posted on May, 21 2012 @ 02:55 AM
Originally posted by IEtherianSoul9
reply to post by murkraz
They weren't built by "slaves". They were regular Egyptian people who became paid laborers and eventually were honored for their work by being
buried next to the pyramid itself. Slaves would not be revered as much, and I highly doubt foreigners would take part in a such a sacred building
I just needed to clarify that, because it's a common misconception that a mass amount of slaves took part in the construction of the pyramids.
There's evidence in favor of "workers constructing the pyramids". Even though they didn't leave written records of their construction methods,
that doesn't automatically mean alien intervention. There's a progressive stage of pyramid building from simple burial graves, to mastabas, to the
step pyramid and then the true pyramid. Yes, the Giza Pyramids, specifically, are an enigma to us all, but that doesn't mean we can suddenly jump to
I can respect your opinion, and would agree over the great Egyptians having created these massive structures over "slaves", that word is thrown
around far loosely.
While I don't think that "aliens" per se (in the traditional sense), built the pyramids, I am still stumped and nobody in this thread has decided
to throw a rock at the massive implications of Pi, the Golden Ratio or the Speed of Light. Any one of these things alone or in combination with the
already extremely great feats. Nobody has really taken these things into account so I assume people either do not believe these things, or simply
can't disprove them.
As I said, any of these ten things merits a discussion of logic and reasoning, and until somebody can give me this, as to how such knowledge was
involved in the building of these sites, then I shall go on without a real opinion as to how and why, and this isn't even taking into account the
vastness of how many of these sites line up over several thousands of miles or how most of them seem to be perfectly aligned with the equinoxes.
I don't think this is jumping to conclusions, I think it's having an open mind and surrending completely to the feeling of being totally stumped.