Welcome to the Northern Hemisphere summer solstice experienced at the Pyramids in Egypt 2022. On this day the sun sets between the pyramids of Khufu and Khafre. The sphinx position during the equinoxes suggests that it has been purposefully positioned to match the events.
The base of the Great Pyramid of Giza is often believed to be square but the dusk and dawn moments of the solstices is said to reveal its true 8 sided figure. We are right here in Giza today but we were not lucky enough to be able to capture this phenomenon. We did however take some photos and share them with you. They have been taken today as we overlook the pyramids meditating on the solstice event.
The Pyramids of Giza are thought by many to be an earthly representations of the three stars in the constellation of Orion’s belt, where a long time ago the Nile River flowed right next to the three pyramids representing the Milky Way as flowing through Orion in the night sky. This effect creates a massive mirror image of the sky on the ground. The nile’s seasonal flows are thought to once have energised the pyramids with rising and falling subterranean water flows activating and regulating they pyramids energy.
Located next to the pyramids the Sphinx looks straight at the sunrise on both the spring and autumn equinox, when night and day are equal in length. And relevant for this very day if you stand in front of the Sphinx on the Northern Hemisphere summer solstice, you can see the sun set precisely between the pyramids of Khafra and Khufu.