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The Giza Labyrinth

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posted on Aug, 21 2018 @ 03:21 PM

originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: Byrd

I would argue that even if the head was originally more or less the same shape the dream stele suggests the site was renovated at least once, this 'could' have included re-carving but of course that is something which can not be proven either way.

It might have been - it might not have been - no real way to tell. Byrd has a good idea of that. It does strike one differently. I stood under the 'chin' in 83' but my other two visits there had construction/excavations going on and I could see it only from in the distance. The one thing that is known was that nob that became the head stuck up and might have been noted or considered important by earlier people - or not. Mysteries!

posted on Aug, 23 2018 @ 12:11 PM

originally posted by: Triton1128

I stumbled across this video today. Its references historical figures and thier recordings of the Giza plateau, the labyrinth, and its surrounding temples. The video contains a lot of good information and references to the past. It touches on the potential tomb of Harmakhis below the sphinx, the massive tunnel system below the pyramids, along with first hand accounts of those who explored it hundreds, if not a thousand years ago.

Regardless of the authenticity, or plausibility of the narrators opinions. Some of the images, documents, and writings are worth seeing.



Cool video. I always tend to think that the pyramids had multiple purposes, including some that we probably have never thought of.

The video's idea of storing water is possible, but I think the pyramids had to have a much greater purpose.

However it's known that the Great Pyramid has tunnels tapping into the aquifer. I think this was for more of a mechanical purpose.

I haven't made up my mind about what the Pyramid did exactly, but I do think it was clearly using that natural waterbed in its tunnels for some type of water - circulation, for some type of mechanical / chemical process.

I think a power-plant is more along the lines of the real purpose of the pyramids. We just lack the knowledge to understand it as such.

Also water circulation would fit our modern day nuclear power plants, for example.

The broken - rim square sarcophagus in the king's chamber seems for more of a mechanical / utilitarian design. I've heard the idea that it held a nuclear fuel, for example.

Alternately that same sarcophagus has been suggested that it was for meditation and out-of-body-experiences.

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