Excerpt from The Great Pyramid Observatory, Tomb, and Temple
Less as such after his death (3) why it was worth his while to build it; (4) why separate structures were required for his brother, son, grandson, and other members of his family; (5) why it would naturally be used for his tomb; and (6) why it would be the scene of religious Observances. All that is necessary by way of postulate, is that he and his dynasty believed fully in astronomy as a means (i) of predicting the future, and (2) of ruling the planets, in the sense of selecting right times for every action or enterprise. If there is one thing certain about Oriental nations in remote past ages, it is that this belief was universally prevalent.
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