The Orion correlation theory*, which was first put forward by Robert Bauval in 1983, might have been already known by some people in the recent past. In fact, it seems that there has been a small mistake in the transcription of the three stars composing the Orion’s belt (Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka) leading to the following Bayer designation ζεδ.
Now what? The greek letters ζεδ transcoded in latin characters become ZED.
So what? Remember the previous article about Mario Pincherle? This scientist claimed many years ago that the Cheops pyramid has tower inside which is actually The ZED!
So, we a tower in the great pyramid called ZED, pyramid which is the representation on earth of one of the three Orion’s belt stars, and somebodies mistake leading to the ζεδ/ZED… you might tell me it is a coincidence but I think it’s more probable the mistake was intentional than the luck played this nice trick. Don’t you think?
* The Orion correlation theory (or Giza–Orion correlation theory) claim is that there is a correlation between the location of the three largest pyramids of the Giza pyramid complex and Orion’s Belt of the constellation Orion, and that this correlation was intended as such by the builders of the pyramids. The stars of Orion were associated with Osiris, the god of rebirth and afterlife, by the ancient Egyptians. The theory later joined with speculation about the age of the Great Sphinx (Hancock and Bauval, Keeper of Genesis, published 1996, and in 1997 in the U.S. as The Message of the Sphinx). According to these works, the Great Sphinx was constructed c. 10,500 BC (geologic analysis of the erosion seems to confirm this statement), and its lion-shape is maintained to be a definitive reference to the constellation of Leo. Furthermore, the orientation and dispositions of the Sphinx, the Giza pyramids and the Nile River relative to one another on the ground is put forward as an accurate reflection or “map” of the constellations of Leo, Orion (specifically, Orion’s Belt) and the Milky Way respectively.