Step 1: Take the Pyramid. Step 2: Put a glass dome over it in such way that the tip of the Pyramid is just touching the dome. The dome will be half under ground level and half above ground level.


Step 3: Look from above and notice how the corner edges of the Pyramid are sticking out the dome. You now have a circle with a circumference identical to the perimeter of the square. You have 'squared the circle'.

Great Pyramid and Squaring the Circle

In short the above is showing that the base of the Great Pyramid defines a square and the height of the Great Pyramid defines a circle, whereby the perimeter of the square is identical to the circumference of the circle. Isn't that fascinating?