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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2020 5:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A Key Reference Pattern

Observe the following in the set of binary numbers.

9 -> Nine number places are recognized for notation of the binary numbers.
8 -> Next, symmetry occurs in a range of 8 places (right side).
9 -> '1' that initiates the ninth position involves all nine places.
8 -> Next, symmetry occurs in a range of 8 places (left side).
9 -> Last line (final number) with ''1' at both ends spans all 9 positions.

The pattern of 9 8 9 8 9 is a key reference.

Observe how the 'ennead reference' (012345679...) that was explained in earlier posts is involved here as it produced or involved 9 unique digits with digit 8 as significantly absent.

9 and 8 are sole digits involved within the reference pattern. The absent digit eight can be regarded as a 'negative inclusion'.

Binary Alternation

Observe in the reference (98989) that the digits 8 and 9 alternate like a binary pair (like 0 and 1 alternate in binary counting).

The two digits (8 and 9) in this context are used to demonstrate binary alternation. They suggest binary sequence, cycle, counting, progression and alternation that inform the observer to consider binary cycles (as a process?).

It can be regarded as a binary signature for an observer to recognize. The construct tests an observer's awareness and knowledge of binary methods. An observer who recognizes the signature might recognize there is more to explore. Others will not be aware.

Bisected Sides

A vertical indentation line bisects each side of Khufu's pyramid such that each side effectively has two halves (triangles) that demonstrate a symmetry of geometric reflection.

The bisected sides of the pyramid inform that the binary numbers that show 'parallel' symmetry should instead express geometric 'reflection'.

This informs that the entire right section (4 columns) of the set of binary digits must be horizontally flipped (rotated) to achieve geometric reflection.

The rotation changes symmetry in the set of binary numbers and also changes their numerical values. (Note that the changed values are not further discussed.)

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2020 6:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adjusted Set

The adjusted set of binary numbers has the finally correct symmetrical structure that is indicated by the bisected sides of the pyramid.

The adjusted set of binary digits can be rendered as a digital image in a
grid (9 columns x 17 rows) of regularly square units.

A spreadsheet or graph paper can be used to render the results.

The digits (zeros and ones) in the adjusted set represent respective positional squares in the grid.

Each digit '1' can be represented by its respective, solidly shaded unit square in the grid.

Each digit '0' then represents a null (or blank) square or position.

Consider:
'1' can represent anything and vice versa.
What is it? It is Ra.

Consider that one can be represented by ideas, geometric shapes, tones, sounds, points, angles, increments, arcs, et cetera.

While the possibilities are endless, a shaded square seems best in this case.

Render the (pixels?) image. Draw sides and a gable on it.

Compare the image with diagrams of the king's chamber and relieving chambers structures inside Khufu's pyramid.

www(dot)cheops-pyramide.ch
has such image of a diagram (accessed : 5 August 2020).

The 98989 Reference

Count the beams in each of the five tiers of the relieving chambers. Two will be reversed in relation to the reference to indicate a rotation (conceptually).

The relieving chambers structure is an information stack about the pyramids (plural) and beyond the greater complex at Giza..
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2020 2:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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About Symmetry

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A sequence of symmetry occurs (right side?) in 15 lines.
(Left side) symmetry occurs within the last two lines with terminal '1' at both ends and also at end in the left-four digits.

Line 16 -> 272 = 1000 1000 0 (symmetry to right)
Line 17 -> 289 = 1001 0000 1 ('1' as terminal digit)

A series or sequence of symmetry can be regarded to occur or proceed end to end (from right to left) in the set of 17 binary numbers.

This symmetry is fundamentally important and relevant.

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This is a correction because symmetry is to left in Line 16 and my note should have been

Line 16 -> 272 = 1000 1000 0 (symmetry to LEFT)
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2020 9:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Consider the rendered image and that the relieving chambers were concealed until 1837.

