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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 1:46 pm 
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Egypt’s pyramids point towards city of Sun God

"Washington, April 1 (ANI): A new study has suggested that some of Egypt’s most magnificent pyramids were deliberately designed to follow a pattern of invisible diagonal lines, which would point towards Heliopolis, the city of the Sun God.

These invisible lines would connect most of the funerary complexes raised by the kings of the Old Kingdom between 2630 and 2323 BC, Giulio Magli, professor of archaeoastronomy at Milan’s Polytechnic University, told Discovery News.

“Following these diagonals, it appears clear that the arrangement of the monuments was carefully chosen in order to satisfy a number of criteria, which include dynastic lineage, religion and astronomical alignments,” he said.

The study examined the chronology and geographical location of all the pyramids of the Fourth and Fifth Dynasties, from the Step Pyramid of Djoser (2630-2611 B.C.) to the now-collapsed pyramid of Unas (2356-2323 B.C.), both in Saqqara.

“Our starting point was the so-called ‘Giza diagonal,’ an ideal line which connects the southeast corners of the three main pyramids and points to Heliopolis. This was an important religious center sacred to the sun god,” Magli said.

While the pyramids of Khufu, the second pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty, and his son Khafre were easily aligned along the diagonal, the pyramid of Menkaure, Khufu’s grandson, had to be built very far into the desert to sit on the line of sight toward Heliopolis.

“But, there is more. As a consequence of this intentional alignment, the second smaller pyramid becomes invisible from Heliopolis, its mass being covered by Khufu’s larger pyramid,” Magli said.

As to why Khafre positioned his pyramid so that it becomes invisible from the city sacred to the sun god, Magli said that the illusion might indicate a sign of respect for the sun god, and it might also have also launched a “symbolic invisibility” model which governed the planning of the pyramids up to the end of the Fifth Dynasty.

“Under this model, the funerary monuments of the pharaohs stand one after another, marking the dynastic link with the preceding pharaoh,” Magli said. “They are linked by a diagonal which points to Heliopolis,” he added.

The northwest corners of three chronologically successive pyramids in Abu Sir - those identified with the tombs of Sahure, Neferirkare and Neferefre - align on a diagonal similar to that of Giza.

Magli found that the Abu Rawash, Giza, and Abu Sir diagonals point to three stars - Sirius, Crux-Centaurus, and Canopus, respectively.

These stars sat in alignment over the pyramids when viewed from Heliopolis."

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PostPosted: Sun May 03, 2009 8:49 am 
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The english paper of Guido Magli is available here:

http://en.scientificcommons.org/42118502

Direct link to the pdf:
http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/0903/0903.1416.pdf

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The southern cross again.. interesting... :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:16 pm 
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Stephen Mehler Land of Osiris
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 001846186#

Christopher Dunn The Giza Power Plant
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 474744663#

I would like someones opinion of these two highly interesting videos on Ancient "Egypt".


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