posted on Oct, 20 2007 @ 11:37 AM
reply to post by BuzzingOn
Hello Scott, a be-lated Welcome to you. I sure hope to see more posts discussing your Giza beliefs.
SC: Thank you - much appreciated.
I was wondering what it is that makes you believe that the AEs didn't know enough about mathematics and astronomy for them to be able to
encode information into their pyramid groundplan?
SC: Firstly, the prevailing view from 'orthodox' Egytpology tells us that there was unequiviocally, categorically NO OVERALL PLAN for the
arrangement of the monuments at Giza. We are told that each structure was considered in isolation and that the only relationship each pyramid had
with anything else was only with what had gone before.
Secondly, there is an ongoing argument as to whether the AEs were aware of the ratio of a circle's diameter to its circumference. Some Egyptologists
believe the AEs did understand this whilst others disagree. What seems quite certain, however, is that even if the AEs did indeed understand such a
ratio, they categorically would not have been able to express it (i.e. Pi) as a decimal fraction (3.14) - even though they used a decimal number
With all the deciphered hieroglyphics they etched it would seem that the AEs knew, learned and understood quite a bit or is it your belief that
they were given "information" by a higher entity like Extraterrestrials but never really understood it, yet were able to apply it in their designs?
SC: Extraterrestrials? Absolutely not !!
You will find that the pyramids at Giza are devoid of any such hieroglyphs (with the exception of some workers' graffitti). It is my considered
opinion that the structures were intentionally built devoid of any such hieroglyphic inscriptions in order to FORCE future civilisations to look
eleswhere for their true meaning i.e. at the very ARRANGEMENT of the structures - as I have done.
Also, if the AEs were unaware of such an encoding placed into the groundplan then do you think that this information was then never meant to be
discovered by man later on
SC: No - I believe it is unfortunate that the AEs of the 4th Dynasty who built the pyramids at Giza did not discover the deeper meaning in the
groundplan. But this is entitrely understandable since their mathematical and astronomical understanding was ill-equipped to do so. In building the
structures at Giza they used a template - a small scale model - that was passed down to them from a much earlier 'Lost Civilisation'.
...and now that it [information] has been what do you think it can teach us? A star map of some sort or information for ETs only?
SC: I have shown my interpretation of what the Giza groundplan means. You can see tis here: