posted on Mar, 24 2004 @ 07:07 PM
It is a rather interesting idea, you have to admit that. It is as plausable as any other Pyramid Theory on the Internet or ATS.
In consideration of the Pyramids' age, I'd have to say this: I lean towards the age of 10-12500 years old, what with the erosion factures of the
Sphinx and how ancient sites aligned with constellations at that time period, but there is also a couple other possibilities...
With erosion factures, wouldn't the Great Deluge have done the same thing? Depending, or course, when that would have happened...
King Solomon... now, can we agree that the First Book of Genesis was taken, almost word for word, from older Sumerian texts? There are MANY key
elements in the Old Testament which ties directly to Sumerian counterparts... but who's to say the Sumerians didn't recieve their tales from older
The reason I mention this is that there are alot of fables or parables in the Old Testaments... many retellings of older stories or legends. Could
not, perhaps, the telling of Solomon was nothing more than one of those retellings? Or what if King Solomon was merely an archtype figure, used to
describe many events, to give credence to an individual? Almost along the lines of bragging rights.
I like this idea. Do I believe it? I can't say yet... I'd have to check things for myself. But I do like the idea that people are responsible for
the Pyramids instead of aliens (we just don't give ancient people enough credit).
Then again... since it is suspected that Hebrews were used to build them, it is entirely possible that they brought those ideas/prints/working
knowledge with them, and incoorporated it into a story.