The Pyramid is symbolic of grounding in general, at the utmost abstract and primordial level. This makes a pyramid "an anchor" of sorts for the primordial "traveler" in Taurus ... zero, integral with both infinities, grounding itself into the realities it initiates in order to experience mortal life. The infinite-distant point becomes the plane as a grounding point ... Gemini to Cancer ... three to four ... triangle to square ... as it becomes increasingly stable as integral with reality also. The infinite Lives!
The pyramid was also used for 4th Dynasty Ancient Egyptian "counter voodoo" necromancy. The pyramid then symbolizing the link between ka
and body, the body becoming in the equation the effective anchor or mooring for the out-of-body traveling ka it was tethered to. Djedefre actually built a boat-like hanging structure which contained a wooden sarcophagus which he suspended at the bottom or anchoring part of the pyramid ("his name was mud").
Boating was sacred back then for more reasons than just the Nile, as it was an analogy for exploration on many levels, including the divine, thus including the ritual-occult. The simple distant-point-focused meditations used in this mirrored the point at the top of the pyramidion which symbolized Freedom in its most abstract and therefore pure form ... The "abstract root of the organic" catalyses total recall precipitation.
These meditations countered and neutralized organized criminal syndicated methods of soul theft which have been encroaching upon humanity for thousands of years, helping one reacquire memories stolen in the past via "voodoo"-occult methods of ambush, entrapment, forced entry of the soul, and destruction of same. I might add too that an ankh
is a symbolic representation of a "spiritual anchor", as will become clear ... "key of the Nile".
It just so happens that the pyramid is potentially a very useful boat anchor, especially along the Nile, and was most likely used as such under specific circumstances. Todays pyramid anchor is suspiciously "ass-backwards" though, the same way disinformed - published - occultism is. It has been "rendered less effective" just as the Kabbalah has been compared with the Secret Alchemical Tree. Of course I have yet to see an example of the anchor I am about to describe, but I would be willing to bet there are some excellent examples buried in the silt and mud of the Nile Delta, and ancient canals of the area.
The links above are for illustration purposes in relating how modern pyramid anchors are "not really used much, but kept around". The reason modern pyramid anchors are very limited in their effective use - compared with mushroom anchors for example - is because the attachment point for the mooring line is placed on the bottom of the pyramid rather than at the apex, limiting its effectiveness compared with how ancient Egyptians in my opinion simply must have used them.
If you attach the mooring "eye" to the small-square top of the pyramid instead of the large-square bottom, you now have a useful temporary mooring anchor for use in mud, silt, weeds, or loose sand primarily; but also you have a shallow water sea anchor which can hold pretty good in hard, rocky sand or amongst stones in protected areas free of swell and heavy waves or currents. Big sea anchors designed to plow into the sea bottom more deeply might only have been used when absolutely necessary.
The boat illustrated in the link I included above is just the kind of boat I would use to experiment with such anchors, as well as illustrate how they would likely be put to effective use. It is an excellent heavy-grade aluminum boat for use exploring coastal areas - within quick rescue range, as it has only one engine and is less than 25 feet in length - and up into river systems. I would use a jet drive to be able to easily maneuver the boat into water less than three feet deep in remote areas most boaters avoid. I would even try to find less than ideal rocky sand near rocky shores in remote coves, near nice picnic or camping places with a view. I would also limit experimentation to relatively protected waters, free of huge swell, crashing waves, high winds, strong currents, or other obvious boating dangers like rocky, open ocean shoals, bull sharks and whatnot.
So hypothetically, I have acquired for this boat, which will weigh, once fueled and loaded with gear and passenger(s) from 4,200 to 4,500 lbs, five twenty-five pound pyramid-anchors in steel. I have sawed the mooring eyes off of the large, flat bottoms of the anchors and had them welded to the tops of the pyramids, where the "eye" belongs. I have also had different-colored 13 foot lines in 1/2 inch, three-strand nylon attached to the eyes of the "ankhors" which have been powder-coated in different bright colors, to match their respective ropes, so that they may be more easily observed from the boat.
