I honestly believe Scott Onstott has produced some remarkable findings with his "Secrets in Plain Sight" article.

He analyzed the Yard measurement and theorized that the ancient Egyptians employed a measure that was developed during a period before our planet was pushed off its axis. It is quite mind blowing and he has math to back it up.
My jaw dropped recently regarding something that has been encoded in the Great Pyramid. I have studied the Great Pyramid for years but didn’t notice this profound secret in plain sight until a gentleman named Ray illuminated me with his website, The Pyramid and the Yard.

The Great Pyramid has a base perimeter of 1,007.7 yards, as measured by Sir Flinders Petrie in 1883 and confirmed by J.H. Cole in 1925. Ray essentially asked, “What if this was meant to be 1,000 yards exactly?” In other words, suppose for a moment that our modern definition of the yard is off by a paltry 0.77%. Couldn’t our yardsticks have lost less than a third of an inch over the millennia?

Could the yard be much older than we think?
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