The eye within

A pyramid therefore can be seen as one half of an octahedron, sticking up above the ground. The subterranean half exists, but it forms part of Earth’s bedrock and in a 3D sense does not have distinct form. It’s present, but isn’t explicit.

A synchronistic way to view this is that while one half is solid or unfolded, the other half is mirrored, or enfolded. In other words, the bottom half of the octahedron is a reflection of the top—but it is actually reversed in a truer sense. Twisting this around, we could say the expression as above, so below means the reflection that spirit has in the physical. Our senses perceive the top half of the octahedron, but going from above to below would better be described as moving across.

The duat refers to the world opposite us, the spirit world. The lunar culture that built the pyramids was followed by solar civilisations, including ours. We just don’t have the consciousness to understand dimensions that mirror us. Because we have a limited understanding of how Horus, Set and Osiris influence us, our evolution is hampered.

So what is the pyramid? Literally, it is an eye. An eye perfectly conceived to see based on the geometry of light. Whose eye is it? The all-seeing Eye of Horus.

The geometry of light is the MANIFESTATION of something more intangible to our sensibilities: VIBRATION. First there is sound and then light. The above image is really a symbol which means SOUND AND LIGHT: our ears are a YIN organ: female, receptive, intuitive and depth orientated. The eyes are a YANG sense organ: male, dominating, rational and analyzing.

In ancient Egypt the “singing sun” created the world with a “cry of light”. Hence the phrase “The Golden Tear from the Eye of Horus” is a reference to the secretions of the pituitary gland. And how do we reference the Eye of God today? In the image above, you may notice the striking similarities between the Eye of Horus (left) and the brain (right).