reply to post by LUXUS
Yea that says my gut feeling as well.
More ancient, better quality, more difficult.
My guess, it's like in Peru where the maya people where making their own stonework, to honor (in their eyes), gods / the older (mostly destroyed
structures/walls) and so the Egyptians the same. And as you said making their own Pyramids (those little ones and very poorly build).
So the Egyptians who came there later made their own stories from what they found/see, which we later think that's the real story. When they talk
about building pyramids they are talking about those little ones and the quaries we see today, used to build those little poorly build Pyramids?
2000 myth stories about a destroyed/flooded world. You don't have to believe in the bible for that..
The pyramids buried in sand, the sphinx with water damage and some pyramids, Peru with the same high tech huge granite stones, the whole place
destroyed. The eastern island statues also burried many many meters, where only the heads are showing (which basicly says, those statues are there
verrrrrrrrry long). And perhaps, the eastern island statues, where once standing on the top of a mountain, which is now almost complety submerged. God
who knows we could find under water, burried close over there?
When I see some (old) very very nicely made Egyptian statues for me it's looking at very ancient people/rulers, made to look like gods? And the
hieroglyphs, made later on, giving the statues names.
And most (old very nicely made statues), all look they had very long skulls (if you look closely you can see the skull under their clothing looks much
longer? Just as the skulls found in Peru:
But yea no way that would be accepted as possible by sciene I'm afraid..
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