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posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 08:53 AM
I'm off to Egypt in a few weeks, I'll talk to some locals and ask their opinions on the Pyramids and the Sphinx. See what local folklore there is.


posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 08:54 AM
If there weren't someone whose job is to preserve and look out for the ancient sites there wouldn't be any pyramids or sphinx around. There would be plenty of people who would rip them apart looking for the ultimate answer to everything (42), aliens, stargates etc.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 09:24 AM
I am very much interested in the subject. My company is sponsoring theoretical research on the construction of the pyramids. There are several new theories that could be easily proved of disproved with minimal work. This will not happen as Dr. Hawass is blocking serious research on Gizeh Pyramids. Why is he protecting 4000 year old secrets? The pompous Dr. Hawass is much more interested in PR, always in his Indiana Jones hat, than in helping researchers.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 10:25 AM

Originally posted by woodwytch

I have a few of my own to share but I'm very hesitant. Not because of the potential ridicule that might/will ensue (that's par for the course) ... but the reprocussions that could be involved. I've always felt that timing is of the essence ... and I'm teetering on the brink here ... just not sure this is the time yet.

Be careful of what you publish and when. Timing is the right word. Ive been aware of the "Buddies" Hawass associates with since the 90s but havent published/posted anything about it because of various reprocussions certain information has.

If you therefore have an uneasy feeling about publishing something, withhold it. People are scared of change and will kill to protect their view of the world.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 10:34 AM
A note to authors/journalists

Before sending a U2U: Yes, you can use the material I post here freely as long as you cite the source (ATS and my Screenname).

As its a real hassle to copy tapes to MP3 I will only consider going into that effort for authors/journalists with the proper credentials.

Thanks for your understanding.

[edit on 6-2-2008 by Skyfloating]

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 10:37 AM
reply to post by biggie smalls

I have very similar feelings about the Egyptian antiquities Super Ego.

And, I have long felt him to be . . . a stooge playing a role . . . but one he kind of gloried in . . . given maybe small minded priorities . . .

I also susepect, though, that he's being set up in the public's mind . . . as a recognizable face as an 'expert' in such topics . . . such that when the time comes for the Biblically warned of GREAT DECEPTION, he can be counted on to play an even more important role of

affirming all kinds of things as "always true--here's the proof" . . . not realizing that satan has been well able to set up a many millenia long hoax.

In any case, I take most of what the guy says with a fraction of a grain of salt.

He's too full of himself to contain much truth.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 10:57 AM
I don't post very often here, but this subject is closely related to a book I am writing so I thought I would share a few connections I have found. The Great Pyramid is built to a specific triangular geometry of 1 X 1/phi X sqrt(1/phi). This is a natural harmonic damping ratio in nature, most visible in the radius of the Earth to the combined radius of the Earth and Moon. More generally, it is a ratio found in the recursive growth of higher life, including the human anatomy. In is simply the most stable geometry possible and aligns with the structure of the quantum space lattice (QCD) which is definable as harmonic standing waves aligned in three dimensions. In the work of others, this geometry has been used to "torque the vacuum" to obtain zero-point energy and neutralize gravity. You can find some information on this in the interview with Ralph Ring on and the diagrams of Otis T. Carr on that page. There are other people I am in contact with that are developing energy devices based on this same kind of thing, but should not share their names as I think there is and has been a continuous suppression of this Egyptian knowledge for a very long time. From the cleansing of Maxwell's equations on electromagnetism to the discrediting of Tesla to the secrecy around UFOs, only our military can develop it freely.

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[edit on 6-2-2008 by Maxpageant]

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 11:09 AM
I'm not sure what you guys think of the Indigo Boy from Mars...
But he mentioned the secret of the Sphinx as well.
He said that we will discover how to open it in 2009 I think?
And the secret to opening it is behind the ear.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 11:14 AM
The reason it is behind the ear is because the proportions of the Great Pyramid is harmonic. The Egyptian triangle can be found in the anatomy of the eardrum as a concurrent Gaussian interference pattern of harmonics.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 11:40 AM
I have not read beyond the OP as of yet. I remember reading last year a website about Zahi Hawass being removed many years ago from the position of curator or a title similar in the power structure. There was a falling out with the power brokers and Zahi was later reinstated and now changed his tune. I also read somewhere he is a handful to deal with.

Another thing that has been eating at me is this Robert Bauval guy who has chummed up to Zahi. He looks like a tall grey alien with human cloaking capabilities. I dunno, but thats the feeling I get on his appearence.

Any one else recall the Hawass falling out and reinstatement some years back.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 11:43 AM
A question for the "alternative Egyptologists":

Why is it so utterly inconceivable that the Egyptians were capable of building, well, anything, without some outside (even alien!) influence?

