Giza Pyramids Explained!
In Scandinavian mythology the three pyramids are the home of the triple goddess, who live under world mountain, possibly represented by the three Queens pyramids next to the Khufu pyramid, or the three unfinished pyramids next to the Menkaura pyramid also. This is to make sure that Egyptian fertility will never fail. It is also possibly designed to enhance fertility in Egypt, not simply of crops but everything, perhaps humans as well. The Giza plateau was used for this purpose by locals until the 20th century. Please check out the below videos for more information on this.
Giza Pyramids Explained! This might be my 'trailer' for now.
Why Three Queens' Pyramids at Giza?
What is going on?
The three Giza pyramids are essentially either a representation or a physical home or resting place for the triple goddess. They are also represented in the Bible as the Babel religion, that is, a religion which has spread throughout the world, composed of people building towers as close to heaven as possible (pyramids?) I noticed this in Ireland when I noticed cairns placed on the very tops of mountains. The highest possible part of the mountain was chosen for cairns, around 4000 BC, and they have stood there ever since! Ireland represents an earlier manifestation of the pyramid religion than Giza, neolithic cairn-building and Sin(moon crescent)-worshiping farmers having traveled there in ancient times, before the construction of the Giza pyramids, which are a more civic and formal later manifestation of this religion.
The religion itself is the continuation of the neolithic triple-goddess religion. What we see at Giza is possibly three homes for the triple god, and in addition three homes at the base of two of the 'mountains', Menkaura and Khafra pyramids, for the triple goddess.
Who is the Triple Goddess?
The Triple Goddess in later times evolved into many forms, the black Madonna, and also this lady, Diana or Artemis, with her hounds.
Diana, also associated with the moon, original Semitic god. Her bow is the moon. She has three aspects.
In fact, it would seem that the Spinx and Giza was once possibly a dog, as per the theories of Robert Temple. In addition there is some speculation that there was more than one sphinx on site! The Three Queens' pyramids of the Khufu pyramid are on the same side of the complex as the Sphinx. The triple Goddess would have her home, as well as her hound(s).
Here we have possibly the triple goddess' home under the Menkaura pyramid. The Khufu pyramid have three more well-built structures. They are attributed to various queens, but details are sketchy. If we follow Scandinavian mythology, which may preserve very early elements of Eurasian mythology, these might represent the triple goddess who lives under world mountain.
If you would like to read more about some of my ideas regarding all this, please have a look at my book, In Search of the Origin of Pyramids and the Lost Gods of Giza, available cheaply in Kindle edition. It is also available in paperback edition for those who wish to make notes. I guarantee you will see info found no-where else. . .