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nice find indeed. God only nows how many more are scaterred without us niticing them. will also be keeping an eye out for this. I certainly hope
they are the real thing....imagine what we could find in there...
Two possible pyramid complexes might have been found in Egypt, according to a Google Earth satellite imagery survey.
Located about 90 miles apart, the sites contain unusual grouping of mounds with intriguing features and orientations, said satellite archaeology researcher Angela Micol of Maiden, N.C. One site in Upper Egypt, just 12 miles from the city of Abu Sidhum along the Nile, features four mounds each with a larger, triangular-shaped plateau. The two larger mounds at this site are approximately 250 feet in width, with two smaller mounds approximately 100 feet in width.
According to Micol, both sites have been verified as undiscovered by Egyptologist and pyramid expert Nabil Selim, whose findings include the pyramid called Sinki at Abydos and the Dry Moat surrounding the Step pyramid complex at Saqqara.
Originally posted by Teye22
reply to post by Mianeye
nice find indeed. God only nows how many more are scaterred without us niticing them. will also be keeping an eye out for this. I certainly hope they are the real thing....imagine what we could find in there...
Originally posted by Mianeye
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Working on it, spend 15 min. on Google earth but wery difficult to spot.
28°21'26.12"N 30°25'41.74"Øedit on 10-8-2012 by Mianeye because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by PrinceDreamer
I believe that the pyramids (at Giza) are much older than current doctrine dictates, maybe as much 8000 years older, from a time when Egypt was temperate and sub tropical rather than desert, and if I am right then there could be hundreds if not thousands of ancient monuments buried under the sand.
Then you'll need to have an explanation for the C14 dates arrived at from carbon-containing samples of mortar taken from the Great Pyramid (and other sites at Giza) which puts it at about 2600 BC or so.
You'll also need to explain the indisputably Egyptian glyphs found in sealed areas of the Great Pyramid (and other pyramids) as well as the glyphs found by the robot exploring in the shafts that end in the Queen's Chamber. These are far enough up into the shaft that nobody could have painted them on except if it was done during construction.
Egyptian glyphs = Egyptian Civilization. There's no evidence for any earlier civilization there, and we do have evidence indicating that hieroglyphics were invented by the Egyptians, and not learned from some earlier culture.