were the individuals who actually built it. But the question remains; who were these individuals and
what were their beliefs. Germany was a different place with different people in 1939 than are there
today or were there in 1913. We can't possibly understand dauchau or auschwitz without under-
standing these differences. This isn't to say that the Egyptians can't be understood without knowing
how they built the pyramids but at the current point in time there are no facts that can be cited to de-
fine their beliefs or the reasons they would build pyramids. It is my belief that knowing how the pyra-
mids were built might show who these people were and what they believed. It is my belief that their
claim that the gods built the pyramids would shine a very bright light on who they were. But this is all
impossible until we know something like how they built them. We know Nazi Germany because we re-
member adolph hitler but we don't know who built the pyramids because all the writing looks like non-
sense to us. All the writing is open to interpretation so what these people believed is open to interpretation.
Then there is no argument as to 'who' built the GP.
Your 'belief', twice stated above, is irrelevant to what we do know of the Ancient Egyptians.
Speak for yourself. Just because you don't remotely understand the knowledgebase we've obtained from 200+ years of ongoing investigations into the AE doesn't mean no one else does. We don't have to know down to the last block laid exactly how the GP was constructed to know the AE did it. That's about as ignorant as claiming that just because you've never seen an A-Bomb constructed, in full, that it's impossible for anyone to have done it. It almost sounds like someone has to hold your hands and explain things to you in one-syllable words, in order for you to know anything.
Edited by cormac mac airt, 12 February 2013 - 09:35 PM.