When we project the Gizeh plateau onto Mars, we might not immediately expect to see a correspondence. But, as we find out in this next chapter of our series “From the Pyramids to the Garden of Eden”, there is.
Quite mysteriously, there is an region on Mars, the Tharsis Regio, which groups the highest volcanoes in the solar system, whose precise geography is a good approximation to the pattern of the pyramid field at Gizeh in Egypt. Also, for some reason the pyramid field of Gizeh overflows with references to the planet Mars. Playing with this conundrum for the better part of four years, I was able to discover that this is not a coincidence but a link the ancient Egyptians deliberately anchored and preserved in their art, pictography, pantheon, mythology, stories about the constellations and monumental architecture on multiple pyramid fields. Surprisingly birds such as water fowl and falcons play a pivotal role, and, bewilderingly, so does a coordinated interplay of two constellations.
To find out how this link can be substantiated using clues left behind by the ancient Egyptians themselves, check out the following video’s. They give a short rendition of the thought processes and partial associations that led me on the trail of a deeper truth about our presence here on Earth, a truth that was left behind by an earlier generation of man preceding ancient Egypt.
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