Since you linked me to that article on your site re. architecture reflecting our brain centres, I have given a lot of thought to major monuments and their purposes. The pyramid was an obvious place to start for me due to it's passage ways within it's main body. I could not correctly place the chambers and passages in an order that resembled our brain centres, until you linked this book in your last post. My knowledge of the brain is lacking, but to read it put so well and in correspondence to parts of the body is stunning.
One part in particular stuck out to me...
and it is remarkable that the chambers which were first revealed to the eyes of humanity stand for, and represent those organs within the human body which mankind is destroying in excesses
Do you think this would have been intentional on the part of the builders, if indeed it was their aim? I find it just ties in nicely with the parts of the body we now know we abuse, ie. the liver, kidneys, lungs. through science and experimentation. I do not know of any AE's recorded as being heavy smokers or drinkers, therefore not allowing for them to know the difference between healthy and unhealthy for those parts of the body.
Or, is the 'destroying in excesses' referring to these hidden parts of our psyche, ie. the pineal gland?
A man may die
Nations may rise and fall
But an idea lives on forever.