Great Pyramid Answers
Thursday, June 9, 2011 6:45:35 PM
Again, what may be behind the "next" block of stone? And now... What are those marks on red?
Let's start from the beginning:
It is funny how the "chaft" opened in 1891 are mentioned as AIR chafts when they were closed(!).
The strange directions they take, even going around obstacles means something.
The are channels, like a plumbing to transport something.
I wonder if the walls on the chamber are really made of lime stone or concrete.
Because this would make a difference and would explain the blockage of the channels, after they fit they purpose. The funny thing being one channel is corroded, the other one on the opposite face is not.
It is very likely that the channels served another purpose, related with feeding water to the concrete construction. So the watter could be sent from were? Maybe through a central pit all chambers avoid. Maybe.
So the Ram-Pump hypothesis comes to mind, as a way to build (not a role) a mostly concrete pyramid. This from analysis by a French geologist that found an excess of water in the composition of the supposed lime stones. They look lime stone, but the composition says otherwise: Not natural stone, but one of many types of concrete.
This, together with the internal ramp thesis points to a corridor, where the channel would take water. One needed, not two. However, the copper or bronze inclusions on the closing block, are really suspicious to its role. The inside as two pointing and free metal segments? Strange, to be a opening support they would have a blocking structure (on the inside), not carefully constructed free spikes pointing down.
But the rule on the pyramids are no-scripts. So this one is against the rules. (Opposed to the Egyptian era where hieroglyphs where a rule, but respected these pyramids). Naturally this does not include recent forgeries like the infamous Cor. Wise marks, in is attempts to become famous.
Never, ever, the Giza pyramids are mentioned to be built by any pharao, only some restoring. But they are present in Mesopotamic plates... thousand of years before it's supposed (imagined and imposed ) date of construction. The very same age "problem" also happens with the Sphinx.
To get a good view of the marks I would suggest you to rotate the marks images, to see them as they were written: from the out side, from the block that closed the access to the end of the channel. This is a subject to be reviewed latter, with the pictures already on it's correct position.