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Giza Pyramid
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Of all the suggestions, and theories put forward, on how the Cheops pyramid was built, this one seems pretty plausible.
Ingenious, and very calculated planning by the Egyptians, I say.
It makes sense - or what do you think?







"Jean-Pierre Houdin, a French architect, revealed his revolutionary new theory as to how the Great Pyramid in Egypt was built. Dassault Systemes, a team of computer engineers, spent 2 years testing his 'internal ramp' theory with scientific 3D simulations."




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Another significant exploration relating to the Great Pyramid has been the decade-long excavation in the Wadi al-Jarf by Pierre Tallet and his team on the western shore of the Red Sea. Among other finds, Tallet discovered papyri from the time of Khufu (~2580-2550 BC) in which an inspector named Merer meticulously recorded many boat trips from the Tura limestone quarries to Giza. There, at a man-made harbor not far from where the Sphinx lies today, he and his crew unloaded pure white limestone blocks that were presumably used in the construction of the Great Pyramid's smooth outer casing.

A recent Channel 4 documentary focuses on the building of an authentic vessel used by the ancient Egyptians to ferry the limestone stone blocks from Tura to Giza. As well, it touches on other important aspects of the vast infrastructure needed to support the Pyramid's construction:
Egypt's Great Pyramid: The New Evidence


Pierre Tallet also describes his discoveries at the Wadi al-Jarf in this paper from 2014:
THE HARBOR OF KHUFU on the Red Sea Coast at Wadi al-Jarf, Egypt

In addition, he provides a translation of and interpretation for two of the papyri discovered at the wadi:
LES PAPYRUS DE LA MER ROUGE I
LE « JOURNAL DE MERER »


The title, introduction and table of contents are in French. The translations and summaries are in English and Arabic.
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I dloaded the documentary, should be a fun watch.

The paper is well executed and, to date, is the most probable explanation but there is a core of researchers who believed that they were poured.   Huh

Let's check-in with our ET friends, shall we?

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(11-03-2017, 07:47 AM)Doug Wrote: Another significant exploration relating to the Great Pyramid has been the decade-long excavation in the Wadi al-Jarf by Pierre Tallet and his team on the western shore of the Red Sea. Among other finds, Tallet discovered papyri from the time of Khufu (~2580-2550 BC) in which an inspector named Merer meticulously recorded many boat trips from the Tura limestone quarries to Giza. There, at a man-made harbor not far from where the Sphinx lies today, he and his crew unloaded pure white limestone blocks that were presumably used in the construction of the Great Pyramid's smooth outer casing.

A recent Channel 4 documentary focuses on the building of an authentic vessel used by the ancient Egyptians to ferry the limestone stone blocks from Tura to Giza. As well, it touches on other important aspects of the vast infrastructure needed to support the Pyramid's construction:
Egypt's Great Pyramid: The New Evidence


Pierre Tallet also describes his discoveries at the Wadi al-Jarf in this paper from 2014:
THE HARBOR OF KHUFU on the Red Sea Coast at Wadi al-Jarf, Egypt

In addition, he provides a translation of and interpretation for two of the papyri discovered at the wadi:
LES PAPYRUS DE LA MER ROUGE I
LE « JOURNAL DE MERER »


The title, introduction and table of contents are in French. The translations and summaries are in English and Arabic.

That looks interesting. Thumbs Up
Gotta check it out.
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(11-02-2017, 12:19 PM)Chris Wrote: The BBC reports that a large void has been detected within the Great Pyramid at Giza. It was detected by a team of Japanese and French scientists using a technique called muography (I'm not making this up), and lies above the Grand Gallery. They hope to investigate it by drilling a very long hole and sending flying robots down it:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-41845445

But Zahi Hawass knows better. It's not a new discovery, because someone once wrote that there was a gap somewhere else in the Great Pyramid (and therefore by implication a gap in the place where they've now found one). However, Hawass will graciously allow the scientists to continue their work:
http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/...iscov.aspx
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It's just typical. You wait for centuries for a secret passageway under a pyramid, and then two come along at once. This one's in Mexico:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...emple.html

No comment yet from Dr Hawass.
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(11-18-2017, 07:57 AM)Chris Wrote: It's just typical. You wait for centuries for a secret passageway under a pyramid, and then two come along at once. This one's in Mexico:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...emple.html

Humanity is undergoing an ascension of consciousness, as outlined by the Mayans.

Who said, basically, “the old world would come to an end.” And many assumed it meant the end of the planet. Just like some see the word 'Apocalypse' as having a negative cogitation when in fact it does not.

The Maya are the remnants of an extraterrestrial civilization, most of which left Earth. It isn't the idea that ET visited the Mayan civilization, the Maya are actually the descendants of the ET that came and stayed and build many of those cities leaving some behind. The Maya that are educated in their own history know this.

Ask one.

Then ask them why their civilization was, essentially except for toys, wheel-less.
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(11-02-2017, 12:19 PM)Chris Wrote: The BBC reports that a large void has been detected within the Great Pyramid at Giza. It was detected by a team of Japanese and French scientists using a technique called muography (I'm not making this up), and lies above the Grand Gallery. They hope to investigate it by drilling a very long hole and sending flying robots down it:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-41845445

Or blimp-bots, to be precise:
http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/12/mi...t-pyramid/
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(12-21-2017, 12:12 AM)Chris Wrote: Or blimp-bots, to be precise:
http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/12/mi...t-pyramid/

More on the tiny blimp-bots, with pictures!
https://www.livescience.com/61435-great-...voids.html
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We will wait and see what these researchers come up with. My gut reaction is that they have a new toy and are very excited about using it and having Egyptologist and former Antiquities Minister Zahi Hawass as the 'overseer' of the project smells of bad ju-ju.

This is the same Hawass who has stated "...that Egyptologists know how the pyramid was built" and "This project should be scientific and not a search for hidden passages and chambers to attract public attention and those who like to claim that the pyramids were built by aliens,".

I am unsure if they really know the history of how the Giza pyramids (and other similar and not so similar structures) are built (ET technology in the hands of highly educated and informed priest class) but I am sure, if they do, they will obstruct this information from becoming public to the best of their nefarious ability.
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