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What are the dimensions of the Great Pyramid The Great Pyramid is composed of four triangular sides and a square base It covered an area of 13 acres The original height of the Great Pyramid was 485feet but due to erosion its height declined to 450 feet Each side of the square base is 7555 feet in length The angle of the pyramid is 51 degrees 51 minutesNow the Great Pyramid is built on a perfectlu level ground Its level is so exact that it varies less that 12 inches over the 13 acres says Max Thoth This is anamazing feat for the ancient surveyors and would have been difficult if not almost impossible to match even today with our advanced technology It consists of approximately 25 million blocks that weight from 2 tons to over 70 tons The blocks on the top of the pyramid are from the same site and timeperiod as those on the bottom The stones are cut so precisely that a credit card cannot fit between them No one knows if the builders deliberately orinadvertently left the capstone off but this will be discussed in Part Two Originally the Great Pyramid The Great Pyramid Decoded was covered with highly polished limestones that reflected the sunlight Peter Lemesurierstates in his book that the Great Pyramid cast a star light reflection on the desert floor which the Egyptians used to discern the seasons of the year and as aMax Toth points out in his book Pyramid that archaeologists believed that the copper tools of the Egyptians used during the estimated period the greatPyramid was built would be too soft for cutting the stones How these stones were cut is great mystery Even with todays technology the cutting of thesestones is an awesome task How these stones were transported and put into place is another mystery Now there are all types of theories about theconstruction of the Great pyramid but none of them
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