A while back I posted on some new peer-reviewed research about the relationship of astronomy and pyramid alignment. The same researcher, Giulio Magli, is back with another article about pyramid alignment. Fascinating – sure beats the paleobabble.
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The appendix suggests that the “line” of southeast corners of the Giza pyramids might vary by ±1°. Simple viewing of the Google earth photo shows that the line is close, but not close enough for the eerily precise and accurate pyramid builders. It’s extremely unlikely that an earthquake has moved Khufu’s pyramid in relation to the other two pyramids at Gize. Either the pyramid builders were uncharacteristically sloppy when placing the Giza pyramids, or there is no alignment as claimed by Magli.
personally, I don’t think need to be spot on (0 degree variance) for his idea to hold water. If he is basing this possibility on seismic activity, it’s quite possible (or it may have to do with the time and place of observation).