If, as Robert Bauval has revealed, the three pyramids at Giza, Egypt, reflect the belt of Orion, what of the other stars in that area of the sky? Should there not also be some other structures at these proportionally equidistant locations away from the pyramids? How might other suspected sites of possible underground chambers, as proposed by Carmen Boulter, fit into this layout? Have we been meticulous enough in scanning these areas around Giza using our infrared ground-penetrating satellite imaging at these locations?
Clearly the ancients built their monumental structures not only above ground but below ground as well so that it is not without reason to suggest that there are entire megalithic complexes scattered about, now buried under mountains of sand. Throughout eons of time, original structures such as the Osirion or whatever lies below the Great Pyramid, might have been the first temples or schools which mimicked the stars above — essentially claiming heavenly real estate, as it were. So it is very likely that the first megaliths were erected in order to claim the real estate of the brightest stars first, such as Orion’s Belt. Subsequent stone monuments would then claim those stars and constellations that remained unclaimed. Over time, each temple would be covered in sand, as geomorphological processes shifted climates, wind patterns, temperatures, and effectively relocating mountainous sand dunes and the hydromorphological trajectories of rivers as large as the Nile.
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