posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 05:11 PM
I would like to make a few points that I hope you take with reason instead of bias.
In the Bible, it is mentioned that the Great Pyramids demonstrate the Lord's glory. I find this interesting.
Also, seeing as how the catholic church has no problem making the Pope out to be Jesus Christ incarnate, I figured that it is possible that Osiris was
originally the name of the God to the Egyptians at one point - only to be hijacked by paganism and ritualism. So is it possible that the Osiris bed
that you are referring to was actually supposed to be a metaphorical instrument?
I understand that you know a great deal about Egypt. But I also hope to show you through a little wisdom that it is possible that the resurrection
was not taught ONLY for kings in the beginning - but that it was taught for all people and eventually kings glorified themselves and taught that they
were the only ones worthy of such a thing.
I wonder if Osiris bed like objects have been found in places unseemly, such as places where those of a more common heritage might have been?
A few other interesting points of interest here to me.
Orion's belt is clearly important here. I think it should be noted that because of Earth's rotation and revolution, Orion is only visible at night
during certain seasons. So, is it possible that part of the reason for the pyramids being built was to have a somewhat physical reminder during the
days of that season and also during the day and night of the season in which Orion would have been a part of the day sky, out-shined by the sun? So
then, these physical reminders would be almost like physical manifestations or metaphors of 3 god-like entities?
I find it very convenient for me to see that the Great Pyramid would represent God the Father, the other two would represent Jesus Christ and the Holy
Spirit. Then the queen's pyramids would represent the brides to be and the sand would represent the people of the earth. Of course, the Lord does
not wish people to worship a physical piece, but rather, He would have people understand the difference in their size to His.
And then also, would not the inward parts of the pyramids represent everything in relation to God? For example, path begins descending and then
continues except you come into an ascending passageway. You can continue going down or you can seek the truth (the inscription) to find the ascending
passageway. Then as you go up, there is only so far the queen goes before she finds the straight path to her chamber. The queen represents the
bride. There is a well drain; this represents the queen still giving water to those who chose the descending path and the water arrives to those
descend just before they arrive at the chamber, like a way of saying, "Here is a taste of where I am, come back before you die!" Which would be the
subterranean chamber; death.
Then the Grand Gallery would represent the ascension to heaven, which belongs to the Son of God. Then the antechamber represents the transition from
physical form to spiritual form so that one may be in the presence of the Lord. The King's Chamber represents the place of the throne of God. This
is where the Son of God sits. Then the relieving chambers would represent how the power still comes from up above. See how the King's Chamber seems
to be placed at the "heart" of the pyramid? But then, isn't the mind what gives the heart power? So the relieving chambers would point to the top
of the pyramid. And the top of the pyramid points up, which is to say that the source of power is still greater, and yet unseen.
And yet, all these things are WITHIN the Great Pyramid. This is a symbol of how Jesus Christ said that not only is the Father in Him and He in us,
but we are also in Christ and yet also in the Father.
So then the pyramid represents how we are all in the Father, Life, and lays out metaphorically the direction we take in life and how far we are
allowed to go and what we do with it...
And then when Egypt became pagan, all of the understanding went awry. Pharaohs and kings attempted to recreate these pyramids for their own personal
glorification and manipulated the stories to suit their own needs and to give mythology to the people of Egypt.
I am sure I could sit and ponder all of this things continually, but I will rest here for now.