A house of the moon should in theory be associated with a Decan star or asterism. Dodd proposes a method to determining the decan stars of the era and leverages that method to purpose a set of pseudo decans which includes Alhena. Examining data on Alhena, there are some remarkable finds:
Distance: 109.3 ± 8 light years distance from earth. Petrie’s survey of the Great Pyramid revealed an expected base length of 440 Royal Cubits, of which 110 is an integer division and is incidentally the age expressed in years for Djedi;
Radius: 4.03 Rsolarwhere Rsolar represents the suns radius (source: Blazere et al); and
Mass: 2.8M solar where M solar represents the suns mass (source: Blazere et al). The expected height of Khufu’s pyramid according to Petrie’s survey is 280 Royal Cubits.
Dodd, W. W., Decans, Djed Pillars, and Seasonal-Hours in Ancient Egypt, Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Vol. 105, No. 5, p.187 [adsabs.harvard.edu]
Blazere et al, Magnetic geometry and surface differential rotation of the bright Am star Alhena A, MNRAS Preprint, accessed from [www.astro.uu.se], p2,p6