Just a slight interruption.
Board members are only privileged to engage with an AOM for a short time. That is why some of us like to maximise the opportunity so as to make the month as meaningful as possible.
In "Black Genesis," it states :
"At Giza, then, the place of Zep Tepi, the precise year around 12,000 BCE that marked the southern culmination of Sirius was by definition the heliacal rise of the entire Sirius precession cycle—the origin of the supercycle of all the cycles. Further, at essentially the same time the king of all North Stars, Vega, culminated shining down into the subterranean passage and the pattern of the three stars of Orion’s belt matched perfectly the pattern of the three pyramids of Giza."
My understanding of this passage is that Zep Tepi is specific.
It would be challenging to accept that Vega shone down the subterranean passage from 12 000 BC to 10 500 BC.
The question which I am trying to resolve - so far unsuccessfully - is that in "Heaven's Mirror," by Graham Hancock, this exact correlation of the Belt Stars and the Giza pyramids was stated to have occurred at approx. 10 500 BC.
"... there was only one epoch in which heaven and earth locked together perfectly...and only in that epoch, that the pattern of the pyramids on the ground would have exactly replicated the pattern of the three belt stars and is only perfect in the astronomical 'first time' of 10 500 BC."
He further elaborates :
"...this correlation involves the Sphinx, which is aligned with painstaking accuracy to gaze due east...and at the precise moment that the top of the solar disk breaks over the horizon due east, perfectly in line with the gaze of the Sphinx...the three stars of Orion's belt would have been positioned due south, 'culminating' at the meridian in a pattern identical to the ground plan of the Giza Pyramids."
Those other markers which you mentioned may well be the time of Zep Tepi but do they specfically refer to this exactitude as just stated?
Could the Belt Stars have formed a perfect correlation with the Giza Pyramids for 1500 years? Could Sirius have been at its southern culmination for that period of time?