"We only about the stress-relieving chambers because in 1837 Howard Vyse had small tunnels dug and blasted...". ["The building of the great pyramid of Khufu (
Cheops) in Giza...". www(dot)cheops-pyramide.ch Accessed: 5 August 2020]

Original Guidance

Guidance for observers to perform conceptual tasks is commonly indicated in artifacts of ancient Egypt. Such guidance is represented in varied ways. The representations have been generally misunderstood by observer's today.

Consider for example a person drawn with two left hands is instructive because an observer must consider to rotate the incorrectly shown right hand by 180 degrees of angle to correctly show the right hand.

Also for example, in the tomb of Tutankhamun, consider the misaligned burial shrines in concept required to be rotated to achieve correct alignments. This is another example of informative guidance.

Observers in context where the image of two left hands are found must consider to rotate something that is not always physical in nature (as digits in the binary numbers demonstrate).

Also consider that the two left hands could be actual hands of corpses. Such a construct today might be regarded as bizarre but would effectively express the idea to rotate something.

The observer's task is then to discover or learn how and where the indicated rotation is applicable.

The ancient Egyptians left guidance to be found.

The observer must think conceptually about the informative elements that are found whether they are two left hands, misaligned burial shrines, broken corpses, extraneous body parts, wounds, three corpses in a sarcophagus or any number of seemingly bizarre constructs of ancient Egypt.

Projects were carefully planned and plans were followed. It is unlikely that workers on projects for the king and kingdom were grossly negligent or careless to have made errors as some people today deem them to have made..

Observers should consider that seemingly apparent errors are actually informative guidance because they are in most cases of ancient Egypt.

An observer must learn and answer. What does it mean?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 09, 2020 5:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Consider the rendered image and that the relieving chambers were concealed until 1837.

"We only about the stress-relieving chambers because in 1837 Howard Vyse had small tunnels dug and blasted...". ["The building of the great pyramid of Khufu (
Cheops) in Giza...". www(dot)cheops-pyramide.ch Accessed: 5 August 2020]
...

I quoted the above text incorrectly. The correct quote follows.

"We only know about the stress-relieving chambers because in 1837 Howard Vyse had small tunnels dug and blasted...".
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2020 7:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why that Image

The relieving chambers structure is invisible inside the pyramid of Khufu.
It was inaccessible and has been regarded since its discovery in 1837 by Howard Vyse as a structural support element to manage load forces in the pyramid.

Why would the Egyptians leave a digitized image of that structure?
The information to produce that image (as was demonstrated) is encoded using all structures (pyramids, boat pits, temple structures) in the greater complex in Giza.

The effort to encode the that information is monumental and extreme in the history of human efforts.

Consider that the structures could never have been seen or accidentally known as they were closed from access. Vyse used explosives to discover them (not wise but it worked out favorably for Vyse).

The structure is only visible if a diagram of it is made as Howard Vyse made.

The digitized image then strongly affirms the presence and discovery of digital information. Image of the enclosed relieving chambers structure is a demonstrative sample of such digital information.

The image and the physical structure for comparison are apparently meant to expose the presence of digital information to an observer.

The digital image makes the observer aware that encryption and a procedure to decrypt the image (information) are correctly recognized.

The procedure and references to render the image of the relieving chambers structure are technically too precisely related and formulated to allow claim that the image that is produced is fraudulent or accidental.

The constructed reference is instructive and self-affirmative by evidence of the physical structure against which to compare the rendered image.

Also consider that the relieving structure is deeply inside the pyramid where it is least exposed to weather and deterioration. It is enclosed to endure for long even as the external structure of the pyramid deteriorates.

Again, the digitized image affirms and confirms the recognition that digitized information is present.

It also can be considered to be like a greeting to an observer. It can be regarded as a 'hello' from the ancient Egyptians to the observer's who find the constructs.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2020 10:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Reference Refined

The image also informs that the structure is fundamentally more important than its suspected role as an element to manage load forces.

