Black People : THE GREAT PYRAMID OF GIZEH...

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    The Great Pyramid of Gizeh, built by the Pharaoh Khufu (i.e., “HWFW” in ancient Egyptian; “Cheops” in Greek) circa 2623 BC, is geographically situated and oriented on the 30th parallel of latitude in the North African country of Egypt. Egyptologists contend that the meridian of the Great Pyramid – which is 30° east of Greenwich, England – is the most suitable meridian for 0° of longitude on our planet. (The prime meridian, 0° longitude, from which all other meridian lines are measured, currently passes through Greenwich, England.)

    If the Great Pyramid is used as the center from which two perpendicular lines are drawn on a map of the Earth, the landmass and oceans are seen to be equitably distributed throughout the four quadrants. Reference to any equal-area projection map of the Earth’s surface reveals that the chosen site of the Great Pyramid lies on the longest land-contact meridian on the Earth’s surface, and is also at the geographical center of its whole land mass, including the Americas and Antarctica.

    The enigma of the Great Pyramid and its specific placement in Egypt naturally has caused brilliant minds to muse over its mass and external measurements for its relativity to that of the Earth itself. Numerous mathematical analyses have been developed that show that the Great Pyramid corresponds proportionately with the Earth, as well as showing correlation between Earth and the solar system.

    Simply stated, Egyptologists believe that the Great Pyramid of Gizeh, in all its symbolism, represents the laws of the Universe expressed geometrically. The following is just a partial list of some of the astounding astronomical correlations:

    1. The length of the King’s Chamber minus half the length of the antechamber = 354 in., which is the number of days in a lunar year.

    2. A circle with the length of the antechamber (116.25-in.) for its diameter has a total circumference equaling 365.24 in., which is the number of days in a solar year.

    3. The width of the King’s Chamber (206.066 in.) multiplied by the square root of pi = 365.24 in.

    4. Twice the length of the King’s Chamber (2x412.12 in.), measured along the Grand Gallery’s floor, contains a vertical rise in that distance of 365.24 in.

    5. The total inch value of the base perimeter = the number of days in a century.
    6. The total inch value at the 35th-level perimeter = the number of days in 80 solar years.

    7. Twice the length of the base diagonal (2x12,913.26 in.) = the number of years in the Precession of the Equinoxes, and the total inch value at the 50th-level perimeter.

    8. Adding the length and height of the King’s Chamber and dividing this value by its width = pi.

    9. Adding the length and width of the sarcophagus and dividing this value by its height also = pi.

    10. One face of the pyramid represents one curved quadrant of the Northern Hemisphere.

    11. The apex of the Great Pyramid corresponds to the North Pole, while the perimeter of its base correlates to the circumference of the equator.

    12. The Great Pyramid is a perfect almanac, registering the seasons of the year by functioning as a huge sundial, whose shadow indicates, among other things, the solstices and duration of the year...
     
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    "The width of the King’s Chamber (206.066 in.) multiplied by the square root of pi = 365.24 in., which are the number of days in a solar year."

    Proof:

    (a) pi = 3.1415929535897932384626433832795.

    (b) the square root of pi = 1.7724538505516027298167483341.

    (c) the width of the King's Chamber (206.066 in.) multiplied by the square root of pi (1.7724538505516027298167483341) =
    365.242475240696065681224180622218, which are the number of days in a solar year...
     
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    Reference to any equal-area projection map of the Earth’s surface reveals that the chosen site of the Great Pyramid lies on the longest land-contact meridian on the Earth’s surface, and is also at the geographical center of its whole land mass, including the Americas and Antarctica...

    What is amazing about this fact is that the Great Pyramid of Gizeh could not have been built any place else in the world!!!
     
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    If the Great Pyramid of Gizeh is used as the center from which two perpendicular lines are drawn on a map of the Earth, the land mass and oceans are seen to be equitably distributed throughout the four quadrants...

    Reference to any equal-area projection map of the Earth’s surface reveals that the chosen site of the Great Pyramid lies on the longest land-contact meridian on the Earth’s surface, and is also at the geographical center of its whole land mass, including the Americas and Antarctica...

    This is one of the reasons why Egyptologists contend that the meridian of the Great Pyramid – which is 30° east of Greenwich, England – is the most suitable meridian for 0° of longitude on our planet...

    (The prime meridian, 0° longitude, from which all other meridian lines are measured, currently passes through Greenwich, England.)
     
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    Egyptologists have tried to torture Egyptian linguistics in order to explain why the Greeks should have given their name "Thebes" to a city the Egyptians called "Auset."

    The Greek word for head is "thebes," and the Greeks changed the name of Auset (pronounced "wa-set"), the ancient Egyptian capital and center of learning, to Thebes (pronounced "thay-bes")...head is the same as capital in Greek...

    The great city of Auset was the capital of Egypt, and the home of their great god Amun-Re. Auset translates "Isis," the goddess-wife of Osiris, the greatest of all Egyptian deities...
     
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    A dream of mine is to one day go to Egypt to see the Great Pyramid of Gizeh. The history of the pyramids and the Sphinx are fascinating.

    Aqil, didn't the Egyptians use astrology and gazing at the position of the stars (planets) as a means to mathematically calculate the architectural design of the pyramids? The placement is amazing.

    What does the last part of your post mean about the Greeks renaming Auset to Thebes? Please give more information.

    :)
     
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    Yes...and one day your dream will become a reality...
    Yes they did...I discovered that a pyramid is contained in a natal chart (horoscope), which is God's blueprint of your life...
    Throughout history the first thing the invading colonizers did was rename everything in the country or territory they conquered. For example, the capital of Egypt was Auset; the Greeks changed it to "Thebes," which means "head" in their language...
    I'll do my best...:)
     
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