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 11:49 AM
I think they were quite capable of building their pyramids without help. Whether they used some sort of levitation knowledge or not remains to be seen, but they certainly did it themselves.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 11:49 AM
Thank you for starting this thread. I find this topic fascinating. I would be very interested to hear opinions on the History Channel program Egypt Decoded featuring author Robert Bauval. I would link it, however, I can't find any reference to this program on the History Channel's website now. Very Curious. Perhaps I am just not searching correctly. I recorded this program in June 2007 and have viewed it several times. The theories put forth in this program were startling and mind opening. Thanks all. I look forward to reading and learning more on this ancient enigma and its relevance in our world today.


posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 11:59 AM

ZX81: If you could get some current pictures of the WALL for us that would be great. Last time I was there, the southern tip of the Wall (as indicated in the pictures) was restricted area (for military, not for tourists). Maybe you could have a quick look if that is still the case. If not thats ok, but it would be very helpful.

Maxpageant: Very interesting. When you know its "dangerous" to talk about something you know you are writing about a real cover-up. Let me know when you´re done with your book..

WorldShadow: I remember when he was pressured by "men in the back" and then re-instated. There´s a lot of power brokering going on behind the scenes of giza.

nablator: Tell more, if you´re allowed.

DancedwithWolves: Find us that link

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 12:06 PM
There is no doubt that the Giza plateau was a reflection of the stars and that is represented an astro-theological society. However, the planets of our solar system are also spaced and sized according to harmonic principles. For instance, over an 8-year period Venus traces out a pentagram in the Earth sky. This is due to a 13:8 ratio between Venus and Earth orbital periods, which is 1.625. This begins the damping action within a standing wave, known in quantum mechanics as Landau damping, which converges to the golden ratio. This is the proportion of the pyramid, but is also the damping proportion found in the golden spiral of the solar system. The planets formed along quarter turns of this damping spiral, sizing according to a Gaussian distribution. I think the Egyptians knew this and confirmed the proportions of the planets by vibrating sand on drumheads at different frequencies, including the pentagonal Venus shape produced by a major 3rd interval (Partial 5). Realizing all this, the Egyptians based their entire theosophy and social theory on harmony, preserving it in what we see on the Giza plateau. We cannot understand ancient societies and mythologies without understanding the harmonic science they knew to exist in everything.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 12:11 PM
reply to post by Maxpageant

I dont quite understand the physics involved (it goes over my head), but I´ll try to read and re-read your posts and sites you linked to. U2U me your website if you can.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 12:22 PM
reply to post by Maxpageant

Can you provide sources for this stuff? It's interesting, but forgive me for not taking you at face value - this portion of ATS tends to attract more loons than a canadian lake full of fish.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 12:22 PM
I'm a bit confused by the title of the thread. Why is it "Forbidden Egyptology"?
Are you forbidden to research it? Who could stop you?
I do understand the reasoning behind the Egyptian government and Hawass not allowing every man and his dog unfettered access to the Pyramids, Temples and the Sphinx, they would soon be ruined.
There are digs and excavations occuring all over Egypt as we speak, i imagine they were given permission to undertake their research because they have submitted detailed plans on what they wish to achieve and they would have supplied references from educational facility's regarding their ability to do so without damaging the structures or the enviroment.
Surely you can understand the reluctance of a government or person to allow archaeological work to be carried out by someone wishing to find a connection between aliens and martians even if they happen to believe in it. It would mean the end of that persons career. I'm in no way sticking up for Hawass as a person because i think he's an arrogant so and so but i understand completely the reasoning behind the decision to allow access only to those who have the proper background to carry out the work safely.

I do however believe that there are possibly many passages,
tombs etc that are yet to be uncovered, could some of these
hold treasures and or ancient knowledge (scrolls etc), quite
possibly. Time will tell.


posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 12:38 PM

Originally posted by mojo4sale

Surely you can understand the reluctance of a government or person to allow archaeological work to be carried out by someone wishing to find a connection between aliens and martians even if they happen to believe in it.

Yes, I can understand that reluctance. Especially so when it comes from one of the most religiously conservative nations in the world.

posted on Feb, 6 2008 @ 12:44 PM
If you want to see some of the best alternative egyptian history watch the "magical egypt" series by John Antony West et al. They've got a really good one about egyptian knowledge of the afterlife, how '___' effects your brain to produce the visual imagery after death, the role of your pineal gland, how to lucid dream, and other interesting stuff. The others are good too, they even have one on egyptian cosmology. You can see the one about '___' and the afterlife on youtube; Near the end of part three they interview Rick Strassman, the guy who did the experiments at chigaco university giving '___' to people, which is the most interesting bit in my opinion.

When death is regarded not as an ultimate dissolution, but rather a transitional (and crucial) stage of a journey, then the apparent Egyptian preoccupation with death becomes exactly the opposite as it seems to be. It is, in fact, a preoccupation with life at its deepest possible sense.

John Anthony West

the title of each one can be seen here, they're certainly a very interesting series if ur into this type of stuff.

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