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Cladking is right and he knew all along....
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pyramids made using water
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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I never doubted him.
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He's an idiot savant.
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...and he's brilliant too.
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hah

It was funny in my head. Sorry to all!
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"Idiot savant" can't be too far off but don't forget in my case it's mostly "idiot".

It's been a long time since I logged in for various reasons, not least of which is I've got a Flintstone's era computer that keeps jumping the tracks.

I do have a lot of new stuff on the pyramids and evidence to back it up. The amount of evidence just keeps piling up and I've even got a picture of the door into the pyramid and the locking mechanism that keeps it secure. I can finally make a good argument that the Ancient Language was scientific rather than a delivery system for superstition and gobbledty gook.

It's great to see the site is still active.
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(07-30-2018, 10:11 AM)cladking Wrote: It's great to see the site is still active.

Clad! I'm very
lucky to have Members I haven't seen in awhile stopping by. I hope you've been well. It's so nice to see you!
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(07-30-2018, 11:12 AM)Duchess Wrote:
(07-30-2018, 10:11 AM)cladking Wrote: It's great to see the site is still active.

Clad! I'm very
lucky to have Members I haven't seen in awhile stopping by. I hope you've been well. It's so nice to see you!

Thank you.  It's great to see you too.

I've been pretty busy the last couple years and spending a lot less time on the net.  Of course some sites (not this one) are hard for this old computer to navigate.  

I'll find some time later to poke around a bit and maybe catch everyone up on where the pyramids left off.  

This is a great site and I should find some time.
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cladking Wrote:"Idiot savant" can't be too far off but don't forget in my case it's mostly "idiot".  

It's been a long time since I logged in for various reasons, not least of which is I've got a Flintstone's era computer that keeps jumping the tracks.

I do have a lot of new stuff on the pyramids and evidence to back it up.  The amount of evidence just keeps piling up and I've even got a picture of the door into the pyramid and the locking mechanism that keeps it secure.  I can finally make a good argument that the Ancient Language was scientific rather than a delivery system for superstition and gobbledty gook.  

It's great to see the site is still active.

I'd be interested in hearing about it.
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OK.

To catch people up I believe I've discovered that nothing is what it appears to be.

We take the present conditions for granted and overlook the impossibilities that led to this. Language is confused and most of us never notice. Chinese telephone is more than adequate proof of just how confused language really is. It's not only that it is confused but we each think in language and modern language gives us a warped estimation of reality as proven by the fact we each have our own beliefs and can't be shaken from them. Science provides one of the most "warped" perspectives despite the fact that it is founded in experiment. We have extrapolated experiment to apply to all things but our models do not apply to all things.

But language hasn't always been this way. Indeed, animals and ancient man use(d) a language that contains knowledge and its grammar is the "laws of nature" as determined by observation and logic. This logic is merely a reflection of the wiring of the brain having the same natural logic as mathematics and expressed as language.

Proto-humans had exactly such a simple metaphysical language but then something remarkable happened; a mutation caused a second speech area in the brain and a closer tie to higher brain functions. This was expressed as the sudden ability to manipulate a far more complex language. This complex language allowed the transfer of knowledge from generation to generation so each individual could "stand on the shoulders" of previous generations. This jump started human progress and the human "race" about 40,000 years ago.

This science (language) became quite complex as new knowledge was added generation after generation so by 3200 BC a few individuals were having difficulty learning enough of it to function. As time went by fewer and fewer people could learn Ancient Language and there were too few to operate the state so the pidgin form (modern language) was adopted in its stead in an edict vaguely remembered as the "Tower of Babel'.

I discovered this by coming to understand the ancient writing (specifically the Pyramid Texts; http://www.sacred-texts.com/egy/pyt/index.htm) by solving the meanings of individual words in context. It is nothing like what we believe and the proof of this stares us right in the face. There are no words in Ancient Language that reflect ideas like "belief", "idea", or even "thought". In other words people who used Ancient Language didn't even "think". They called their language the "words of the gods" but we wholly misinterpret this. Our words are symbolic and our gods imaginary but not theirs. Rather than "words of the gods", this really means "representations of nature" because their word "neter" should be translated as 'nature" not "god". Each "god" was actually a natural phenomenon. For instance "nehebkau" (n3b-kau) was actually the hydraulic cycle and every time this word was used it was used properly in the sentence to mean hydraulic cycle.