The greater complex of three large pyramids encodes an image of a structure that is inside the pyramid of Khufu. This alone suggests that the structure is of some great importance.

The image is one aspect of information that the binary numbers produce.
There is also the alternated reference '98989' that is obtained from working with the set of binary digits.

'9,8,9,8,9' as a reference pattern relates directly to the counts of stone beams in the five tiers of the relieving chambers.

The five tiers from lower (tier 1) to upper (tier 5) has counts: 9, 8, 9, 9, 8.

In Comparison:
-> 9 8 9 [ 8 9 ] as a reference from the set of binary numbers
-> 9 8 9 [ 9 8 ] in the tiers (by count of stone beams)

Observe that to obtain equality, the last two digits in one of the references has to be rotated or positionally reversed.

This indicates a rotation similarly as did the bisected sides of the pyramid and also refers to the hidden relieving chambers structure by counts of stone and their order in the structure.

The digital image is produced from the set of binary numbers.
Also, the set of binary numbers yields the counts of stone beams in the five tiers of the relieving chambers.

The counts of beams in the tiers is an additional reference to the relieving structure.
If there was doubt about the image by itself, the counts supportively validate that the image is related to the physical structure.
The counts also provide additional detail with which in reference to refine the rendered image.

The set of binary numbers yields an image of the physical structure inside the pyramid and also provides detailed counts for beams in that physical structure.

The count references also give informative guidance about a rotation that is to be recognized.

Information Stack

Finally here, I will note that the relieving chambers structure is an information stack but I will not try explain it as it is complexly detailed.


I think the digital image serves sufficiently to expose that there is unknown information to be recognized and found in ancient Egyptian artifacts.

I also think it should sufficiently inform that every and any item of any size that is disturbed or removed without proper study and documentation is potentially a catastrophic loss of ancient information.

Ancient Egypt had digital information. We today are recently caught up again in what is our information age. What else was missed? What damage has been done by looting and what awaits to be found?

There is information. Study it.
Those who prefer hieroglyphs or cuneiform text, it awaits (according to samples I have glimpsed). There seems to be in Egypt several thousand years of digitally packaged information.

You want to know how they moved large stone blocks, I suspect the information is near. Consider what could possibly be done with development of five hundred years of digital information. We today have had about a century. They had more than a millennium of digital information since Khufu.

There seems to be much that awaits to be lost or found to be studied.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2020 7:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Consider to recognize the following information but do not overly simplify.

The statuette and flail

I posted elsewhere in this forum that the well known statuette of Khufu is a 'key' to the pyramid of Khufu and noted that the significant informative element is the royal flail that the statuette figure holds.

It is important to recognize the royal flail as the device it is and to learn how it functions. I attempted to explain in earlier posts.

Consider that a key does not need to be as large as the house it unlocks. The small statuette is not minor in significance.

(Yes, I am intentionally vague here because it is not simple and there is much that the reference involves to be learned.)

Structure References

Also consider that structures can be indicated by numbers.

5 - walls of the burial chamber contain five courses of blocks. Five indicates a chamber.

8 - walls of the vaulted ascending passage contain eight courses. Eight indicates an inclined chamber. The vaulted structure makes easier to count the courses from below.
This relates to counts of stones in tiers of the relieving chambers

9 - the floor of the burial chamber in Vyse's diagram contains a count of nine stones or parts. Nine pertains to level floor structures.
This also relates to stones in tiers of the relieving chambers.

By these references, the relieving chambers give a rudimentary idea about the internal structure of the pyramid of Khufu. Other references supplement and refine the initially basic construct.

The Sarcophagus and Block

The granite sarcophagus in the burial chamber of Khufu is not a sarcophagus. It is a reference element.

Consider the 'sarcophagus' and the stone block that was (or is) in the burial chamber of Khufu's pyramid.

