Thoughts on the Great Pyramid (pic heavy)
01-22-2014, 05:49 AM,
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Thoughts on the Great Pyramid (pic heavy)
Having re-kindled my interest in the Great Pyramid I wanted to see some pictures of the interior. What I had not learned before is that the ascending passage was actually blocked off by 3 large granite blocks ('plugs') that are located in black here:
[Image: introphoto8.jpg]

Looking up to the ascending passage:
[Image: tour_30.jpg]

Looking towards the rear of the blocks in the forced passage around them:
[Image: pyramid_161.jpg]

I'm curious as to the origins of these plugs as I don't think they would have been present when the pyramid appeared 6000 years ago (session 23), so they must have been added at some point? I wonder if this was an attempt of Ra to stop people from using the pyramid for their own gain?

Some more interesting features I want to bring up;

The great step before it was repaired:
[Image: Great-Step-Wear.jpg]

The slots that run up each side of the Grand Gallery:
[Image: freedo29.jpg]
Closer view of the slots, note the rough stone filling cavity above it:
http://www.aldokkan.com/photos/great_pyramid/39_great_pyramid.jpg
Pictured without the filling stone:
http://www.aldokkan.com/photos/great_pyramid/40_great_pyramid.jpg

The Grand Gallery has a groove running up both sides of the 3rd corbel for its full length:
http://thegreatpyramidofgiza.ca/@Giza$Grand%20Gallery$Chapter_files/image002.jpg
Which can be seen here:
http://www.aldokkan.com/photos/great_pyramid/23_great_pyramid.jpg

Next is the west wall of the ante-chamber, or portocullis:
[Image: 32_great_pyramid.jpg]This area also features slots in the walls, it is speculated that the broken granite blocks found throughout the pyramid acted as a locking device to the chamber.

Looking at the 'coffer', it has 3 holes along the back edge (one pictured):
[Image: 37_great_pyramid.jpg]

The air shafts have a horizontal run, then they ascend to the exterior:
[Image: 38_great_pyramid.jpg]

The original entrance has an odd shape carved into the stone under the apex:
[Image: tour_13.jpg]

Regarding the cap stone: "One of the earliest references to the missing top-stone (or capstone) is from Diodorus Siculus (60 BC). He tells us that in his day, when the Pyramid stood with its casing stones intact, the structure was "complete and without the least decay, and yet it lacked its apex stone". Since the top-stone could not have been dismantled without first demolishing the smooth casing-stones, so that the core masonry formed steps of approach to it, this statement of Diodorus supports the theory that the top-stone had never been added to the structure." How could anyone reach the top without destroying the exterior? Ra indicated that it has had 2 different capstones along the times.

So in my attempt to get my head around the Great Pyramid, it seems even more mysterious now than when I began Tongue
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01-24-2014, 11:39 AM,
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RE: Thoughts on the Great Pyramid (pic heavy)
I believe they were used as power generators and possibly healing chambers as well.
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01-25-2014, 12:29 AM,
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RE: Thoughts on the Great Pyramid (pic heavy)
(01-22-2014, 05:49 AM)Kalle Wrote:  Ra indicated that it has had 2 different capstones along the times.

So in my attempt to get my head around the Great Pyramid, it seems even more mysterious now than when I began Tongue

yeah, the original (supplied by Ra) was of granite, and later they used one made of gold.

http://www.lawofone.info/results.php?s=3#6

and I agree - the Great Pyramid is one of the outstanding structures on this planet, a true marvel. And yet, the following is somewhat saddening to read:

Quote:4.6 Questioner: Is the large pyramid at Giza still usable for this purpose, or is it no longer functioning?

Ra: I am Ra. That, like many other pyramid structures, is like the piano out of tune. It, as this instrument would express, plays the tune but, oh, so poorly. The disharmony jangles the sensitive.

Only the ghost of the streaming still remains due to the shifting of the streaming points which is in turn due to the shifting electromagnetic field of your planet; due also to the discordant vibratory complexes of those who have used the initiatory and healing place for less compassionate purposes.

the jangling, huh?

Big Grin

but yes, it became abused as a place of power and priviledge; and one can only wonder at what the 6d Social Memory Complex in South America thought of their pyramids being used for blood sacrifice rituals.

maybe this face: Huh
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01-25-2014, 02:49 AM,
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it was said that Quetzalcoatl gave instructions that no living thing is to be harmed through sacrifice , only butterflys and birds can be, but some cosmic battle occured and Tezcatilpoca casted out Quetzalcoatl who promised to return like Viracocha.

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