reply to post by Hanslune
that is highlarious, built as tombs then intrusion tombs on top of them. That's almost as funny as the 'mainstream' guy I came across who suggested
that Khufu was hidden in a different secret chamber inside the GP. At least you realise that intrusion burials were a key aspect, as do a few of the
Therefore I would suggest it is the extent of the intrusions that should be debated under the orthodox view.
As for examples of solar chambers in the Archaeological record there are 1000s of them, way too many to list. Most of the community ones do not
register on this sort of board or the books/blogs of mainstreamers or fringers. Lots do not even have names. They are just not big enough for the egos
of most of those that write. If these people did bother to look around the monster pyramids they would find these chambers on almost every continent.
Then its a short step up the side of a Step pyramid to work out the industrial nature.
Wrt Giza, as I will repeat again, these structures are slightly different to the chambers and have another use tho Phnom Da should help any one
interested in solving most of the mystery. A neglected site in S.Cambodia, which has the elements that make up cheops and the water features. Alas not
the same geology, that is unique to Giza.
'Actually I suspect you don't expain it to promote your book sales.......'
Actually Hans some concepts are just too big to be dropped into convenient soundbites. It would be nice to sell more books but I like to give them
away too. The aim is to re-establish this technology, not cheap sales, followed by cheap dull comments.
'You mean the natural limestone caves or the tunnels associated with Osiris and such'
No Hans I mean the water that fills the Temple of Osiris. The water that the young lads on the plateau use as swimming spots. The carbonated water
that comes up from beneath the ground. The canals that link to the old ports, the urban centers and other lakes. The IAEA has just completed a study
of the underground system, which is a bit like letting the fox loose in the chicken shed. Really the water evidence is abundant, some of your corpses
were found in the dried up canals, didn't they mention that?
Carry on with the mainstream myth, there's a lot less to it than meets the eye.
BTW if you have read the classics as you say, you would know of references to step pyramids in Luxor with an Ark chest as a central part of the
scheme. You would also have come across people cooking without fire, so common even old ladies did it at the time of Herodotus' tour. If you have
been to Egypt you will have wandered into a solar chamber without noticing. In Cambodia I am sure you would have been into dozens maybe 100s.
It is a matter of opening that one eye that is filled with blinding images from the main stream.