What is a pyramids facing direction?

As some of you may already know, my dad is in Egypt this week for work. He sent me a puzzle through an email in the form of a picture.


My dad wanted to know how I would determine the facing direction of this pyramid.

Along with an accurate compass direction, determining your sitting and facing direction is vital to performing a precise Feng Shui consultation in your home. Around about 80% of people get this wrong.


Most people assume that the front door is automatically the facing direction, try to imagine you are in a home and are standing in the centre of your house.


The front of the house is north, there is a road outside and a public footpath and also a front garden, the front door is on the east wall which looks onto the next door neighbour’s house.

Which way would you say the facing direction is? That’s right, the north wall.


In my opinion, the facing direction would be the front of the image because there is a large statue in front of the pyramid attracting Sheng Chi (positive energy).


Let me know when you read this please Dad.



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3 comments to What is a pyramids facing direction?

  • Michael hanna

    Hi Daniel,
    that was quick, I Only took that photo four hours ago and I have now returned from cairo and now in Luxor. Its a hard life. Your answer was correct Daniel, well done. It was actually quite hard question as the main entrance in this case was not the facing and you did well from just one photo and my description of the land formations, well done. Anyway I am off to bed as I have work tomorrow.
    Love dad xxxx

  • admin

    Thank you Charlie, i am glad to know you enjoy my blog.


  • Sdanektir

    Great post Dan! I have been following the #p2 effort since you started it, and although I have understood its purpose this post does a really great job solidifying the full rationale.

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