Air Shafts’

25 South North QCN 39.1° QCS 39.6° KCN 32.6° KCS 45° The ‘Air Shafts’

26 South North QCN 39.1° QCS 39.6° KCN 32.6° KCS 45° The GPATT will offer an alternative purpose to each of the 4 so-called ‘Air Shafts’ of the King’s and Queen’s Chambers.

27 North South It is worth noting that the openings of the shafts in the Queen’s Chamber had been sealed even from their construction and were discovered only by accident. It seems this sealing was intentional – a fact that has Egyptologists somewhat baffled. The GPATT will explain this.

28 South North Furthermore, unlike the King’s Chamber shafts, the shafts in the Queen’s Chamber do not extend to the pyramid exterior.

29 The ‘Relieving Chambers’ © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

30 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ The purpose of the elevated roof of the King’s Chamber has been a long-standing mystery. The GPATT will explain the reason for such an unusual feature.

31 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ The purpose of the elevated roof of the King’s Chamber has been a long-standing mystery. The GPATT will explain the reason for such an unusual feature.

32 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ The purpose of the elevated roof of the King’s Chamber has been a long-standing mystery. The GPATT will explain the reason for such an unusual feature.

33 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ The purpose of the elevated roof of the King’s Chamber has been a long-standing mystery. The GPATT will explain the reason for such an unusual feature.

34 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ The purpose of the elevated roof of the King’s Chamber has been a long-standing mystery. The GPATT will explain the reason for such an unusual feature.

35 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ The purpose of the elevated roof of the King’s Chamber has been a long-standing mystery. The GPATT will explain the reason for such an unusual feature.

36 That the Earth ‘Fell’, and by how much, is clearly encoded within the Great Pyramid. Here’s how... © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

37 30 Course Level 30 represents 30°N (i.e. Giza’s present latitude) Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

38 ° Note how the base of the KC rests at Course Level 50 Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

39 ° This represents a difference of 20°N of Giza’s present latitude Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

40 ° Note how the base of the QC rests at Course Level 23.5 Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

41 ° This represents a difference of 6.5°S of Giza’s present latitude Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

42 ° Note the angle of the Grand Gallery – 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

43 ° This represents the Earth’s fall – 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

44 And now for the Fall, symbolised in the Great Pyramid by the Grand Gallery © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

45 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

46 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

47 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

48 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

49 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

50 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

51 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

52 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

53 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

54 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

55 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

56 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

57 The Earth ‘Falls’ 26.5° Drawing courtesy of Jon B.

58 Of course, if through the angle encoded into the Grand Gallery of the Great Pyramid we are being told that c. 10,500BC the Earth tilted 26.5°, then we have to ask - in which direction did this tilt occur? South to North? or North to South? © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

59 To better understand the effects of a tilting Earth, let us briefly consider the following 2D example which shows how the latitudes of various points can alter with an 82° North to South tilt of the axis. Note how the latitudes of those points nearest the centre are affected the least by the tilt and those points further from the centre are affected the most. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

60 E Obliquity -33° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S C = 88°N C = 50°N C = 20°N C = 0°N C = 10°S City Latitudes Pre 82° Earth Tilt

61 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -31° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

62 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -29° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

63 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -27° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

64 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -24° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

65 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -22° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

66 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -19° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

67 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -16° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

68 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -13° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

69 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -10° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

70 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -7° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

71 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity -3° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

72 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity 0° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

73 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +3° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

74 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +6° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

75 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +9° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

76 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +11° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

77 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +14° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

78 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +16° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

79 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +19° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

80 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +22° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

81 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +25° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

82 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +28° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

83 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +32° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

84 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +36° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

85 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +39° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

86 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +42° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

87 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +46° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S

88 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton E Obliquity +49° W S N 70°N 80°N 90°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 90°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S C = 12°N Diff -76° C = 47°N Diff - 3° C = 25°N Diff + 5° C = 0°N Diff 0° C = 28°N Diff +18° City Latitudes Post 82° Earth Tilt

89 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Let us now briefly recap. 1.We are told the total tilt was 26.5° (angle of Grand Gallery). 2.This tilt had the effect of creating a 6.5° difference between latitude 23.5°N and Giza’s present latitude of 30 ° N (base course layer 23.5 of Queen’s Chamber) 3.This tilt had the effect of creating a 20° difference between latitude 50°N and Giza’s present latitude of 30°N (base course layer 50 of King’s Chamber).

90 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton We also know... 1.The present latitude of Giza - 30°N 2.The present obliquity of the Earth = 23.5°

91 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton There is, however, one piece of vital information that is still missing.

92 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton We have yet to determine Giza’s former latitude.

93 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Again, the ingenious Designers of the Great Pyramid have not let us down and have provided a quite unique mechanism through which they ‘encoded’ Giza’s former latitude and they did so in a very clever and precise way.

94 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Let us now return to the King’s Chamber

95 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ We can now begin to understand why the roof of the King’s Chamber was raised – it ‘points’ to Giza’s former latitude!

