THE ALL SEEING EYE ABOVE THE FLAT TOPPED, GREAT PYRAMID OF EGYPT.
With the passage of many millenniums, the original meaning of once benign and friendly symbolism can be obscured and even take on a sinister meaning or purpose. Such has been the case with much of the star-pattern, crossing geometry that migrated out of Egypt in pre dynastic times and became the primary symbolism of early European civilisations. With the advent of the Christian Church, much of this former, very useful, sacred geometry or cultural symbolism was demonised, fell into disrepute and those who continued using it were accused of dabbling in witchcraft.
A lot of the ancient cultural-symbolism, geometry, traditions, measurements and practices were preserved by guilds and societies that had to remain secretive in order to escape the deadly repression of the church during the Dark Ages. Today, much of the ancient symbolism is labeled as "occult" and an all pervading attitude of suspicion and distrust focuses on the secret societies or others that continue to preserve and use it.
We need to ask, what are the true origins of the "All Seeing Eye" atop a flat topped pyramid, as depicted on the US dollar shown above?
To the left is seen an old fly-by photo from an Italian newspaper, showing the jumbled and wrecked, top of the Great Pyramid.
This pyramid, undoubtedly, provided stair or ladder access to the top, either internally or externally. It's also probable that there was access to the top of the Khafre Pyramid as well for taking sighting fixes and training students in triangulation mathematics.
To the right is a depiction of surveying geometry, based upon a 64-square calculating matrix, and something along these lines might have once adorned the flat floor atop the Great Pyramid during the remote epoch when it served as Egypt's pre-eminent surveying benchmark.
A similar matrix was found at Nazca, Peru.
This matrix design is found in high country overlooking the Nazca lines.
It is set out as a 64-square pattern and is similar in design to another matrix landscape pattern at Rennes le Chateau in southern France. The game of chess, with its 64-square board, is said to have been introduced into Europe from Egypt during the crusades. It was, most probably, a calculation matrix when originally conceived in antiquity.
An Arab guide stands atop the Great Pyramid, with unobstructed, panoramic views behind him SSW, all the way to the distant horizon and Khafre Pyramid in the immediate background.
To the right is seen the jumbled top of the second pyramid (Khafre). Is it possible there was a sighting platform (albeit much smaller) at the summit of this one also and access to the top? Another sighting platform atop Khafre would have been very useful when teaching triangulation mathematics to students of navigation and cyclic astronomy.
So, let's see what the All Seeing Eye was gazing-out upon:
The Djoser stepped-stone Pyramid is situated 47250' @ 146.6666-degrees from the Great Pyramid's crown surveying altar.
This distance equates to exactly 9 Greek miles. The distance is also 75 Greek Stadia (630'), 90 short Stadia (525'), 4500 Hebrew Reeds (10.5'), 22500 Assyrian Royal Cubits (25.2"), 45000 Greek feet (12.6") or 275000 Egyptian Royal Cubits of 20.61818182".
The Khafre Pyramid on the Giza Plateau was built using the 3,4,5 triangle method for half the base length (3) height (4) and sloping face (5). Its half length was 354.375' (which in days is the duration of a lunar year); its height was 472.5' (which in days was 16 lunar months); and its slope length was 590.625' (which in days was 20 lunar months).
The 146.66666-degrees (146 & 2/3rds) angle away from the Great Pyramid is navigational coding within the "11" family of increments and 146.6666' is 1/36th of a mile of 5280'. There would be 11.25 increments of 1466.66666' in an English League.
This angle onto the Djoser Pyramid is very clever, in that the return angle back to the Great Pyramid can also be read as 326.7-degrees. Under the 24750 English mile equatorial circumference the distance around the Earth was 130680000' or 32670000' X 4.
Lines from the 3 large Giza Pyramids converge onto the Djoser Pyramid, 9 Greek miles from the Great Pyramid. To the ENE are seen the Userkaf and Seti Pyramids and to the SSW the Sekhemkhet Pyramid.
Whereas there is clear coding in distance and angle between the Great Pyramid and the Djoser Pyramid, the others of the Giza trio drift off slightly in providing clearly identifiable codes of both distance and angle combined.
The distance to Khafre Pyramid was 46875' @ 324.78-degrees.
The 46875 value works in a mathematical progression to generate many navigational or lunar numbers. An example would be: 24750 ÷ 5280 = 4.6875.
Some semblance of coding existed in the whole degree angle back to Menkaure Pyramid (323-degrees). The distance was probably meant to convey a "7" progression (46285 & 5/7ths), which would have worked well when generating numbers related to the equatorial circumference of the Earth.
The whole point of the exercise when doing triangulations was to calculate the variance (elongations or diminishing of lengths and changing angles) with fixes taken from opposite ends of a baseline.
As is very often the case at megalithic sites across the world, when the 5250' mile is encoded, the slightly longer 5280' mile is encoded alongside.
Whereas the Djoser Pyramid was intended to sit 9 Greek miles away from the Great Pyramid at Giza, the Sekhemkhet Pyramid adjacent was 9 English miles or 47520' @ 148.5-degrees from the apex of the Khafre Pyramid. This distance also equates to 8 ancient Scottish miles of 5940' each.
The angle of 148.5-degrees sets up a mathematical progression related to the 5940' Scottish mile and 1485' would equate to 1/4th of a Scottish mile. As was common with all of the European nations of antiquity, they tended to vary the overall, preferred lengths in common, everyday, national usage, while keeping the increments in perfect ratio to the lengths adopted by other cousin nations. Thus, the Scottish mile was simply 660' (1-furlong/furrowlong) longer than the English mile.
Whereas there were 24750 English miles in the circumference of the Earth ("11" system), this same distance equated to 22000 Scottish miles.