posted on Apr, 21 2003 @ 07:44 AM
It is the contention of our research that the odd interior of the Great Pyramid was designed to serve function. The grand gallery, the king's and
queen's chamber, the 4 "vents" and the connecting passages ALL serve function. That function is: to pump water.
It was the Construction Pump that consisted of the subterranean passages and chamber that pumped water from the pond around the building site to keep
the successive series of increasingly higher ponds impounded by each successive layer of casing stones filled and the water locks supplied with water.
This allows the Great Pyramid to be built level by level from the bottom up.
But what about all the passages and "rooms" in the upper masonry of the Great Pyramid? Was all that exquisite precision and massive construction
designed for burial, symbolic or even religious purposes?