This post is an attempt to understand the geometry of the place of initiation within the Great Pyramid of Giza, as described by Ra in sessions 4 and 55. Though it has been established that this place is associated with the so-called Queen's Chamber, there is a puzzling description of this region of space that Ra described as a "diamond":

What is puzzling is that the triangles "at the first level on each of the four sides" do not intersect at all, let alone form a diamond. Let us try an experiment, then, and project this triangle outward in a direction perpendicular to the plane it is in, to form a prism shape, as below:

Let us do the same to each of the four sides of the pyramid and examine how the 4 triangular projections intersect:

The region of space that is the intersection all 4 triangular prisms forms a well-defined 12-sided convex polyhedron, that could roughly and appropriately be described as being in the shape of a diamond:

Moreover, the initiation (Queen's) chamber overlaps this shape, near the top of the diamond, as it should be if this is a proper understanding of Ra's description.

The exact proportion of the height of the diamond to the pyramid depends on the proportions of the pyramid itself. Looking at two common cases:

For the Great Pyramid of Giza:

For an octahedral pyramid (all sides are an equilateral triangle):

Interestingly, the distance between the tops of the diamond and the pyramid is always equal to the height of the diamond itself. This is true regardless of the dimensions of the pyramid. This fact is illustrated by the following arrangement:

This visual may also be suggestive of the spiraling energy forms described by Ra in session 56.

Quote:4.2 Questioner: Does the shape of the pyramid have effect upon the initiation?

Ra: I am Ra. As we began the last session question, you have already recorded in your individual memory complex the first use of the shape having to do with the body complex initiation. The initiation of spirit was a more carefully designed type of initiation as regards the time/space ratios about which the entity to be initiated found itself.

If you will picture with me the side of the so-called pyramid shape and mentally imagine this triangle cut into four equal triangles, you will find the intersection of the triangle, which is at the first level on each of the four sides, forms a diamond in a plane which is horizontal. The middle of this plane is the appropriate place for the intersection of the energies streaming from the infinite dimensions and the mind/body/spirit complexes of various interwoven energy fields. Thus it was designed that the one to be initiated would, by mind, be able to perceive and then channel this, shall we say, gateway to intelligent infinity. This, then, was the second point of designing this specific shape.

What is puzzling is that the triangles "at the first level on each of the four sides" do not intersect at all, let alone form a diamond. Let us try an experiment, then, and project this triangle outward in a direction perpendicular to the plane it is in, to form a prism shape, as below:

Let us do the same to each of the four sides of the pyramid and examine how the 4 triangular projections intersect:

The region of space that is the intersection all 4 triangular prisms forms a well-defined 12-sided convex polyhedron, that could roughly and appropriately be described as being in the shape of a diamond:

Moreover, the initiation (Queen's) chamber overlaps this shape, near the top of the diamond, as it should be if this is a proper understanding of Ra's description.

The exact proportion of the height of the diamond to the pyramid depends on the proportions of the pyramid itself. Looking at two common cases:

For the Great Pyramid of Giza:

For an octahedral pyramid (all sides are an equilateral triangle):

Interestingly, the distance between the tops of the diamond and the pyramid is always equal to the height of the diamond itself. This is true regardless of the dimensions of the pyramid. This fact is illustrated by the following arrangement:

This visual may also be suggestive of the spiraling energy forms described by Ra in session 56.