Here are some things to think about that suggest that the egyptians who built the great pyramid believed in the Christian and Judaist God. -the Great Pyramid had no inscription to any Egyptian King -The 153 steps in the pyramid match the 153 fishes gathered in John 21:11, which may be a reference to all nations of earth gathering into the kingdom of God. -The King's Chamber is on the 50th row of stones; 50 was the year of Jubilee. (See Leveticus 25:11) -Inside the King's Chamber is a solid carved, empty, red granite tomb. It is the same volume as the Ark of the Covenant. -The pyramid was originally covered with 144,000 polished casing stones. This is the same number of witnesses in Revelation 7. -The Pyramid sits right on the longest on land latitude line and the longest on land longitude line, thus making it in the center of the land mass of the world. -"In that day shall there be an altat to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to the Lord."Is.19:19. The pyramid was on the border when Egypt was divided into a northern and southern kingdom, and it was in the midst when they reunited. -The cornerstone at the top is missing, symbolic of Jesus Christ, the rejected chief cornerstone (Daniel 2:45, Psalm 118:22, Matthew 21:42, Mk 10:12). The five sided cornerstone may represent the number of grace. Something kind of scary: Look on the back of a $1 bill. Think about the missing cornerstone I just talked about. Well that Eye on the cornerstone on the dollar bill is symbolic of Satan (the all seeing eye). It looks like its coming down to finish the pyramid and take the place of the Jesus corner stone I talked about. This corresponds to Revelations 20-22. Where Satan thinks he will take over God's kingdom.