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Books I have been reading lately are, The Orion Mystery by Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert and The Message of the Sphinx by Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval. I honestly do not understand why there is a big reluctance on the the part of academic Egyptologists to accept the notion that the Heliopolitan priesthood knew about precession of the equinoxes. That using the Horus/Osirus mythology and placing it in the context of the precessional journey of the constellation of Orion makes so much more sense than the Giza complex as a “tomb”. This theory certainly explains in much better context why would ancient Egyptians have worked in the extreme conditions of the Sahara desert for years quarrying, moving, and placing with extreme accuracy the pyramids. I am a little shaky on the idea that the other pyramids making up other constellations, though. Too many “stars” would be missing. The idea that the fifth dynasty Kings may have had a little more leeway in the placement of their pyramids is certainly interesting, the Pyramid Texts say that the king would become a star in the Duat. So maybe the just made a Pyramid/tomb wherever they thought their star would be. Kewl…

My revision of my home page is coming along nicely, should be able to post it soon ….

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