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Cheop’s Pyramid : A theory to explain the internal architecture

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posted on Jul, 10 2015 @ 03:34 PM
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originally posted by: R0CR13
a reply to: LoveSolMoonDeath



looks like it is a passage still over ten years have gone by ... and still no movement by the Council of Antiquities
when they open up and let science have its day will be a very interesting time .

from article

Whether Mr Dormion is right remains to be seen. Mr Verd'hurt describes his "absolute frustration" at the Supreme Council of Antiquities' refusal to authorise further investigations, for which they have offered him no explanation. No one from the council was prepared to comment.



I doubt that the guy doesn't know why he's been denied.

They only give permission to qualified Egyptologists with an association with a recognized research body.
This is in the article:

One respected Egyptologist, Jean-Pierre Corteggiani, of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo, was impressed by their work from the start. What first struck him, he said, was that the georadar images were collected and interpreted by a non-Egyptologist, Jean-Pierre Baron, of Safege, a French company that specialises in georadar.

This guy Corteggianni could get a permit for this investigation if The French Institute asked and if he wanted one. Nothing to keep the other two fellows from joining in the investigation and collaborating on the results.

It could be that Egypt wouldn't have been so strict with their permits if the rest of the world hadn't robbed them blind over the last 200 (and more) years.

Harte




posted on Jul, 14 2015 @ 10:16 PM
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a reply to: Harte

hohum.....sometimes get a disturbing image that some of you lads are 1 comment away from dropping ya strides & webcamming yaselfs to your foes ala " well i've got the biggest...".
Seriously ,without pointing fingers , accept boys if none of ya were there (whenever it was ) peering over the shoulder of he who can claim to be THE owner of the idea/design......no ammount of chest puffing or foot stomping or even fingers in ears lalala-ing as others toss their own theories/dreams/hallucinations out there....whats with all the personal digs to other wondering folk getting another pair of panties all bunched.....& for what ??
still no definitive answer & never will be.
Now play nice !! :-)



posted on Jul, 15 2015 @ 05:42 AM
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a reply to: fotsyfots

Do you have a point?

Harte



posted on Jul, 15 2015 @ 05:53 AM
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originally posted by: Harte
a reply to: fotsyfots

Do you have a point?

Harte


I think you already know the answer to that...



posted on Jul, 15 2015 @ 08:20 AM
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originally posted by: fotsyfots
a reply to: Harte

hohum.....sometimes get a disturbing image that some of you lads are 1 comment away from dropping ya strides & webcamming yaselfs to your foes ala " well i've got the biggest...".
Seriously ,without pointing fingers , accept boys if none of ya were there (whenever it was ) peering over the shoulder of he who can claim to be THE owner of the idea/design......no ammount of chest puffing or foot stomping or even fingers in ears lalala-ing as others toss their own theories/dreams/hallucinations out there....whats with all the personal digs to other wondering folk getting another pair of panties all bunched.....& for what ??
still no definitive answer & never will be.
Now play nice !! :-)

aggghhh the ignorance, it buuurrns



posted on Jul, 16 2015 @ 08:06 AM
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Here is an article about the Great Pyramid Water Pump published in the current issue of World Explorer Magazine!
This article explains how the water pump worked.
Here is the link. wexclub.com...



posted on Jul, 16 2015 @ 09:52 AM
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originally posted by: StevenMyers
Here is an article about the Great Pyramid Water Pump published in the current issue of World Explorer Magazine!
This article explains how the water pump worked.
Here is the link. wexclub.com...




The claim : The great pyramid was a water pump used to draw water from the Nile in order to turn the surrounding desert into paradise
Here's where it all falls down
1. The great pyramid has mortar that isn't waterproof,
2. The Nile is close enough to irrigate anything by just digging a channel
3. Giza is not situated in a desert, take a look at any satellite image and you'll see that the Nile is already doing a good job of keeping the area fertile.
4, There is a mortuary temple outside dedicated to the burial of Khufu.
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posted on Jul, 16 2015 @ 10:02 AM
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a reply to: StevenMyers

so to find out what your claims are - we have to buy the magazine you write for - or should we just buy your book ???????

thats not the way ATS works



posted on Jul, 16 2015 @ 10:38 AM
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Interesting question you pose OP -

At this point in technology it is easier to define what G1 is not!

