The Abducted Preceptor
The Abducted Preceptor  

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Theories
Speed of Light
If r is 23038, and represents the length of the pyramid's side, then in meters it is 230.38. Then it matches up with being the approximate length of the sides of the Great Pyramid^{[1]}
If r is 23038 cm, then it is the diameter of the inner circle. If i is the circumference then, i is ~72376.0115534 cm
Using Pythagorean theorem, we can use r to find the hypotenuse length (corner to corner of the pyramid) which will give us the diameter of the larger circle. This is 32580.65.
As with the smaller, circle, we will use this to find the circumference of the larger. If e is the circumference, then e is ~102355.130689 cm.
Subtract i from e and you get ~29979.1191358. The speed of light is ~2997924568 m/s. Reference^{[2]}
"Number Line" "Equations"
If the above is true, we can deduce a correlation with the "equations" at the bottom right of the image. This does not assume what u means. u could be a specific unit. u could have a value not yet determined.
 Top line
If r is 23038, then 2r=46076. The arrow then points toward (2r/100)u. This would be (460.76)u. This could mean 460.76 of some undetermined unit. It could also mean we need to find a value for u to multiply by 460.76. If true, then u=(x/460.76)
 Middle line
As above, we have concluded that ei roughly equals the speed of light. The middle line seems to hint at that equation, as it has an arrow going from e to i. From there, it goes to (y)u. y is yet to be determined to simply be a unit or have a value, same with u. If it is in fact the speed of light (we'll use S), (y)u=s. A common equation for the speed of light is λν = c
 Bottom line
If (y)u is related to the speed of light, then t must be also related to it in some way as the arrow goes directly to it. Without knowing the values/unit represented by y or u, this cannot be confirmed.
Variable t
Following the theme of light/speed of light, it's possible to think that t represents the ecliptic plane^{[3]} after referencing this image.
If this is the case, a value could be applied to t as distance or possibly time. Although unconfirmed, a possible value for distance could be distance to the sun, which is approximately 92,960,000 miles^{[4]}. A possible value for time could be the time is takes for light to reach earth (or the pyramid) from the sun. This value would be about 8 minutes, and would have a close relationship to the speed of light theme.
Another possibility could be that t is related to the coordinates of the great pyramid, 29.9792° N, 31.1344° E. The north coordinate is almost right on with the speed of light (~2997924568 m/s).
Variable u
u is the only variable to occur on all the of the "number lines," not occur in the pyramid diagram, and it the sole value corresponding to the top right diagram of three circles. As we are still unsure if u is a specific value or unit, it's difficult to hypothesize a specific value as we have been able to for r, t, e, and i. Some sort of relation to u being the sun would fit best with the theme of light/speed of light (and also that it is represented by a solid sphere, with a ring around it possibly indicating something orbiting it).
The shadow being casted through the three rings could indicate the correct value for u. However, since there are three rings and three "number lines" it is possible that each ring represents a different value for each "number line." To back this idea up, we can see that one ring has 360 notches, while the other two have exactly 60. One of the number lines also different from the other two, as the equation on the top line is (2r/100)u, while the other two contain the equation (y)u. If this is correct, then it'd be resonable to assume that (2r/100)u (or 460.76u) is related to the outer ring with 360 notches, and the highlighted notches can be used to understand what 460.76u means. Same as with the other two rings and understanding exactly what (y)u means.
Ark of the Covenant
The t line running through the pyramid figure does not appear to go directly through the center, but rather slightly off center. As can be seen in the image to the right, the king's chamber is also slightly off center. The t line could be running directly through it (as also pictured in the ecliptic plane image above).
It's been theorized^{[5]} that the ark of the covenant once lay inside of the coffer in the king's chamber. There have been measurements^{[6]} made to verify this claim.
Additional Resources
Recently came across this PDF written by Derek Skhane. Has lots of numerical values of the Great Pyramid and some maths showing their relations to certain theoretical and mathematical concepts. I haven't had a chance to go over the entire PDF, so I'm not sure if the information in it has any implications for solving this image. I will try to make time to go through it but if you want to have a look, the link is below. If you don't want to download the ZIP, just google "great pyramid repository of knowledge" and you should find the PDF in the first result.
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Link: File:derek.zip
Links and References
 ↑ http://www.gizapyramid.com/measurements.htm  approximate length of the sides of the Great Pyramid
 ↑ http://blog.worldmysteries.com/science/thegreatpyramidandthespeedoflight/  The Great Pyramid and the Speed of Light
 ↑ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecliptic  Ecliptic  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 ↑ http://www.catchpenny.org/pyramid.html  Amazing Pyramid *Facts*
 ↑ http://www.solomonstemple.com/2010/09/theconnectionbetweenthepyramidandthearkofthecovenant/  The connection between the Pyramid and the Ark of the Covennant
 ↑ http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/didthegreatpyramidssarcophagusholdthearkofthecovenant  Did the great Pyramids Sarcophagus hold the Ark of the covenant?
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