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Inside, when the Great Pyramid was first opened, there were thick salt deposits along the walls to about halfway up. Though some of this salt is attributable to natural weeping by the rocks, some is also consistent chemically with sea salt - another strong piece of evidence for the Pyramids being in existence before the Great Flood. Indeed, modern studies indicate that 10,000 B.C. was a time of massive geomagnetic, climatic and geologic changes, and it is also the time frame that Plato uses to describe the destruction of the great civilization of Atlantis - assumedly from the same catastrophic events.
In the walls, on each side of the upper room, there are two holes, one opposite to another, their ends not discernable, nor big enough to be crept into -- sooty within, and made, as they say, by a flame of fire which darted through it
Originally posted by samlf3rd
Who had the brilliant idea to build a pyramid? It wasn't Snefru-Khufu's Father-ya know the guy who supposedly built the Great Pyramid-even though this claim holds up as well as you can breathe water.
If you look into Ancient Egypt you would find that their greatest skills were "tunneling" and not building pyramids.
I have done a ton of reading and analyzing of the Ancient World, especially on Ancient Egypt. I wrote many letters to Dr. Zahi Hawass asking him to accept donations to begin "resurfacing the Great Pyramid" with a similar limestone casing that once gave the valley it's moon lit nights.
Ancient Egyptians also had a technique of building pyramids where the King's ceiling is gabled which is not typical of Egyptian pyramids.
Many, many unique features area attributed to the pyramid which are very abnormal to "normal" Egyptian Pyramids.
For starters there are "holes" in the ground surrounding the pyramid. One might claim that they were for the builders to use as guides.
The anti-chamber which was a series of 3 large pieces of granite that act like a seal. Now 2 areas of the pyramid area also a working mechanism in this process: Salt deposits on the walls-not from the recent tourist's breath-
Then, we find two rooms which seem to be set ablaze for some reason.
Inside, when the Great Pyramid was first opened, there were thick salt deposits along the walls to about halfway up. Though some of this salt is attributable to natural weeping by the rocks, some is also consistent chemically with sea salt - another strong piece of evidence for the Pyramids being in existence before the Great Flood.
Indeed, modern studies indicate that 10,000 B.C. was a time of massive geomagnetic, climatic and geologic changes,
The Egyptians were also very knowledgeable with metallurgy and could create small doses of electricity to plate and object to which we consider common jewelry.
So I believe that the Causeway allowed water from the Nile to flow into the pyramid, then after a fire was created the water would be drawn far enough up the Gallery to mix with some type of chemical from anti-chamber's manual pulley system. Being pretty well sealed (with granite plugs) the Egyptian's created the world's largest battery.
So, did the Egyptian Pyramids light up the valley and supply power to buildings and other structures that have no sign of any carbon or soot on the ceilings-which would indicate torches as lights?
Byrd: * there was no "great flood."
Originally posted by Scott Creighton
These are just some examples of major flooding events that occurred at different times all over the world during the present Holocene. By anyone's standards, I think that any one of these flooding events could reasonably be described as a "great flood" and some of them - the larger events - would ultimately have inundated coastlines all over the world (as a result of the sea rising) where most of the Earth's populations would have lived (and still do).
Originally posted by samlf3rd
reply to post by Byrd
I'm sorry but all your points are from a different point of view, all you did was add your opinoins from what you have read too.
It doesn't mean I am entirely wrong, it makes for better theory than a gigantic burial ground, especially when they were so intelligent, and knowledgeable with electro-plating. Do you really think they stopped there? These people were freaking geniuses for their time and era.
I posted what I have studied and searched very deeply for. I am not convinced that people worked for 40 years or 22 years to build a pyramid that only housed one soul. I find it hard to believe that the Egyptian's tell us how to skin, clean, and cook a chicken, or how to make weapons, or liquid bread (beer) but they forgot to tell us about their greatest achievement. Can we thank Napoleon?
Byrd: The amount of water in any one of those floods spread out over the surface area of the ocean produces less than a quarter inch of rise in the water.
"Lake Agassiz' major drainage reorganization events were of such magnitudes that they had significant impact on climate, sea level and possibly early human civilization. Major freshwater release into the Arctic Ocean is considered to disrupt oceanic circulation and cause temporary cooling. The draining at 13,000 may be the cause of the Younger Dryas stadial. The draining at 8,400 may be the cause of the 8,200 yr climate event. A recent study by Turney and Brown links the 8,400 drainage to the expansion of agriculture from east to west across Europe; he suggests that this may also account for various flood myths of prehistoric cultures, including the Biblical flood." - Source
but I have read about the thick encrusted salt that is only "so high" on the walls, not everywhere, it's a fine line.