reply to post by dragonridr
D: As far as the pyramids being modeled after Orion's belt there is no evidence to confirm this ...
SC: Many trillions to one against such an outcome occurring is proof beyond reasonable doubt that the three Gizamids were designed with Orion’s Belt
as the underlying ‘template’. If you doubt this then I suggest you attempt
I set you earlier. A few days or weeks attempting that
challenge and you will quickly realise the near impossibility of the Gizamid proportions (i.e. its geo-stellar fingerprint) matching the Belt star
asterism that they present to us. And yet it is there for us to see and so we must conclude that this was no accident; it was intentional
design using Orion’s Belt (no other visible star asterism will work).
And it is not merely the main pyramids that invoke the use of Orion’s Belt—the two sets of so-called ‘Queens Pyramids’ present to us the two
unique moments of the max and min precessional cycle of Orion’s Belt
. And then to then
find that the so-called ‘Lehner-Goedicke Line’ ‘connects’ these two culminations is simply beyond the realms of random chance. It is all
carefully planned, deliberate design we are observing here.
D: ...and i can say there is an easier explanation of why there similar.
First as Mr Crighton pointed out the southeast corners do indeed line up. I dont believe this was an accident at all. If Menkhaurs pyramid were bigger
close to the same as the other two you would have seen them in a straight diagonal line in perfect north south east directions. The reason we see this
bend like Orion's belt is Menkhaur could not make a pyramid that big resources became a problem.
SC: First of all, I suggest again that you attempt The Challenge
I set you
before attempting to dismiss this evidence. Secondly, insisting Menkaure ran out of resources is nothing more than orthodox mantra. It’s a guess.
They have no proof of that assertion—none whatsoever. The reason Menkaure’s pyramid (G3) is so much smaller is, imo, the result of the geo-stellar
fingerprint of Orion’s Belt. Not only would this make G3 much smaller than G1 and G2 but it will ALSO result in G3 being a very slight rectangle
(not square i.e. a regular quadrilateral) on its north-south axis. And, lo and behold, this is precisely what we find—G3 is very slightly longer on
its north-south axis than its east-west axis. A prediction and clear outcome of how it was designed in relation to the other two pyramids via the
Orion Belt geo-stellar fingerprint
D: This is obvious from the fact it was never completed it.
SC: More orthodox dogma. There is clear evidence in G3 (and other early, giant pyramids) of restoration works which implies the structures were much
older and the 4th dynasty were making restoration works—which they never quite completed.
D: So looking at them they would have been the same distance apart from each other and point in the 4 cardinal directions this was important
thats why they were staggered the way they were. Cant have one pyramid blocking another can we?
SC: So why are the three satellites to the south of Menkaure’s pyramid blocking his path to the southern skies?
D: So if they were all relatively the same size we would be marveling at how accurately the plotted a straight line though the pyramids instead
of just the south east corner.
SC: We already marvel at that with their present sizes! It’s not just the line connecting the southeast corners (i.e. the 'Lehner-Goedicke Line')
that is significant—it’s the two ‘inter-quarter’ lines that are significant. Observe again:
Marvellous, isn’t it! Again, the above ‘inter-quarter’ lines are an expected outcome of the geo-stellar fingerprint of Orion’s Belt.
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