The research on the enigma of Giza has experienced a turning point with the fundamental insight of Robert Bauval, according to which the three pyramids of Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure represent the three stars of Orion’s Belt, as well as the Nile is the Way Milky Way. I’ll have to necessarily take for granted the knowledge of the details of the theory of Bauval (then developed with Graham Hancock); I will only point out the most important aspect of the correlation stellar supported by Bauval and Hancock: the perfect match between heaven and earth would have occurred in 10,500 BC, at the beginning of the age of Leo (represented on earth by the Sphinx), when Orion was at the lowest point of its precessional cycle and therefore was his “first time”. Moreover, at the dawn of the vernal equinox in the years around 10,500 BC, happening not only that the Great Sphinx fronteggiasse the rising of the Sun in the constellation Leo, but also that the Belt of Orion culminate the meridian at the same time. It was this celestial configuration, so powerful and evocative, to induce Bauval and Hancock to identify the First Time Orion with Prime Time of the gods ( Zep Tepi ) who reigned, according to the myths, the dawn of Egyptian civilization.
The correspondence between heaven and earth
In truth it is this latter aspect that Bauval and Hancock fall into error.The perfect correspondence between heaven and earth is not realized in 10,500 BC, but about 1500 years ago, around 12,000 BC To verify this finding must prepare two maps: a map astronomical (centered on thecelestial region of Orion) and a geographic map (limited the terrestrial region surrounding Giza, ie the area of the necropolis of Memphis); Then you have to overlap the two maps, and this is geometrically complex operation which, for brevity of exposition, I have to fly over. I will simply say that, put some premises, you can overlay the two maps by matching Alnitak with the Pyramid of Khufu and aligning the celestial meridian with geographical. Now, the result of this operation is not unique, but varies according to age referred to by the astronomical map, because the appearance of the heavens silent because of the precession of the equinoxes. In fact, while the geographic meridian on the terrestrial map is fixed (and corresponding to the axes of the pyramids, which are aligned with great precision to the cardinal points), the orientation of the celestial meridian on astronomical map varies as a function of the precessional cycle. The result? If we use a first astronomical map of 4500 BC (apparent age of the Great Pyramid), then one of the 10,500 BC (First Time Orion) and finally one of the 12,000 BC and then we go to overlap the geographical map, we obtain the results shown in Figs . 1 , 2 and 3 .The comparison of these three images is observed as the firmament appears to rotate counterclockwise around Alnitak going back in time: if in the first case (apparent age of the Great Pyramid) the Belt of Orion is considerably off-axis with respect to the Pyramids, in the second If (Prime Time Orion) the gap is much smaller; However, only the astronomical map of the 12,000 BC allows you to create the perfect match between the axis of the belt and that of the three Pyramids of Giza.
The Prime Time of Sirius
If the hypothesis of stellar correlation is valid, it is simply unthinkable that Sirius – the star most important for the Egyptian civilization – has no part in the scheme; but this aspect of the theory of Bauval and Hancock is rather lacking, because there Sirio plays no role. So the problem at this point is to find out how Sirius becomes part of the game.
Let’s go back to examine the fig. 3 , which represents the overlap between the geographic map of Giza and the astronomical map of 12,000 BC, and we focus on the diagonal axis that goes from the north-east corner of the south-west square base of the Great Pyramid: this axis, extended to the southwest, passing by the other two pyramids, while extended to the northeast passes near Sirius. Precisely this is the key to the problem: the proper motion of Sirius is relevant, and that means that its position relative to other celestial bodies changes significantly over time (more than one degree every 3000 years). Now, if we go to check what was the position of Sirius in 12,000 BC, we find that the star was right on the diagonal axis of the Great Pyramid in the map overlay (see Figs. 4 and 5 ). It is extremely unlikely that a correlation so precise and symbolically meaningful can only be the result of chance, especially when taking into account than revealed by Bauval and Hancock stellar religion of the ancient Egyptians. But there is also another factor that argues in favor of the intentionality of this scheme, and that the date of 12,000 BC is very close to the “first time” of Sirius: more precisely, about 13,850 years ago the star was the minimum height above the horizon in its precessional cycle. In other words, the date of 12,000 BC corresponds to Prime Time of Sirius just like the date of 10,500 BC corresponds to Prime Time of Orion.
The dawn of Horus
There is an additional reason that makes all of its own date of 12,000 BC: Sirius, in that remote age, was also crossed by another alignment, the one constituted by the stars Rigel and Saiph, the “feet” of the celestial figure of Orion (see fig. 6 ); but not all. Imagine we are in Giza, the dawn of the vernal equinox, 14,000 years ago. We look towards the southern sky. At that precise moment, Sirius culminates at the meridian, at a height of about 1.15 ° above the horizon, while Rigel and Saiph are located to the right and at the same height on the horizon: the alignment Sirio-Rigel-Saiph is therefore parallel to the horizon, so that the divine figure of Osiris (Orion which is identified) appears straight and seems to walk on the horizon, alongside his wife Isis (with which Sirius is identified) at the very moment where it crosses the celestial meridian.
The mighty mythological symbolism and astronomical also includes another fascinating aspect: Prime Time of Sirius happened right in the middle of the Virgin era precessional (ranging from about 15,050 to 12,900 years ago); but just like the star Sirius, also the constellation Virgo is identified with the goddess Isis. Therefore an observer located in Giza, the dawn of the vernal equinox of 12,000 BC, turning east would have seen the Virgin heavenly (associated with Isis) along with the Sun on the horizon, while turning 90 degrees to your right, to the south , would see Sirius (also associated with Isis), the culmination, also touch the horizon;turning a little more right, would see Orion (associated with Osiris) “standing” on the horizon, at the same height of Sirius. At this time, also, the axis of the belt of Orion Sirius met exactly.
