Thursday, May 8, 2008

The Great Pyramid and the antechamber

The preparation of candidates in the anteroom is a time for introspection. In the Great Pyramid, the antechamber is mostly Granite, symbolizing its spiritual nature, similar to the Kings Chamber, with its geometry of infinite time/space, all of granite. The entire rest of The Great Pyramid is of limestone. The only possible design which embodies both Pi and the golden section. The antechamber is the access to the portal of the Kings Chamber, and access is not automatic there, shown by the symbolic triple veil portcullis. It protrudes into the Grand Gallery with the Great Step, that date may be the commencement of the Kosmon era, dated by OAHSPE at 1848. The Pyramid Decoded by Lemesurier is the most comprehensive look at the numerologic study of the Pyramid, tho not the first i.e. Smyth. Edgar Cayce validated many times the timeline of the inner compartments. The sacred geometry of the kings chamber is beyond belief, and the triple test of the antechamber suggests that successfully reaching harvest, or graduation from this plane of existence, is no easy passage. Also I think that the limestone coming down from above at the back of the antechamber may suggest an elevator like quality, that qualifying for spiritual entrance to the timeless Kings Chamber is almost unattainable when considering the multitudes of souls who have led lives here on earth. O'Being, that high demand for a chance to incarnate into a planet near harvest, as our is, is so high, it speaks of the great potential for consciousness raising at this moment. What to do? of course redouble your efforts, toward the service of your choice, to others or to self. Remember in the Nag Hammadi, Christ even noted how difficult it was for him to maintain his own grade of purity. Love all that is, in every moment, the sacred Boss, the living bread.


Greg Stewart said...

I just recently read Hall's description of the pyramid and its function, not as a burial chamber, but as a grand chamber of initiation, and it created for me a whole new outlook on the mystery schools and the undercurrent of this notion of an elevated sense of self.

It did run into conflict with my formal education in Art History and History as it ran counter positive to the traditional notions, but perhaps in this new state of me, hall's conclusions seemed just that much more sensible.

Unknown said...

MT, Ill tell you what I believe, and as usual it is not based in empiricism. I believe what Ra Material says, that the Great Pyramid was manifested not from human hands, unlike the others which were built by slave labor. I think therefore that the inner chambers teach through measure mans legacy as seen from a point out of time. That those apparent blocks of stone are designed as such, so as not to break the law of freewill. For what its worth. Regards