Shafts under Pyramids at Giza may be a Water Pump

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posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 09:37 PM
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The Flip Side.

O.k. Big question.. we have a pump.. why the need for the water?

I have read someplace that the Pyramids are giant electric generators. There has been evidence of chemicals in some of the chambers what are kin to battery acid. This was a long time ago I saw this on TV and I don't remember much about it. But you needed water to mix with these dry chemicals to produce power. At the time no one could figure how how you could flood those levels with water to make this reaction happen.

I will try to search and find more information on this.

W3RLIED2, I haven't read the book by Farrel but as it seems it may tie in with this, I will look into it. Perhaps I can find a pdf copy online.

Water pressure could have been used for the rising of the stone blocks I suppose but I don't think so. I like this guys theory of how the Pyramid was built :www.abovetopsecret.com...

I have read recently they made the stone blocks artificially.. like a cement block. They would have needed water for this.

I believe we need to tie all this together and that after all these thousands of years we are getting closer to seeing the whole big Picture.




posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:02 PM
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I know its out there. The real question is is it far enough out there? In Farell's study he found that the King's Chamber, the Antechamber, Grand Gallery, and Queens Chamber all are engineered to resonate a'pilot' or 'scalar' wave at multiples of Planck's Constant down to one decimal point. Not only was Planck's constant found but other 'Planck Units': the Planck Length and Mass that are the basis for Grand Unified Theory and String Theory of modern thoretical physics.

It's hard to translate this into laymans terms but I'll give it my best.

The hypothesis based on these findings is that the Pyramid is a phase conjugate mirror and a howitzer of epic proportions. Using Bohms pilot wave as a superluminal carrier wave to accelerate cohered electromagnetic and gravito-accoustic utilyzing harmonic interferometry.
Stay with me, please. Since so many of the Pyramid's dimensional measures appear to be resonant with each other, the Pyramid as a harmonic oscilator seems to have several other harmonic oscilators built inside of it in such a design that would create a feedback loop to amplify the resonations of oscilated energy. Meaning, with the propper wave forms the whole structure starts to vibrate at the correct resonence creating a super concentrated amount of energy that could be directed at a target.

With all that said, (I know hard pill to swallow... took me weeks of studying to finally grasp what the theory actually implied) it would appear that if the Pyramid could be resonated at the propper frequency, you would not want to be around if it worked. Big booms.
We're talking Independance day, Star Wars, planet busting booms. Some understanding of modern physics theory is something I would recomend to the people scratching their heads.

This all means that either the builders of the Great Pyramid had to have engineered those chambers with the purpose of resonating scalar, electromagnetic, and grvito-accoustic wave harmonics, or they just happened to get really lucky with the dimensions of the Pyramid. So lucky that the structure would have people scratching their heads over it's dimensions to this day. Knowing that we know absolutely nothing about esoteric applied sciences, and have lost all interest or study in the field of true alchemy, I would venture to guess that the builders knew damn well that there could be a unification of seperate wave forms and they proceeded to build an awsome weapon.


Or the whole theory could be entirely wrong... I guess time will tell... or maybe it won't!!!

Planck constant

Unified field theory

String theory

About J. Farell



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:19 PM
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Well what I got from the water pump was that it took the water, which was at a higher elevation around the pyramid and confinded by the outer wall, to the sub-terrainian chamber where it somehow got pressurized and compressed to make a sonic noise. The pump and gauges were just to get the water to and into the pyramid and to control the pressure.

This sonic noise went up through the ceiling blocks to resonate the King's chamber which was made of specific kinds of stone. And there are 2 vents to the outside world in the King's chamber.

Maybe the noise echoed back and forth and eventually came out of the vents which are in the middle of the pyramid extremely loud? Like a siren or call, something everyone in the city could hear and be notified. Used on completion, pharroh died, major celebatrions.

OR, to go on the battery idea, The king's chamber housed all the dry battery materials and when the sound resonated through the floor it charged or mixed it? I don't know

Maybe it was just to resonate the kings soul from his body to the afterlife and the vents let his soul escape.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:29 PM
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Originally posted by tooo many pills

Maybe the noise echoed back and forth and eventually came out of the vents which are in the middle of the pyramid extremely loud? Like a siren or call, something everyone in the city could hear and be notified. Used on completion, pharroh died, major celebatrions.


