Keith Critchlow, professor of architecture and a leading expert in sacred architecture and geometry, was an invaluable help with his advice on decoding the plans using his new theory of proportion, with particular reference to his findings of harmonic relationships within the geometry of Glastonbury Abbey and ‘The Key of the Cosmos.’
From this I found a dimensional unit in the geometry within the Aubrey ring and the blue stone horseshoe that gave me a workable modular building block that in a 3x3 grid gave me a Pyramid Stage plan corresponding to a one hundredth part of the base area of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
On showing John Michell, Andrew Kerr and all at Worthy Farm my findings, they all agreed to the concept.
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