I simply believe without a trace of doubt that our entire Universe and more locally our solar system follow certain geometric rules and The Giza Plateau is showing them to us.
Understand Giza and you will understand the geometry, the physics and the chemistry of The Heavens. The Giza Plateau really is The Book of Thoth but it is quite difficult to read as it is written in a script we are not familiar with.
Further to all of this is the fact that Man himself follows these self same rules. Again understand Giza and we should be able to understand ourselves and who we are and especially what we are. <<
Personally I think this is the crux of the matter. There has to be an end goal to Giza, and I for one am not of the opinion that it was simply a rather ingenious abstract geometry lesson. Rather I believe it was constructed, as were other ancient sites such as Stonehenge and Teotihuacan, by people who had completely attuned their consciousness, by dissolution of the ego-self, with the cosmos and hence derived intimate knowledge of the workings thereof. (Ironically modern science has attained its knowledge through the reification of the ego-self, but all things must come full circle again eventually) Their monuments were an embodiment of the role of the human as the bridge between the physical and spiritual planes of existence; a testimony to the Universal Mind (Thoth-Thought) and the living body. Giza is one piece in a large jigsaw I feel, but it is a very large piece! The geometry is interesting, but why is it there, and what does it represent ultimately? These are the key questions. The geometry can only lead so far however, somewhere along the line a leap of faith will have to be made if one wants to really enter into the mindset of the people that built Giza. And because this knowledge is ultimately spiritual in essence, it must of necessity defy all rational explanation, like the tao that cannot be spoken. Nevertheless, geometry is the purest means of preparing the mind (as the ancient Greeks proclaimed) for making the quantum leap into the unknown, and I think Giza is probably the greatest navigational chart that our ancestors could ever have left us, in the sincere hope that others might follow in their illuminated path.
As above, so below!