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Professor echoes “Stargate” interpretation of Great Pyramid “void”

Giulio Magli, Director of the Department of Mathematics and Professor of Archaeoastronomy at the Politecnico di Milano, is quoted as stating the following in an article published yesterday (Jan 11) regarding the mysterious “big void” discovered inside the Great Pyramid last year (announced early November):

“There is a possible interpretation, which is in good agreement with what we know about the Egyptian funerary religion as witnessed in the Pyramids Texts. In these texts it is said that the pharaoh, before reaching the stars of the north, will have to pass the “gates of the sky” and sit on his “throne of iron“. […]

Within the Pyramid there are four narrow shafts, the size of a handkerchief, directed to the stars. The pharaoh’s afterlife was in fact, according to the Texts, in the sky, and in particular among the stars of the north, like the Big Dipper and Draco. […]

These doors are with all probabilities representative of the “gates of the sky” and the north one could well come into the newly discovered room. The room may contain, at its upper end and exactly under the apex of the great pyramid, an object needed by Cheops after crossing the doors: the “iron throne” mentioned in the Pyramid Texts.
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Here at Super Torch Ritual, we linked the newly discovered void inside the pyramid to the idea of a “Stargate” starting just days after the announcement early November and discussed it most recently in “Stargate Wars – Part 1“. Our interpretation also used the “air/star shaft” as a key clue.

What Giulio Magli adds here, though, is this speculation of an “iron throne” potentially to be found in the void. It is a fascinating theory and something we’ll be looking into as a potential key clues in our own multicontextual investigation.