posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 02:48 PM
This fellow John Cadman thinks he has proof the shafts under the Pyramids could be a giant water pump based on the HYDRAULIC RAM PUMP principle.
" The pyramid had a tall masonry enclosure that was higher than the pyramid’s entrance (1) (see Figure 8). Water was flooded between this masonry
wall and the pyramid via tunnels from the ancient Lake Moeris (2). Lake Moeris and the Western Nile were at higher elevations and allowed for water
tunnels to gravity feed to this pyramid’s moat
1,3 (see Figure 2). One of the water tunnels existed as a “well” in front of the pyramid’s entrance. This well has since been covered with
1. As the moat filled, water flooded the entrance and ran down the descending passage (3) into the subterranean chamber (6)."
Read the full story Here:
John Cadman has made a model of this pump based on these underground passages and it works!
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The main thing about this pump is not that it pumps water, that is a secondary function... but that it produces a pulsating sound sonically that is
used for some unknown purpose. The Kings's chamber is a tuned granite room. The sub chamber is the source of the "shock wave".
Another good thread that discussed these shaft are here but there are no conclusions. www.abovetopsecret.com...
[edit on 7-12-2009 by JohnPhoenix]