# The Sacral geometry of the Great Pyramid

Sacral geometry is sacred geometry of the shapes, which lay the foundations of life and the pyramid is one of its most powerful symbols.

The Egyptian pyramids appear to be an incredible example of geometric and mathematical mysticism.

The three pyramids at Giza are positioned in a rectangle formed by the figure vesica piscis, which is formed when the centers of two circles with are equal radii to each other.

The area bounded by intersecting arcs is the vesica piscis.

The main constant in architecture, painting and science is considered to be the Golden ratio, same as the proportions of the Great Pyramid at Giza. The pyramid contains a huge amount of information about the structure of the universe, the solar system and the man, encoded in its geometric shape in the form of an octahedron, which half it represents.

Aerial photos show that the pyramids at Giza are located on a line that clearly correspond to the Fibonacci spiral. The tip of each of the three pyramids lies on the spiral of the Golden Ratio or the Fibonacci spiral, which when unfold is close to the spiral of the Golden Ratio.

Ancient builders have built this magnificent monument with engineering precision and symmetry. This miracle building is not built on equal ground but on a massive natural hill with a height of 9 meters, occupying 70% of the base of the pyramid.

Calculations show that the parameters of the three main pyramids and others located in the Giza Plateau (height, angles, perimeter mutual disposition) are interconnected.

The construction of the Great Pyramid is based on proportions Phi = 1.618. The architects of the pyramids embodied in the stones the founding principles of the sacred geometry:

• ### The length in feet – 484.4 corresponds to 5813 inches (5-8-13 – numbers of the Fibonacci sequence).

If two perpendicular planes go through the center the pyramid you get two double golden triangles whose intersection give a cross in a square – one of the main esoteric symbols of ancient Egypt.

Pyramid is an example of the squaring the circle – one of the three famous unsolvable problems of antiquity, superbly solved by the ancient architects.

The circle symbolizes the eternity, the Sun, Ra. The circle is eternal, cyclical, but lacks direction; any movement in circle is equal no movement at all.

The ancient Greek symbol of eternity Shen is a ring with a band at the bottom. God Horus, depicted as a falcon has in his claws the symbol of eternity Shen – symbol of the soul Ba.

The square symbolizes matter, earth, the four cardinal directions, the four sons of Horus. The square introduces a system of coordinates, its directions and angles are precise and perfect.

Source: http://ancients-bg.com