Exploring the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid Through the Logos Heuristics

Antonio Cassella


The author describes a triangulation in ancient Egypt: the crossing of a 22.5-mile (diameter) northern circle with an 18-mile southern circle around a shared baseline, which goes eastward 14.1 miles from the vertex of Khafre’s Pyramid in Giza. He hypothesizes that in the 26th century before the Common Era, Pharaoh Khufu (Khafre’s father) leaned on that triangulation to freeze in stone a master plan, in which the first step was replacing with hope the fear of Egyptians for the monumental catlike goddess that preceded by 65 centuries Giza’s Sphinx. Khufu re-sculpted the head of the eastward-looking lioness into the head of the Pharaoh-Guardian of Upper and Lower Egypt. In so doing, the subluminal speed of the first attention, memory-brotherhood in classical computing, and the Sphinx’s head joined the superluminal speed of the second attention, hope-creativity in quantum computing, and its body. The Sphinx and the Great Pyramid that followed its transfiguration point at the union of the first and the second attention into the Third Attention. As a reflection of Khufu’s master plan and the Third Attention, the logos heuristics connects here Egyptian monuments with the roots of nature, the complex plane, global cooling, autism, madness, open discourse, brainwaves, mysticism, music, Leonardo’s art, meditation, the return of the Mesoamerican demigod Quetzalcoatl, motherly love, and progress.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v6i9.3559


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