In “Measure Motion and Maat” (ISBN 0615551696), Harry Rogers explains the historic theological reasons that led the Egyptians of the fourth dynasty to construct the Sphinx and each of the immense Pyramids on the Giza Plateau. This book, which the author says is pioneering in its field, reveals the underlying plan the ancient Egyptian builders employed to construct the massive monuments, the purpose and chronology of which has long defied better understanding.
Rogers developed his book’s premises during numerous trips to Egypt, where he recorded GPS data of the Giza Pyramids’ specific locations and reconciled the results to NASA’s figures for the shifting position of the Tropic of Cancer. Incorporating records from Egypt’s earliest pharaonic dynasties, Rogers arrived at the solution that reveals why and when each of the 11 Pyramids at Giza were constructed, so positioned and aligned.
Using references to ancient Egyptian creation mythology and the Sothic cycle structure of the Egyptian civil calendar, he explains why construction of the Great Pyramid of Khufu took 21 years and 285 days, beginning on Midwinter Day in 2563 B.C., as well as the chronologies of the subsequent Pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure. In detail, Rogers delivers what he believes is the first rational explication of the name and nature of the great Sphinx. Dispelling other theories, he explains why the massive statue was begun and completed during the 26th century B.C. and analyzes the religious, temporal and scientific reasons for its creation.
“Measure Motion and Maat” is the result of three decades of research into these extraordinary pinnacles of ancient Egyptian architecture. In clear and straightforward language, Rogers guides readers through the factual reasons for the varying dimensions, abstract features, multiple chambers and structural precision of the great pyramids of Egypt. Through his book, readers can learn how he reconciles the architectural evidences of the true origins of the world’s largest and most enduring monuments to the passage of time and the position of the sun over ancient Egypt.
“Measure Motion and Maat” is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author: Harry Rogers founded the Pyramid SIG (special interest group) of American Mensa. For over 15 years, he has traveled regularly to Egypt to research the ancient pyramids and has spoken at national conventions about his innovative fieldwork.
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