Human hair in blocks of pyramids

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posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 10:52 AM
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I was having a discussion with a friend about all the weird things about the pyramids in Giza and he told me that they found hair INSIDE the blocks of the pyramid. I haven't been able to find any articles to back it up, was wondering if anyone here has heard anything about it. If it is true, it would definatly add to the enigma that is the pyramids.




posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 11:37 AM
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yep i do recall reading this somewhere on a paranormal site....

How credible it is im not sure but interesting all the while.

I will have a look also to see if i can find anything on this!
As i did not really look into it much when i read it, i was just browsing for other info



posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 01:29 PM
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How would they find hair inside a block. I don't think researchers are allowed to break upon any blocks of the pyramid. If the blocks are broken already, the hair may not have been inside the block, but may have come on the block after the block was broken.



posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 04:33 PM
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Hair inside the blocks would definitely give weight to the theory that the blocks were cast rather than quarried.



posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 04:38 PM
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but wouldn't molten lava or magma or whatever you call melted rock not incinerate human hair almost instantly upon contact?

I'm not sure I understand how hair could survive such conditions intact?



posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 04:46 PM
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Originally posted by THENEO
but wouldn't molten lava or magma or whatever you call melted rock not incinerate human hair almost instantly upon contact?

I'm not sure I understand how hair could survive such conditions intact?


It was not molten when cast, but it WAS LIQUID. Check out all the cast stone products that are now available at your nursery or landscaper. Also CONCRETE is poured cold.



posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 04:49 PM
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groingrinder,

no offense mate but I used to own a home improvements business and I worked in Construction in the area of concrete restoration too in my distant past.

yeah I know what poured material is...

but stone is not cold poured or mixed or chemical reaction made material that I know of...



posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 08:15 PM
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Originally posted by THENEO
groingrinder,

no offense mate but I used to own a home improvements business and I worked in Construction in the area of concrete restoration too in my distant past.

yeah I know what poured material is...

but stone is not cold poured or mixed or chemical reaction made material that I know of...


I used to design formwork for cast in place concrete construction, including highway bridges, dams, turbine pedestals, and the Epcot center and monorail at Disney World. Concrete was invented by the Romans 2000 or so years ago. It is conceivable to me that the Egyptians might have had a superior technology for casting "stone" that is yet to be discovered.



posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 08:35 PM
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If i'm not mistaken pyramids are made out of slabs of limestone. Now if they were made out of some little known material than a stray hair may warrent alot of investigation. But something that "could be" a hair inside a chunk of limestone, a material which much is already known about in my mind is not all that intriguing I'd chalk this up to a hoax, misidentification of hair, or a freak occurance.



posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 10:08 AM
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groingrinder,

since you mention it we both don't know what tech was used at the pyramids especially since I think that Atlanteans built it and not egyptians at all,

the mortar used in places on the great pyramid is of a unique and very powerful binder that no one knows how or what it was really made of. do a search on that yourself if you have not heard of this.

the cold casting of rock may be possible but obviously it is not commonly known about today, else you or I would have heard of it. We both know that concrete is not rock in any true sense of the word.

it may be possible to liquify rock in some nuclear method or vibrationally? but I doubt anyone knows how to do it.

Otherwise I cannot fathom how hair would exist in stone or any kind.

in a case like this it is best to keep an open mind.



posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 10:23 AM
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Originally posted by THENEO
it may be possible to liquify rock in some nuclear method or vibrationally? but I doubt anyone knows how to do it.


Those would just be alternate methods of heating the rock to melt.



posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 10:40 AM
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has anyone dated the quarried or poured material?

the HAIR embedded in the ROCK::

could be a windblown artifact
entombed in the substance that solidified into stone
(perhaps as late as 70mya)

the HAIR could be a mis-identified proto-feather,

which dinosaurs > raptors, were thought to have.
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if: quarried rock
or poured/reconstituted stone...

the windblown, random occurrence, placement of the HAIR might be a reasonable explaination....???

eom....



posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 10:53 AM
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Was the "hair" actually in the rock, or between them?
Maybe stuck in what ever substance they used as mortor.
Has this stuff been tested to see if it's actually hair?
If it is I'm sure they can date it.

Maybe I'll just google it



posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 11:05 AM
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Now I am just speculating here. Lets say the blocks in the pryamids were poured...like concrete. A theory I have heard.
Hair would not be an uncommon binder. I used to plaster for a living.(stucco) Nowadays fiberglass is used to help strengthen the cement. In the old days straw was used.(1800's) Before that horse hair was used.( 1700's)
So if the Egyptians had enough knowledge of poured materials it might be possible that human hair could have been used as a binder.
Now that is assuming that they knew how to break down the limestone,and pour it like concrete.And if they did pour it,it would be cold,not hot.
I have done remodels. When we tore down the old plaster,the straw was still in it,not at all harmed by time. Even found a couple of Indian head pennies,in a mold I tore down to re-work.
So in theory it might be possible that hair could survive.



posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 11:09 AM
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The Egypians used to make brick with mud and hay. they did this with the Jews stomping it together, unless of coarse Cecil B. Demille was lying to us.



posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 11:35 AM
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Did Clarence Thomas find this hair?



posted on Jan, 8 2004 @ 08:25 AM
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Originally posted by amantine

Originally posted by THENEO
it may be possible to liquify rock in some nuclear method or vibrationally? but I doubt anyone knows how to do it.


Those would just be alternate methods of heating the rock to melt.

The problem with that is that the end result isn't limestone and the Pyramid blocks are DEFINATELY limestone. Furthermore, they know which quarries the stones came from. There are half-finished blocks lying down there and they match the rock layer that they've been hewn from AND they match the material in the pyramids.

It's not cast. It's not melted and poured into place (you CAN see the layers in the limestone if you look.) It's a natural rock.



posted on Jan, 8 2004 @ 08:54 AM
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could be a windblown artifact
entombed in the substance that solidified into stone


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