OK, this was for those who aren't familiar with my theory. I'll catch up in the next post.
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The ancient writing which Egyptologists believe is incantation and incomprehensible gobbledty gook is actually the ritual read to the crowds at the kings' funerals.   From these rituals it is possible to deduce how the pyramids were built when compared to the physical evidence and modern science.  They used the weight of water from a carbonated aquifer (think CO2 geysers) falling in counterweights (ballast) to lift stones up the other side of the pyramid.  There is ample evidence for this but its all misinterpreted.  

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The pyramids were built in steps because they could lift stones only 81' 3" at a time.  

From the PT I knew the second Sphinx (called the "Mafdet Linx") is under the NE corner where it was built more lightly.  Since the PT says the Sphinx wasn't buried I knew it had air circulating around it and this would get hot in the summer and the heat would show up as an anomaly where it heated stones on the outside.  I screamed for years to get infrared testing done and they finally did it in 2015.  Sure enough there was heat exactly where I predicted;

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And there was a path leading straight to it!!!!

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I've now figured out how to "open this door".  

Just to the left of center you can see two well defined vertical (red) lines with tendrils going to the right.  These lines define a small vertical opening where there is a stone shoved in to hide the latch.  The tendrils are copper embedded in this door which will slide to the right when the pin is removed.   It will then swing open.

This path was called "Cool is the Crown Path" because in spring the air coming out ("crown" means front of a fluid flow) is extremely cold and would hit you like a brick on a hot day.
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I wonder how deep the "foundation" goes or if it's built on a pile of well placed stones. I imagine it has to be deep.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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(07-31-2018, 10:22 AM)Maggot Wrote: I wonder how deep the "foundation" goes or if it's built on a pile of well placed stones. I imagine it has to be deep.

G2 has some foundation stones on the SE corner because it was too low here but G1 (the Great Pyramid) was built on a low rise that was sculpted to receive the pyramid.  In the middle of this low rise was an existing fissure that has filled up with a pebbly marl over centuries. 

I believe there was also a temple near this point and just to the north was a massif that was carved into a mongoose which we mistranslate as "lynx".  It was called the Mafdet "Lynx".  It is represented as a cat-like creature on a "scepter". 

Nothing is really known about what's under here but Egyptologists imagine it was a pyramid shaped mountain  that was wholly devoid of any structure of any sort.  Of course this simply dismisses the scant evidence that does exist.  It also ignore the simple fact that these pyramids were built on a finely crafted and perfectly level limestone pavement that was surrounded by a coffer dam at least 26' high.  This pavement was so fine that it was watertight.  Indeed, it would hold as much as about 100 acre feet of water.   That it did hold water is known because there is water erosion in canals leading from it to the cliff face.  There is other evidence that shows counterweights were loaded with water at the top of the cliff face and these were used to lift stones up the east side of the south face of the pyramid one step at a time.  There is a surprising amount of physical evidence for how they were built but no one before ever had the key to put it all together. 

The key is the Pyramid Texts which is just the rituals read to the crowds at the kings' funerals.  And the key to understanding it is solving each word in context using logic and  modern science.  Once you assume the PT has no meaning you can't discover the meaning because Ancient Language is so alien to the way Egyptologists talk and think.  The authors didn't even experience "thinking"!!!!! They had no words to suggest thought or anything related to thinking.  The concept of "belief" is wholly alien to all known life except modern man.
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In a very real way it might be said that understanding the PT the key "hole" is coming to understand the the word variously translated as "bow", "celestial expanse", "sky arc", "steps of light", and "light scatterer of the sky" is actually a rainbow.  Once you get this everything flows naturally.  

In the desert the geyser created truly dramatic rainbows around the primeval mound;

629a. Behold, thou art great and round like the "Great Round";
629b. behold, thou are bent around, and art round like the "Circle which encircles the nb.wt";
629c. behold, thou art round and great like the "Great Circle which sets."

The rainbow sets at noon. 

1487a. Thou art standing, Osiris; thy shadow is over thee, Osiris;

When the water stands its shadow is above it;

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The rainbow was important to the ancients and they even used it to calculate the speed of light!!!
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