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... can be watched day after day getting more and more north or more and more south until it comes to a standstill. But for the observation of the equinox, of course, the sun is moving most rapidly either north or south, and therefore it would be more difficult to determine in those days the exact moment. East and West Pyramids and Temples at Gzeh (From Lepsius.) We next come to the question as to whether any buildings were erected from an equinoctial point of view- that is, buildings oriented east and west. Nothing is more remarkable than to go from the description and the plans of such. temples as we have seen at Abydos, Annu ...
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52. Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics [Journals] [Horus]
... From: Horus Vol. 1 No. 1 (Winter 1985) Home | Issue Contents Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics by David Griffard The Pyramids at Gizeh have drawn many visitors in both ancient and modern times - a genuine "Wonder of the World". Unfortunately time has blurred our knowledge of their meaning or purpose. Changes in language and culture sometimes separated by dark-ages many centuries long have fragmented and confused Egypt's history. Physical damage to the Pyramids by natural and human causes has obscured the original grandeur and has erased any symbols that may have been carved or painted on the finished facing-stone. The timeless mystery of the Pyramids remains. The most common story is that ...
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53. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 4th year would fall in 974 BC, for which there is also a mismatch on the above argument. Hence the Garbett chronology is wanting even at its starting point, let alone that which is developed therefrom. The Aaronson chronology is thus more accurate than that of Garbett! C. Lindsay Prasher, Brighton Orion and the Mystery of the Pyramids The Orion Mystery by Bauval and Gilbert was reviewed in C&C Workshop 1995:2 by Phillip Clapham, where he says their premise is that the pyramids were constructed on a stellar pattern founded around a stellar myth that involved the sister wife deities of Osiris and Isis'. What they write about the myth is a matter of ...
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... , which could be expressed in definite statements." (E .A .Wallis Budge) [1 ] "O King, I have come in search of you, for I am Horus; I have struck your mouth for you, for I am your beloved son; I have split open your mouth for you." (Pyramid Texts, Utterance 20) [2 ] Introduction "the mouth-sign... used to write the word for mouth... very few words are actually written in this way." [3 ] As Ev Cochrane asserted, in his Venus and the Celestial Here-after: "If there is one thing that stands out about the ...
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... "fully crowned" god within the cosmic womb? "I am he who is girt about with his girdle and who cometh forth from the goddess of the Ureret crown." (67) This statement from the Book of the Dead concurs with numerous other references in Egyptian texts, equating the crown with the mother goddess. In the Pyramid Texts we read: "I know my mother, I have not forgotten my mother, the white crown." (68) The same texts say of the king: thy mother is the Great Wild Cow, living in Nekeb, the white crown, the Royal Headdress." (69) Accordingly, the Egyptians esteemed the ...
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56. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 2003 No 2 (June 2003) Home | Issue Contents Monitor THE GREAT PYRAMID (Channel 4, 28.4 .03.). Peter Fairlie-Clarke writes: The local expert, Dr Zahi Hawass, said that graffiti written by one of the Great Pyramid builders showed that the workforce, divided into units of 200, were called by the Greek word for tribe. It did not seem to occur to him that there was anything odd about this use of a Greek word 4,500 years ago; that being the construction date mentioned earlier in the programme. The use of a Greek word by the builders of the Great Pyramid ...
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57. The Hyksos Pyramid Builders [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol 3 No 4 (1997) Home | Issue Contents The Hyksos Pyramid Builders Emmet J. Sweeney Professor Gunnar Heinsohn's proposal for a dramatic shortening of ancient chronology, which requires identifying the third millennium Akkadians with the first millennium Assyrians, has exciting consequences for the history of the entire Near East. The progress of Heinsohn's research made him realize that first millennium B.C . history was not only duplicated in the second millennium, as Velikovsky believed, but also triplicated in the third millennium. Yet this veritable `comedy of errors' had a rationale, and followed its own impeccable internal logic. Indeed it was constructed upon three quite separate dating blueprints ...
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58. The Scenario of Exodus [Books] [de Grazia books]
... politicians often feel when otherwise powerless, " 'Here is a matter we can do something about." We shall go deeply into the matter, but might presently declare what lay behind the changed mind of the Egyptians. In Egypt during the Middle Empire, electricity was a central concern of the government. Among many functions ascribed to the pyramids, one stands out as the most plausible: they were electrical guidance and control equipment, The great gods Horus, Thoth, and Amon, the nearest to Israel's Yahweh, were thunderbolting and cosmic fire gods. The word "pyramid" is Greek and "pyr" means "fire" as in "funeral pyre." Especially ...
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... 249 XXVI. The Sothic Cycle and the Use Made of it 207 XXVII. The Calendar and its Revision 266 XXVIII. The "Fixed Year" and Festival Calendars 274 XXIX. The Mythology of Isis and Osikis 287 XXX. The Temple-Stars 304 XXXI. The History of Sun-Worship at Annu and Thebes 315 XXXII. The Early Temple and Great Pyramid Builders 325 XXXIII. The Cult of Northern as Opposed to Southern Stars 341 XXXIV. The Origin of Egyptian Astronomy- the Northern Schools 359 XXXV. The Origin of Egyptian Astronomy (Continued)- the Thebes School 371 XXXVI. General Conclusions as to the North and South Faces 388 XXXVII. The Egyptian and Babylonian Ecliptic Constellations 397 XXXVIII ...
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60. Neil Steede: From Tiahuanaco to the Giza Plateau [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... in conversation, this does not necessarily mean that the city of Tiahuanaco was constructed any earlier than conventional archaeology suggests, only that the site had various building phases. Indeed, the earliest of these have still to be investigated fully. From Tiahuanaco Neil turned his attentions to the Giza plateau. He proposed that the Grand Gallery of the Great Pyramid was designed to incorporate some kind of hydraulic system involving water being used to float stones up to higher levels during the construction of the monument. The King's Chamber would also have been filled with water via the so-called air shafts which link to the outside. Neil also spoke of the predominance of regular geometry involving the angle of 26. ...
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