The Great Pyramid of Giza: A Modern View on Ancient Knowledge, Earth and Water – Part I
The four visible side faces of the Great Pyramid of Giza reflect the four earthly elements Earth, Water, Air and Fire. The fifth invisible element Aether is represented by the invisible ground surface of the pyramid, the foundation on which the four elements are arranged, and at the same time, the divine medium that merges these four elements. It is the perfect metaphor for creation; the five elements, the five Platonic solids. The element Aether is the invisible carrier of all information and can also be regarded as the so-called 'God-field.' The ancient Egyptian djed pillar is composed of four individual pillars assembled to form a symbol of strength and creation. These four pillars represent the four visible earthly elements, merged by the divine element Aether. Together with the ankh and the was-scepter, these specific ancient Egyptian symbols (Ankh - Was - Djed) represent the 'divine creative life force.'
The five elements of creation (Image © Willem Witteveen)
Each element represents a sustainable process inside the Great Pyramid. The book 'The Great Pyramid of Giza - a modern view on ancient knowledge' by Willem Witteveen describes these magnificent processes and makes the Great Pyramid of Giza indisputably the most outstanding library of knowledge and monument of creation, rather than a tomb for a deceased pharaoh. It is no coincidence that the ratio of surface area between the four visible side faces and the invisible ground surface equals the golden ratio, the irrational number 1.618. Everything on Earth and beyond is based on this ratio and is the result of the congregation of the five elements, the confluence of the earthly and the divine as enshrined in the ancient Egyptian culture.
The element Earth
The Great Pyramid of Giza is an important part of the Giza pyramid complex situated on the edge of modern Cairo. The Giza plateau is known for the Sphinx and the three large pyramids of Khufu, Kha-F-Ra (successor of Khufu) and Men-Kau-Ra (successor of Kha-F-Ra and son of Khufu), all pharaohs from the fourth dynasty; a time period from 2613 until 2498 BCE ( Before Common Era). The Giza plateau is a higher situated massive rock plateau and inextricably connected with the structures on it.
- The Great Pyramid of Giza as a monument of creation - Part 1: Earth
- The Great Pyramid of Giza as a monument of creation - Part 2: Water Element
- The Crowns of the Pharaohs
The connection with the Earth is optimal and every vibration in the Earth and the rock plateau is unabated passed on to the three aforementioned pyramids which are basically a continuation of the massive Earth. Not hindered or disturbed by intermediate ground layers or different stone layers but a perfect continuity from Earth to the massive monuments build upon it.
The Giza Pyramid Complex map ( CC BY-SA 3.0 )
The three pyramids on the Giza plateau are a direct projection on Earth of the three inner planets: Earth, Venus and Mercury. The positioning, color and size of the three pyramids correspond to mutual positioning, color and relative size of these three planets at a certain moment in time. The Sphinx is of the same age as the pyramids and the exact position of the three pyramids in relation to the similar position of the three inner planets reveal the year 10,472 BCE as the year of establishment of the whole Giza complex, a complex with a construction period of at least 300 years instead of the implausible 20 years Egyptologists still want us to believe.
The Sphinx at Giza ( CC BY-SA 2.0 )
The element Water
The first season of the ancient Egyptian calendar was the 'Akhet' season, in which the Nile river flooded as a result of the extensive rainy season in eastern Africa. The 'Akhet' season or yearly inundation, between June and September, was according to the ancient Egyptians, the yearly coming of the god Hapi, the god of the annual flooding that brought fertility to their land. This Egyptian god was welcomed by the lion on the Giza plateau, the Sphinx, located at the base of the Giza plateau and close to the banks of the Nile river. The Greek historian Herodotus (435 BCE) stated that the Nile water reached the front paws of the Sphinx during the annual floods, which was precisely the intention of the ancient builders.
Hapi, shown as an iconographic pair of genii symbolically tying together upper and lower Egypt. ( CC BY-SA 3.0 )
At the time of these life-bringing floods, the Sun and the constellation of Leo both rose above the horizon in the east and therefore the Sphinx was also called the 'Guardian of the Sun.' The Sphinx is not a mythical creature from Egyptian mythology, nor a pharaoh with the body of a lion. It is merely a lion looking east as a direct representative of the nine gods of creation, descending to Earth during the astrological era of the lion, approximately 12,000 years ago at the end of the last glacial period. These nine Egyptian gods of creation, better known as the Ennead of Heliopolis, are the mythological creators and representatives of the celestial bodies in our solar system: Sun (Atum-Ra), Mercury (Shu), Venus (Tefnut), Earth (Geb), Mars (Nut), Jupiter (Osiris), Saturn (Seth), Uranus (Isis) and Neptune (Nephthys).