Treasure Island

Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Giza Pyramids Alignments With Stars


symbolism shafts
emanating from King
Queen’s chambers

aligned to specific stars
which stars why meaning what
extending to exterior not

northern southern shafts
from Queen’s chamber
do not extend to exterior

construction abandoned
mid way point northern shaft
points to Kocab Star set

associated by ancient Egyptians
with an immortality of their soul
southern shaft set points to Sirius

cosmic mother of all Egypt’s kings
star alignment of King’s chamber’s
southern shaft over Giza ancient skies

at 2500 BC targets Al Nitak brightest
of three symbolic stars in Orion’s belt
identifies resurrection rebirth Osiris

all four shafts high precision align to exact
location of stars in 2500 BC epoch four stars
ritually important but does this date pyramids

2500 BC does not exact match three pyramids
ground layout with height of Orion’s belt stars
precession match of sky ground image perfect

in 10500 BC with star Mintaka smallest
of three Orion’s belt stars is slightly slanted
south-westerly relative to Milk Way axis

third pyramid offset from two larger pyramids
imitates this layout perfectly Great Pyramid aligns
to Al Nitak second to Al Nilam third to Mintaka

in 10500 BC epoch sacred River Nile in Egypt
actually mirrored galaxy Milky Way in night skies
ancient Egyptians precision Heaven on Earth built

Submitted: Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Edited: Thursday, October 13, 2011

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