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The Pyramid Cult.

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posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 07:32 AM
Having looked at the various angles of astral projection relating to the Great Pyramid in recent threads i want to conclude this study by considering how it all worked in terms of the associated religious symbolism.

In concluding that the elevation of G-Crux was an important aspect in determining the various 26 degree angles found in the Great Pyramid and the corresponding 26 degree angle of elevation achieved by the overall height of the pyramid one really needs to look at the symbolism of the constellation Crux.

It can readily be seen that when due South Crux appears central within the Milky way connecting the Eastern and Western horizons, that the configuration of Crux resembles the manner in which the crook and flail are held by Osiris, during this period though those were the attributes of Andjety whom Osiris later assimilated.

Much of the time Anedjti was identified with Osiris, who inherited his attributes from him. Osiris also appears to have adopted his role as king of the earth from the myth of Anedjti's origin as an earthly ruler

[Coffin Text (CT) V-385].... I immerse the waterways as Osiris,Lord of corruption,as Adjety,bull of vultures.

What is known is Andjety's relationship to waterways and immersion within them, indeed Andjety is considered to have been a Deity of the waterways of the 9th nome of Egypt, and this immersion is reflected in Crux within the Milky way. Andjety was also related to Busiris or Djedu, were the mysteries relating to the Djed column were celebrated in which of course the arms holding crook and flail can be important element.

Through these associations then we can consider that Crux seen due South was an important aspect of a vertical delineation projected on the Southern horizon incorporating astral and solar symbolism. We can take into account the basic symbolism of the cross and four directions relating to the four pillars of stability which supported the world and are also represented in the Djed column.

Very often in Djed column symbolism we also see Isis and Nephtys either side of it or these in the form of two kites, again these relate to Adjety's immersion within the river;

[CT IV-331] ..............O Thoth vindicate Osiris against his foes in :--- the great tribunal which is in the two banks of the kite on the night of the drowning of the great god in Andjety.

[CT I-255]............... "Oh Horus Lord of Life,fare downstream and upstream from Andjety,make inspection of those who are in Djedu,come and go in Rosetau,clear the vision of those who are in the underworld.Farer upstream from Rosetau to Abydos,the primeval place of the Lord of All

The solar disc is also a key element of the Djed column and to have any relationship to the angle of elevation of Crux at 26 degrees it would have to be considered at it's lowest Mid-Winter elevation at around 36 degrees, thus the arms of Crux could be seen to reach up to that position which the Sun would hold at the point of it's annual rebirth, though of course the astral and solar elements could not be seen at the same time.

In terms of the Great Pyramid the Grand Gallery while projecting upward at 26 degrees due to it's relative placement within the pyramid projects to a star of Centauri directly above Crux at 33.5 degrees, the ceiling level of the Grand Gallery would be projecting to around 36 degrees and the angle of elevation of the Mid-winter solstice.

The overall concern then is with relating to the angles of elevation of astral and solar observation due South and North, the establishment of order as personified in the Was sceptre which has mounted upon it the head of Set, order through the plumb line.

Busiris came to be called Djedu. Osiris of Djedu was a god of birth and rebirth, of fertility like Anedjti whom he assimilated and he took on the ancient god's insignia, the flail and the shepherd's crook,which, early on, was well established as a symbol of worldly rule:

[PT 614] :..............." Horus has revived you in this your name of Andjety

It is the establishment of order at the cosmological level which determines the right to rule and hold the Was scepter and it is this power of command then that facilitates resurrection, and this of course was represented through the pyramid construction.

King Sneferu of the 4th dynasty, builder of the first true pyramid, is shown wearing the crown of Andjety. In the Pyramid texts the king's power is associated with Andjety.

So there we are then the reason for astral alignments and the importance of accuracy..

posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 08:11 AM
nice pics..but the shafts weren´t used for star observation, as said in the other threads..
" all shafts, in the QC or the KC are angled, those of the QC in multiple ways. They were not open to the outside.
Never, ever could they have been used for any star observation. "

posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 08:34 AM
a reply to: anti72

No you couldn't use them for observation, but what they did was note angles of elevation of key stars due North and South in the sense of establishing a plumb line upon which the pyramid is centred. It is important to realize their concern with such angles and how those could also relate to degrees of elevation of the Sun over the course of the year, as i noted the ceiling of the grand gallery would be projecting to the Sun at it's lowest at Mid-Winter.

Orion during the Old Kingdom was related to the cult of Sokar the primary Deity of the Necropolis of Rostau/Giza and the Sokar festival of Khoiak culminating in the raising of the Djed column, it can be noted that when Orion is due South then Crux in the SE would not be upright but laying at an angle, as Orion passes into the West Crux becomes upright due South, so there would be observed sequences involved over the year.

This is the only way to understand the nice pictures...

posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 08:53 AM
a reply to: Kantzveldt

So if this is true, how did they build them with such precision at that size? Pretty damn accurate if true....

ETA: Thanks for posting an actual thread with details....They are rare now a days, just wanted to give Kudos..
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posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 09:11 AM
a reply to: Chrisfishenstein

They used stellar alignments to establish due North in terms of a plumb line imagined describing the vertical alignment of Kochab and Mizar as explained here, what i've looked at here is similar concerns seen due South, with a vertical alignment of G-Crux and Y-Centauri, were the passageway of the grand gallery projects to y-Centauri and it's upper height the angle of the Mid-winter Sun.

Of course with Southerly alignments one can factor in the relative position of the sun by day so Y-Centauri achieved an elevation of 33.5 degrees and the Sun at it's lowest elevation was at around 36 degrees, so you use such observations as the basic ordering of religious symbolism.

To maintain accuracy on such a grand scale is of course difficult but there were religious obligations for doing so.
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posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 09:14 AM
a reply to: Kantzveldt

Man....Excellent thread and excellent answers! I don't know enough about it to dispute but sounds like it could easily happen that way....Well, not easily...That would have been one daunting task! Especially in that size! That is incredible if true, REALLY!

ETA: one more question if I may....How were they able to see that far out way back then to know precisely how to build the pyramid?
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posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 10:38 AM
Edit: Never mind
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posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 12:09 PM
The Djed represents the human spine, Jacob's Ladder, or spine of Osiris (a god). From its (Kundalini) power the Djedi (magician) could perform his works of wonder.

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posted on Aug, 10 2015 @ 12:55 PM
a reply to: MerkabaMeditation

It does represent the spine, that's why it can be seen on the back of coffins, but also it represented the spine of the cosmos as it were in terms of the Celestial associations.

posted on Aug, 11 2015 @ 12:48 AM
The word PYRAMID actually refers to OBELISKS.

posted on Aug, 11 2015 @ 12:50 AM

originally posted by: SONOFTHEMORNING
The word PYRAMID actually refers to OBELISKS.

Uh, no, it doesn't.

posted on Aug, 11 2015 @ 05:21 PM

originally posted by: SONOFTHEMORNING
The word PYRAMID actually refers to OBELISKS.

Actually, it's believed that the word refers to certain Greek cakes, if not pyramids.


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