The latitude at the center of the Grand Gallery inside the Great Pyramid is 29 degrees 58 minutes 45.28 seconds North. This equals 29.9792458 degrees North. The speed of light in a vacuum is 299,792,458 meters per second. These are precisely the same numbers. John Charles Webb Jr. first discovered this, to see for yourself click the link: Degrees, Minutes, Seconds To Decimal Degrees Conversion. Of course, this is not a coincidence, as some sold-out, dim-witted fools would try and have you believe.
The mathematical probability that the building of the Great Pyramid was on purpose at the latitude representing the speed of light is 99.97%. There is only a 1 to 3,460 chance it is a coincidental match. A 99.7% chance and this excellent evaluation did not even account for any corroborating evidence supporting this astounding achievement.
If one takes the continental drift into account, perhaps when built, the latitude was dead center on the Great Pyramid and not 11 meters south, at the center of the Grand Gallery. This is not a far-fetched idea. Scientists say the African Nubian tectonic plate seems to be moving at about 0.2 inches per year to the north, and 11 meters equals 433 inches, so 4,600 years x 0.2 inches per year, equals 920 inches, which is 23.368 meters. If over the last 4,600 years, the African Nubian tectonic plate moved at just half that speed, 0.1 inches per year, it would be dead center on the Great Pyramid.
If the building of the Great Pyramid (also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops) took twenty years, and was completed in 2,560 BC, as we have been told ad nauseam by the censorious academic orthodoxy and unscrupulous Egyptologists, how did the Egyptians know the extremely significant knowledge of constructing it on the latitude, which equals the speed of light?
As a side note, these so-called experts are the same insidious group of simpletons who would have you believe that the Great Pyramid was the tomb of Fourth Dynasty pharaoh Khufu. Yet not a single piece of evidence has ever been found to suggest the Great Pyramid was intended to serve as a tomb. In fact, researchers have never discovered any hieroglyphics or ancient text that links the Great Pyramid to a tomb.
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