posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 08:19 PM
Thats an interesting idea...
The Kabbalah and the Jewish tradition does speak alot about the different eras of human history.
5771 years ago, the beginning of civilization, man was much different than he is today. He is one, and spiritual, and his consciousness was above, as
opposed to being contained, by this physical dimension. When adam was created (that is, when he descended into this realm) a Midrash says he saw "the
whole universe, end to end". This basically meant his mind was at one with the creator, and the true oneness of reality, while at the same time
percieved this physical world. The dualism however of the spiritual and the physical eventually resulted in a collapse and fall from this pristine,
The first two thousand years are called by the Rabbis, the 2000 years of teh flood. In this period, man lived long lives but more importantly, were
still very tied and connected to the primordial powers of creation. The "archangels" serafim, Cherubs. These powers themselves symbolizes the
abstract intelligences which control certain archetypal abstract realities; Principles, Order, Law, and concepts. Therefore, in this time of mans
early history, its quite believable that the angelic powers could have assisted mankind in building an earthly structure of unbelievable perfection.
BY the way, the bottom portion of the Holy temple in Jerusalem is built of a monolothic solid piece of stone, that is an even greater mystery that the
Pyramids (in terms of sheer weight). People who dont understand mysticism will scoff at this belief and probably consider it Harry Potterish. But the
truth is there really are 'angels' or more properly described today as archetypal spiritual powers, which manifest in consciousness as laws,
concepts, and principles present throughout reality. There are also various levels of powers. the actual energy which causes the wave to move, and the
principle and pattrn which causes it to move that way, and even further up, a more 'encompasing' power is in control, until we arrive at the basic
powers in creation, the 72 names of the shemhamphoresh.
With that in mind, i could definitely see the pyramid as having a spiritual purpose. I do definitely believe that wicked Egyptians were never holy and
righteous enough to abandon their paganism and idolatry. They were steeped in sex, and lasciviousness and witchcraft to be interested in the noble
meaning behind the pyramid. The pyramid itself is an apt symbol for the physical creation; but man perverts it. In truth, the top is the government of
both the physical world and the spiritual world. The spiritual world has its government, angels and order, and likewise, the physical world has its
government and order. Every part is important. The hidden eye, the capstone of the pyramid (which currently isnt there, on top) is G-d, separated,
currently, from the pyramid. But in messianic times that capstone should return.
When the future temple is built in Jerusalem, when Moshiach comes, than the pyramid will be completed, and restored.
Its an interesting theory.