Who is wrong -
Houdin..no internal ramp

Myers..not a machine

Aliens..give it a rest

Hawass & AE..uhm, sorry - no

Khufu's Cartouche..mistranslated

Bauval's OCT..close but ultimately wrong


Here is the problem with these claims..
Not one of these claims FULLY EXPLAINS the internal workings to G1
in a complete working verifiable system.

Why is the QC's five step Niche never explained..or the Grand Gallery?
What was the purpose of the QC'S Air/Star Shafts being originally and
intentionally blocked at BOTH ends?
What do the entrance way's three GIRDLES signify?

Why do these marvels of advanced architecture simply go unanswered
or frivously discarded to a myth


Really people..it's time to wake up

If you understand history..and let the monument speak to you -
It will reveal it's hidden meaning



posted on Jul, 17 2015 @ 08:29 PM
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I wrote the article in the magazine but it doesn't belong to me.
the bonding agent between the casing stones is renowned for being stronger than the stones it bonds together.
The nile is dong a poor job of keeping the land fertile. It dones not flood anymore.

How fascinating it is that the largest structure in the valley of the Nile was designed and built to pump water. it is a huge and expensive structure yet it was built with water pumping in mind. It is pumping thousands of gallons of water a minute right now. This largest structure in the valley of the nile creates prosperity in a tangible way. This largest structure in the valley of the nile is not symbolic and has no correlations associated with it. Real people in the real world built this largest structure in the valley of the Nile to pump water. We call it the High Aswan Dam.

I think that the second largest structure in the valley of the nile (the Great Pyramid) was also built to pump water.



posted on Jul, 17 2015 @ 08:32 PM
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originally posted by: StevenMyers
I think that the second largest structure in the valley of the nile (the Great Pyramid) was also built to pump water.

Think whatever you like, but unless you have evidence to support your thoughts, they're nothing more than fantasy.



posted on Aug, 12 2015 @ 10:54 AM
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Yes evidence. I have evidence. I have the exact same evidence that is available to everyone. The direct physical evidence I have is the Great Pyramid. That is evidence. Certainly there are differing opinions as to the interpretation of that same direct physical evidence we all have. I hope people who have an interest enjoy my books and the free video series on our web site on how the Great Pyramid was built using water locks and barges. www.thepump.org


originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

originally posted by: StevenMyers
I think that the second largest structure in the valley of the nile (the Great Pyramid) was also built to pump water.

Think whatever you like, but unless you have evidence to support your thoughts, they're nothing more than fantasy.



posted on Aug, 12 2015 @ 11:01 AM
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originally posted by: StevenMyers
Yes evidence. I have evidence. I have the exact same evidence that is available to everyone. The direct physical evidence I have is the Great Pyramid. That is evidence. Certainly there are differing opinions as to the interpretation of that same direct physical evidence we all have. I hope people who have an interest enjoy my books and the free video series on our web site on how the Great Pyramid was built using water locks and barges. www.thepump.org



I've saved you some time by googling the word "evidence" for you,
Evidence - Evidence, broadly construed, is anything presented in support of an assertion. This support may be strong or weak. The strongest type of evidence is that which provides direct proof of the truth of an assertion.

What is it about a tomb, built in the style of previous tombs, containing a burial chamber, built in a necropolis with a mortuary temple outside that supports a water pump.

I think you have confused the word "evidence" with "Delusion"

Delusion - A delusion is a belief held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary

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posted on Aug, 13 2015 @ 03:44 AM
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originally posted by: StevenMyers
Yes evidence. I have evidence. I have the exact same evidence that is available to everyone. The direct physical evidence I have is the Great Pyramid. That is evidence. Certainly there are differing opinions as to the interpretation of that same direct physical evidence we all have. I hope people who have an interest enjoy my books and the free video series on our web site on how the Great Pyramid was built using water locks and barges. www.thepump.org


originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

originally posted by: StevenMyers
I think that the second largest structure in the valley of the nile (the Great Pyramid) was also built to pump water.

Think whatever you like, but unless you have evidence to support your thoughts, they're nothing more than fantasy.


Just like the great pyramid your idea doesn't hold water. Having water around limestone is always a bad idea they soak it up like a sponge.



posted on Aug, 14 2015 @ 02:20 AM
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The bedrock in the area is made of limestone. Did the limestone bedrock soak up the Nile river?

I was asked about evidence.
A book about the Great Pyramid is not evidence.
A TV documentary about the Great Pyramid is not evidence.
What the college professor says is not evidence.
These are examples of interpretations of evidence.
The Great Pyramid is evidence.
My article in world Explorer is an alternative explanation of the same evidence we all have.
www.wexclub.com...