I really really like this idea! Would this actually work do you think?



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:32 PM
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Without a way to test it on the actual Great Pyramid there is no way to tell. Maybe on a scale model built to exact proportions... i don't know.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:35 PM
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That link is from Google Books and is the full version of the Giza Death Star by Farell if anyone is interested. (gotta love goog)

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posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:36 PM
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Very interesting theory. i'm still reading.


Meaning, with the propper wave forms the whole structure starts to vibrate at the correct resonence creating a super concentrated amount of energy that could be directed at a target.


I can see the entire structure, which indeed was bulit to perfection, vibrating from the inside like a heart beat, but Where would that energy be stored?

And how would they direct it towards a target?

Could it only be focused up to the top or out the vents? It had to be focused up or it wasn't as big as a nuclear bomb becuase the the surrounding area and pyramids would be destoryed. Unless thats how a majority of the pyramid/area got destoryed and we just think it has been time and erosion.

The creators just fired it up once and blasted off into the sky and the first humans to find the pyramids claimed them as theirs and tried to mimic the great pyramind by buliding others.

Is it only the great pyramid that has the water pump / sound resonating machine?



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:44 PM
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Thats one of the big questions. You'll notice though that the Pyramid's cap is no longer in place though. That could be the key component to bringing the whole structure 'back to life' so to speak. If all of the energy was amplified and stored somewhere in the interior of the Pyramid, than that would lead one to believe that the cap would be a focus point. Like a giant capacitor of some kind.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 10:58 PM
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Originally posted by W3RLIED2
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If all of the energy was amplified and stored somewhere in the interior of the Pyramid, than that would lead one to believe that the cap would be a focus point. Like a giant capacitor of some kind.


That would make complete sense -- Sort of like a linch pin by removal or a "key stone"



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 11:28 PM
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It appears that the Great Pyramid was never finished since the top is flat, and not pointed, as it should be. It has a truncated summit which is coarse and uneven and measures about 30 square feet. Most pyramids were crowned with a top-stone that completed their structure. This pyramid does not currently have one and it appears that it never did.
www.gizapyramid.com...

30 square feet thats less than 5.5ft per side.

Not big enough to park your spaceship on unless your a gnome, or, one person pyramid-shaped ship.

It would be a huge solid chunk of gold or cystral.

OR

Maybe once we get the capstone back, we can restore the pyramid competely and turn the water pump on. It resonates and vibrates the entire pyramid, and then sends a absolute beam of energy traveling at the speed of light into space.

Our planet could be seen orbiting our star with this beam whirling around space. The beings that bulit the Great pyramid will see that we completed our signal and now know we are ready and capable of intelligent communication.



posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 11:35 PM
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Originally posted by W3RLIED2


Thats one of the big questions. You'll notice though that the Pyramid's cap is no longer in place though.


There is no evidence of the Great Pyramid ever having a capstone, most famously rumored to have been made of electrum. Some 'references' have been falsely attributed to Herodotus, but he never made claims of a golden capstone... then again, he was there 2000 years after it was built.

The missing capstone could have been symbolic.



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 12:20 AM
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I like to reference the Bible in this case. And i will explain why.

Psalm 118:22-- The stone which the builder refused shall be the head stone of the corner.

Only on a pyramid can a corner stone be a headstone at the same time.

Enoch (known to Egyptians as Imohtep) IMO, had to have capped it. Before the christians came along and started calling it the great pyramid, it was previously known in Biblical times as the Pillar of Enoch. When it was finished it would have shown as a gleaming beacon during the day and night for miles around, and was supposedly capped with gold. There is no way to prove any of this however.



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 12:37 AM
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Enoch (known to Egyptians as Imohtep) IMO, had to have capped it. Before the christians came along and started calling it the great pyramid, it was previously known in Biblical times as the Pillar of Enoch. When it was finished it would have shown as a gleaming beacon during the day and night for miles around, and was supposedly capped with gold. There is no way to prove any of this however

What I'm understanding, is if this were the type of weapon you suggest,
it would be possible, to use it on a target far out in space?
That is just awesome!

