posted on Oct, 5 2007 @ 02:37 PM
reply to post by justyc
does it not seem a little odd that if the great pyramid was to be the final result
SC: No – more accurately I theorise that the completion of ALL 11 Gizamids was the desired final result, not solely the completion of the Great
…to serve as a warning to mankind in the future (if i understand you correctly) then why didn't they inscribe anything on the inside of it
knowing it might be found if the pyramid was ever opened?
SC: A couple of reasons why this would not have been desirable.
1) The information is being passed down in the arrangement of monuments that have been built so large that they would last for tens of thousands of
years. As the old Arab proverb goes: “Man fears time but time fears the Pyramids”. If any significant inscriptions had
been made INSIDE
or OUTSIDE the pyramids at Giza these would only serve to take our eye off the ball. In other words, if there are no significant inscriptions, where
else can we look for information? The obvious answer is in the arrangement
of the structures themselves. And this is what I have done.
2) What language would such inscriptions use? We have only relatively recently been able to translate hieroglyphs and only thanks to having a head
start with the discovery of the Rosetta Stone. The use of mathematics and astronomy, however, is a universal ‘language’ that transcends all
cultures and civilisations, hence its use in the layout of the Giza groundplan. Certainly different cultures/civilisations will have different levels
of understanding but abstract concepts such as Pi (the ratio of a circle’s diameter to its circumference) will always remain the same although its
actual expression may differ. Abstract concepts such as Pi and the movement of the stars are not ethnocentric – they would be the same for all
surely a backup plan to explain more would be better in case mankind 'didn't get' the reason the pyramid was built?
SC: The Giza Precession Wheel or ‘Doomsday Clock’ encodes its dates using two different means. By marking the maximum and minimum culmination of
the Orion Belt stars with the relatively placement of the so-called ‘Queens Pyramids’ we are being given a visual clue to the ‘danger times’.
This visual clue is not, however, as accurate as the second means which uses the azimuth of Menkaure which aligns with its celestial counterpart, the
Orion Belt star Mintaka, c.10,550BC. Specific ‘date lines’ are also offered using the intersection of the Queens and Cult pyramids.
how would you explain the lower room which appears unfinished if the pyramid was complete?
SC: That there are chambers built into the pyramid structures is most likely a development of the cultural/religious ideas of the AEs who inherited
the ancient design. This design was created to pass down knowledge of a ‘cataclysmic cycle’ that the Earth must pass through every 13,000 years
or thereabouts. The purpose of the plan – the design – was to forewarn future civilisations of such a cycle thus ensuring the future
‘continuity of life’ after the next cataclysm – forewarned is forearmed. This “message”, however, was corrupted over the ages and by the
time of the 4th Dynasty AEs it concerned itself with the continuity only of the Pharaoh’s soul in the Afterlife. Hence such chambers would have
been built into the structure to accommodate such cultural/religious ideas of the time. I do theorise, however, that it is possible that such
chambers may have been part of the original design as ‘seed vaults’. This may be why we find a reference in Genesis 41-41 to the ‘grain stores
of Egypt’. Not so much grain stores as ‘seed vaults’.