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  • Cassie Kolp

    Belt of Orion stars overlaid on the Giza Pyramids

  • e r

    "Egypt Pyramids and Orions Belt."

  • Ar Bien Gregory

    Alignment of the Khufu, Kafra & Mykerinos with Orion's Belt, and the Nile River with the Milky Way Galaxy happens every 2737 years. Mere coincidence or did the Ancients have more advanced technology than we've undermined them to be?

  • Mario Dashi

    The Egyptian Pyramids aligned with the Constellation Orion.

  • Jim Taylor

    Pyramids overlaid with star Constellations...

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