Most of us think we are.. but I would like you to let me know how you react to the following statement.

The Great Pyramid of Cheops has eight sides, not four as assumed.

(I am not taking the base into consideration here).

asked 20 Feb '10, 06:09

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Yes a octahedron I have heard this before, I remember reading of this I can't remember where it might have been in Pyramid Power.

That makes it a large Merkaba actually, which makes sense why when my teacher Earlyne Channy spent a night in it the ceiling opened up to her and she saw stars, sort of like a traveling vehicle. It is an interesting concept to contemplate if the base below is not made with walls physical it could be the etheric counter part as there is a chamber at the bottom that is suppose to be even more amazing than the kings chamber to stay in. It as I recall was a place of initiation where as your thought manifested, so anything you were afraid of you would have, anything you thought of if your mind was on good things you'd have those things. If you worried what if there is snakes down here you immediately find yourself crawling with a snake or snakes. There was a story of a man that was killed by a snake that did not exist in Egypt but when examine they found yes he was bitten by a snake you only find in America, because that was his fear, he did not know that snake was not there.

So yes I see the octahedron theory as plausible.

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answered 20 Feb '10, 20:11

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Wade Casaldi

edited 21 Feb '10, 00:46

I am a real fan of Earlyne Chaney, most especially her books on Kundalini and opening the Third Eye. She was an inspirational person and I am glad I came across her work.

(21 Feb '10, 22:15) Inactive User ♦♦

For those that are interested there are some interesting experiments one can do with just a mini pyramid. The place of 'power' is 1/3 the way up, in the centre.

(21 Feb '10, 22:22) Inactive User ♦♦

Ahh you are an Astarian too, there are a few of us here I know.

(22 Feb '10, 17:04) Wade Casaldi

I am an Astarian too Lorraine and Wade. The books Earlyne wrote before transitioning are still so relevant and helpful today.

(24 Feb '10, 18:11) LeeAnn 1

Oh yes I have her videos too from her adventures in Egypt, Greece and Mexico. Amazing stuff she was something, and no matter how amazing an experience she seemed calm and like "this is just another unusual thing that usually happens around me" attitude.

(24 Feb '10, 22:06) Wade Casaldi
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I'm not surprised, everything "I SEE" starts with an Octagon with a hollow center. I have no idea why, nor do I care. It Just Is.


answered 20 Feb '10, 06:20

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edited 26 Feb '10, 06:11

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Wow- What an amazing experience!! I wish I had... :) something like that happen to me. I have read a little about the Merkaba but I will pay more attention to it now that you have drawn me to it. Thank you!

(20 Feb '10, 06:50) Inactive User ♦♦

If you count the inside as a side and the outside as a side, then the Cheops pyramid has eight sides (four on the inside, four on the outside).


answered 20 Feb '10, 15:31

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But if it has and inside and an outside then each side must have a width - to distinguish inside from outside. Aren't those width sides also sides?

(20 Feb '10, 15:43) Stingray

@Stingray: no, because the width seamlessly forms a part of some other side, and is therefore included in it.

(20 Feb '10, 18:52) Vesuvius

A bit of a clue... at the right time one can see all the sides at once with the physical eyes..

(21 Feb '10, 22:26) Inactive User ♦♦

When I went thru the Great Pyramid I felt like I was walking aroung the inside of a piece of machinery. I most definitely did not think it was a temple or a funerary place - no decorations for starters.

(21 Feb '10, 22:48) Inactive User ♦♦
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Believe it ot not

Check out the Groves aeriel photo 2/3rd way down the page and Ikonos satellite image below that.

While we are on pyramids - Did you know there are lots of them in China including a giant white one?


answered 22 Feb '10, 04:37

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Was anyone actually surprised to see that the Great Pyramid of Cheops has eight sides, and all visible when you look for them?

(23 Feb '10, 23:04) Inactive User ♦♦

You know.. I tried this experiment on another site and I got the same result... no-one would own up to the fact that they were wrong in their assumption that the Great Pyramid has four sides. Very interesting...

I also have a sneaking suspicion that no-one actually went into the site to see if such a thing was really possible... ??

For those that have eyes that see, and ears that hear..
Jesus taught me that - thank you Jesus.


answered 26 Feb '10, 00:09

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So are you ever going to explain it?

(26 Feb '10, 06:12) Vesuvius

No unfortunately most can not go to the site it self and see it from inside as you did. I know I don't have that kind of money, so please explain what you saw, I am interested.

(26 Feb '10, 06:34) Wade Casaldi

So are you ever going to explain it? – Vesuvius 2 days ago

THAT is the whole point of this exercise. I told you something that was a fact, that could be proved, provided directions of how you might prove it for yourself, actually posted PHOTOS...

and how many bothered to investigate for themselves?

Maybe that fabled 'Teacher' which appears when the student is ready, is there all the time, the teacher is just waiting till the student's eyes are ready to see what is before him all the time.

I purposely posted the first link which made you scroll down 2/3 the page before the photo was featured. Staying power, or perseverence, is another requisite for the seeker after Truth.


answered 28 Feb '10, 22:10

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