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Originally posted by Lee78
reply to post by Lagrimas
Have you actually got any images that depict the placemarks of the pyramids in relation to population? If so i would be interested to see.
Add what you think is neccesary, just because i added the piece regarding pyramids in some way being built to create energy or the similar doesnt mean its fact, i am open to all ideas/links and threads which cover all avenues.
The pyramids i believe were built more than just burial tombs but hey thats my opinion, especially as now we are just popped in a hole and buried. Why did we stop building pyramids anyway?
Originally posted by chr0naut
What if pyramids were just a cool way to stack rocks
Then everyone found out about it because, like, it was a cool way to stack rocks!edit on 30/12/2011 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by tpg65
How does your theory hold up with the pyramids of southern and central America ?
Originally posted by Lagrimas
I have a reason for the pyramids which is much less 'exciting' but which i believe is the real reason for them.
If u bring up google maps and put a pin on each of the locations, teneriffe, mexico, egypt and koh ker, it pretty much makes a straight line, which splits the world in to the 'populated' northern hemisphere (90% of the worlds population) and the unpopulated southern hemisphere.
I believe the pyramids are a 'marker' and that they are meant as a line to give us a sort of 'equator' line.
I have to admit the picture with the HAARP like antenna on top of the pyramid is interesting though, but I suspect a deception.edit on 30-12-2011 by Lagrimas because: one more line.edit on 30-12-2011 by Lagrimas because: spelling