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Offline VillageIdiot

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #75 on: October 22, 2013, 02:50:42 PM »
Enjoyed the hell out of this thread. Got me thinking that the Egyptians, or their predecessors, discovered free energy. Maybe Tesla was second.

Just saw zorgon's thread. I'm always a day late and a dollar short.  :P
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #76 on: October 22, 2013, 06:17:14 PM »


Thanks VI,

If Chris Dunn is correct, they indeed discovered free energy.

I find this new discovery of carved out underground tunnels fascinating, as far I know no one has ever covered them before.


Yet once again water seems to be the key.

I have asked Z to take a look at this new video and comment, I'm sure he will once he can free up some time.


I note robo seems to have picked up on the implications of this find.


 


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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #77 on: October 22, 2013, 06:25:42 PM »


P.S. I bet that photographer is now regretting not taking his guide up on his offer of going down to the third level.

Who knows how long we will have to wait now.



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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #78 on: January 06, 2014, 12:40:16 PM »
Here's an interesting YouT find relating tp pyramids and water...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1y8N0ePuF8[/youtube]

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #79 on: March 06, 2014, 12:15:08 PM »
Just passing through....

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Yet once again water seems to be the key.

Yes, water is far more precious than we think;

1. we can't live without it, it sustains all life on the planet.

2. it has a memory

3. You can split & burn it to run your car, using less power than a decent car stereo. Physicists say it cant be done but we proved it countless times.

4. you can also fuse the hydrogen (or isotopes thereof), one gallon of seawater can power new york for a month at least.

5. it is also a 'transport medium' in itself, check Matrix Traveller's threads for more info.

6. Crop circles always form over water tables or underground aquifers..........

Now to watch that film, byeeeee :D

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #80 on: March 06, 2014, 12:50:33 PM »
Oh yes, i forgot that one,
7) water is always level with the earth's surface......duh, me & my complex answers.... ???

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #82 on: December 28, 2015, 11:48:42 PM »
As we arrive at the top of the grand gallery, we find that the very top step exhibits quite a bit of wear -




Which, some genius thoughtfully put a nice repair job on for us   ::) -
 



Once we are on the top step, we now face the entrance to the Antechamber which also displays an equal amount of wear -




And here again some genius in more recent times decided to 'repair' this damage -




So this area which we suspect is where the ropes between the counterweights, and the stones in the groove of the Grand Gallery moved up and down, obviously got a huge workout to display so much wear and tear. 


A method required for the Granite sections of the Pyramid (King's chamber and above it) as opposed to the Limestone sections?

As we have seen, the Grand Gallery and Antechamber counterweights are perfectly set up to raise large blocks 6 feet at a time.


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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #83 on: December 29, 2015, 12:17:50 AM »
Oh yes, i forgot that one,
7) water is always level with the earth's surface......duh, me & my complex answers.... ???

That is not possible as we live on a sphere.. Water tends to form a shere on its own  We only see 'level' in short distances but in reality 10 feet either direction would not be precisely the same. This concept of 'level' water is the arguement that the Flat Earthers use to prove the Earth is flat

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #84 on: December 29, 2015, 10:53:38 AM »
Water, contained will always have a meniscus, unless it is unconstrained, whereas it will seek a spherical form. Simple stuff really....but here it is...

.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meniscus

Flat Earth is facebook fodder for those who wish to go backwards in time.

Steven Myers suggests the Gp was a water pump, and looking at the many images of pre-repaired areas of the GP it does seem to have some sort of technological use or purpose, since it appears to have wear and damage from use, but aside from that, Egyptologists will continue to stick to the tomb theory which has stagnated research due to cultural issues of disturbing tombs and graves, and unethical antiquities ministers...cant spell Hawass without ASS.

Chris Dunn says it was an hho generator of sorts, the new age crowd likes to believe it was a communication device or energy channeler, or one of a thousand new agey explanations....but the sheer immensity and accuracy of the distinct parts of the Gp tell us it was mechanical, electrical, magnetic, or all three in nature.

Tis the nature of the unknown, those who profess to know, end all progress, while impeding the progress of those who wish to know...
 
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #85 on: January 03, 2016, 12:52:59 AM »


Well Le, there is certainly no shortage of theories as you mentioned.

However none of them appear to account for the exposed machinery in the Pyramid.

- In the basement room, the only thing found is a huge marble lined drain.

All we can deduce from this is - somebody was expecting a lot of water.

- The unadorned rough cut passageway with no stairs leading down here was obviously the expected route for this water.

Now the 2nd half of this passageway called the grand gallery is not rough cut. It's primary feature is a slot in the center that starts at the very top and ends where it meets the connecting descending passage.

At this point we find the granite plugs that were created the perfect size to slide all the way down this slot to the bottom, and apparently did so.


Those are the mechanical facts staring us in the face that must be accounted for by any theory proposed.

   

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #86 on: September 23, 2016, 09:38:57 PM »
Interesting thread. I think that well in antiquity it was a tomb.

The people at that time didn't want whatever was in there to get out. They assured this by installing four huge slabs at the entrance to the "King's Chamber", which could only be opened from the outside.

They dropped huge blocks into place to bar access to the Gallery and laid more huge blocks to conceal the entrance.

They left no decorations or hieroglyphics inside or out because they didn't want whatever it was remembered and they didn't want whatever it was in the afterlife with them.
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #87 on: September 23, 2016, 10:58:44 PM »

Interesting idea Irene!

I look forward to you sharing more of your theory with us.

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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #88 on: November 05, 2016, 08:11:16 PM »
i wasnt goingvto go through all the post and i may have already posted this but ill post it anyways.
when i was at lop a while back we hacked the pyramid and i hacked the sphinx,or part of it.the great pyramid was the first haarp tool.a poster on youtube showed the pyramid generated microwave.i validated this when i saw the oval tunnel as microwave uses this same shape for coax sometimes when polarizing microwave .
i measured out thecrest of the tunnels and verified they to were microwave conduit via measurements of wide side and compared it to bandwidths of microwave.i can tell you the exact frequencies they were using.the water chamber created the first resonance.
santorini volcano was set off by this thus starting an ice age 3600 years ago that melted and created the great flood.joseph was taught this by his dad and used it to create the drought that forced his family to move to egypt.
then joseph was reincarnated as moses and moses used it for his miracles by barely setting santorini  off.

the sphinx is anubis and the tip of the pyramid lined up with anubis nose which when lined up to the ground points to the entrance of the secret library which sets either under the gift shop or the neighborhood next door.
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Re: Observations on The Sphinx and The Great Pyramid of Giza
« Reply #89 on: November 05, 2016, 08:25:00 PM »
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. . . Santorini volcano was set off by this thus starting an ice age 3600 years ago that melted and created the great flood . . .

The last Ice Age, the Wisconsin glaciation, ended between 12,000 and 10,000 BC.
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