The sarcophagus has or had in it a faint image of a bow (one bound captive). Another reason people should not be allowed to climb all over artifacts. They don't see to know what is being destroyed.

These leads should be helpful to those who consider to study the pyramid's reference constructs. It is an amazing structure that is key to much (if not all) of ancient Egypt and it should be studied. It possibly might offer a window in time onto ancient Egypt.

The pyramid is more than stone.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2020 7:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Consider what the sarcophagus and stone block in the king's chamber inform to be known. They work together to be informative.

The ancient Egyptian designs require the observer to think. The answers are there.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 15, 2020 7:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

29. About Obelisks

I came across a website which noted that obelisks have no practical function except as memorial or commemorative objects.

I found in study that obelisks have multiple practical functions that remain to be recognized. Meanwhile, ignorance about obelisks has allowed great damage to occur. I will try here to expose a minor informative aspect of obelisks.

I recommend another website with basic information about
"Obelisks in Amun Temple". [www.obelisks.org/en/Karnak.htm]
that might be helpful to consider some things that I note in the text that follows.

Digital information was encoded within obelisks at Karnak. This can be related to preceding posts in this thread about informative constructs.

I offer here only a minor sample of a digital binary signature in Amun Temple at Karnak.

An Obelisk Construct in Amun Temple

From a distance, Am obelisk of Hatshepsut and an obelisk of Thutmose I (father of Hatshepsut) appear to stand one at right and the other at left as if elements in a paired set. (See www.ancient.eu/image/6008 for visual reference.)

In near proximity, each obelisk is found separately located and stands alone as the remainder of an original pair.

The left pillar and right pedestal remain of Hatshepsut's pair.
For example: || __

The right pillar and left pedestal remain from the pair of Thutmose I.
For example: __ ||

There is an inscription on the obelisk of Hatshepsut that shows three obelisks ( like III ). (See the website noted for "Obelisks in Amun Temple".)

These references form and express a digital binary construct as follows.

A standing pillar in the temple of Amun represented the digit '1' as in binary notation.

Example: __ || represents 01 = value 1 in binary notation
Example: || __ represents 10 = value 2 in binary notation

The two pillars as seen from a distance appear as if together in a paired set and demonstrate binary notation for 11 = value 3.

The unusual inscription that shows three obelisks in inscription on the pillar of Hatshepsut affirms the constructed reference that two obelisks (pillars) represent the binary notation 11 that is equal to value 3.

The inscription shows three obelisks to represent the value 3 by simple count of strokes.
The value 3 equals two pillars as if they were binary notation of the value 3.

(inscription) III = (2 pillars) = 11 (binary) = 3 (value)

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Third-Parts Reference

Additionally (as demonstrated earlier in this thread), a short stroke can represent the fractional value (1/1) that Osiris represents.

In binary notation, Osiris is conceptually the number-place, position or representative digit in that place that represents the value (1/1) . In concept, the value position (place) is on right side of the decimal point between integral and fractional values. Fractional '1' is a concept.

Example: binary (.11) = (1/1) + (1/2) = (1/3)

Observe in the example that there are two digits '1' in .11 that must be conceptually different values of '1' because the first position on right side of the decimal point does not exist or occur in standard binary notation. Th is a conceptual position.

Binary notation has value positions as
< - - (Two), (One) . (Half), (Quarter) - - >

There is no position in binary notation in the fractional part to represent the conceptual value (1/1). Such position must be contrived as it is needed.

It was demonstrated earlier in this thread how a relatively short stroke or short mark was used in ancient Egypt to indicate or represent (1/1) 'Osiris'.

A pedestal base with no obelisk (or with a fallen obelisk) that represents a short stroke or mark in the correct position therefore can represent (1/1).

Dependent on where an observer stands in the temple of Amun, the remnants of Hatshepsut's obelisks and those of her father's can represent a short stroke (pedestal base) at left next to a normal stroke (tall obelisk) at right to demonstrate the value (1/3) one-third.

