Hi all I hope I am welcomed here. What I propose is a continuation of the ideas of Clive Ross, now sadly deceased 2009, who believed with his whole heart that Giza was "The World's Oldest Book of Astronomy". Like most of you are probably doing right now I laughed at the outrageousness of the idea but decided to check it out anyway. These then are the results of those 20 year studies.

Since most of my discoveries involve math and astronomy the Egyptologists out there were and are hopelessly ill prepared to even consider my ideas. They simply chose to call them all coincidences and were happy to move on but they are there. Who put them there and how they knew is for now a mute point as just because we don't know how they knew does not preclude the evidence from being there.

Shall we begin ? It may appear at first that astronomy is not involved but please be a bit patient as it will all tie in.

The first major discovery I made that jump started my research was the amazing fact that The Great Pyramid of Khufu when it's base length is compared to the second largest pyramid, The Pyramid of Khafre is in a ratio of the square root of 3 to Phi. That is that if we assign a value of square root of 3 for the base of G1 then G2 will be Phi, .... EXACTLY ! Proof of that is in the measurements as established by Flinders Petrie who made systematic surveys of these pyramids in the late 1880's. The base of The Great Pyramid is 9068.9968 inches so if we divide this by 1.732050807 and then multiply by 1.618033988 we should get the value of inches in the base of The Pyramid of Khafre. So let's do that. 9068.9968 / 1.732050807 = 5235.9877 inches and now times Phi or 1.618033988 = 8472.0061 inches and Petrie has the north side of The Pyramid of Khafre or simply called G2 as 8471.9. So it appears to be an exact fit. Coupled with that came the realization that the pyramids were also measured in cubits and thus G1 became 440 cubits and G2 became 411.035 cubits when we allowed 20.62 inches to equal one cubit. I suddenly realized that if I took one half the base of G1 and called it the semi major axis of Mercury and multiplied it by Phi I got the semi major axis of Venus. And that's how it all began.

I now know things I did not know in the beginning such as why this works so well. I suddenly realized that if we allow the semi major axis of Mercury to equal 1/2 of the sqrt of 3 or 0.866025 then Venus will equal Phi (1.618033988). Let's test that out. Mercury's semi major axis is 57,909,050 and Venus' is 108,208,930 and the ratio of these two is 1.8686014. So if we multiply 0.866025 times 1.868601 we shoudl get Phi or something very close. It turns out that doing the math here gives us 1.618256 and checking to Phi for 0.99986. Reasonably close considering you are trying to show both concepts. Sq rt of 3, Phi and the relationship between Mercury and Venus.

There is much more but I would like to see how this is received before moving on.

Best regards