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Originally posted by Shane
Originally posted by Allred5923
WoW. That is an interesting Link, to say the least.
Quite a tale.
I have difficulties believing this represents a Truth, but it does explain why we have these similiar structures all over the world.
It also gives the ability for Atlantis to have "influenced" all parts of this planet.
And I thought I HAD STRANGE NOTIONS!
Anyways, thanks for offering it for review.
Originally posted by lostinspace
Here's a theory to sink your teeth into:
The father of the ancient Egyptians and the African race was known as Ham from the Hebrew legends. Ham could have been known as Chamu Chufu to the Egyptians. Ham was possibly an expert in the field of astronomy until the day of his death. I have reason to believe that the three pyramids of Egypt were built to his wishes, aligned with Orion's Belt, but not according to the "Belt" we see today. The three pyramids are markers aligned with Orion's Belt as they were positioned before the Great Deluge. The planet changed its axis while the world was over flowing with rain. The reason why the axis had to change was because the solar system lost one primary planet next door to Earth.
Originally posted by zorgon
The Great pyramid was not built as a tomb, but as an initiation chamber. You entered "as a man" and left "as a God" The sarcophagus was a place where the initiate laid inside for a spiritual "rebirth"
Moses raised as son of Pharoah went through this rite..
Jesus spent most of his early years "studying" in Egypt..
The pyramids were built by levitation.. pure and simple.. its stated in many egyptian legends, but archeologists and scholars write that off as "old wive's tales"
Canadian and Swansea (Wales UK) researchers affiliated to the Ambilac Corporation (To Search for the truth) have combined resources to analyze and interpret the ultimate meaning of the Giza Plateau Pyramid complex Near Cairo Egypt.
Genesis is the most complex, interwoven coded piece of literature ever written, in which we concluded there were three levels of work, the third level of which is the revealing of man's genetic code. In addition, it was concluded that whoever wrote the book of Genesis had; a) constructed the pyramid complex at Giza, and/or b) possessed intimate knowledge of the blueprint from which the complex was constructed. The research group also presented the thesis that the earth was conceived by two sets of lineage, the first was our solar sun, while the second is the mathematical set of the six identified in the Bible as ADAM, SETH, ENOSH, CAINAN, MAHALALEL, and JARED. ADAM being our point of origin in our 'star map' - zero degrees. E.g. ADAM (Terah) from Alcyone in the Pleiades, Abram our sun and Abraham planet earth. It is from this point that an explanation is offered towards an understanding of our very origins and what is about to occur with the precursory event on May 5th 2000.
II. Evidence found at Giza regarding pyramid construction.
After the overseer of all the Kings work chose the site for building the pyramid he must establish the quarry, supply ramp, harbor, and workmen's camp. The tradition required that the site be on the West side of the Nile. More practical considerations required an ample supply of limestone for the pyramid's core. A quarry supplied the stone for most of the pyramid's bulk. A supply ramp allowed the transport of stone onto the pyramid as it was built.
A harbor and/or canals provided transport of non-local materials.
Fine white limestone for the outer casing, basalt for the temples, alabaster for statues, granite for the burial chambers and temples, and the materials necessary to construct a workmen's village were also brought by this route. Each of the above elements had to be placed in the natural terrain in such a way as to insure efficient flow of men and materials.
During the excavation and the site management project at the Giza Plateau, we found important discoveries connected with the building of the pyramids in general, and with the building of Khufu's pyramid in particular.
Giza will be discussed as follows:
The archaeological evidence found at:
I. Evidence of pyramid base construction found to the East of Khufu's pyramid.
II. A quarry location.
III. The discovery of the ramp of Khufu's pyramid.
IV. The discovery of the harbors of Khufu and Khafre.
V. The discovery of the workmen's community at Giza.
L. Evidence found around the base of the subsidiary pyramids regarding the pyramid base construction.
These holes are set at regular intervals and form lines which run parallel to the sides of the pyramid. The best indication for the reason behind these holes is for stakes that carried a line used as a reference, by the builders, as they formed the base of Khufu's pyramid from blocks of limestone, or in the case of Khafre's pyramid, from granite. These fifteen-ton blocks are marked so as to define the center axis of the pyramid's faces and diagonals. There are also trenches that infer the infusion and drainage of water during and after the leveling operations.
The quarry must therefore be located low on the plateau, and on the South side of the Great Pyramid, and this is where it is found. The quarry bears testimony to it's ability to supply nicely layered stones which were suitable for the pyramid's large building blocks.
As the pyramid was built, the quarry basin grew deeper and its sides aligned with those of the pyramid.
According to the calculations done in this report an average work force of about 5,500 men would be present at any time, excluding the labour needed to produce and transport the element to the quarry site. Assuming that it takes one whole day with two people to cut one element out of the quarry face and that 30 elements are produced per hour, 360 elements have to be in production and in transportation at the same time. Transportation from the quarries to the pyramid face is done by oxen sledges as shown in figure 2. To produce and transport 360 elements simultaneously not more then 3,600 men would be needed. The maximum number of workers employed at any time during the project, including staff, cooks etc. Would probably not be more then 10,000 at any time.
Originally posted by LaBTop
some good oldfashioned scientific and logical thinking.
Instead of faith, hope or beliefs.
Using as many facts as can be collected, and a few pretty good deductions.
If his carbon dating findings are 'rock'solid, that would mean that the idea of the first few thousand stones in mr Marchimedes road ending up as the last ones laid on top of the pyramid is not such a deluded one.
It also means that the construction of the Great pyramid took not 20 years, but 1700.
The core masonry consists of large blocks of local limestone taken from the nearby quarries and built around and over a rocky knoll. The size of the knoll cannot be determined, since it is completely covered by the pyramid.
Originally posted by princeea
Yes blacks were the first version of humans, adam ( meaning he who can blush red ) was about the white man being created, version 2.0. Egyptians did not build the pyramids. Evidence points to shaman, the magi (like peoples) & fallen devs (angels). Like it or not....
Originally posted by madnessinmysoul
adam is a play on the word "adama" which in hebrew means dirt, due to the fact that adam was supposedly molded from dirt he was named after it.