Third-Parts

The one-third reference is important because it indicates, associates and identifies each the father and daughter as to have or represent the value of one-third part.

There are three kings named Thutmose related to Hatshepsut.
Thutmose I (her father), Thutmose II (her spouse) and Thutmose III is recognized as her stepson. Each a male pharaoh represents a third-part (1 of 3). Then in the constructed reference, Hatshepsut is indicated as an additional third-part.

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'Four Third-Parts' Reference

The obelisk references inform that the four figures each represent a third-part and that together in total, they represent four third-parts.

Earlier posts in this thread explained that the 'Four Third-Parts' reference is the ennead reference in which 4 is the exponent of the base value (1/3). It is a fundamental signature reference in ancient Egypt's dynastic period.

[ (1/3) x (1/3) x (1/3) x (1/3) = 0.01234567901...]

Similarly as with the constructed references of the pyramids at Giza and also with those within the tomb of Tutankhamun, the obelisk references of Hatshepsut and those of her father (both together in the temple of Amun at Karnak) encode and express the 'Four Third-Parts' reference, ennead reference, binary signatures, use of number bases two and ten, and more.

These are apparently preliminary and preparatory references as if to inform about what language is to be spoken for a conversation that is to begin.

Damage Done

There were many obelisks erected in the temple of Amun (at Karnak). Many were found inexplicably fallen. All (erect and fallen) were elements within informative constructs. They were constructed references.

Many ancient Egyptian obelisks were carted away to be displayed as trophies and trinkets to show political power and wealth. Also, items in the temple have been shifted and displaced from original locations and positions.

Not knowing where each item stood or came to rest after having (fallen?), the greater digital information that was constructed at Karnak is forever lost. The original composition was disrupted and is gone.

Scattered obelisks are now artifacts with value as curious aesthetic ancient art while their informative value as key elements in greater constructs is never to be restored or recovered. This is certain and a cautionary lesson for things yet to be discovered.

The exact losses likely will never be known but greatness of the losses is easy to recognize.

The obelisks had and those that remain stillhave practical functionality and value.
There is an important question that hangs over all these things of ancient Egyptian (or ancient anywhere).

Will we recognize the greater design before we dismantle all the informative constructs?
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I think the following should also be considered about the obelisk of Hatshepsut that remains in the temple of Amun at Karnak.

The thematic constructi of a processional caravan that leads into the tomb of Tutankhamun was explainidd earlier in this thread.

In that explanation, I noted that the divide between the real world and a depicted realm in painted images capparently was considered to be conceptually transitionable as if things from reality were considered to pass between the real and depicted..

Recognition of this conception seems to be applicable to the obelisk of Hatshepsut.

The stone obelisk is a real object with an inscription that includes three obelisks on its side.

The idea to merge reality with imagery seems to apply in that the real obelisk and inscribed obelisks can or perhaps should be considered as equal conceptual objects (references). Whether real or inscribed, equally they are all obelisks:

In this consideration, the construct of one large obelisk that looms over three smaller ones can be observed.

Such constructed reference is similar to that off the large pyramid of Khufu that looms over its three subsidiary pyramids. The pyramid of Menkaure also looms over its three smaller pyramids.

Recall that the constructed reference of one large pyramid (in major position) over three smaller (in minor position) represented one-third as a reference and value.

The obelisk of Hatshepsut with its three inscribed obelisks seems to be an equivalent construct to yield the reference (one of three) and value of one-third.

This appears to be a redundant reference to indicate and inform that Hatshepsut is associated by the construct to represent one third-part.

The construct is redundant because the indication of one-third can be informed by the empty base and erect obelisk in pair. The empty base viewed on left side of the pillar would indicate one-third as if in binary notation.

I think this is important to observe because some constructed references ignore conceptual separations between the objects and depictions.

