posted on Jun, 12 2012 @ 11:43 AM
Originally posted by wycky
I have my doubts.....
My first thought of how the pyramids were built was pouring something like concrete into molds. It makes more sense then the conventional theory of
1000's of slaves dragging stones weighing 100's of tones on logs! Why was this not thought of before ? Do they still want the world to think that
the Romans invented concrete...?
The questions that come to my mind:
Why build the stones so massive?
Wouldn't they crack? Because the stones are so big the center would stay moist for a very long time and not set properly causing movement and
Would something man made last thousands of years ?
The entire purpose behind the alchemical sciences as employed by these people is to study nature, and to master it by emulating it. This is what made
knowledge and science a sacred endeavor...as it allowed man to become God. It also is the key behind the entire concept of human Gods, as being able
to harness the power of the Gods (scientific study and emulation) is among the most holy things that a primitive people can endeavor.
In todays age we take for granted out collective knowledgbase, and misunderstand what exactly was seen as holy in the days of yore.
What process did God, or nature, take in creating limestone to begin with? It is this process that was studied, synthesized, and sped up. The
limestone blocks, therefore, could be viewed as being the limestone equivalent of cubic zirconia.
To understand any of this, I think, you have to start by understanding what it is the priests were trying to achieve. And that "priest", in the
case of the ancients, was actually more like "scientist" and "philosopher" mixed into the same person.