Subject: Unveiling the Cosmic Symphony: Earth's Position in the Zodiacal Dance
In the pursuit of unraveling the celestial intricacies, an intriguing revelation unfolds: to pinpoint Earth's exact location within the vast expanse of the Zodiac system, we must align it with the iconic Pyramid of Giza. Each spring equinox bears witness to an awe-inspiring alignment where the three pyramids perfectly mirror the celestial trio in Orion's Belt at various latitudes (see Figure A36).
Embarking on a cosmic journey, our solar system gracefully orbits around a cosmic entity known as A-Hole, tracing an elliptical path through space with a tilt that completes a 22,032-year cycle. In this celestial ballet, the three stars above the Giza pyramids seem to ascend and descend, choreographed by the cosmic dance during each spring equinox within every age.
Figure A37 encapsulates the synergy between the Orion Belt and the Pyramid of Giza in our current epoch—the closure of the Age of Pisces and the dawn of the Age of Aquarius. This depiction symbolizes the alignment of the three stars above the Giza pyramids, offering a celestial canvas for understanding our position in space. By delving into the height of these venerable pyramids and factoring in the orbit's tilt around the center of A-Hole, we can intricately map our celestial coordinates onto the Zodiac system—a cosmic clock guiding us through the intricacies of our orbit.
Remarkably, the enigmatic alignment of the Giza pyramids with True North, South, East, and West, endures as the last vestige of the Seven Wonders of the World. To fathom this cosmic phenomenon, a journey into astronomy is imperative, aligning our understanding with a model that discerns the precise location of constellations on the horizon through the Zodiac Sign. Figure A38 positions Orion's Belt as the fulcrum—a celestial timepiece marking the passage of ages as we ascend and descend along the orbital tilt.
As we traverse the cosmic carousel, Earth ascends and descends through the different realms of each Zodiac Sign, assuming varied heights in distinct ages of the Zodiacal cycle. The cosmic alignment reaches its pinnacle when Earth synchronizes perfectly with the three stars of Orion Belt. This alignment occurs at two specific junctures: one during the Age of Taurus, with our sun in Sagittarius' house, and the other in the Age of Sagittarius, with the sun residing in Taurus—two epochs positioned diametrically opposite and pointing towards the celestial heart of the Zodiac Clock.
In the cosmic spectacle, when the three stars in Orion's Belt gaze upon the smaller pyramids from Earth's perspective, the arrangement appears inverted—particularly noteworthy as we stand on the cusp of the Age of Aquarius at the conclusion of the Age of Pisces. Additionally, during the Age of Leo, when viewed from the Sphinx's front, the Sphinx aligns seamlessly with the Leo Constellation, featuring the majestic face of the Sphinx gazing towards its celestial counterpart.
Figure A39 intricately illustrates Earth's journey from positions D to C, where the three stars crown the Giza pyramids during the Ages of Taurus and Sagittarius. Positioned midway on the Zodiacal clock, the Earth orbits around the cosmic hub, known as A-Hole, capturing the cosmic essence of this intricate dance of celestial bodies.
In essence, the alignment of Earth, Orion's Belt, and the Pyramid of Giza unveils a cosmic symphony, echoing the rhythm of ages and inviting contemplation into the profound connection between the terrestrial and the celestial.