My viewpoint; it's irrelevant. Because I don't think the Arabic/Persians/whatever who graffitied Egypt, are the ones who built the pyramids.Quote
I would ask "Was the higher ground the most "prestigious ground" at the Giza plateau?" in relation to their cultural beliefs and religious views.
There is prestigious ground at Giza? Looks like it's either sand, or sand, or river front, or more sand to me.
So where on the plateau would be the best place to be furtherest away from death, closest to the sun/god rising on the horizon and be closest to the Imperishables/oarsmen of sunbarge all with being guaranteed that no one else would later build a pyramid that could block his view/aim to the rising god and Imperishables?
Wondering how Scott will answer this one.
If Scott & Gary, or anyone else for that matter, are going to buy into this whole religious hocus pocus with Orion, Osiris, Horus, and shafts that jettison souls to stars, then everything in their theory has to fit in that framework. I mean if south is going to be up, then everything else has to be situated accordingly and has to answer to all that religious bunk. It's what the egyptologists do.