96 South North The ‘Relieving Chambers’ Indeed, it is not unreasonable to intepret this aspect of the Great Pyramid’s design as telling us that the ‘Roof of the World’ fell.

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103 South North And to return to the ‘Golden Age’ of the Zep Tepi (First Time), we must raise the roof (the Earth) to its former glory. It must ‘point’ to Giza’s former latitude.

104 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Here’s How...

105 What is interesting about the dimensions of the Great Pyramid is the significance of the Queen’s Chamber when we circumscribe a circle around the pyramid. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

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110 The apex of the Queen’s Chamber forms the centre of the circumscribed circle.

111 Note also how the apex of the Queen’s Chamber passes through the apex of the Great Pyramid.

112 The blue line acts as the Earth’s perpendicular.

113 So how does this tell us Giza’s former latitude? © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

114 South North 24.5° Imagine the King’s Chamber collapsed (i.e. the ‘Fallen Earth’). This would create an angle from the centre of the circle through the apex of the King’s Chamber roof of around 24.5°.

115 South North 24.5° However, what we find when we ‘Raise the Roof’ with the relieving chambers is that a very different and deliberate angle is created.

116 South North Let us now raise the roof of the KC to its proper height. 24.5°

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121 South North 17° The KC roof at its max height creates a 17° angle through its apex from the perpendicular.

122 South North 17° If the roof of the KC was any higher or lower, a different angle would result. So it seems that the roof of the KC was raised with the Relieving Chambers to a very specific height for a very specific reason – to ‘encode’ the 17° angle. But why?

123 South North 17° It is not unreasonable to intepret this to mean that the ‘roof of the world’ above Giza, shifted some 17° from its former latitude.

124 So, although the Earth tilted 26.5° overall, it seems the effect of this tilt was to shift Giza some 17° south of its former latitude. When added to Giza’s present latitude of 30°N, this gives Giza’s former (pre-tilt) latitude of 47°N. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

125 This tells us then that the 26.5° tilt of the Earth must have occurred in a North to South direction. This, in turn, implies that the Earth’s former obliquity was much more upright at around -3° i.e. (26.5° ° = 3°) © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

126 These values are further validated when we cross-check them with the course layers we find in the Great Pyramid for the King and Queen’s Chambers. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

127 ° Drawing courtesy of Jon B. Total Diff = 26.5

128 ° Drawing courtesy of Jon B. 30 Diff = 20 Giza’s Present Latitude

129 ° Drawing courtesy of Jon B. 30 Diff = 6.5 Giza’s Present Latitude

130 We can now plot these values on a globe. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

131 S 90°S Giza Latitude Pre 26.5° Earth Tilt (Former) 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S Giza 47°N 80°N 17° N 20° Obliquity -3°

132 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton S N 90°S Giza Latitude Pre 26.5° Earth Tilt (Former) 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S Giza 47°N 80°N Obliquity -3°

133 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity -1° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

134 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity 0° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

135 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +1° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

136 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +2° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

137 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +3° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

138 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +4° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

139 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +6° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

140 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +8° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

141 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +10° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

142 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +12° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

143 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +15° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

144 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +18° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

145 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +20° S N 90°S 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S 80°N

146 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton Obliquity +23.5° S N 90°S Giza Latitude Post 26.5° Earth Tilt (Present) 90°N EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S Giza 30°N 80°N

147 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton S 90°S Giza Latitude Post 26.5° Earth Tilt (Present) EW 70°N E 10°N 20°N 30°N 40°N 50°N 60°N 10°S 20°S 30°S 40°S 50°S 60°S 70°S 80°S Giza 30°N 80°N 90°N 17° 20° N 6.5° Obliquity +23.5°

148 The course layers of the GP ‘encodes’ the Earth tilt c. 10,500BC (6.5°+20° = 26.5°) Grand Gallery Angle = 26.5°

149 In a more ‘upright’ world with an obliquity of only 3°, there would be very little seasonal change. In the lower latitudes this would have seemed like a perpetual spring and summer – a Golden Age. Large areas that are presently in the Polar regions would have seen a much more temperate climate and vice versa. Giza, being around 1200 miles further North, would most likely have had a much wetter climate than it does today. Most of Canada, North America and large parts of Europe would have lay under a thick blanket of ice. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

150 Pre-Tilt Earth C. 10,500BC

151 The Capstone © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

152 The missing capstone of the GP may also be symbolic of a tilted Earth. The apex of the Great Pyramid can no longer point to the skies of the ‘First Time’ because they have been removed out of their place (i.e. they are now 17° further north).

153 The missing capstone of the GP may also be symbolic of a tilted Earth. The apex of the Great Pyramid can no longer point to the skies of the ‘First Time’ because they have been removed out of their place (i.e. they are now 17° further north). Might we find the capstone of the GP some 1200 miles further north?

154 And there is one more thing the missing Capstone of the Great Pyramid may be alluding to... © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

155 We draw a horizontal line across the top of the GP until it intersects the circle.

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157 When we draw a line from the centre of the circle through the intersection we find something quite interesting....

