posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 11:26 AM
Originally posted by Klassified
Originally posted by mb2591
I don't understand how this boat is special at all.. It looks like a normal wooden boat..
I think that's part of the OP's point. Look at the boat. And look at the great pyramid. Built by the same people? Maybe. Maybe not.
Look at the boat and the Great Pyramid. Also look at what the boat was preserved and entombed in. The boat was disassembled then preserved in a large
megalithic tomb built of and sealed with large cut stones and slabs which are just as large as those used in the Great Pyramids construction. Look at
the above image. Notice how well the blocks fit together?
That fact alone tends to throw a very large wrench into the works of those who question whether it was from the same time period. If they could cut,
move and build with the same types and sized stones to seal a "boat" then it figures they could have done the same with the surrounding monuments
for a "God King/Pharaoh"
My question always comes back to the "How". Remember, they supposedly didn't have the Pulley during this period. So how did they move and place
with such precision? We are told they did not use Iron and or diamonds to cut and or later carve the stones with etc. [Iron would rust away unlike
alloys and Diamonds were worth some value and could simply have been stolen or looted]
Finding the boat is awesome don't get me wrong. But until we find a hidden chamber of records or knowledge on how they accomplished many of their
feats we will just have to muddle through with what we already know coupled with conjecture and speculation based on known techniques