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Drift393: I recently read a post of yours regarding something might be buried at the apex of a triangle made by three pyramids. You have to excuse my ignorance as although I am interested in ancient civilizations I am defiantly a newbie when it comes to the subject matter. Seeing as I have already derailed myself my question is would it be possible that what the triangle points at is not buried at its apex but maybe further away from a straight line that the apex points to? Maybe a significant site further away? Like I said I am a newb in these waters and have no idea what that might be but just a question.
Drify393: Thanks for the reply Scott but I was thinking more in terms of the Triangle formed being an arrow pointing to a more distant location not an x-marks the spot sort of deal.
Although it appears that in later times, the meaning of the word S3h (or the plural S3hu) was extended to refer to the constellation of Orion as a whole, yet the Egyptians never lost sight of the fact that only one star in this constellation embodied the spirit of Osiris. This is proven by the so-called 'decan lists' which were represented in the 'astronomical ceilings' of some tombs of the New Kingdom. Here, as shown by the classification of R.A. Parker and O. Neugebauer in their primary work, Egyptian Astronomical Texts [Vol III (London, 1969), 112-5], the ruling dieties of the various stars of Orion were identified. In the tombs of Senmut, Pedamenope and Montemhet, for example, we find that Osiris is associated with the star known as hr rmn s3hu, meaning the star 'under the arm of Orion', while other stars of Orion were known as Children-of Horus and Eye-of-Horus.
Karismac: How do we find out what they have found there? This must be driving you mad because it is me. How do we get in there?