There are two Djed-efre Pyramids on Abu Rawash Plateau (situated 8km Northwest of Giza with a 300ft higher elevation than the Giza Plateau).
The larger of the two pyramids (the ‘Djed-efre Pyramid’) would have stood 299.3ft high from its base due to its measured 60° Slope Angle. Whereas the other (the ‘Djed-efre’ Satellite) measuring 103.7ft high due to its steeper 67.4° Slope Angle. Incidentally, 103.7ft/2 = 51.85° the Slope Angle of the Great Pyramid.
As Abu Rawash is situated North West of the Giza Plateau and due to its much higher elevation, it looks down upon the Giza Plateau.
Fast forward to the Philosopher’s Stone of Alchemy: there are two representations: 1.) An Equilateral (60° Slope Angle) Triangle with an inscribed Square and an Inscribed Circle representing the Pituitary Gland. 2.) an Isosceles Triangle (made of of two 5:12:13 Triangles) possessing a Slope Angle of 67.4° representing the Pineal Gland also inscribing a Square and a Circle in similar fashion.
Is Abu Rawash the representation of the Crown Chakra and achievement of the perfect balance of opposites (Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine Energies)?
4D Illustrations: RG