Here is the direct link to the video series about building the Great Pyramid with water locks and barges.
It provided an explanation for how the casing stones were set in place and how the largest stones were moved and set in place as well as other information. Here is the direct link. www.thepump.org...

Thank you for becoming familiar with this direction of research.

Steven Myers


originally posted by: dragonridr

originally posted by: StevenMyers
Yes evidence. I have evidence. I have the exact same evidence that is available to everyone. The direct physical evidence I have is the Great Pyramid. That is evidence. Certainly there are differing opinions as to the interpretation of that same direct physical evidence we all have. I hope people who have an interest enjoy my books and the free video series on our web site on how the Great Pyramid was built using water locks and barges. www.thepump.org


originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

originally posted by: StevenMyers
I think that the second largest structure in the valley of the nile (the Great Pyramid) was also built to pump water.

Think whatever you like, but unless you have evidence to support your thoughts, they're nothing more than fantasy.


Just like the great pyramid your idea doesn't hold water. Having water around limestone is always a bad idea they soak it up like a sponge.



posted on Aug, 14 2015 @ 03:25 AM
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originally posted by: StevenMyers
The bedrock in the area is made of limestone. Did the limestone bedrock soak up the Nile river?

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The Nile bedrock is actually Cretaceous sandstone
If you don't even know that, then you don't know anything




posted on Aug, 14 2015 @ 12:58 PM
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Let's try this again. The issue was raised by someone about the limestone being porous. The water table at Giza is high and there are places in the area where they are pumping water out to lower the water table. If the limestone bedrock was so porous that the water would dissipate in the rock why is the water table high instead of the water dissipating away?

Maybe the bedrock at Giza and the limestone of the casing stones are not so porous.

Anyway the link www.thepump.org... has videos showing how the capstone (if there was one) was set in place and how the Great Pyramid was built level by level. Thank you for watching the videos.


originally posted by: Marduk

originally posted by: StevenMyers
The bedrock in the area is made of limestone. Did the limestone bedrock soak up the Nile river?

]

The Nile bedrock is actually Cretaceous sandstone
If you don't even know that, then you don't know anything




posted on Aug, 14 2015 @ 06:53 PM
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originally posted by: StevenMyers
Let's try this again. The issue was raised by someone about the limestone being porous. The water table at Giza is high and there are places in the area where they are pumping water out to lower the water table. If the limestone bedrock was so porous that the water would dissipate in the rock why is the water table high instead of the water dissipating away?

Maybe the bedrock at Giza and the limestone of the casing stones are not so porous.

Anyway the link www.thepump.org... has videos showing how the capstone (if there was one) was set in place and how the Great Pyramid was built level by level. Thank you for watching the videos.


originally posted by: Marduk

originally posted by: StevenMyers
The bedrock in the area is made of limestone. Did the limestone bedrock soak up the Nile river?

]

The Nile bedrock is actually Cretaceous sandstone
If you don't even know that, then you don't know anything



Most aquifers are in limestone because it's porous. Otherwise, the water wouldn't be in there.

Harte



posted on Aug, 14 2015 @ 06:59 PM
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originally posted by: StevenMyers
Let's try this again. The issue was raised by someone about the limestone being porous. The water table at Giza is high and there are places in the area where they are pumping water out to lower the water table. If the limestone bedrock was so porous that the water would dissipate in the rock why is the water table high instead of the water dissipating away?

Maybe the bedrock at Giza and the limestone of the casing stones are not so porous.

Anyway the link www.thepump.org... has videos showing how the capstone (if there was one) was set in place and how the Great Pyramid was built level by level. Thank you for watching the videos.


originally posted by: Marduk

originally posted by: StevenMyers
The bedrock in the area is made of limestone. Did the limestone bedrock soak up the Nile river?

]

The Nile bedrock is actually Cretaceous sandstone
If you don't even know that, then you don't know anything



You should really learn about geology it would help you to see why your wrong. And if it wasn't for the limestone wouldn't be ground water. It creates a natural aquafer. Also like a sponge it cleans tithe water the fact you think there shouldn't be ground eater in limestone tells me your way under qualified to understand your theory. . Next floating limestone in water is funny because it will get heavier the longer its in water also have a nasty habit I of being hard to position because the outside will form a film similar to wet cement.

Or on simple English to it idea is stupid and wouldn't work.
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posted on Aug, 14 2015 @ 07:05 PM
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Nvm

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