posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 09:50 PM
Originally posted by FoosM
We should be able to solve the fourth pyramid if it exists.
So assuming that the three major pyramids represent the belt of Orion.
The fourth pyramid would represent what?
Another star? Something else, like a Nebula?
The Mayans also had a myth in the area of Orion.
The Three Hearthstones of Creation correspond in the night sky to the stars Alnitak, Saiph, and Rigel, which appear in the belt of the constellation
we refer to as Orion.
The hieroglyphic text describes the setting of the Three Hearthstones of Creation, and identifies this act as one that helped to usher in the present
creation. The date of 4 Ahaw 8 Kumk'u corresponds to August 13, 3114 BC, the date at which the present creation began according to the Classic Maya.
The three stones are identified as a jaguar throne stone, a serpent throne stone, and a water lily throne stone. The act of setting the three stones
is credited to a Wak-Chan-Ahaw or "Raised Up Sky Lord," who has been identified as the Maize God.
Let say these cultures are interconnected.
And each one is painting a picture or story about
some past Earth history connected with the stars.
We need to start looking at the big picture, and not
small localized areas.
Thats like trying to determine the history of the 20/21st century
by only focusing on Las Vegas.
Ohhh this just popped into my mind:
You are discounting SIRIUS. It aligns with Orion's belt once every year!
making a 4 star line check it out...
So, it is the Orion's belt: 3 stars and a bit further away SIRIUS, which aligns exactly.
Sirius always aligns with Orion's Belt, and has appeared in the eastern sky on December 24th for over 4000 years basically making a 4 star line and
NOT 3... food for thought....
Remember that those 4 stars make a line pointing to where the sun is exactly gonna rise on the winter's solstice.
EDIT: After more research it seems those four stars are ALWAYS more or less aligned which is better.
Remember that Sirius is way brighter then the stars on Orion's belt and if the 3 pyramids were designed according to Orion's belt, then it is logical
they would make another one for the brightest star that is aligned with those 3 stars.
This has something to do with the winter's solstice and the precession of equinoxes, etc... i'm no expert so i don't know how to explain this.
But get this, Sirius is also called... The dog star....Sphynx anyone?
Very interesting read: en.wikipedia.org...
edit on 25/12/2012 by Andromerius because: (no reason given)