I found the file of the pyramid info that Professor Scot Nelson had talked about (actually it was uploaded to a Yahoo groups file on the Rodin Cell). Although I don't agree with the findings as presented, I do believe there is some pretty amazing geometry going on with the pyramid, and it begins to explain so many of the "energy" properties that the pyramid contains. Since I have no idea how to attach files to threads (if this board even allows it) I will have to try to surmise the concept.
In short, this is the culmination of his findings. The big grid obviously represents the view of the pyramid from the top down. The symbol that he used as the "Seal of Solomon" is how he derived his findings. In short, the symbol came from the book "The Keys of Enoch" by J.J. Hurtak which had a number sequence across the top of the symbol as 1.3.1 and across the bottom as 9.1.9 with the 9's interchanging with 1's.
Aside from this, the interesting thing is that the numbers of the toroid grid align perfectly with the pyramid faces, and the diagonals of the pyramid aligning perfectly with only the vertical and horizontal lines through the grid.
The area I have a hard time with is calling the capstone 1. By every conceivable possibility that I see, it is definitely a 2. However, I think there is some validity to these findings as I believe the cap stone is missing from the Great Pyramid for a reason. The interesting part is that the diagonals of the pyramid are not physical properties anyway - a corner (whether inside or outside) is not really a physical object - it is an intersection. The manifestation of these numbers outside the edges of the pyramid makes more sense to me then the actual pyramid face itself. My personal thought is that the angles of the pyramid mark a boundary line so that 4 other pyramids could all touch at the apex of the Great Pyramid (for a total of 5) with each face in contact with one face of the other 4. This would create a very specific energy point at the apex, that would most likely manifest in this dimension. I believe if you take the image in the book, assume the diamond is the base of the pyramid, and the remaining pyramids make the sides of the other 4 pyramids, when they are folded along the base line of the pyramid, you are getting closer tothe interpretation of this symbol. Anyway, getting off track....
Check the numbers. There are no exceptions or mistakes. I think of interest, the numbers near the top start to create some interesting patterns, especially with the 3-9-6 and the 5. I think this is approaching the true "squaring of the circle".