Symbolism of the Pyramid
The Greek word ‘puramid’ according to the Oxford English dictionary is of unknown etymology. On close inspection its root is derived from the Semitic compound ‘par-o-amud’ (pharaoh’s pillar). In Rabbinic tradition for example ‘amud’ (a pillar) is connected to the oral tradition ‘le’lamad’ (to-teach). Traditionally the pyramid indicates levels of initiation correlated with the holy city of Thebes and the propagation of the Royal heir. A center of knowledge its priesthood preserved the pharaonic bloodline originating from the snake a fallen angel.
The pyramidal phallus is a symbol of fecundity and knowledge worn on the pharaoh’s loincloth (apron) to signify the Royal harem. In addition the idea of Royal copulation equated with the pyramid is reaffirmed in the Arabic. ‘Harim’ is transliterated in English as ‘harem’, (a sanctuary or woman’s quarters) etymological to harm. The strict translation of the Arabic word ‘harim’ means (a prohibited place) and is from the verbal root ‘harama’ (prohibited), designated as ‘haram’ (a pyramid).
‘Haram’ (pyramid) also means ‘haram’ (unlawful) and is symmetrical in Hebrew to ‘herem’ (curse) connoting ‘ha-ramm’ (grief). The pyramids, according to cultic tradition, are said to be accursed and are linked to sexual indiscretion, attributed originally with Mount Hermon - its summit paired with the rebellion of the fallen angels, castigated through mortal intercourse. ‘Hermon’ details human angelic copulation, captured in the Semitic pun ‘hourmin’ (virgin sex), listed in Greek with ‘hormon’ (to impel), suggesting the ‘rapist’, defined as ‘ha’mon’ (the host).
‘Haram’ by definition indicates the ‘pyramid’ is not a tomb as advocated by the Egyptologists, but a monument to the fallen Shatani and to their leader Shemyaza (Azazel), who led the assault against Mount Hermon. Connection between ‘haram’ (pyramid) and ‘Hermon’ is reinforced by Shemyaza’s epithet. A deity his name is extracted from the verbal stem ‘sh’m’ (pillar or high) and is combined with the suffix ‘yaza’ derived from the Zend word ‘yazd’ or ‘yazata’ meaning (an angel or divine being). Sexual transgressions between the angels and mankind are matched with the destruction of the earth, accredited to the fallen progeny. This cataclysmic event is commemorated as the pyramid - a type of harem used to propagate the Royal bloodline.