The Ancient Egyptian's religious principle of "as above, so below" indicated that the duat of heaven might have a counterpart on Earth centralising Rostau which was linked with the Giza Plateau. This prominent correlation and its symbolic significance is further strengthened by the position of the Milky Way. Bauval suggested that the Ancient Egyptians considered the Milky Way to represent River Nile, labeling the Milky Way as the "Celestial Nile" and as the "Winding Waterway" in prehistoric texts. In the heavenly skies the belt stars of Orion lie to the West of the Milky Way like they were overlooking its banks; on the other hand, on the concrete ground of the Giza Plateau, the three pyramids were also positioned at the West bank of the River Nile. Such symmetrical and coincidental abstract and intricate pattern of adjoining religious and architectural ideologies together made it difficult for us to dismiss the conjecture and possible deduction that could be inferred that the Pyramids of Giza signify a triumphant effort to map Orion's belt by constructing them on the ground. In addition, we cannot ignore the sensible and logical linkage with that of the Ancient Egyptians' strong identification and recognition of the Orion's belt with their prestigious and highly worshipped God, Osiris.