reply to post by titorite
Ok, first things first ... I loved your post and would like to know more about Edward Kunkle (never heard of him, but sounds interesting). But I do
like your style.
I have had a strange idea for a long time and it refuses to go away ...
When I first saw the interior of the Great Pyramid, it reminded me of an abandoned warehouse or workshop that had, had all of the machinery dismantled
and removed. The only indications remaining are the ruts and furrows in the stonework.
And the Grand Gallery made me instantly think of some sort of decompression devise e.g; The portcullis acting as compartmental, pressure regulators in
(Quick note for 'Telos'), I know you proberly think this has a familiar ring too, I believe something similar has been touched on before maybe in
several places ... but the thread is all my own work ... keep reading though because I'm pretty certain you'll find something different here ... if
I'm wrong and someone has written about what I'm about to say, please let me know because it would be very encouraging for me to know that other
people are actually heading down the same path.
(titorite); I'm in total agreement about other artifacts being brought into context in an effort to develop and highlight the potential uses of the
Great Pyramid. I'm not being 'air-brained' when I say that I believe the pyramid was all about multiple types of energy ... and these artifacts
might just provide some clues.
I know that many who read this will find it 'hysterical' and lol ... that's fine you can stay within your comfort zones ... but I'm more
interested in looking beyond what we 'think' we know ... so laugh if you must but hopefully (in the not too distant future), you won't take offence
if I say 'I told you so'
I have long believed that there are subterraneous, 'inverted' pyramids at several global locations including ... Antarctica (Queen Maude's Land)
... Yucatan Peninsula (Chichen Itza) ... Egypt (Gizeh Plateau). And I believe they were deliberately installed with their nadir-points resting on the
natural electromagnetic energy lines that run through the Earth. Over the millennia that have passed since these inverted pyramids have been installed
the strength of this energy has increased significantly.
With reference specifically to Gizeh ... I think the Sphinx serves as the 'marker' for the original access point ... but because of the increased
electomagnetics below ground, it would be disastrous to attempt re-entry at this point. Another entry point will be discovered via a linked tunnel
system below the 3 pyramids.
And to return to a point I made earlier ... I think this might have something to do with the need for some sort of decompression devise ... that was
required when moving from the subterraneous inverted pyramid up to the Great Pyramid.
There I said it ... so let me know what you think.
I have just one request ... can we please have some original feedback rather than getting swamped in the stuff that's been said sooooo many times