The temple was a memorial temple to the pharaoh Seti I, in honor of the ancestral pharaohs from the nineteenth dynasty known to the modern world as the Abydos King List. Which is a chronological list showing cartouches of most dynastic pharaohs of Egypt from Menes until Seti I's father, Ramesses I. This was finished by the son of Seti I, Ramesses II, who also built a lesser temple of his own. There are some very strange hieroglyphics in this Temple. According to many UFO enthusiasts, these glyphs depict some form of a flying saucer, a helicopter, a submarine, a jet plane, and other highly developed crafts. Dubbed famous by Archaeologists and Egyptologists as the "Abydos helicopter". These hieroglyphs are actually a result of re-carving the stone to replace some of the original hieroglyphics.

The initial carving was made during the reign of Seti I, and the stone was later reused during the period of Ramesses II with one carving being on top of the other. This palimpsest effect coupled with erosion creates the carving in situ. Erosion of the stone surface is evident elsewhere in the temple. Some of the filling has fallen out in places where the older and the newer inscriptions overlap, which produces unique and odd-looking hieroglyphs.

When separated the text of Ramesses II and can be translated as "The one of the Two Ladies, who suppresses the nine foreign countries." and overlaps and replaces the inscription of Seti I that was said to be originally carved into the stone. There is no technology here.

If the ancient Egyptians had vehicles such as helicopters, submarines, and jet airplanes, one would expect to find some evidence of this other than in a single inscription on the lintel of a single temple. The Egyptian literature has no other mention, of advanced aircraft and the lack of any other surviving examples of the "Abydos Helicopter" is not mentioned in any other inscription in any other Egyptian monument. ]]>

There are mathematical underlines that are embedded into the structure and positioning of the great pyramid. Some are very simple to find, others not so much depending on your knowledge of mathematics. Some of these facts can be dated back to 1859 when a mathematician, John Taylor discovered that if one multiplies 2pi with the perimeter of the great pyramid it would equal the height of the the great pyramid. His book was published in the same year and his work was later expanded upon by other researchers like Charles Piazzi Smyth.

Most of the casing stones covering the Great Pyramid were stolen in the 14th Century by Turks and Arabs to build homes and mosques. Some can still be seen at the top. Fortunately, one was shipped to England where it was scrutinized and verified for it's exact measurements, including the slope angle, which measured to 51.8539761 degrees. The Great Pyramid scholar Professor I.E.S. Edwards considered this to have been the 'normal' or most typical slope choice for pyramids as well. This slope angle number is important to us because now that we have the slope angle of the great pyramid, we can use basic principles of geometry to verify this answer, just as John Taylor may have a few hundred years ago.

Giza Angle Dimmensions | |

Apex Angle | 38.1460239° |

Slope Angle | 51.8539761° |

Take the Tangent value from the apex angle that we just got (38.1460239°) and multiply it by the number of sides (4). TAN(38.1460239) = 0.785398175 × 4 = Π (3.14159265), pi. Just like John Taylor may have discovered hundreds of years ago, except now without all the controversy, and possible jailing.

Since we have already examined and confirmed the tangent value of the apex angle (38.1460239°), let's Let's take things another step further and examine relationship of the tangent value of the slope angle (51.8539761°). The tangent value of the slope angle, 51.8539761, is 1.27323952. Let us multiply that with pi

The angle of a 51 degree pyramid comes into play again with geometry using Vesica piscis. Which is basically the relationship of two equal circles. The Vesica picsis embeds a 51 degree pyramid within itself. If you were to draw two circles with the same radius intersecting in such a way that the center of each circle lies on the perimeter of the other and then nest that exact form inside itself, it becomes pregnant with a 51 degree pyramid as seen in the video. We also learn that the Yin and Yang Diagram of Taoism has certain “phi” relationships and also form a 51 degree pyramid within itself and the Vesica picis.

The 51 degree pyramid is at the heart of squaring a circle. Mathematicians say that all circle and square constructions are approximations due to the transcendental nature of pi. We can investigate this by drawing a circle with the diameter of 9 around a square with the the edge length of 8. Both the circle and square's areas will be equal to within 99%. You can also do this comparing the lengths. They too will be equal to within 99%. Drawing a pyramid tangent to the circle we can discover that its slope angle will also be 51 degrees. The slope of The Louvre Pyramid in France also measures 51 degrees, but there is more to the 51 degree slope significance at the Louvre Pyramid. Scott Onstott confirms in his documentary that the azimuth of the Louvre Pyramid during the summer solstice sunrise also measures from true north. Which is something that the Great Pyramid also incorporates. In-fact it's only only 3/60th of a degree of error. It is more accurate than the Meridian Building at the Greenwich Observatory in London, which of by 9/60ths of a degree.

We do not have the conclusive evidence as to why the builders at Giza chose to incorporate this effect. The only answer we currently have is that they did this to signify the solstice. What we do know is that this effect was most certainly not incorporated by chance or mistake. From an engineering perspective, it most certainly would have been known to the builders and developed by choice, not by accident.

There are other megalithic structures that incorporate the solstice effect into their design. Most popularly, the Mayan Chichen Itza pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. On the northwest corner of the pyramid it features a series of triangular shadows that evoke the appearance of a serpent wriggling down the staircase. Some scholars have suggested it is a representation of the feathered serpent god Kukulkan. The isle in Gavr'inis France also orients its passage with the winter solstice so that the sun can shine through. Similarly, Newgrange in Ireland also allows the sun to shine directly along the long passage into the main chamber when it rises on the winter solstice.

Those who put a lid on these facts and label them as mere coincidences is the price we pay for the ignorance of that person's own self delusion. Whether they are a tenured professor, credited archeologist, or just a amateur student. These are the same people who probably think the Great Pyramid served as a tomb. This still has yet to be proven because no pharaohs, sarcophagi, or mummies have been recovered from the Great Pyramid. If you want an answer to why the Great Pyramid exists, think about the importance it has already served and continues to serve and then you might find more of an answer and not some hidden mystery built up to scare or mislead. The great pyramid is there for all to see, all to learn. While we already know a lot about the Great Pyramid, there is more to unravel and make sense of its true meaning. ]]>