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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #60 on: October 30, 2011, 05:51:09 PM »


well going back to the pic  with the Gp almost covered in water..all the air vents are under water also

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #61 on: October 30, 2011, 06:43:27 PM »

well going back to the pic  with the Gp almost covered in water..all the air vents are under water also

Ok I see what you mean.

The answer is your siphon actually requires your inlet to be under water, otherwise it will not function.

Trying to siphon air does not work. It only works on liquids because it relies on gravity and the larger weight due to the larger amount in the downhill side to function.




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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #62 on: October 31, 2011, 11:18:24 AM »

Those familiar with the siphon process -





... will recall that in order to start the drain flowing, it requires one to take the end of the hose from the lower bucket and suck enough fluid through until it rises up past the hump at the top and down the other side, at which point gravity takes over and the drain will continue to flow on it's own.

Why was this type of drain called for?

Because the 'hose' being used in this case is actually the underground natural tunnels in the limestone bedrock which very likely run up and downhill several times before reaching their final destination, thus requiring a siphon in order to act as a drain pipe.

Obviously we have no practical way for someone to suck on the end of our tunnel to start this drain, but if we refer to the siphon diagram we can see there is still one option open to us.

If we could say, talk a leprechaun into swimming in our upper bucket and blowing into the beginning of our hose, the net effect would be the same. 

In the case of the GP, sending 3 massive granite plugs shooting down the beginning of our hose would surely produce the desired effect.


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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #63 on: November 09, 2011, 11:26:49 PM »
And so... with the GP now up to it's eyeballs in water and the interior completely flooded, what would trigger the pulley and counter- weight mechanism to release the granite plugs?

It would appear that raising the 3 slabs to their full height (allowing the ropes attached to the plugs to unwind and release) would not require much strength to do so considering the mechanism they are  attached to.

Having lived next to a large river that runs through the center of the city for most of my life, it was fairly easy to imagine what could have automatically lifted these slabs once flooding had occurred.










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« Reply #64 on: May 07, 2013, 02:21:49 AM »
So let's see, where was I, before being distracted by my home video discoveries?  ;D


Oh yes, our 3 granite plugs had been released and come hurling down the shaft, creating the needed push of liquid over the hump in our giant siphon pump.

At the same time, they have now blocked off the source of our liquid.

The liquid already in the line will now continue to hang there due to gravity tugging on it until an opening is created at the source and the pump can continue.


So where would this 2nd opening be located?

Perhaps this image gives us a clue -




This image would seem to indicate that the original door and opening would be the source for the drain, lowering the flood level to the darkened area.

How could this function?

According to verbal legend of the GP passed down through generations of locals, the original door and entrance to the GP was so well positioned and balanced, you could push it open with one finger if you knew the correct place to push.

This then would allow the pressure of flood water pressing in from outside, as well as the suction tugging from the inside to open the door and allow the pumping to resume until the water level comes down to the level of the doorway.


There is however another possible source for our drain.


This one has generally gone un-noticed and is at ground level on the back side (east) of the Great Pyramid. -




 


There is a one meter iron fence surrounding the top of the shaft on all four sides. This fence is elevated on a stone ledging approx 12 inches high. To look over the fence and down into the shaft, you need to step up on the concrete ledge. Or you can peer through the bars of the fence.

The shaft is actually two shafts, or has two halfs, divided by a center rough 'wall' which does not reach to the top of the shaft. The center wall runs east/west. This can be clearly seen in photo "shaft1.jpg". The shaft is approx 5 meters deep at current depth. Wind-blown sand covers the remainder depth. Wind also blows in debris and trash, which is removed from the area frequently. The glass soda bottle on the center wall can give a visual reference of the approx size of the shaft and within.

http://www.gizapower.com/Articles/door.html



I contend this shaft connects directly to the basement, supported by basement visitors claims of being able to hear voices (like that of other tourists) coming from high and to the back of the chamber.


I submit that either or both of these locations are the intended source locations for the drain to drain the flooding down to either entrance level or ground level.





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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #65 on: May 07, 2013, 02:52:48 AM »



Leftover drainage remnants of the ground level shaft sucking up the last of the flood water on the back side? -






Inquiring minds want to know!  8)





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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #66 on: May 07, 2013, 09:45:55 AM »
looks like more egyptology goin on in the usa than in egypt.
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #67 on: October 17, 2013, 08:02:58 PM »

That appears to be true robo.

I think I was releasing a new Area 51 video at the time and missed your comment.


 
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #68 on: October 17, 2013, 08:23:55 PM »



Here is a video I doubt many have seen which shows us an octpus of connecting tunnels below ground.



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[youtube]1HwvsOmmh3Q[/youtube]




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« Reply #69 on: October 17, 2013, 09:06:37 PM »


Here is another video concerning sites not normally seen in Egypt -



[youtube]Ez2TA6VYyuQ[/youtube]


[youtube]8xVYrzbBfKE[/youtube]




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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #70 on: October 20, 2013, 02:27:09 PM »


Hey Undo -


Where do think the Kametians fit into the timeline of the Giza complex.



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« Reply #71 on: October 20, 2013, 03:20:49 PM »
Oh yes, i remember the laser-drilled holes from Von Daniken.. ::)

Cool post, whish we could send a team there to report on it..............
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #72 on: October 20, 2013, 03:57:02 PM »
Oh yes, i remember the laser-drilled holes from Von Daniken.. ::)

Cool post, whish we could send a team there to report on it..............
-PWM-

Indeed. Sadly... at the moment we have to rely on video and photos taken before the current troubles.

I find the system of created shafts shown above to be very interesting.



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« Reply #73 on: October 20, 2013, 04:50:21 PM »
what if google did a "street view" setup on all those tunnels.
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #74 on: October 20, 2013, 04:54:26 PM »


I would love to see that robo.

I don't think anyone has surveyed them all yet.

 


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