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reply to post by wmd_2008
Who exactly built the pyramids? IMO there are quite a few question marks on the horizon regarding the origins of some of these ancient megalithic monuments as well as the artwork associated with the cultures who built them.
Apart from that: answering the question of 'why' they used a pictorial language to depict seemingly 'technological' designs (instead of real-life representations) would be a first step to solving the riddle. So I agree, we should definitely start asking ourselves these very questions. Simply because - as another poster mentioned before - there's actually a lot that meets the eye, waiting to be interpreted in a different context and with unorthodox views.
They used a PICTORIAL LANGUAGE for everything, Its the zodiac that's why pictures are there is it that difficult. Really jeeper who built the pyramids lets see.
Their BELIEFS were documented just because the ancient astronaut crowd LIE about it doesn't change what was documented.
I have a question...
If the visitors that brought the eygptians this technical advancment where from
1 - another planet
2 - from the future
then that means they were / are technologically advanced...so why use a 'crookes tune' light bulb invented invented in 1870 ??
It doesn't add..edit on AM4Thu20141972 by andy1972 because: (no reason given)
What about the windings? I don't see the ancients having the tech/resources to manufacture the windings. A dc motor is useless without them?
The ancient civil Egyptian calendar had a year that was 365 days long and was divided into 12 months of 30 days each, plus five extra days (epagomenae, from Greek ἐπαγόμεναι) at the end of the year. The months were divided into three weeks of ten days each. Because the ancient Egyptian year was almost a quarter of a day shorter than the solar year and stellar events therefore "wandered" through the calendar, it has been referred to as the annus vagus, or "wandering year". Based on his understanding of the Palermo Stone, Alexander Scharff believed that the Old Kingdom period observed a year with 320 days.
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