Giza, a vast monument to the Neolithic Triple Goddess?
Giza is seemingly, like other mounds, a monument to the three aspects of the neolithic triple Goddess. They are probably not tombs for kings, but tombs for gods, built to house them, and protect Egypt forever.
Key revelations and theories
- The pyramids are probably not tombs to Egyptian kings, but are associated with them. They are tombs for Gods. The Gods were not intrinsically Egyptian Gods, but possibly Egyptians versions descended from a world-wide Mound Cult.
- The Giza pyramids are not unique but localised Egyptian variants of an earlier Goddess religion. This world pyramid religion has always been localised, carried by migrating tribes to different regions. It overlapped many times.
- In Scandinavian mythology, the triple goddess lived under world mountain, (possibly represented by the Giza Plateau) which contained springs (formerly on the plateau). Her presence is possibly represented by the need for three Queens' pyramids, or the three greater pyramids themselves
- The number three is intrinsic to Giza, but also to World Mound Mythology. The horrible trickster, Loki, known elsewhere as Lucifer, was imprisoned by Thor under the world mound, (with the Giza plateau possibly representing an equivalent legend) held fast by three mighty stones, possibly represented by the pyramids.
- I would suggest that the Giza pyramids are not intrinsically Egyptian in background, but are a remnant relic, localised, but descending from an earlier World Mythology. The World Pyramid religion stretched across Eurasia, to Africa, to the Americas. I would actually "classify" the Giza pyramids as belonging to something like `Late World Pyramid Phase," owing to their localised attributes, but also world-related attributes, to other pyramids, as well as the mighty mounds of Eurasia, built in a similar time period.
- Pyramids lacking a human burial is a phenomenon not just intrinsic to Egypt. It often seems that the larger and more central the pyramid, the less likely it is to contain a burial. The hypothesis put forth in my book is that pyramids are burials for gods, with burials for men, usually found nearby. Herodotus mentions that Khufu's was a shaft burial, possibly as in the mastaba cemetery for royals and nobles found nearby..
- The pyramids are an Egyptian version of the World Mound Religion, or World Pyramid Religion. This was highly localised. It had a wide spread due to the epic migrations of proto-agriculturialists, (retaining some nomadic custom) and their enlightened druid-like priesthood. These were seemingly mountain worshippers, who needed a mountain and possibly corresponding fertile valley, for symbolic success in agriculture. Building a replica mountain explains the sheer size of pyramids as well as various mounds across the world.
- The religion of Old Europe, as well as surviving Chinese and Scandinavian mythology give us strong clues about the World Mound religion. Loki was a trickster. The Trickster helped humanity and was punished by other gods, but in some way he overcame them. His rise in terms of monotheism reflects the rise of civilization, from a polytheism, to monotheism. Nevertheless the pyramids and pyramid complexes are representative of many gods. Pyramids were often a tomb for the dragon, or for Loki, imprisoned with a world serpent.
- The Goddess is known to have been worshipped under the name of Isis, on the Giza plateau for a very long time, for fertility reasons, by locals who had never heard of Khufu. There is eyewitness and recorded testimony to this. This is her shrine. The chief animal of the triple goddess became the lion, but in earlier times was the dog. A book written by Robert Temple recently points strongly to the sphinx having been a dog, possibly Anubis. This would be the wolf in other mythologies.
- The Egyptians went to epic lengths to ensure that the pyramids were to be built as a stable and lasting home for the gods, to protect Egyptian fertility.
- The pyramid religion is found to be part of the tree religion of Adam and Eve.
- The book reveals who the Older Gods, really are, as well as in terms of their Egyptian equivalents.