158 When we draw a line from the centre of the circle through the intersection we find something quite interesting....

159 The missing Capstone of the Great Pyramid may have been intended in order that the structure can indicate the 23.5° obliquity of the Earth.

160 The ‘Air Shafts’ © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

161 The 4 shafts in the Great Pyramid of Khufu at Giza have so far defied all attempts by Egyptologists to explain their true purpose. Many theories have been proposed and yet the true purpose of these enigmatic features eludes us still. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

162 Although not universally accepted, presently the most popular and widely accepted view is that c. 2,500 BC these unique shafts were aimed at 4 key stars in the northern and southern skies that were important to the cultural and religious beliefs of the Ancient Egyptians of the 4th Dynasty, whereby they apparently aided the departed King’s soul in findng its way on the long and arduous journey into the afterlife. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

163 So – what did the original designers of the Giza plan have in mind for these 4 shafts which the Ancient Egyptians of the 4 th Dynasty so faithfully implemented? What was the true purpose of these quite unique features? © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

164 Could it be that the purpose of the 2 sets of shafts is to provide a ‘corroborating mechanism’ to the Earth tilt theory? When we consider that every other aspect of the Giza design indicates the remote date of c.10,500BC, why should it be considered logical or sensible that the shafts should indicate another date separated from the design layout by some 8,000 years, as has been proposed by some academics and writers? © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

165 It stands to reason that if every other aspect of the Giza design is ‘locked’ to the ‘First Time’ date of c.10,500BC then so too must the shafts. And so, following this logic, might not it be possible that, rather than targeting 4 individual stars c.2,500BC as some have proposed, the pyramid shafts are in actual fact targeting the SAME 2 stars (c.10,500BC)?

166 Each chamber in the Great Pyramid has 2 small shafts – one shaft is directed due south whilst the other is directed due north. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

167 But how is it possible that, from the same latitude (Giza), two sets of shafts with different inclinations can target the same stars at the same moment in time?

168 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton They can’t.

169 © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton However, the same two stars can be targeted with the two sets of shafts if a second location at a slightly different latitude is introduced.

170 Since we now know the epoch from the Giza layout (c. 10,500BC), it should (in theory at least) be possible using star-mapping software to determine which stars the shafts were targeting in the northern and southern skies at this time. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

171 Once we have found stars that the Queen’s shafts may have been targeting c. 10,500BC, we can then attempt to align these same stars with the King’s Chamber shafts by changing the location (latitude). © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

172 Targeting the Queen’s Chamber shafts. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

173 Giza - 10,550BC – Latitude 29.96°N (Present) QC North Shaft Directed to Vega

174 Giza - 10,550BC – Latitude 29.96°N (Present) QC South Shaft Directed to Alpha Centauri

175 Vega Alpha Centauri Giza - 10,550BC – Latitude 29.96°N (Present)

176 Targeting the King’s Chamber shafts. This requires a shift in location (latitude) to 23.5°N (i.e. 6.5° south of Giza’s present latitude) © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

177 Giza - 10,550BC – Latitude 23.5°N KC North Shaft Directed to Vega

178 Giza - 10,550BC – Latitude 23.5°N KC South Shaft Directed to Alpha Centauri

179 Vega Alpha Centauri Giza - 10,550BC – Latitude 23.5°N

180 So, as has been demonstrated, it is quite possible to target the same 2 stars from different latitudes (locations) using the inclinations of the 2 sets of GP shafts. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

181 But if the shafts are indeed meant to target the same 2 stars why build the two sets of shafts into the one structure at the one location? © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

182 The logic is quite inescapable. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

183 The logic is quite inescapable. In order to be able to target the same 2 stars from the same location (i.e. from the GP) using shafts of differing inclinations requires that the Earth MUST BE TILTED in a north to south direction. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

184 And, of course, since the sky tilted and the stars moved from their stations, then the two stars targeted by the shafts will have gone from one place to another and will be targeted now by only one set of shafts and ‘lost’ to the other two shafts. This may explain why the Queen’s shafts are blocked – it is symbolic of the stars that are now ‘lost’ – they can no longer be targeted from this location. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

185 Pre-Tilt Sky Star Map Vega Alpha Centauri

186 Vega Alpha Centauri

187 Vega Alpha Centauri

188 Vega Alpha Centauri

189 Vega Alpha Centauri

190 Vega Alpha Centauri

191 Post-Tilt Sky Star Map Vega Alpha Centauri

192 Conclusion The Great Pyramid of Giza was designed in such a way as to record a tilt in the Earth’s axis of some 26.5° from a former upright axis of -3° to its present axis of 23.5°. It records a former latitude for Giza at 47°N. The ‘Air Shafts’ corroborate the Earth tilt by targteting 2 stars and presenting them at different latitudes from a single location (i.e. from within the GP) thus indicating that the stars moved out of their places to align with the 2 sets of shafts. © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton

193 THE END © 2006/2007 Scott Creighton


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