|Ancient Egyptian Pyramids|
So great are the similarities between the lives and deaths of the so-called gods, or great spiritual leaders, that it is impossible to resist the suggestion that the appearance, time and time again, in different parts of the world, of such nearly identical figures was far from coincidental. Indeed, it seems as if each of these men had been chosen, perhaps as a savior, more likely as an initiate, to get out among the people and undergo virtually identical experiences.
When it is recalled that every one of these figures lived in, or relatively near, a pyramidal area, Manly P. Hall’s description in The Secret Teachings of All Ages of the ritual enacted in the Great Pyramid takes on fresh significance:
In the King’s Chamber was enacted the drama of “the second death.” Here the candidate, after being crucified upon the cross of the solstices and the equinoxes, was buried in the great coffer. . . .
The candidate was laid in the great stone coffin, and for three days his spirit freed from its mortal coil wandered at the gateways of eternity. . . . Realizing that his body was a house which he could slip out of and return to without death, he achieved actual immortality. At the end of three days he returned to himself again, and having thus personally . . . experienced the great mystery, he was indeed an initiate one who beheld and one to whom religion had fulfilled her duty bringing him to the light of God.
Hall also writes:
The King’s Chamber was ... a doorway between the material world and the transcendental spheres of Nature. . . . Thus in one sense the Great Pyramid may be likened to a gate through which the ancient priests permitted a few to pass toward the attainment of individual completion.
It has been suggested by one theorist that the “few” who were permitted to pass were the survivors of the Atlantean Civilization, sent out by the priests to bring enlightenment to the people of the particular region in which, or near to which, there was a pyramid. In each instance, the “initiate” would travel the country, teaching, comforting and healing the people and then, in a mysterious fashion, vanish. In every case, however, twelve disciples, or apostles, would be left behind to insure that the memory of the teacher, now called a god, or savior, by the people, would be kept alive, and his teachings preserved for posterity.
A tantalizing suggestion, but one which leaves a number of questions unanswered. For instance:
Why was the ritual always so precisely the same why did the initiate have to be born at the same time, die in the same manner, etc.?
Were there a number of Atlantean colonies around the world perhaps one at each pyramidal site? Or was there just one, which had mastered the science of air travel and which flew around the world, from pyramid center to pyramid center, picking up new initiates and bringing knowledge to the people of the earth as it travelled?
What happened to the members of this highly technologized society? Did they die out? Were they killed in some natural disaster? Or might they still be alive in some still unknown and inaccessible part of the world?
Ancient Egyptian Pyramids :
- Egyptian Pyramids: Today and Tomorrow Part 1
- Egyptian Pyramids: Today and Tomorrow Part 2
- Egyptian Pyramids: Today and Tomorrow Part 3
- Egyptian Pyramids: Today and Tomorrow Part 4
- Egyptian Pyramids: Today and Tomorrow Part 5