THE GREAT PYRAMID, 15,000 YEARS OLD
There have been so many truths and lies written about the famous and endlessly researched pyramids of Egypt. After centuries of research and speculations one is still not in agreement over, who, what, when and how the Great Pyramid has been built. Modern day Egyptologists are in agreement that Cheops is the builder of the Great Pyramid. Egyptologists are certain of this. There isn't a doubt possible especially considering the fact that above the 'kings chamber' in the so called 'decompression chamber' a cartouche has been found with the name Cheops written on it. According to Egyptologists this is the most convincing piece of evidence that Cheops built the Great Pyramid. However the originality of the cartouche of Khufu has been doubted ever since the 'discovery' of the cartouche of Khufu by Colonel Howard Vyse in 1837. Quite soon after his 'discovery' one thought that he had possibly painted the cartouche in a highly ambiguous location himself (one of Vyse's co-workers noticed that the paint used on the cartouche was still wet). After some very thorough research Zecharia Sitchin was able to produce enough evidence in 1980 that the cartouche was an imitation. Sitchin tells us that the cartouche was painted with symbols that weren't used for another 2000 years after the time of Khufu . Even though there is enough evidence against it many Egyptologists believe that this cartouche is the convincing bit of information that Khufu was the builder of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
But is this true? Are the Egyptologists correct in what they are trying to fool us into
believing ? Let's look at what other facts are available for us out there. Oddly enough these
are facts that hardly any one ever speaks of because these facts originate from an Arabic
source of old and can not be counted. There are various reports written by Arabic chronicle
writers that can tell us that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built before the all destructive
deluge in order to save the knowledge that mankind had received from the gods. Several of
these reports have been summarized in the Hitat of Al Makrizi (translated in the early 1900's
from Arabic into German at the University of Leiden) A very detailed report is given over the
Great Pyramid and the builder of it - an Egyptian king from before the deluge.
The Sun is always ahead in the Zodiac except for in the springtime when the Sun runs behind,
as if it were falling. To summarize the ancient pyramid text - it says that the pyramids were
built in Falling Vulture in Cancer'. If we translate this into plain English then it says that
the pyramid was built when the Sun lowered into springtime in the period of Cancer, which ran
from approx. 8810 - 6650 BC. The signs of the Zodiac run backwards, currently we are living in
the time of Pisces. Before that there was Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and Leo. If the Arabian
legends are correct then something is not right because apparently the Great Pyramid was built
before the great fold which we just saw was during the period of Cancer which ran from approx.
8810 - 6650 BC. So were the Arabian historians way off or were they correct? Egyptian priests
had told Herodotus that the Sun had risen four times outside of it's 'normal' place, that is to
say twice where the Sun sets and twice where the Sun rises. According to current day scholars
it is simply not possible that the Sun rose in the west so the the part where Herodotus tells
us of the Egyptians is simply wiped off the table as a misinterpretation. But Herodotus wasn't
crazy, he was right.
If we examine all these facts in a logical manner and not be too quick to say that some of
these facts don't make any sense because we don't know where they fit into the big picture
just yet or that some historian did write down the facts incorrectly then we conclude nothing
different then the fact that the Great Pyramid built in 'Falling Vulture in Cancer' is 15,000
years old. It is in this manner that all the previous facts including the Arabic ones, come to
a very logical conclusion; they tally up!
Translated by Marijke Bouma.