archaeology

What exactly do you mean by “Giza Death Star”?

February 18, 2008 By Joseph P. Farrell
    Briefly, I meant this term to operate on a multitude of levels. The first would be a convenient way to reference the findings of Robert Bauval, who noted that the placements of the Great Pyramid, the Second Pyramid and the Third Pyramid at Giza were aligned to the three stars of Orion's belt. Given the preoccupation of that constellation with death in Egyptian mythology, it was a shorthand way of signifying that relationship. But secondly, I wanted also to underscore the interpretation of Sitchin of the Sumerian epic, the Lugal-e, which indicated a weapons function. I thus intended the term to indicate a weapon of great power and sophistication.