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Originally posted by Lee78
reply to post by Byrd
Someone mentioned that the pyramids may have had a coating of limestone? What significance would this have and why would it be used? Would it have been polished perhaps?
Originally posted by DaveNorris
i stopped paying attention when i read the words 'pyramid energy' sounds like something i would say if i had long hair rose tinted specs and a tydie t-shirt on.
edit on Fri Dec 30 2011 by DontTreadOnMe because: Just to clarify...
Originally posted by Byrd
Originally posted by mblahnikluver
There are places like Coral Castle that were built using this method from what I have read. Coral Castle is about 5hrs from me and I have thought about going there to see it for myself.
When you go there, look at their photo archives. You'll see him standing around with a pulley system (and I'm told that the one in a different picture is an automobile transmission part) and railroad ties to move his blocks with.
The other pyramid builders didn't have railroad ties or Ford transmissions (or chains ... and there's a number of pictures of him with stones with chains around them) back in those days.
Originally posted by digitalf
reply to post by Lee78
Isa 19:19-20 "At that time there will be an altar for the LORD in the middle of Egypt and a monument to the LORD at the border of Egypt. 20 This will be a sign and a witness to the LORD All-Powerful in the land of Egypt. When the people cry to the LORD for help, he will send someone to save and defend them. He will rescue them from those who hurt them."
I stumbled purely by accident this because of what you posted by the way and find it intriguing and then ultimately pretty significant. Well imho anyway. Mods feel free to delete if need be but here it goes.
Upon reading the above i picked up the bible and looked at the quoted scripture ISAIAH 19:19-20 which reads
In that day there will prove to be an altar to Jehovah in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to Jehovah beside its boundary. 20 And it must prove to be for a sign and for a witness to Jehovah of armies in the land of Egypt; for they will cry out to Jehovah because of the oppressors, and he will send them a saviour, even a grand one, who will actually deliver them.
From the above quote i know that midst is in regard to middle etc, from here i went to Egypts Geography
Egypt's Geography Egypt is in Africa. It is bordered by Mediterranean Sea, on the North and by the East, the Red Sea. The longest river in the world, the Nile River, goes right through it. There is fertile land because of the Nile and there are many farmers.The Nile is the only river in Egypt. It has two branches, the Rosetta and Damietta Rivers. Egypt is divided into 4 main parts, The Nile Valley, The Arabian Desert, The Libyan Desert, and The Sinai. About 95 percent of Egypt is desert land. The Sahara Desert covers more than two thirds of Egypt. The other deserts are the Libyan Desert, the Arabian Desert, and the Nubian Desert. Egypt is 50 feet below sea level. Some important cities, towns, and places in Egypt are Cairo (the capitol) , Giza, Memphis, Thebes, Alexandria, Suez Canal, Abu Simbel, Sinai Peninsula, and Rosetta. The highest point in Egypt is Jabal Katrina and is 8,668 feet high. The lowest point is Qattara Depression and is 436 feet below sea level. The Nile Delta is the only delta in Egypt and is 100 miles long and 155 miles wide. It is in the shape of a triangle. There are 5 important oases in Egypt and they are all located in the Libyan Desert. They are the Farafirah, Bahriah, Dakhilia, Kharijah, and the Siwah oases. The area of Egypt is 386,662 square miles. The distances from east to west is 770 miles and from north to south it is 675 miles. There are no forests in Egypt but there are date palms and citrus groves. Papyrus plants grow only near the Nile. The climate in Egypt is hot and dry and there are only two seasons which are winter (December through March) , and summer ( the rest of the year). The average temperature in the winter is between 55 and 70 degrees F. The average temperature in the summer is between 80 and 90 degrees F. In the summer the temperature can be as high as 110 degrees F.
So from here i went to google earth and went to The Pyramids of Giza and i placed a placemark over the 3 pyramids
Now looking at the above image the line i have made is NOT exact, i know that ok, but hear me out here. From here i swapped the screen to look at google sky using the symbol at the top of the google earth screen and clicked on my placemark, where the 3 placemarks that i had put on the pyramids where there in google earth sky.
This led me to add the historical image depicting the images that represent stars etc and signs etc which gave me this image below and roughly places the Giza pyramid (unfortunately at the base of the tail to put it politely)
But this is not what is interesting as of yet but bear with me because unless i am totally ignorant or the last to know you will see why i chose to add this post.
Make sure you use the historical sky maps.
I zoomed out and noticed a peculiar device that i dont know what it is and i am sure that many of you will know what it is but i dont and here is the image.
Its in regard to Pyxis
I have outlined the instrument for your benefit of seeing what i am pointing at.
Now when i had done this, outlined it and switched back to earth instead of sky this is what i got. Now bear in mind that that the lines i had put in are slightly out therefore are not totally precice but check this out.
Pointing to Rio
Christ the Redeemer (Portuguese: Cristo Redentor) is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world and the 5th largest statue of Jesus in the world. It is 39.6 metres (130 ft) tall, including its 9.5 metres (31 ft) pedestal, and 30 metres (98 ft) wide. It weighs 635 tonnes (625 long,700 short tons), and is located at the peak of the 700-metre (2,300 ft) Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park overlooking the city. A symbol of Brazilian Christianity, the statue has become an icon for Rio de Janeiro and Brazil. It is made of reinforced concrete and soapstone, and was constructed between 1922 and 1931
Originally posted by Lee78
reply to post by cornucopia
I think that this is not even the tip of it, seriously i may create a thread asking for ATS members who understand various topics to lend a hand here as it seems to be very significant indeed.
Please read this post
Originally posted by Lee78
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 Lee78
I am creating this thread due to a recent posting i made and would like to hear what you would think.
The thing is Pyramids of all kinds are spread across the world, the most commonly known are those of Egypt. However there are Pyramids all over the earth and also some beneath the sea.
Due to this link i believe it shows a possible reason for them being built in the first place.
Now ofcourse over time things corrode etc and suffer to weathering but what if, and it is a big what if the important piece of the pyramid was infact the very top which is missing which is shown in the images
Yes short but sweet, But thought i would share. Peace.
I posted similar to the above as a reply but thought it should maybe have a thread of its own where people can add information to it rather than derail it.
I am sure the lost civilizations knew something that we dont or havent quite got the grasp of yet. Free energy technology.
reply to post 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!