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Originally posted by georgemoseleylander
Originally posted by nv4711
reply to post by georgemoseleylander
Untrie. Firstly, I believe that the dating for many sites is way off. Secondly, Copan is merely an example.
No. They do not produce it "somehow" but by two very simple means... by either chemical action in the pyramids, effectively built to survive an explosion or by pumping loads of electricity though saline or corrupted water using stone cirles like Stonehenge as giant dynamos.
UNTRUE... hallofthegods.org... Second down to the right of the "ABYDOS helicopter"
I've always thought they were built as a reflection of the Egyptians' developing technology and beliefs. From pit graves to mastaba to pyramids made sense to me. All the graves and workers' towns surrounding the pyramid complexes and quarries seemed to prove that they were actually built by humans.
After years on ATS, I now think it's more likely that the rocks were flown in from Mars by aliens. They needed to balance the Earth, open a dimensional portal and create a machine of stone that would extend the life-time of blunt razor blades. They had to build this technology from roughly-shaped blocks because metal would have been too obvious. When they fell short of a few blocks, they made them by pouring concrete.
Originally posted by Flavian
reply to post by nv4711
Well said. Like others, this subject exasperates me. The AE told us they built them (including length of time it took), left the quarries behind where they got the stone from, etc, etc.
Why do people struggle to believe them?
Originally posted by InfoKartel
reply to post by Chargeit
They poured the stones like concrete into molds. Over time these cast stones got denser and denser. They could line them up with the stars easily since nights were CLEAR back then, no light pollution. People could stare into the galaxy back then, what a sight that must've been.
NEXT.edit on 17-6-2012 by InfoKartel because: (no reason given)