reply to post by baddmove
Personally, i reckon they'll just find another 'door' and another and finally a fifth and final 'door'...why 5? To match the five 70 tonne
'pressure relief' blocks above the Kings chamber.
I don't think the five massive blocks, separated by an air space are pressure relief blocks at all.
I think the whole setup and design of the Grand gallery, the King and Queen chambers, the five massive, separated blocks above the kings chamber, the
'air shafts' and crucially, the subterranean tunnels and caves, are not what experts think they are.
It's my suspicion, that all of these elements are designed for generating something...not current or electricity, but negative Ions and resonant
The five blocks are resonators.
Water from the nile could be diverted to flow through the underground tunnels and caves, and into the constructed tunnels.
The fast flowing water, would create negative Ions and an audio source, which would be directed up and along the Grand Gallery, the unique shape and
construction of which, would cause the audio to resonate at a specific frequency and amplitude, from there it would feed into the Queens and Kings
chambers, and be further modified by the physical aspects and materials of the chambers.
From there it would funnel along the 'secret' tunnels, until it hit the final group of five resonator/amplifier 'doors' we're talking about in
this thread. After which it would exit the construction.
Why would they build this, what was it's purpose?
What do negative Ions and resonant, vibratory frequency produce?
The pyramid could essentially be designed as a monumental rain making device. If it could be made to rain, the waters from the nile would not need to
be diverted to out of the way areas...it may also have been used as an early weapon of war...a kind of ancient HAARP/weather modification device.
Think what would happen to an enemy on foot, on horseback, with wheeled chariots being caught in flash floods, and storm winds....
Only a hypothesis of course, no actual proof of any of this, except that it is technically feasible.
What do you all think? Possible or not?