We are both people with skills, but who gets to be accepted and who gets 'close to' but found wanting?
I don't mind...the following image is the astronomical alignment to pyramid for the beginning of Precession's cycle, when Sirius is at its lowest position in the sky. Constellations in Egyptian asterisms. Pyramid aligned to the southern meridian...Cygnus is over on the northern meridian. Possible to align pyramid to the northern meridian and then another compendium of architectural alignments arises.
From the northern hemisphere, the sun is south, so south becomes important. From the northern hemisphere, the celestial pole is north, away from the sun, so 'the other place where the sun don't shine' becomes important. One direction is towards Sirius and Orion and the hidden Canopus, the other direction is towards Cygnus and its consorts.
Isn't the bird supposed to be the harbinger of the dead to and from that other place?
Can the pyramids represent two places at once? Three...given they are actual and on the ground...on Earth...hmm...all kinds of myths can be retranslated and shown to have more meaning than all kinds of professionals have interpreted...that's like having a few numbers different to someone else, but who is believed?
The 'Bird' in Egypt is closer than Cygnus...that's because of the southern meridian alignment; Cygnus is in the pyramid when aligned to the northern meridian...flying into the gallery while Vega is hovering above the top step. Depending on which cycle of Precession is had, Vega can be right on the top step instead of in the top of the gallery. If Rodney wants to find out how to do it, check opusmundialisrostau.weebly.com and just look at the pictures. Of course, I have no mention of the northern alignment and how that brings all kinds of hidden information out of past myths and legends...just like what I do have brings out hidden information out of past myths and legends. The southern meridian captures Canopus in two rooms, one underground and the other above ground...that's the direction I stick with. The other direction is for someone else to play with...