posted on Jan, 3 2010 @ 10:05 PM
reply to post by atswheat
Some interesting points you have made. I was particularly interested in your point relating to the inch and the year i.e. 1 inch = 1 year. It is
curious to note that the Great Pyramid stands at 5,772 inches which is a value that is equivalent to the year 2012 in the Hebrew calendar. Also
interesting is the fact that the circle I circumscribe around the Gizamids is almost precisely 2400 AE cubits in diameter (1200 radius). These are
two values 1200 and 2400 that immediately register the concept of TIME. Also, if we calculate the value of this circle in inches we find it is
155,520 inches circumference. Incredibly if we then divide this value by 12 (half of 0ne day) we get the value of 12,960 which is the value of years
in half of one precessional year – the timeline.
With regard to the internal structures and chambers of the Great Pyramid. I have my own views of what these may represent. In 1837 Col. Howard Vyse
discovered the hieroglyphic inscription “Khnum Khufu” in Campbell's Chamber of the Great Pyramid. Khnum was the AE God of creation who made
children on the potter's wheel and placed them in the mother's womb.
Now, take a look at the diagram below and tell me that you do not see the female reproductive system (x2) represented by the internal features of the
Great Pyramid. One chamber is symbolic of the fertile womb the other symbolic of the infertile or barren womb – life and death.
(Diagram courtesy of Gary Osborn).
First of all you have the fallopian tubes (the two sets of shafts) connecting to the two chambers (uterus). The King's Chamber shafts are open at
both ends – fertile whilst the Queen's Chamber shafts were both once closed at both ends – blocked and infertile. The King's Chamber walls are
lined with red granite – just like the fertile womb is lined. The Queen's Chamber walls (womb) are not lined – they are barren and infertile.
The King's Chamber carries an embryo (the sarcophagus) and is therefore fertile – the Queen's Chamber is devoid of an embryo (sarcophagus) –
infertile. The King's Chamber even has a symbolic placenta. The AE hieroglyph for placenta is a series of horizontal bars in a circle (Gardiner's
Aa1 glyph). Right above the King's Chamber (womb) there are four horizontal bars (granite beams). Again the Queen's Chamber is devoid of such a
feature. The King's Chamber is connected to the ante chamber (the cervix) which in turn is connected to the Grand Gallery (vagina).
So it seems that the two Chambers of the Great Pyramid may in fact be representing the fertile and the infertile, the pregnant and the barren, life
and death. The message I believe is a dualistic one, that tells of a cycle of life and death of the planet. This is to say that there is perhaps a
forgotten cataclysmic cycle of nature that the ancients understood that every so often lays the Earth barren and waste – infertile. In time a new
Earth is born of the survivors and so the cycle goes on.....
[edit on 3/1/2010 by Scott Creighton]