Re: Pyramidiocy (was Re: Strange Maths)

Whittet (
21 Jul 1995 00:04:51 GMT

In article <3uljv2$>, says...
>One thing about these hysterical theories regarding the Great Pyramid
>have always left me wondering, why just the Pyramid of Cheops? There are
>three pyramids at Giza and scores more within a short drive to the
>south. Why is this one pyramid so special? Because its the biggest?
>What about the step pyramids in Mesopotamia? Or Mesoamerica? Are all
>these mystical as well?
>Stonehenge has volumes of absurdity written about it but Avebury and
>Carnac and the other megalithic circles are normally only discussed by
>serious archeologists.
>It's interesting that only well known sites attract geomancers, astral
>projectionists, new age witches, and other visitors from fantasy land.
Because the Great Pyramid is the only one actually constructed as a standard
of mensuration. The same proportions are not found on other pyramids.

You would think though, that if any old random measurements could be
worked into some sort of correlation with something, that these correlations
would have been found on the other pyramids as well, right?