Apparently Mr. Osmanagic knows a lot about Pyramids and above English text link on his page is actually his doctorate thesis.
I do speak Bosnian (language that is used on Mr. Osmanagic’s web site), and that language is very similar to Croatian and Serbian languages, so if
there is a part of the text that you need translated, I might be able to help.
For beginning, I will mention that Mr. Osmanagic believes that Egyptian pyramids were built much before the Egyptian civilization. From this www.alternativnahistorija.com...
" target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow">link you can read why:
1. TO build precise complex of pyramids, you have to have leveled ground. There is only difference in 2 cm from one side to other side of Giza
plateau, which covers almost 3 square kilometers. Pyramids are even more leveled, with only 1 cm from one corner to the other.
2. In Cairo’s museum you can see tools used by Egyptian workers, made from copper and bronze. But according to
Mohs scale of mineral hardness
it is impossible to carve stone blocks that
has higher level hardness (hardness 4 - 5) and granite (hardness 5 – 6) with this tools (Hardness 3.5 – 4).
3. Impossible transport and exact match between blocks. Even if someone proves to lift a block, is it possible to do the same with primitive tools,
and be able to move it in position while space to work with is limited. (2000 worker might lift a stone, but how do you place 2000 workers around the
4. Surface of pyramid was covered with special blocks with average weight of more then 10 tons. They were carved so that no even razor-blade can fit
between them and they did not use any cement.
5. Egyptologists believe that Egyptians have collected soil to build ramp for higher level of pyramid. This does not work well with math, as they
would need 300000 more workers to build those ramps, and it would require amount of soil equal to 7 pyramid sizes. Even if this was the case, any
transportation like this would destroy corners of blocks, while every block on pyramid has nice corners.
Will continue later, if there is interest in this….