posted on Jan, 7 2008 @ 05:26 PM
Hi Scott and Titorite.
I "googled' "hyraulic pump pyramid" and have found other message boards with a few people like Stephen Mehler, John Cadman, Christopher Dunn and
others who are enjoying their forays into the workings of hydraulic pumps in relation to the Pyramids.
I am an artist, with an art degree and I was force fed the so called " FACT that the Great Pyramid is a "tomb". But I am also the daughter of an
engineer from MIT and Caltech and I balk at that explanation. Where are the wonderful frescoes and hieroglyphs depicting the afterlife in the
corridors of the passages of the Great Pyramid? Everything is water eroded inside the Great Pyramid. The walls of the passages are polished granite or
concrete mixtures. I believe from what I have read that there is a progression of knowledge from the smaller pyramids to the Great Pyramid. I don't
have a clue WHO built them really. The Egyptians are proud of them, but did they really build them? I like the idea that in Biblical terms, Joseph
managed the Pharoahs' abundance and Moses was brought up in Pharoahs' household. I wonder what else really happened with the intelligance of the
Hebrews in Egypt? Just a question. There has always been a question as to who Imhotep really was. And there has always been a real connection between
Jews and Egypt. (Even Jesus was taken there for safe keeping when Herod went looking for him!) Alexandria was a thriving Jewish settlement and the
land to the east of the Giza plateau in the reign of Ramses was cultivated by the Hebrews. WHY did Moses want to leave Egypt SO badly when he did? And
how on EARTH did he accumulate such wealth that he could build the Tabernacle out of nothing in the desert on the way to Canaan land? I surmise he
stole all the materials as part of a plan to sabotage Egypt's water power plant! But what do I know? It's just FUN to have these thoughts after
being stifled by so called "egyptologists" and "experts' and scholarly learning. I cannot identify with the process of learning by which you are
totally stuck to one way of looking at history and the history of human endeavor on this wonderful Earth. I just cannot stop the flow of ideas I have.
The more I learn, the more ideas just come to me.
Anyway. I don't know about the progression of building of the other smaller pyramids, but knowledge as to how to build them seems to have culminated
with the building of the GREAT Pyramid! Maybe they learned from each effort. At what cost, I couldn't guess, really.
Just some thoughts.
Have FUN reading my stuff! If it doesn't matter to you, chuck it all. But I am enjoying sharing it on these new found websites. ALL of them.
Mrs. Leslie Van de Ven, RN ,BA (Linden53)