The Law of One, Book I, Session 23
Questioner: When you started building the pyramid at Giza using thought, were you at that time in contact with incarnate Egyptians and did they observe this building?
Ra: I am Ra. At that time we were not in close contact with incarnate entities upon your plane.
We were responding to a general calling of sufficient energy in that particular location to merit action.
We sent thoughts to all who were seeking our information.
The appearance of the pyramid was a matter of tremendous surprise.
However, it was carefully designed to coincide with the incarnation of one known as a great architect.
This entity was later made into a deity, in part due to this occurrence.
Questioner: What name did they give this deity?
Ra: I am Ra. This deity had the sound vibration complex, “Imhotep.”
Questioner: What can you tell me about the overall success of the pyramid?
I understand that the pyramids were not successful in producing a rise in consciousness that was hoped for, but there must have been some success that came from them.
Ra: I am Ra. We ask you to remember that we are of the Brothers and Sisters of Sorrow.
When one has been rescued from that sorrow to a vision of the one Creator, then there is no concept of failure.
Our difficulty lay in the honor/responsibility of correcting the distortions of the Law of One which occurred during our attempts to aid these entities.
The distortions are seen as responsibilities rather than failures; the few who were inspired to seek, our only reason for the attempt.
Thus, we would perhaps be in the position of paradox in that as one saw an illumination, we were what you call successful, and as others became more sorrowful and confused, we were failures.
These are your terms.
We persist in seeking to serve.