I know, this is how we took out the martians. Sorry



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posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 01:20 AM
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Phenomenal...simply phenomenal!!!

I would love to see a working model...but it makes me wonder if we could even get something to even work remotely close to what was originally built. The amount of looting and defacing that has occurred over the centuries has had to have some negative effects. In fact, I can think of a recent program where they were boring through some sort of capstones that were in a vent that was in the Queens chamber.
I have a gut feeling that those capstones were built as some sort of additional shock absorber. Who knows though, and I guess that is the most unfortunate part. To imagine the noise that must have emanated from the structure when it was functioning at its height, was probably stunning to say the least.



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 01:57 AM
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Originally posted by W3RLIED2
I like to reference the Bible in this case. And i will explain why.

Psalm 118:22-- The stone which the builder refused shall be the head stone of the corner.


I have always looked at that passage as being symbolic, rather than anything literal. It is meant to represent Christ and has nothing to do with a physical head stone. Here's what Matthew Henry says on the meaning of that passage:


118:22,23, may refer to David's preferment; but principally to Christ. 1. His humiliation; he is the Stone which the builders refused: they would go on in their building without him. This proved the ruin of those who thus made light of him. Rejecters of Christ are rejected of God. 2. His exaltation; he is the chief Cornerstone in the foundation. He is the chief Top-stone, in whom the building is completed, who must, in all things, have the pre-eminence.


I'm not saying i agree with what its saying, but i do believe it was symbolic... that verse anyway.



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 03:25 AM
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I think it was symbolic too... Symbolic of the cap stone on the Pyramid.


Hard to determine either way from one line of text. I'm beat guys. more to come later!



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 04:54 AM
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hello,
I am new to ATS. i was reading this theory about the pyramid pump. I am an American that has been living in Egypt for almost 4 years. i have been to the pyramids twice and have not seen anything like this.

In response to Randyvs, no there is not a corner of the sarcophogus chamber that is melted, i have seen it (the great pyramid) it is just a small stone room with a small stone box where the sarcophogus was held...nothing too interesting.

I am going to the pyramids again in a few weeks when my family comes to visit and im wondering what i should look for to see this very interesting theory. I have that the rocks on the bottom of the Sphinx is layed as though it was water damage. any help? this is so not my field and i have no idea what to look for. i will only be living in Egypt till june so i do not want to miss out on this chance to see these amazing things


I have also seen the arc and it is massive....it's in a museum that is off to the side of the pyramid. so say that it is the arc that Noah used i guess but im not sure. it is quite intact for it being made of wood and being buried for a long time but I assume that the hot desert heat has served to preserve it.

I agree also about Zahi Hawaas. i do not like the man very much..just something about his aura that is negative. I have an acquaintance at school that is very familiar with ancient Egyptian history and hieroglyphics and such. He did shows and lectures for some major tv shows like bbc or something (cant remember which ones sorry). His name is ahmed sadiq..maybe uve heard of him and i saw hima few days ago and he told me that he doing some kind of show with Zahi hawaas.

Any help on what to look for when i see the pyramids next? thanks


Best,
Egyptianprincess



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 06:00 AM
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Originally posted by Egyptianprincess

In response to Randyvs, no there is not a corner of the sarcophogus chamber that is melted, i have seen it (the great pyramid) it is just a small stone room with a small stone box where the sarcophogus was held...nothing too interesting.


bellsouthpwp.net...

I wouldn't say melted, but i would certainly say it was damaged by something. I'm no expert but if that were simple degradation wouldn't it more even and not just in one corner?



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 06:02 AM
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I have always felt like that's what the pyramids were - and the way that they would provide the pharoah immortality is through being remembered for what he brought the people.

Is it just me or does this look Egyptian?
newscenter.lbl.gov...

That's an acoustic hyperlens
www.sciencedaily.com...

Looks like the wings of Isis to me.

They probably harnessed the sound to make some sort of power. An all in one power/power plant...although I doubt it was the same sort of electricity made like that we use.
Like a striling engine on a large scale?
en.wikipedia.org...

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posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 06:30 AM
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I Like the idea that the pyramid when the pump is working and resonating with cap in place is actually a sub space communicator and send signals into space along the vent shafts which point to star constellations !

thats a great theory !





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