They were built for one sole purpose and that was to pass on knowledge to us. But strangely by the time we figured that out we would have already have to have that knowledge so really they were just confirming to us that the knowledge we have was known before and is not new and that our legacy goes way back.
Scott and I go way back and he has consistently presented arguments that have not been provable. This time however it is a published report and I am quite within my rights to disprove it by any means possible until a retraction is made. The whole point of the theory rests on moving the center of the middle pyramid so that it lines up with the middle of the belt stars. As proof of this he offers an erroneous theory which I have now proved conclusively is in error. So it follows like a row of falling dominos that in all likelihood the reason for the center pyramid not lining up is because it was never meant to and was never meant to represent the three belt stars.
This is not to be trivialized as there is much at stake. You may call it gnawing at the bone but too much time has already been wasted chasing this erroneous theory while more reasonable AND PROVABLE theories go ignored and unnoticed and called "contrived".
At least Scott attempted to show why the belt stars did not line up with the Giza Pyramids. Others have remained silent lest their own personal cult followers ask questions. The only other person to offer up a reason for why the belt stars did not line up was Avry Wilson. His drawing at least worked.
So excuse me while I gnaw more at these bones. I am still hungry.
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