Drew: On the one hand, and considering the good possibility that there is more to the planning of the Giza pyramids - and for one theory, the arrangement of the chambers and passages of the Great Pyramid being aligned to astronomical positions - having 10,500 BC as a model could be better suited, not circa. 2,200 BC, which is about 400 years after the pyramid was supposedly built.
SC: A complimentary aspect of the RVT is the Giza Precession Timeline. In the arrangement of the Gizamids we are presented with a star-clock that utilises the precessional motion of Orion's Belt. This is why the two sets of so-called Queens' Pyramids are so important as these represent the two culminations of the Orion Belt stars, connected by a line which is intersected precisely halfway by the Sphinx. One set of queens' precession markers presents the minimum culmination of the Belt stars at ca.10,500 BCE whilst the second set of queens' precession markers presents the maximum culmination of the Belt stars at ca.2,500 CE (i.e. around 500 years in our future). We need to stop fixating on the 10,500 BCE date as this really only serves as a calibrating point for the Precession Timeline whilst the ca.2,500 CE date serves as the second calibrating point. Between these two dates we have approx 13,000 years.
The middle pyramid has no culmination markers (i.e. no sets of three pyramids comparable with the other two sets of queens). The reason for the absence of these structures at the second pyramid (G2) is simply because there are only TWO culminations ergo two sets of queens culmination markers. (See diagrams below):
In image 1 (above) we circumscribe the Giza Pyramid field with a circle by locating the 3 most outer points of the Gizamids (points 1,2 & 4). Quite remarkably by connecting these 3 points with a circle we find the Sphinx ends up sitting right on the circle's perimeter. It is important to understand that these 3 points are NOT arbitrary points - they have the common factor of being the 3 most outer points of the Giza pyramids. Whilst any 3 non-linear points will define a circle of a particular size, it is much less likely that any 4 points will do so. To then find the Sphinx sitting precisely on the circle's circumference tells us that this circle is more likely to be intentional design. You can try this for yourself by throwing 3 stones randomly to the ground and connecting them in a circle with a piece of string - you will ALWAYS find a circle for your 3 random points. Now try throwing 4 stones a connect them in a circle with a length of string and you will find it extremely difficult. By placing the Sphinx precisely on the circle's perimeter the ancients are telling us that the circle is intentional and further, that there is a connection between the Sphinx and the 3 points that define the circle.
In image 2 (above) notice the 10 GREEN DOTS along the blue diagonal. This NE/SW diagonal on the Giza plateau was first observed in the 1980s by Egyptologist, Dr Mark Lehner. Finding these structures aligned along this diagonal tells us also that this 'Lehner Line' is also INTENTIONAL (like the circle). Notice also how the diagonal cuts through 2 Queen's pyramids, connecting them like an axis. This is most important.
In Slide 3 (above) we can see that the Sphinx is perfectly aligned to the midpoint of the Precession Timeline (i.e. the 'Lehner-Goedicke Line').
Image 5 (above) shows how the Queen's Pyramid of Menkaure are aligned with the minimum culmination of the Orion's Belt stars c.10,460 BCE. This is one of 2 unique moments in the precession of the Belt Stars when they seem to stop moving across the horizon, turn and move in the opposite direction.
Slide 6 (above) shows how the Queen's Pyramid of Khufu are aligned with the maximum culmination of the Orion's Belt stars c.2,500 CE. This is the second of 2 unique moments in the precession of the Belt Stars when they again seem to stop moving across the horizon, turn and move in the opposite direction. Just like a clock's pendulum.
You can see more on this here: The Precession of Orions Queens.
Image 7 (above) shows how the 2 sets of Queens are connected by the 'Lehner-Goedicke Line'. These 2 sets of Queens depict the min & max culminations of the belt stars from c.10,460 BCE to c.2,500 CE - a total of some 12,960 years. As we can see now, the so-called 'Lehner Line' is actually a TIMELINE. Just like a clock's face has a timeline of 12 hours (x2), the Giza timeline lasts some 12,960 years.
Image 8 (above) shows the halway point date of 3,980 BCE. This is easily calculated since we know the timeline is 12,960 years halfway would be a total of 6,480 years. We subtract this value from the min culmination of the belt stars (i.e. from 10,460 BCE) to arrive at the date 3,980 BCE.
As we will now see, the ancients cleverly used the intentional circle with the intentional timeline to indicate 2 specific dates on the timeline as follows:
Image 9 (above) shows that there are only 2 points ABOVE the timeline (points 1 & 4). From the unique start point of the Sphinx we can connect these points. By so doing we find we intersect the timeline at very specific points (dates). We cannot connect any other points on the circle from the Sphinx.
Image 13 (above) shows the second line connected from the Sphinx. Again this line intersects the timeline at a very specific location (date).
The images above (13 & 14) show the 3 dates encoded within the Giza Precession Timeline.
Without getting over-complicated, the midpoint date of 3,980 BCE actually corresponds to ca.2650 BCE. A tilt of around 6 degrees resulted ina loss of precession time along the line of around 1350 years.
So, just to emphasise - the date of ca.10,500 BCE encoded into the Giza structures is only ONE of the calibrating dates. The other is ca.2,500 CE.
Think of it like this - imagine 12:00 written on the ground. Imagine also that 6:00 is also written on the ground with a straight line connecting it to 12;00. This line represents 6 hours time duration (as opposed to 13,000 years). If someone were to come along and mark the precise halfway point of the 12:00-6:00 line by leaving a small statue of say, a lion, on that point in the line we would be able to work out with simple division the time being marked. One thing the AEs also tell us, however, is that this devastation is a cycle that occurs at the usual interval "like a pestillence". It may then be that we have a means to work out when these cycles are due to occur and plan for them (like building our own modern equivalent of a seed/recovery vault like what the AEs actually did).
This date represented by the Sphinx on the Precession Timeline marks the beginning of the end of the Old Kingdom AE civilisation but which, as a result of the National Recovery Programme they put in place (by building the pyramid Recovery Vaults), was able to revivicate itself and - unlike many other cultures of that time - was reborn into the Middle Kingdom.
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