posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 03:40 PM
Utterly fascinating! This information is so profound i don't even know how to respond. Sometimes when i see a show about an old tomb of a pharoah and
how royal and decorated they look and how the tv show will undoubtedly play some "mood" music while looking into it i get the feeling that these old
pharoahs were no different than our current leaders and i'd rather be spitting on the tomb then looking at it with any sort of respect.
however, this and the other writeup about the timeline of the destruction merits nothing but dumbfounded amazement. could humans really have ever been
so selfless to design such an amazing monolith?! it's just jaw so jaw dropping.
scott, have you ever considered that the blockages in the passageway might in some way be analogous to the cataclysm that took place? if there are
several blockages the width, makeup, and position in the tubes could be hints as well. also, the direction changes in the passagways, could this be
some sort of hint at the change in course of human evolution, or stages in the construction of the pyramid? i get the feeling it's a timeline of some
sort. but then again maybe it's like you say, just to show that the stars cannot be viewed anymore through those portals.
whoever did build those pyramids, wow, what a gift! even thousands of years later, torn apart, and covered in urine and camel droppings the pyramids
oh, also...it seems to me that nothing more than geometry and moderate mathmatics (taking aside the will and intellect necessary) was necessary in
compling this data and "cracking" the pyramids. are we really supposed to believe that no one else in history has made these conclusions? not taking
away from yourself or hancock by any means.
[edit on 28-10-2008 by Mozzy]