reply to post by Kantzveldt
Your observations in regards to the styling of the stonework of these various constructions is very interesting. I never realized the similarities
where that obvious previously.
Due to the Thread Title, I would like to add the following for anyone who maybe new and would like to know more of what is being suggested.
A "friend" of mine, which I have spoken with on several occasions on Radio Shows, as well as on the Phone and Email, wrote a fine book, which I tended
to have difficulties with simply due to the Item in Specific, the Great Pyramid. I have some beliefs that are likely as far out there as others may
have but my thinking tend to lean towards Enoch, as the constructor or site foreman, so to speak.
Patrick Heron wrote the book Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse. Anyone interested in hearing his views, can do so at the following
Thats why I am here. Despite the assurances of Ms Byrd, who I have the utmost respect for, just because it isn't scribed down, doesn't make the it any
less valid as any other form of speculation. As you note, many things have been lost.
The Biblical Account makes it quite clear, they, the Nephilim where here, and here being Baalbek and the area. The Region through to Jordan was, as
noted previously, a homeland for many such beings. King David would never had gotten out of the pastures with the Sheep, if it wasn't for Goliath,
(aka Nephilim), for an example.
And it is not as if David was a fairy tale. We know he existed.
I thank you for taking the time to offer your view on this subject. As I noted, I never considered such evidence previously, and all in all, this is
why I love being part of this fine group of people. Ideas and thoughts provoke the Grey Matter and without that, this site wouldn't be worth logging
edit on 24-10-2012 by Shane because: speling