reply to post by littlebunny
Oh brother, here is what you now claim
I then asked is there any writing that tells us how the Egyptians built the pyramids at giza, and you completely ignored the
but this is what you wrote
can you find any documentation that proves the Egyptians built the pyramids at giza?
Why are you trying to cover up what you originally asked?
So the original question is who built the pyramids. That makes twice that you've tried to move the goal posts.
The answer to that question can be determined by seeing who signed the stone blocks. The graffiti is not carved. It is painted on the blocks. The work
teams that built the pyramids is written on the blocks that were put in place.
The use of the word brick again indicates a basic lack of understanding of the pyramids at Giza. You've used the term in 3 posts. Are you getting
that misconception from these fringe authors? The pyramids at Giza are limestone and granite, not bricks.
Anyone who has even a rudimentary understanding of the Pyramids of Giza knows damn well there is nothing that proves the Egyptians built those
So you are wrong. There is ample evidence that the Egyptians were the people that constructed the pyramids. It is only hoaxers writing fringe books
that suggest otherwise.
and only in recent history, within the last 40 years… has it been allowed to become common knowledge that pyramids exist all over the world.
And only recently has it become common knowledge that every single monolithic structure around the world appears (to be intellectually honest), to
honor or help track the "floating" stars/gods.
This is a baloney claim if I ever heard one. Pyramids have been built by a number of cultures. So you think that only since around 1970 has it become
general knowledge that many cultures built pyramids? Ridiculous. The 1800s was a time of great travel and people were especially interested in the Mid
East and the ancient Egyptian ruins. Are you confusing interest in pyramids with the hoax called pyramid power? That was a silly craze int he 70s.
When you asked if the Egyptians talked about Saturn, Mercury or Venus I ignored that statement believing you were being your typical
So here is yet another blatant misrepresentation of what I stated. No surprise there.
Have you found anything from Egyptian writings that suggest they tracked these planets and especially observed the relative positions of these
So in all of these places where planets are mentioned is there anything that discusses the relative positions of the planets?
Link 1: A link to an astrology site that barely mentions the planets. FAIL.
Link 2: A mention of lore for a book claiming that Venus has changed its orbit in historical times. Physics shows that is impossible. FAIL.
Link 3: Talks about astrology, but not if the planets were tracked. FAIL.
Link 4: Talks about ancient religions, but not if the planets were tracked. FAIL.
Link 5: Does not mention the planets at all. FAIL.
Link 6: Does not discuss the planets. FAIL.
Six strike outs is a HUGE failure.
So in this charade of links you avoid the question of whether or not the Egyptians tracked the pyramid and especially observed the distances between
the planets. The Sumerians tracked the positions long before the Egyptians were an empire. The Sumerian astronomical tables are known today. I'm sure
that the Egyptians did track the planets. With so much time on your hands since your discovery of this coincidence I'd have thought you'd have
located a place that the Egyptians recorded astronomical observations. It seems you have not.
Yet you admit you reject things you refuse to even check to see if they're true or not, just because it goes against your own personal
beliefs... How is that denying ignorance?
Another misrepresentation. No surprise.
Your conjecture is that an alignment of the planets is related to the positions of the pyramids. Here are your words.
I believe nothing, and I reject nothing until I personally research it.
Since you are unable to show anything that connects this coincidence of ratios of apparent position of the planets with the positions of the pyramids
at Giza it remains just a coincidence.
I asked if there was anything at all to this claim and you posted a bunch of links that are unrelated to the question. That is like your constant
misrepresentation of what I posted. Are you afraid that the answer to your search is that you have wasted countless hours, maybe years, being
You have the opportunity to evaluate this coincidence by finding out how the Egyptians tracked the planets. I'm sure they did, but what did they do?