reply to post by minor007
Hello sir.. and thanks for the addition to the thread....
I have never claimed, personally, that they will find anything once they open the "door", (Assuming it hasn't already been "opened").... I do not
believe these shafts lead to rooms full of treasure or mystical secrets... that is not logical, and the majority of what the egyptions did was
logical... if still mysterious.
I also do not believe they are shafts for the pharoah's spirit to travel through... if this was the case then the shafts from the "queens" chamber
would not only exit on the external face of the pyramid, but would have also continued on into the chamber itself.... if you are not aware the
internal openings of these shafts were not exposed in the "queens" chamber. A crack in the wall was the clue needed to find the first one... logic
suggested that there would be another one in the opposite wall.
What you state above is the official line, which is the current explantion given the observable evidence. This explanation has been reverse engineered
to fit in with the "pyramids as tombs" theory... which again, is the most common theory...because they thought the pyramids were tombs this is the
only logical explanation they can come up with for the shafts, so you see, they are viewing them out of context in my opinion... If they were to drop
the whole tomb theory and look at the shafts for what they are, and what characteristics they have.. they may reach another conclusion... as many
others including myself have....
There are just so many things that the official story ignores....
Anyone that reads into the construction of the pyramids at Giza will know that these 3 pyramids in particular are highly unsual. These three were
supposed to be the first buit.... yet all other pyramids in egypt are built with significantly less skill and precision..... all other pyramids in
Egypt are internally adorned with all kinds of carvings and reliefs.... No such carvings/reliefs have ever been found in the great pyramid, (Excluding
the red ochre paint discovered in one of these shafts which is yet to be deciphered, and the markings in the chambers above the kings chamber now
thought to be forged by Vyse and his team, see below) or any of the Giza pyramids.... they differ significantly from the later models.... just as no
sarcophogi have ever been found in a pyramid.. only one's that were put there at a much later date by a narcasisstic pharoah...
Quote "'Quarry Marks' exist in the relieving chambers above the King's Chamber, including one mark which is reported to indicate Khufu, the
pharaoh under whose reign the Great Pyramid was built. One source suggests that these quarry marks were faked by Howard Vyse in 1837. The reasons
give[n] are many, but the main ones are: These marks appear only in the 4 relieving chambers opend by Vyse and not in the original relieving chamber
opened by Davison in 1765. Vyse's diary for that day described a thorough examination of the relieving rooms but no mention of the hieroglyphics and
quarry marks. The marks were mentioned only the next day, when Vyse returned with witnesses. There are problems with the hieroglyphics in that they
are a mixture of styles and syntax/usage from differing time periods of Egypt. And finally, in the marks bearing Khufu's name, mistakes were made.
Those same mistakes occur in the only two hieroglyphics references that would have been available to Vyse at that time."
An anonymous Geocities web page takes this theory to heart, saying "The evidence outlined above shows beyond reasonable doubt that Vyse faked the
inscription and that Khufu did not build the Great Pyramid." Of course, even if the inscriptions were fake, that alone does not disprove Khufu's
ownership. If the "Made in China" sticker fell off a pair of sneakers, that does not mean that they suddenly sprang from Mexico instead." Quote.
Now, egyptology explains this discrepency by claiming the egyptions "lost" the skills and precision required to build such structures...... and
therefore built badly constructed replica's... I don't buy this myself.... You say yourself that the pyramids were not built as tombs... why would
the spirit need a shaft to escape from if this was not the actual burial place?
From my readings/investigations on the subject I believe there to be a somple explanation of what these shafts were for... but then without
discovering the true purpose of the great pyramid, we cannot know what this small element was intended for.
All I know is that the acoustic properties of the pyramid, and the circumstantial evidence suggests some from of machine.... acoustic, electric or
I just cannot entertain the fact that such precision was necessary for contruction of a tomb.... again, it is not logical.