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The symbolism of the Great Pyramid.

 
Nethawk
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The symbolism of the Great Pyramid.
Hello all,

Newbie here, but I've been lurking around as an unregistered member since 2008. Glad I've joined.

Anyhow, I just wanted to drop in finally and present the idea that the Great Pyramid may have been built to portray something far simpler and more relevant to us than what has been portrayed to date: us. I think the Great Pyramid was built to portray Christ, and that Christ was meant to help us become as he was.

Some ways I believe the Pyramid represents us in stone form:

1) Its geometry contains the four elements of earth, air, water, and fire along with the twelve astrological signs of the Zodiac.

2) It portrays a thirteenth sign - one containing the other twelve within itself, much like Jesus represented the thirteenth sign in comparison to the twelve disciples.

3) It possesses a third eye in the form of an eye seen on the back of the American dollar bill above a pyramid.

4) Its shape is that of a crystal, and since we are made in large part of water and water itself is cristalline, we are capable of dong whatever crystals can technologywise.

5) Androgyny - in the form of the King and Queen's chambers found within the structure. Dan Brown, of course, also touched upon this albeit via a different method when he says that the ancient symbol for humans are two triangular shapes inverted with one another; one signifying the female, the other male. The Jewish Star of David, of course, also possesses the same imagery.

Anyhow, I present the ideas on my site in much greater detail. It's located at Dreamingthepyramid.net.

I look forward to reading more materials here.

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2) It portrays a thirteenth sign - one containing the other twelve within itself, much like Jesus represented the thirteenth sign in comparison to the twelve disciples.
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Close. Do some reading on Ophiuchus/Serpentarius.
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Re: The symbolism of the Great Pyramid.
Huh?

The pyramids were built when?

Jesus was born when?
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There's also a 13th zodiac.

And a 5th element that is the combination of all elements (akasha).
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Re: The symbolism of the Great Pyramid.
I have - for several years now. I feel that like much found within Ufology, it bears little relevant meaning to the true meaning or purpose of a thirteenth sign.

"Jesus was born when?"

I didn't say the Pyramid is Jesus. I mentioned that it could have been built to represent Christ. I consider Christ and Jesus to be two separate things. To me, Christ is the "ambassador" that God or whatever sends here at the beginning of every new astrological age to teach humanity. The last such incarnation taking on that role in my view, was Jesus, since he essentially came to "end" Aries, and birth Pisces the Fish. he was a "fisher of men".

Now, with Aquarius rolling in, the Return of Christ doesn't necessarily equate the return of Jesus. I think the other side will send whoever is most suitable. Heck - it may even be plural rather than any single man (or woman). I really think it would be too much for any one person to handle to be designated as "the christ" nowadays. Maybe not if it's Extraterrestrials or interdimensionals.

By the way, i also have a full page dedicated to showing how the Pyramid is mentioned several times in the Bible. It's on the site. How do you link to sites on this forum anyway? Do I have to use BB code?

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Re: The symbolism of the Great Pyramid.
There's also a 13th zodiac.

And a 5th element that is the combination of all elements (akasha).
 Quoting: ZTE

"Out of the four, the five" = Tetragrammaton
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I consider Christ and Jesus to be two separate things. To me, Christ is the "ambassador" that God or whatever sends here at the beginning of every new astrological age to teach humanity. The last such incarnation taking on that role in my view, was Jesus, since he essentially came to "end" Aries, and birth Pisces the Fish. he was a "fisher of men".

Now, with Aquarius rolling in, the Return of Christ doesn't necessarily equate the return of Jesus.
 Quoting: Nethawk


I believe this is correct also. The 'Christ' is a title much like the "President". A President serves a term of 4 years at a time. The 'Christ' is elected and I believe serves a period of 2160 years. Jesus, or Immanuel, may still be the current 'Christ' of this dimension on this planet. Each dimension (of which there are 9) has its own 'Lord of the Cycle' or 'Lord of the Dimension'. Notice Jesus said in Matthews 28:20 ---->

Matthew 28:20 (NLV) - "And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age."

I did a bible study at one point and if I remember right the original greek word was 'aeon' and aeon refers to a period of 2160 years. I believe Jesus was saying He will be with us until the end of the aeon, at which point another 'Christ' would take his place and reign in 'heaven'. He would be with us because it is his responsibility to be with us, but at the end of his term he is free to pursue other avenues and is no longer the Christ. So most Christians are expecting Jesus to return, I never saw it that way. I see a new 'Christ' incarnating into the flesh to announce he is the new ruler of this dimension.
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