Depictions in some contexts are to be considered as if they were reality.
The constructs (constructed references) can be extremely complex.
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The construct of obelisk references of Hatshepsut and Thutmose I in the temple of Amun at Karnak involves two pairs with four positions for obelisks..

The empty base is at left with a pillar at right in the paired set for Thutmose I.
The empty base is at right with a pillar at left in the paired set for Hatshepsut.

Consider that the constructed reference has places for four obelisks and that three numbers are expressed as follows.

Observe:

__ || - for Thutmose I, equals binary notation 01 for value 1.

|| __ - for Hatshepsut equals binary notation 10 for value 2.

Binary notation 11 for value 3 is indicated by the two pillars that from afar appear as if together.

The pillar of Hatshepsut also indicates value 3 by three obelisks in its inscription.

Three values (1, 2, 3) are given with four obelisk positions (places) to indicate a numerical sequence that is to be completed. Consider: [_1_, _2_, _3_, _?_]

Solution

The pattern [that I = 1, I = 2 and (II or III) = 3] is only reconciled with binary notation.

Given the numbers (1,2,3) to address four obelisk places indicates a construct that requires to complete the sequence with (1, 2, 3, 4).

Binary notation by the digit '1' to equal and represent the number four (as in binary '100') completes the construct..

The solution that results in binary notation (001, 010, 011, 100) can be simply noted as (1, 1, 11, 1)..

Observe in the solution that the digit '1' alone is in three of the four positional places in the constructed reference. The three single digits and their positions can be regarded to be correctly identified as the correct elements that complete the construct as affirmed by the inscribed image of three obelisks

Number Place-Values

The construct of obelisks forces binary notation to be recognized which forces recognition that place-value method must be used..

Ancient Egypt still today has not been recognized to have had any conception of number place-value. This indicates otherwise.

In Tutankhamun's Tomb

Observe that the obelisk construct at Karnak presents the following references.

1 obelisk (pillar of Thutmose I)
1 obelisk (pillar of Hatshepsut)
2 obelisks (both in distant view)
3 obelisks (inscribed on pillar of Hatshepsut)

This constructed reference (1, 1, 2, 3) similarly occurs in the tomb of Tutankhamun where the four niches were each covered with a different number of pieces of limestone.

1 covered the south niche
1 covered the east niche
2 covered the north niche
3 covered the west niche

The obelisk construct at Karnak and niche construct in the tomb of Tutankhamun both involve similarly equal references that both produce the numbers one to four expressed in binary notation.

The reference was constructed in two separate locations and contexts across severall reigns and centuries. Among the information is that ancient Egyptians knew about andin fact actively used number place-value in contradiction to the generally accepted position that they had no conception of such method.
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30. The Egg

The reference (1, 2, 3, 1) as explained occurs with the obelisks at Karnak and in the tomb of Tutankhamun because it has applicable relevance.

In the burial chamber of Tutankhamun, the counts of niche covers (1, 2, 3, 1) with counts of the processional figures that appear distinctly grouped in the east wall's mural serve as multiplication factors.

The east wall's mural has five groups of figures (1, 2, 2, 2, 5) shown as bearers who pull the funerary sled.

The figures are correctly counted from rear to front of the procession. This has significance that will be explained later in this note.

Each niche multiplies counts of the groups to produce a set of four serial images.
For example: [set (1, 2, 2, 2, 5) x (niche value 2)] produces set (2, 4, 4, 4, 10).

The value in each set is then rendered in binary notation. Digits '1' are here rendered as the letters O and X . Two letters are used for better clarity.

Digits zero that indicate null or blank elements are represented by dots to more accurately align text elements to demonstrate the four images.

Observe that the constructed reference produces only the left half of each image.
The right half is rendered by mirror symmetry. The pyramid of Khufu (as was explained in this thread) informs about mirror symmetry and that its guidance informs to apply mirror symmetry. The guidance is applicable in the tomb of Tutankhamun more than a millennium after the time of Khufu.

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