I started to reflect back on Egypt, with its famous Sphinx and Great Pyramids. The limestone Sphinx of Giza, with its massive human face crowned by an elaborate headdress, struck me as uncommonly similar to the Face on Mars. Not only that, both the Sphinx and the Mars Face are located in close proximity to massive Pyramids. Could this be mere random chance? There has to be a connection, a Mars-Earth connection.
The more I thought about what it might mean that there is a Face and Pyramids on Mars, the more I began to think about all the megalithic structures here on Earth. We have large stone monuments that are located on every continent, yet we don’t really know for sure who built them and for what purpose. A perfect example is the Giza Pyramids.
According to mainstream science, the Egyptian Pyramids were constructed over a century and a half period from approximately 2630 to 2490 BC. The largest of the Pyramids, located near the Sphinx on the Giza plateau, is generally dated circa 2550 BC. Standing 147 meters high, it was the tallest monument in the entire world until the 19th century. The Great Giza Pyramid consists of nearly two and a half million stone blocks, each weighing from 2.5 to 15 tons. Scientists estimate that these massive blocks would have to have been set at a rate of one every two and a half minutes. What kind of work force could have been capable of such an impressive feat given the technology of the time?
If you ask an Egyptologist “Who built the Pyramids?” they will answer that ancient Egyptian workers devoted to their pharaohs built them. They base this theory on wall carvings and hieroglyphs depicting workers moving large blocks of stone.
But the real question should be “Where are the tools they used?” Large quarry sites from today use very large machinery to accomplish these monumental kinds of tasks. Where are the machines or advanced tools the ancient Egyptians used? The Great Giza Pyramid stands at the center of an extremely elaborate complex including many smaller pyramids, temples and several tombs. It is not enough to say that 20,000 people working 80 years straight could have built all of this WITHOUT the use of large quarry sites or tools to excavate the stones used.
New evidence has risen that raises even more questions as to the actual purpose of the Pyramids as well as their construction date. Using star mapping software on a PC, we can determine where the stars will be located at any specific time in the future or the past. This is useful for knowing that you can go outside your home at night and locate specific star constellations.
Using star mapping software over the Giza plateau reveals some interesting information about the three Pyramids and the Sphinx located there. It turns out that the three Pyramids of Giza form a terrestrial map of the Orion constellation, as Orion would have appeared in 10,500 BC. Also, on that exact date, the Sphinx (a creature with the face of a human and the body of a lion) gazes east directly into the constellation of LEO, the lion.
Is this just coincidence? How could the Egyptians from 2,500 BC build the Giza Pyramids to precisely match the Orion Constellation from the year 10,500 BC?
It is certain that the principal Giza monuments form an accurate terrestrial map of the three stars of Orion’s belt as these constellations appeared in 10,500 BC. Who could have been observing the skies over Giza in 10,500 BC and who, at that date, could have had the technical capacity to realize such monumental works as the Sphinx and the Pyramids? Egyptologists assert that there were no civilizations on Earth at that time, let alone one capable of planning and building such immense, well-engineered structures.
If they are right, why do the alignments of Giza so plainly and repetitively mirror the skies of the 11th millennium BC? There may be a ‘terrestrial connection’ between Giza and Cydonia – the region of Mars where the mysterious structures are located – perhaps a common source that imparted the same legacy of knowledge and symbolism on both worlds.
If the structures are intelligently created, then what is their purpose? When you look closely at the image below, you can clearly see what appears to be a terrain difference right at about where a shoreline would be if the city were on the edge of land. The Face is positioned in a way that would be visible from the city. So are other key features in this area, like the D&M pyramid.
Is this just coincidence? NOPE. The geology alone speaks for its self. Whether or not the surface difference is caused by water, I am not able to say since I am not a geologist. But, in my opinion just by looking at the image myself, and the anomalies in the region, it seems quite possible that Cydonia was built right at the edge of water. On Earth, this is where we commonly build waterfront property.
The Giza Sphinx, too, stands on the west bank of the Nile River. Notice the color difference and the knobby terrain near all the pyramidal structures in the Cydonia region. These characteristics might well indicate that the pyramids were located on land. The Face, however, is surrounded by less knobby, lighter color surface.
The Sphinx is said to have been constructed between 2558 and 2532 BC. There is strong geological evidence that the Sphinx has been heavily weathered by water sometime in its past. The nature of the weathering suggests that it was caused by heavy rain over a long period of time. If the Sphinx was, in fact, built circa 2500 BC, as mainstream scientists claim, that would place its construction long after the climate changes that transformed Egypt into an arid landscape. When was the last time it rained on the Giza dessert? Just over 10,000 years ago…
When we look at the mind, body, and soul connection, what we are really seeking to understand is the intangible energy of the inner world that speaks from our inner self as the language of the soul.
Karma is an ongoing process and involves not only the past but also present, and the future. Your thoughts in your past lives have an effect on your present life, and your present actions have an effect on your future life. Your current actions can also have an impact in your present life.