The above link was a discovery I came across whilst in study
of the shadows that the great Pyramid casts through out the seasons. A calendar
emerged from this which I matched up to the Calendar in the book of Jubilees
and the books of Enoch and the 360 day year calendar of the scriptures. The
360/364 day year seems to be the standard in the ancient pre and post flood
world.

__Dimensions and architecture__

The base measurements of the Great Pyramid are: north -
755.43 ft; south -756.08 ft; east - 755.88 ft; west - 755.77 ft. These
dimensions show no two sides are identical; however, the distance between the
longest and shortest side is only 7.8 inches.Each side is
oriented almost exactly with the four Cardinal points. The following being the
estimated errors: north side 2'28" south of west; south side 1'57"
south of west; east side 5'30" west of north; and west side 2'30"
west of north. The four corners were almost perfect right angles: north-east
90degrees 3' 2"; north-west 89 degrees 59'58"; south-east 89 deg
56'27"; and south-west 90 deg 0'33".When completed, it rose to a
height of 481.4 ft., the top 31 feet of which are now missing. It's four sides
incline at an angle of about 51deg. 51 min. with the ground. At its base, it
covers an area of about 13.1 acres. It was built in 201 stepped tiers, which are
visible because the casing stones have been removed. It rises to the height of
a modern 40-story building.

__THE
BEDROCK ____AND____ ____CORE__

The pyramid is built partly upon a solid, large, bedrock core
and a platform of limestone blocks which can be seen at the northern and
eastern sides. The builder of this pyramid was very wise to choose this site
because most of the stones, with the exception of the casing stones, some
granite and basalt stones, could be cut right on the spot and in the nearby
quarry. This practical choice made it possible to reduce considerably the time
and back-breaking labor needed to drag the stones from
distant quarries across the

determined. One this
is certain, that whatever method they used was direct and very simple. Once the
sand, gravel and loose rocks had been removed, down to the solid bedrock of the
plateau, the whole pyramid site was open-cast quarried into blocks, leaving a
square core for the center of the pyramid (the core is
approximately 412.7 ft square, and rises approx. 46.25 feet high). These blocks
were then stored outside a low wall; made of mortared stone that surrounds the
core (the outside dimensions of the wall are approx. 887.3 feet square). Today
there still remains the foundation of this wall on the north, south and west
sides of the pyramid, at an average distance of 65 feet from the outer edge of
the base casing stone. This core gives the pyramid stability from the downward
and horizontal forces that will develop from the superimposed loads of blocks
of stones that are piled up, as the pyramid rises. Also, from the prevailing
north-west winds that exert enormous pressures on the huge areas of the
pyramid's faces, thus increasing these forces further. Levelling of the entire
pyramid site was accomplished by flooding the area inside the wall with water,
leaving just the high spots. These them were cut
down to the level of the surface of the water. Next, some of the water was
released and the high spots again were cut down to the water's surface. This
process was repeated until the entire pyramid site, between the core and the
four walls, was leveled down to the base of the pyramid's
platform.

__THE
CASING STONES__

A few of the fine limestone casing blocks remain at the base
of the northern side and show how accurately the stones were dressed and fitted
together. The core masonry, behind the casing stones, consists of large blocks
of local limestone, quarried right on the spot, built around and over the
bedrock core. The size of this core cannot be determined, since it is
completely covered by the pyramid. The casing stones were of highly polished
white limestone, which must have been a dazzling sight. Unlike marble, which
tends to become eroded with time and weather, limestone becomes harder and more
polished.

__HOW MANY
BLOCKS DID IT ACTUALLY TAKE TO BUILD__

__THE GREAT PYRAMID?__

Most books and encyclopedia state that
there are 2.3 million blocks of stone in the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), with no
mention of method used to figure this. Socrates determined the size and weight
of the blocks (a standard block), and ran a Pascal Computer Program (a
mathematical model of all the blocks of stone needed; written by the author to
optimize the sizes and weights of the stones) to come up with the real number
of blocks used. Since the volume of passageways and internal chambers are very
small compared to the high volume of the pyramid, they are ignored at this
time, just as though the pyramid was built of solid stone blocks with mortared
joints.

__THE SIZE
OF THE BLOCKS__

The size of the blocks are based on a
chance discovery in 1837 by Howard Vyse. He found
two of the original side casing blocks at the base of the pyramid, 5 ft x 8 ft
x 12 ft, with an angle of 51 degrees, 51 minutes cut on one of the 12 ft.
sides. Each of these stones weighed (5 x 8 x 12)/2000 = 39.9 tons before the
face angle was cut. These originally were used for the side casing stones of
Step No. 1, in the Pascal computer program. The sizes of all the other blocks
were scaled from these two original blocks of the remaining Steps 2 to 201.

__THE GREAT
PYRAMID'S DIMENSIONS ____AND____ THEIR
LAYOUT__

One acre = 43,560 sq. ft, or 208.71 feet on a side.For the
pyramid's base, length = width = (square root of 13.097144 acres) x 208.71 feet
= 755.321 feet. Or 755.321 x 12 = 9063.85 inches.Height = (755.321
x tangent 51deg 51 min)/2 = 480.783 feet. Or 480.783 x 12 = 5769.403 inches.
For the cap stone base: length = width = (32.18 x 2)/tangent 51deg 51 min =
50.55 inches. The average size of a pyramid stone = (5 x 8 x 12) The average
side measurement, at the base = 759.3 ft. The height used was 201 steps high,
or 480 feet. (This is minus the height of the Capstone, which was one piece in
itself. The number reached by the Pascal computer program was 603,728 blocks
used. The solid core takes up the space of 13,016 stones. So, the actual number
of stones used to build the Great Pyramid is 603,728 - 13,016 = 590,712. This
figure is (2,300,000 - 590,712) = 1,709,288 blocks less than the often
published 2.3 million value.

__NUMBER OF
VARIOUS BLOCKS OF STONE USED__

__TO BUILD
THE GREAT PYRAMID__

Number of platform blocks used (2.5 ft x 10 ft square),
equals (759.3 x 759.3(pyramid base)) - (412.7 x 412.7(core base))/(10 x
10(platform block base)) = 4,062.Number of CORNER Casing stones where the
pyramid faces meet equals 201 steps x 4 sides = 804.

Number of side casing stones equals ((244 x 127) + 8,953) =
39,941. Due to Bedrock Core, in the center of Step 1
through 10, the total number of blocks needed is reduced by 13,016. THE NUMBER
OF

__PLACING
THE BLOCKS__

The average number of blocks that have to be placed each day
equals (590,712 blocks)/(20years x
364.25 days) = 81 blocks per day.

If 10 crews of 300 men work on each of the four sides of the
pyramid, then the totals of 40 crews and 12,000 men will be needed. Each of the
crews will be responsible to place 81/40 = 2 blocks per day. The workload
passes through three phases of decreasing difficulty, which are determined by
the weights of the heaviest blocks: Steps 1 through 21 (60.59 to 27.24 tons)
Steps 22 through 136 (17.66 to 6.44 tons) Steps 127 through 201 (3.05 to 2.63
tons) As the weight of the blocks decrease, Step to Step, the sizes of the drag
crews will decrease. However, when this happens, the number of blocks needed to
be dragged each day can be reduced because one large block can be dragged and
cut into several smaller blocks that are needed. As the pyramid rises there is
less space for the crews to work in and fewer block to be
placed. In other words, the number of workers that will be needed depends on
three factors of: weight of blocks, number of blocks to be placed, and the
working space available.

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