I have decided ahead of time to never deploy these anchors in waters deeper than 10 feet, as 125 pounds of divine anchor tangled up directly beneath the boat would simply have to become a multi-colored mess on the bottom of someone's pristine cove ("Dude out there sunk his boat with his own anchors!"). The idea is that I would use the two optional dive ladders I replaced the back seats with in the boat to exit the boat, wade to my camp site with my pack, and then see if the boat tries to get away from me as the tide and wind changes in the night.
The way the anchors will likely behave is "adequate to excellent" because of the pyramid shape, which has usefully sharp edges and corners that will at the very least attempt to catch hold of big rocks or else dig into even hard, rocky sand enough to keep the boat in-place ... adequate. The lines though would have to be kept relatively free of slack to keep the anchors from flipping onto a triangle side uselessly, only to be dragged along the bottom with even less bite and hold. You could even drop these anchors down into deep water - suspended under the boat - as a last-ditch attempt to subvert having your stalled boat driven into rocky shoals by heavy wind and crashing waves, as maybe the anchors will catch and hold in the loose-sandy-rocky shallows closer toward those scary rocks.
"Excellent" would be discovered anchoring in softer silt or mud. There the anchors, once simply dropped overboard, would bury themselves and the suction - similar to a mammoth stuck in tar - would make a 25 pound anchor behave like it weighed 100 pounds, and five anchors makes 500 lbs. Somewhat slack-free lines keep the boat in excellent place, bow pointed up-river say. One anchor would be deployed from the bow, one from each side mid-ship, and the other two from opposite corners at the transom, to make a five-pointed star arrangement ... exploration-in-progress in Leo you might say, an activity reserved for the elite classes in an organized criminal world, as only they may be "in-touch" with truth in many of the more "weighty" respects.
The cool thing about this five-anchor arrangement is that you can do more than just moor a boat, as you can keep it moored oriented the way you like, then simply climb down the ladder with a long mooring line in-hand and tie it to a tree near the shore, or even pick up a submerged pyramid and wedge it behind a couple of big boulders to keep the boat near the rock-outcropping you parked next to, while the other submerged anchors keep the boat away from that outcropping. You can park the boat bow-into-the-wind or current, or simply out of the narrow boat lane.
If I were to get the larger, twin-engine boat at 8.5 meters length, for deeper ocean fun, I would use nine twenty-five pound pyramid-anchors. I would also keep those anchors properly stowed in containers, as a heavy pyramid edge can do some pretty nasty damage to even a "New-Zealand-heavyduty" aluminum boat hull should the weather make large, crashing waves for me. I would imagine though that in calm water the anchors likely sit very stable and immobile on the deck, neatly tucked into a corner and not even presenting much of a toe-stub danger due to their 52 degree sloped shape.
How might the originals have looked? Likely they were limestone, with a long copper rod stuck through top to bottom, bent simply enough into a recess on the large, flat bottom and curled into a "fish eye" at the top. As "Keys of the Nile" they likely represented "civilized ethics" of the times, much as parallel parking your car in the proper zone and time of day might today. They were hand-carried symbols of maritime adulthood, like a set of car keys proudly brandished in adolescent youth; in the movie entitled Inga
, infant JSK symbolized by Inga, is impressed by a sports car, a quality watched for by his new "slave-owner-parents" as indicative of past-life habit in reincarnated form. Synced with boating scenes in the same movie, this is revealed as "divine veneration" for a boat, "displaced onto a car" the way analogy tends to just happen in ancient-nostalgic-emotional form. Boats and their anchors were divine and "magical" to a younger humanity.
So ya' see, Conspiracy even holds sway in the boating world. If people were to use anchors like these, they might think on pyramids too effectively. Too many "fish "to try and pluck out of sleeping minds, to be placed in silt-richer waters authorized to have those thoughts.