Basic premise: measurements of the internal and external features of the Great Pyramid show advanced knowledge of the earth and its cycles, working in accurate measurements of the polar radius, days per year (tropical, sidereal, and anomalistic), years in the precession cycle, and the size of earth’s orbit – all while the interior design demonstrates a description of mankind’s spiritual development through reincarnations and gradual advancement towards enlightenment and freedom from this plane of mortal bodies with the occasional intervention of helpful Great Initiates/Messiahs/ascended masters… with the length of internal pyramid passageways also offering a prophetic timeline of one inch per year (the ancient “pyramid inch” being 1.00106 modern British inches) covering ancient history and future prophecy especially regarding mankind’s spiritual development and the return of a Messiah.
This book is far from a light introduction to these subjects. If I had not already been researching related topics for over twenty years (and writing some myself, most recently End Times and 2019) I would not be “initiated” enough to grasp much of what Lemesurier has put together. But because I have been doing extensive research, I am highly impressed with this book, despite several key differences between my own conclusions and the author’s interpretation of the messages of the pyramid builders.
We both assume that the builders created the pyramid approximately 10,500 B.C. near the time of the last pole shift. We both assume the builders were people from an ancient, advanced civilization – perhaps one of several that have risen and fallen in the distant past, as Plato, the Egyptians, the Buddhists, and the Maya believe. PL assumes they were building the pyramid just prior to the last cataclysm; I assume survivors did so just after the pole shift (as it is aligned to our current cardinal directions.)
PL assumes human beings go through many reincarnations and that early Christianity taught the same, despite Paul’s version that the world knows today denying reincarnation. I agree. PL assumes the pyramid timelines indicate multiple Messiahs coming to help us soon (at least four in the next few centuries.) I cannot see evidence for four visitations anywhere else in my research, though one idea someone suggested could be that after the upcoming pole shift/Messianic event there could be repeated alien intervention to help us out. (While I assume there are ETs out there, I dislike theories relying on their intervention to explain our past… when we clearly have evidence of advanced human civilizations that rise and fall in Earth’s past which explain things like building the pyramids…)
PL’s future timeline of events is largely based on measurements of the ideal pyramid indicated by the outer foundation sockets, not by the pyramid actually built - which was not quite as large. So for example, the height of the actual, existing pyramid, if completed to its apex, would be 5780 inches high – which I have suggested could correspond to completion of the world in Hebrew year 5780, or our 2019 – which fits many other astronomical correlations to my dating of prophetic events. But PL uses more ideal numbers on a slightly larger pyramid and while we agree that the missing capstone does represent a Messianic completion of the world, on page 381 he admits for his capstone measurements that “’the stone the builders rejected’ would have been too big for the pyramid as built.” His reasoning is sound, and I understand his conclusions and why he reaches them, but it leads to a Messianic event in 2052, not the 2019 I have otherwise reached. The author also sees dozens of events foretold by the pyramid’s timeline such as 1845, 1914, 1985, 1999, 2034, 2039, 2116, 2134, 2238, 2279, 2368, 2499, 2754, 2989, 3054, 3279… and others. He even admits that there are multiple ways to interpret possible changes in scale indicators that have led him to ignore the inch=year rate of most of the passageways, leading to multiple possible results of future dates.
Of course I find his references to events from 2010 to 2020 the most interesting, including on page 154 a “river of fire” in 2014 AD (though he admits this could be more like 2016-2017, depending on how one interprets things.
But the reason I purchased this book (though I now wish I had done so years earlier) was because of an online reference to comments I made about my next book on the Antichrist. I have several biblical and astronomical clues pointing to the day when the Antichrist (whether real or symbolic) goes into a Temple in Jerusalem and proclaims himself to be God. This is June 6, 2016. Someone commented on one of my posts about this and said that Peter Lemesurier had written about this date (June 6, no year) as well, having a Messianic connotation. And he does link this date to a connection between the pyramid and Bethlehem, which gives one more potential clue pointing to the date I have already reached.
If you have a solid background it these subjects, already having read books like The Dimensions of Paradise, The Message of the Sphinx, Hamlet’s Mill, or my End Times and 2019 – then you should appreciate this information-packed book. If this is your introduction to such topics, be prepared to go slowly. It is an impressive book, but not designed as introductory material.