Measure Motion and Maat

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Author  Harry Rogers
Publisher  Maliha
Publication Date   April 7, 2012
ISBN  0615551696
Pages  292

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"Measure Motion and Maat" contains the first factual explication of when and why the Temples of Giza were built; how the ancient Egyptian chronicles of the "Followings of Horus", and the formulation and chronological origin of the Egyptian Civil Calendar - not pharaonic tomb theories nor Atlantean-type quackery - reveal the reasons for the construction and the specific architecture of the Pyramids and the Sphinx on the Giza Plateau. The author explains why the builders of the 4th Dynasty laid the foundation stones to the Great Pyramid of Khufu on Midwinter Day 2563 BC, and, how all of the structures at Giza were precisely positioned and aligned to a unified temporal plan, to a plan of cyclic time that originated in the early Fourth Millennium BC. "Measure Motion and Maat" follows how the early ancient Egyptians conceptualized the birth of their civilization by the paternal Sun and the maternal star Sirius; when and where the Gods of Egypt were born on the first day of time at the outset of the initial 1460-year Sothic cycle. How the Unification-year of the lands of Egypt, the eras of the Dynastic Kingdoms and Intermediate Periods, and the monumental architecture of ancient Egypt all derive from the progression of the time-cycles of Horus and Set, and, how the precise chronology of each of the eleven Pyramids of Giza as well as the name and nature of the Sphinx are calculable from the position of the Sun at the completion of the first Sothic cycle that began at the Creation of Atum, on the first New Year's Day of the Egyptian Civil Calendar.

Illustrated by original photographs, diagrams, and schematics based on GPS data and laser measurements of the Pyramids of Giza, Rogers shows why current theories are inadequate to explicate the first wonders of the world. Instead, how to translate the architectural language of the Giza monuments - evidenced by the first-built Pyramid of Djoser and by the Hypostyle Hall of Karnak - to provide the rationale for the temporal and theological nature of the largest man-made structures on Earth. 

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