Morning ATS, and all who sail in her...
I have been meaning to start a thread relating to the breast plate and altar for a while now... so here goes...
I have been studying the Sphinx and the great pyramid for a couple of years now, and have come to a dead end so to speak. I am an avid reader of
Christopher Dunn and am particularly interested in the "machine" hypothesis of the Great pyramid. The only interpretation of the breast plate that I
can locate talks of an image on the plate which shows a crystal being placed onto the "alter" between the sphinx's paws, and some form of
electrical? energy emanating from it. This obviously ties in with Dunns proposals.....
I would like to find any other information on the interpretation of the inscriptions on the plate, and ideas about the interrelationship between the
plate and the altar... I can make out the top half of the inscription from photo's, but the bottom half appears to be severely weathered... has
anyone seen a complete translation of the inscriptions?
The plate itself appears to be made of a different stone to the body of the structure itself, the sides and bottom of the plate rest on masonry that
seems to be seperate from the body itself, but the top of the plate appears to actually be inset into the chest of the sphinx. This raises the
question of when was the plate installed? Why was it installed? and what, if anything, is it covering?
There are stone steps leading up to the bottom of the plate.... this again makes no sense to me, why have steps leading up to it if it was meant to be
read? This makes it very difficult to view the bottom half of the plate and seems to suggest that the steps were there before the plate was installed.
What were the steps leading to I ask? Some of you may have seen the following diagrams... I believe they are linked to Edgar Cayce... Still the only
person to propose the idea of the HOR being located under the sphinx... admittedly, his information was questionable, (a spirit guide i believe)
I believe the plate was put there to hide something..... what, I am not sure..... and there appears to be a severe lack of information out there
pertaining to it. Suspicious? Maybe, maybe not.
Then we come to the question of the altar... what was its purpose? Are we to believe the inscriptions on the plate, that a crystal of great power was
placed here.... here is one explanation....
"The granite altar is really a machined housing or seat. A charged crystal was placed onto of the granite as shown on the sphinx’s breastplate. The
crystal would release energy through piezo effect when the vibration from the Great Pyramid would cause the granite altar to vibrate.
The vibrational wave, free energy, was also converted to an electrical type of energy as stated by Edgar Cayce – “Fire Crystals” which today
still remains, this is what Abu Gurab really is.distinct
In the days of Altantis there were many pyramids that served as generators or transformers of vibrational energy and tools to raise humanities
consciousness to the divine. So can it be again if it is the will of the people at this time.
Even though much time has passed since its use you can clearly see the difference in the surfaces that were in contact with the vibrating crystal or
quartz alabaster and the lower section of the altar. For any machinist the geometry and profile are a dead give away of a locking or locational
application. Environmental conditions would not produce such a clear and distinct difference through out the granite".
It ceratinly appears to be have been designed to "mount" something.... what other purpose can the grooves in the corners perform? What is the
relevance of the granite construction? Why is it located where it is? Does this point to some sort of link between the Sphinx and the Great pyramid?
If there is a link betwen the mounting of a piezo electric crystal here, and the piezo electric crystals known to be contained within granite of the
"kings chamber" of the great pyramid... does this not suggest that they must have been built together, as some sort of complex, military or
industrial in nature?
So, what are your views on this subject? There appears to be a lack of information out there!