Mustafa Mahmud Square, Mohandessin, Giza
Mohandessin was built in the early 1950s. It was built over agriculture land and was a massive area of villas, and mansions.
That does one not bring any further to find any ancient connections to this Square.
But perhaps you have made a logical error. Did you use the nowadays constellation?
Or the one during Cheops reign? (I hope the ancient one)
Since it would be appropriate to first accomplish the real form of the Orion/Sirius constellation as it could be viewed up in the night sky from Giza
by the ancient Egyptians, for example from 3,000 to 5,000 years ago. Or even earlier. Preferably at the time of the erection of the Great Pyramid,
when the high priests who were the mathematical professionals in that era, would have connected the dots of their ancient Orion Belt combined with the
Sirius constellation eventually.
The form of the Sirius/Orion constellation as seen from Giza could be quite different and stretched out in that period.
The Orion Belt could be totally different, much more stretched, and thus not fitting/overlapping the Giza pyramids at all.
(Then the whole intellectual game we play is impossible.)
And then you could come out in a totally different part of Giza district, or even Cairo, with the use of that ancient Orion/Sirius position.
Perhaps in the ancient site of Heliopolis perhaps?
Heliopolis (Greek: Ἡλίου πόλις or Ἡλιούπολις), meaning sun-city, also known as عين شمس, Ain Shams (literally "Eye of
the Sun or Center of the Sun" in Arabic or a slight Change of its Hieroglyphic name "Oon" or "Iunu"), was one of the oldest cities of ancient
Egypt. Located in the apex of the Nile Delta, Heliopolis was the capital of the 13th Lower Egyptian nome.
Its name also refers to an unrelated modern suburb of Cairo (1–2 km to the East on Ancient Heliopolis), also known as مصر الجديدة, Masr
al-gidedah District (literally "New Egypt" in Arabic). The ancient city was located five miles (8 km) east of the Nile, north of the apex of the
Delta. Heliopolis originally refers to an area that covers the areas of Ain Shams District (Share a common border with Modern Heliopolis District) ,
Al-Matariyyah District and Tel Al-Hisn. In ancient times it was the principal seat of sun worship, thus its name, which means city of the sun in
That sun could have been Sirius, instead of our Sun, or a double deity Sun / Sirius perhaps.
That thought fits perfectly in this excerpt :
in later times, as Horus gained in prominence, worship focused on the syncretic solar deity Ra-harakhty (literally Ra, [who is] Horus of the
During the Amarna Period, King Akhenaten introduced monotheistic worship of Aton, the deified solar disc, built here a temple named Wetjes Aton (wṯs
ỉtn "Elevating the Sun-disc").
That name, Horus of the Two Horizons fits quite well with a duality formed by Sun and Sirius.
BTW, the African tribe of the Dogon also has/had extensive knowledge of the Sirius/Orion system, and knew the big star Sirius 1 had a tiny companion,
Sirius 2, which could not be seen without huge modern telescopes. But they knew of its existence, long time ago already.