Now, I would like to remind the reader that a ritual formula was pronounced during the ceremonial burial of the deceased pharaoh, in the context of a ritual that would evoke symbolically coupling divine among the deceased (assimilated to Osiris) and the star Sirius (the goddess Isis).This reads the formula in question (formula 632 of the Pyramid Texts ): “Your sister (wife), Isis, is overflowing with love to you. You’ve placed on your phallus and your seed comes into her, she being ready as Sirius, and Horus-Sopd came to you as Horus who is in Sirius. ” Well, if we assume that the axis of the belt of Orion symbolizes the phallus of Osiris and Sirius symbolizes the womb of Isis, the whole celestial configuration just described seems a clear representation of the fertilization of Isis by Osiris and the subsequent birth of Horus-Sun, brought to light by the Virgin heavenly.
The principle of matching stellar, postulated by Bauval, it can reasonably be demonstrated, by virtue of the above facts. Sowing numerous clues with skill and wisdom, the ancient designers led us to draw a map overlay of Giza and Orion, we were shown the clock Sirius star pointed to the date of 12,000 BC, we have revealed the mighty celestial configuration that occurred dawn of the vernal equinox of that distant age. But the principle of matching the star was nothing more that the instrument with which to define the language of communication and suggest in which direction to continue. I think the suggestion is clear: to develop the idea of superimposing one on the other map celestial and the terrestrial, extending the operation to the surface of the Earth and the heavens in their entirety.
The planetary design
My idea was to represent these three ancient polar locations on the globe heaven-earth. As soon as the transaction takes place, do not take me long to realize that the most “impossible” correlations manifested itself in front of my eyes: the ancient polar sites in the northern hemisphere (and of course, the same happens in the southern hemisphere) are all three are very close to the circle that represents the path of the celestial poles (see fig. 7 )! The average deviation is around 2.83 °, corresponding to just over 300 km, a value that is too small because you might think just a fortuitous circumstance. Not only the path of Sirius passes not far from two of these locations, as well as providing a visual image of the migration that the North Pole performed by the Greenland Sea to Hudson Bay. I had discovered the “planetary design” was by this name that I decided to call the pattern of correlations between the sky-earth globe and dislocations of the lithosphere.
It is significant, in my view, that there are three specific dates in which the consistency of the planetary design is perfect (that takes the coincidence of the poles celestial and terrestrial): These dates are the 101 650 forward this (coincidentally around the position 1 ), the 64 550 ap (coincidentally around the position 2 ) and 29,500 ap (coincidentally around the position 3 ), and those dates are each in the middle of the geological eras marked by slippage of the poles according to Hapgood’s theory. But the planetary design offers another. It examines the configuration of the site of Giza, where they highlighted the main axes: the axis north / south and east / west, the diagonal axis north-east / south-west (the one that crosses Sirius in 14,000 ap, see yet Figs. 4 and 5), and finally the axis of the causeway that starts from a structure near the base of the Great Pyramid and turns in the direction approximately 15 ° to the north east. If we check on the globe sky-ground intersections of these axes with the path of Sirius you find that:
- the east / west axis intersects the path of Sirius around the date dell’83.600 ap
- the axis of the causeway crosses the path of Sirius around the date of 51,700 ap;
- the diagonal axis (axis of the belt) intersects the path of Sirius around the date of 14,000 ap (which as we know corresponds to Prime Time of Sirius).
As we see there is a striking correlation with the dates indicated by Hapgood for slips of the poles (also taking into account the relative uncertainty weighing on geological data). Now, what I would like to point out is this: it may be that Hapgood’s theory is, in itself, is wrong;and that the theory of the correlation stellar, fully expressed in the globe sky-ground, is also, of itself, wrong. But it is possible that two theories, completely independent of each other, provide elements in substantial agreement with each other, although both wrong? Yes, of course you can; but as unlikely as the fact that two liars, that they are never known or met, invent two stories perfectly consistent with each other.
A geodetic network worldwide
But these three sites – Giza, Teotihuacan, Angkor – not that the tenets of a real world geodetic network, which is revealed when one examines in detail the structure of the Earth in the past. Let us ideally era more remote, the First Age, which would last from 120,000 to 75,000 years ago, when the North Pole was located in the District of the Yukon;during this long period the latitude of Giza, which is now 30 ° N, was 3.6 ° N: So Giza was very close to the equator, a certainly given to the scheme. Especially since in the vicinity of that ancient equatorial circle meet many other enigmatic sites on the planet: Tiahuanaco, Machu Picchu, Nazca, Easter Island, Angkor, the Indus valley with Moenjo Daro and Harappa (see Figs. 10 and 11). Even the position of Sirius in the sky-earth globe is consistent with this scheme: in fact even the star in the First Age was in the same narrow equatorial belt in which were located the places mentioned above.
Other correlations emerge from examination buoyancy earth in the Second and Third Age, but even so we have enough elements to draw some fundamental conclusioni.A what purpose it was designed and built the planetary design? I think the answer is obvious. Individuals who put into practice the planetary design intended to inform humanity about future events with catastrophic consequences, that have occurred in the past and certainly will occur again in the future: the sliding of the lithosphere. Probably, it was one of those events that caused the destruction of the antediluvian civilization of which they speak many myths worldwide.