Samuel Laboy

Samuel Laboy was born in Lajas, Puerto Rico. He obtained his degree in Civil Engineering at the College of Engineers and Mechanical Arts in the city of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. He received in 1970 his Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the Oklahoma State University, at Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA.

Laboy dedicated his professional career to work in the Public Service in the Government of Puerto Rico. While in the Public Service, he received in three occasions (1976, 1984 and 1990), the highest-ranking award granted by the Government of Puerto Rico to their employees, the Manuel A. Pérez Award. Besides, in his particular time, Laboy  received three patents from the United States Patent Office, Washington, D. C., for his inventions. He received a patent for the invention of a portable bridge structure, a patent for the invention of a soil classification device, and a patent for the invention of a guitar-teaching device, useful for guitar players, teachers, and students. Engineer Laboy is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE). He is also a member of the College of Engineers and Surveyors of Puerto Rico and is listed in the Best of Who's Who in Puerto Rico.

However, Laboy’s main studies and investigations during the last 40 years have been devoted to the geometrical design of the Great (Khufu) Pyramid in Egypt. He is the Author of the book "La Gran Pirámide y su Geometría", published in 1982. In this book, he presented for the first time his theory about the geometric design of the Great Pyramid.

At this time, Laboy presents his second and third book in English, about the pyramids, "A Civil Engineer looks at the Great Pyramid ", and its "Supplement". In these books, he reveals his new findings and discoveries as a result of his serious, profound, and comprehensive analysis in this field, for so many years. Laboy’s states that the geometrical design of the Great Pyramid follows a dimensionless geometrical design created by his designed symbol, which he called the Perfect Symbol. He explains that this is not a theory, it is a fact, something real that anyone can do and get the equal results.