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Originally posted by Lynda101
We know there are no smoke stains which would have meant they did not see in the pitch dark with candles or lamps and
Originally posted by SLAYER69
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
Inscribed on some of these blocks and visible from the metal staircase can be seen a number of 'Flower of Life' patterns of interlocking circles, which were first drawn to my attention in the writings of Drunvalo Melchizedek. Many wild claims are made for the dating of this pattern, which can now safely be dispelled. The two flowers designs that abut each other are about 6 inches in diameter and can be clearly made out. They are unlike anything else that I have ever seen in Egypt and therefore remain something of a mystery.
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by anon72
The Giza pyramid has been dated. In fact, most major pyramids of Egypt are within a 200 year period. It was brief and not that long. After, their civilization collapsed and when it returned it went on to bigger and better things.
Originally posted by Klassified
reply to post by SLAYER69
In either one of these examples, are any of the stones as massive as that of the Great Pyramid? And is the inside of Cholula as intricate?
Originally posted by WanderingThe3rd
Sailing With the SunS
who else sees the second sun below the main sun, and planet x to the right of it
Originally posted by MachiventaMelchizedek
I saw a documentary recently about ancient egyptian boats. they rebuilt or rather replicated on of the most common boats, and took it to the sea. it did just fine, i think they used bees wax to seal it and the also submerge it underwater for a few weeks.
Originally posted by anon72
You guys can sit here all day and say "we can build one today"... but we don't.
Why? We can't.
Okay, we can't because it will cost too much or use too much material. Okay. Meaning we can't.
Until I see one done, exactly like Giza-it can't be done.
We maybe able to stack stones but we can't build tunnels and rooms within while we build up. If we can, let us see it. Otherwise. We can't.
Originally posted by TechUnique
I dig the ancient astronaut theory personally. It does appear that the Ancient Egyptians stumbled upon the Giza Pyramids and the Sphinx and adopted a culture and made it their own.
The question remains. Who built these amazing megalithic structures that would be near on impossible to recreate even with today's technology?
My money is still on extra terrestrials or an extremely advanced ancient civilisation. One of the likes of Atlantis.
So many questions, so little answers!
S+Fedit on 26/10/2010 by TechUnique because: (no reason given)