posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 02:25 PM
Originally posted by Hanslune
Originally posted by The Benevolent Adversary
reply to post by Hanslune
in regards to the great pyramids, isnt it already accepted that they actually buried the pharoahs who built them elsewhere?
If they did there burials have never been found, its accepted that the pyramids were the places of burial - which is why the mortuary temples were
You got some sources that support that theory? So your saying the pyramids were the places of burials, explain. links would help to other sources
who subscribe to this theory.
i thought the valley of the kings was where most had been buried. of course with such a long history as a civilization threre might have been
many places like the valley.
Much later on in AE history starting circa 1550 BC I believe, after seeing that the pyramid's were looted by foreigners and their own people during
times of trouble the priest tried a new plan, burying them underneath a pyramid shaped mountain - that in the most part didn't work that well
Is that what you believe? We will try forget all the interesting facts of the pyramid builders incorporating sophisticated math, sciences, astronomy,
and engineering was just an accidental byproduct of building 6 pyramids as the worlds largest coffins just for you han.
i have always been interested in ancient civilizations but i freely admit that egypt was never high on my list (not sure why).
Yep I always found the AE religion off putting, I preferred the lesser civilizations of the bronze age middle east
A true scholar is not 'off put' by ancient information no matter what his views are of religion.
edit on 11-7-2012 by Shadow Herder because: (no reason given)