This slide is from a presentation I made to several groups this year. It is a composite of photos I studied of three pyramid sites around the world and the constellation Orion, specifically the three stars comprising Orion’s Belt.
Teotihuacan, to the far left of the photo, is a famous pyramid site northeast of Mexico City. I was there in 2005 with George Erikson co author of the excellent book Atlantis in America. Here is the link through Amazon. Buy this book. It is amazing.
Xian, in the center, is a four pyramid grouping near Xian, China. I have not yet visited this site, so I don’t know too much about it.
Giza, is the famous Giza Pyramids in Egypt just west of Cairo. I was there October 2008 and was invited to present my research to the Supreme Council of Antiquities on a possible chamber beneath the middle pyramid of Giza. They appear to be hunting for the same thing, one pyramid down.
Graham Hancock’s excellent book Fingerprints of the Gods describes Robert Bauval’s discovery of the Al Nitak, Alnilam, and Mintaka Pyramids at Giza matching the layout of the three stars of Orion.
Graham went on to discuss the possible matching of Teotihuacan and Xian to Orion.
I laid out the three pyramid groupings and Orion side by side:
They appeared to align. But not precisely. I had questions. Why were there four pyramids in the Chinese set? Why was a temple used in the Mexican set, the Temple to Quetzalcoatl? Why was the Giza set upside down? I show the Giza set rotated south to north to line up with the other two in this photo.
When I began reading about speculation that there was a fourth pyramid foundation discovered between the Sun and Moon pyramids of the Mexican set, I wondered if the alignments were meant to be compared as four pyramid sets instead of three.
So back to my original slide. Notice how much better the three pyramid sites align when they are shifted to allow for an extra pyramid in the Giza and Teotihuacan sites? I then wondered if there used to be a fourth star in the Belt of Orion. It turns out that there was a fourth star. It exploded around 8000 to 12000 years ago according to an Astronomer friend of mine. I included his reply post to me in the slide. The remnants of the stars explosion can be seen as a curve of gas known as Barnard’s Loop.
To my knowledge, no one else has made this connection.
I predict that there is a fourth pyramid foundation waiting to be discovered under the the city of Giza. It would be larger than the foundation of the Great Pyramid. I believe it is about three hundred feet below street level.