Myth: Oedipus and the Riddle of the Sphinxhttps://www.mwpai.org/assets/Education/MA-Resources-9-15-2016/Myth-Oedipus-and-the-Riddle-of-the-Sphinx.pdf
During his great journey, Oedipus came upon the town of Thebes, he found the great Sphinx
there. The Sphinx sat in front of Thebes and asked a riddle of everyone who tried to enter the
city. If you could answer the riddle, the Sphinx let you go, but if you could not answer the
riddle, then the Sphinx ate you! Nobody ever knew the answer. This was the Sphinx’s riddle:
What goes on four feet in the morning, two feet at noon, and three feet in the evening?
(Answer: a person: A person as a baby in the morning of their life crawls on four feet (hands
As an adult in the noon of their life, they walk on two feet.
But when they are old, in the evening of their life, they walk with a cane, on three feet.)
When Oedipus answered the riddle correctly, the Sphinx was so upset that she fainted and
Oedipus went on into Thebes. When he got there, the Thebans were very upset because
somebody had killed their king, Laius. But they were happy to hear that Oedipus had figured
out the riddle of the Sphinx. So, they made Oedipus their new king.
One must also question if the pyramids where build simply as individuals, as a pair, or as a set of 3. I conjure the answer is that they were to be seen as set of 3 just like the riddle of the sphinx. It is time itself that is visualized here.
Others have noted the equinox allignment of the sphinx looking at the rising sun.
But also the summer allignment in between the great pyramid and the second pyramid.
There are numerous solar allignment papers on academia or books written about this and how it mimics the Aketh Symbol
So although clear solar observations where made above, they did not take the whole Giza plateau in consideration. The whole of Giza was a map of the sun, over 4 seasons in 3 windows.
There are more clues giza is “suppose to rotate as the seasons” Besides the angle of the Menkaure pyramid being near identical to GP1, just a smaller winter sun, look at the 3 smaller sattelite pyramids positions. Vertical on east side in GP1, horizontal in GP2 on south side. It turns clockwise.
The ‘Triple setup’ is no different to the triple window of the sun at Machu Pichu
It has allways been about the “3 windows”, “3 doors” “3 masonic pillars” “trident” “fluer de lis” etc etc. The 3 stages of the sun, (winter solstice -Spring/Autumn Equinox and summer solstice) so why wouldn’t Giza be just that.