posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 02:00 PM
Originally posted by Hanslune
Originally posted by Plugin
For me it's more likely Egyptians lived close to that area once, saw those big unexplained buildings/statues & giving names to statues and made their
own stories up, even building their own pyramids (pretty poor ones) and so on, no wonder we still don't got 1 clue about how or why. And of course,
this is Egyptian/people pride/''scientist'', even the thought of such thing, no way!
The problem with that is there is no sign of another culture in the Nile valley during that time; just Neolithic farmers who later became Egyptians.
Egyptology, until recently was controlled by Europeans. Most research is still done by Western Universities
Yes, those farmers who settled there at that site or close, probaly where influenced allot by those old remains (pyramids, statues and so on), which
may look like they build those big buildings and statues them self.
As you can see the Spinx and some Pyramids got heavy water damage, so when that area was destroyed once (by a big flood?), of course there are no
signs left from people who lived there before the Egyptians, exept those big buildings/statues/granite made stuff.
So we learned many mishaped pyramids, where build before the big ones, but since they can't date stone/granite, how can they even be sure about that.
More likely those Egyptians tried to build them as well, and saw those statues as gods, but not as living farao's among them?
Sure allot of research is done by Europians but that is also mostly guesswork, with still allot of questions, and most likely with allot of errors and
not really knowing.
Posted before by someone but this is a nice watch:
edit on 8-2-2012 by Plugin because: (no reason given)