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#6601    Abramelin

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:39 PM

View Postzoser, on 07 February 2013 - 05:02 PM, said:

Not in the slightest bit convincing I'm afraid.  I cannot believe you actually believe that.

The refutation is really extremely simple.

The Old Kingdom was quite replete with art.  Statues, reliefs, etc.  No excuse for erecting a stark looking thing like that no matter how gleaming it looked in the midday sun.  Why suddenly change styles from skills already acquired?

What is according to you the function of the used Tura casing stones?

http://www.cheops-py...ing-stones.html


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:40 PM

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 05:37 PM, said:

Zoser, if the granite stones inside the pyramid were as exactly put together as you probably think they were, god knows what effect it could have had.

The problem is : they were not:

http://www.touregypt...pyramidcore.htm


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Now I'm really going to upset the 'apple cart'.

Here is another analysis from a slightly different perspective.  Fascinating reading.



The Great Pyramid at Giza


Abstract: The complexity, precision and size of the Great Pyramid are contrasted to the simplicity of pharaohs’ tombs. It is proposed that it is a plutonium mill. Its perfection of construction and choice of materials are compared against all other pyramids. The current history of plutonium production is related. The internal geometry of the pyramid is given correspondence to the process steps of breeding plutonium, separating plutonium from other material, disposing of radioactive waste, using water and producing hydroelectric power. The practical value of plutonium and the economic justification of the pyramid are discussed. Later attempts by the Egyptians to recreate the power and value of the pyramid are analyzed. Scientific methods for testing whether or not nuclear fission occurred within the pyramid are defined.

Introduction

The Great Pyramid at Giza has remained a complete mystery in modern times. When was it built? Who built it? Above all else, what is it? Conventional Egyptology declares that all pyramids were tombs for the pharaohs.

The sophistication, required technology and cost of the Great Pyramid conflict with the thought that it is simply a tomb. This level of effort for a burial place stretches common sense to the breaking point.

To quote Alan Alford (The Phoenix Solution) “Is it so crazy to suggest that the unique design of the Great Pyramid was a legacy from an earlier, more advanced culture? In my view, it is certainly much less crazy than continuing to believe that the Pyramid was constructed as a tomb for a dead king, and that he built this totally over-engineered and revolutionary wonder of the world with absolute perfection at the first attempt.”

His statement was the genesis of this paper.

It is proposed here that the Great Pyramid was a nuclear fission production mill, and it was a technical and financial success. It did not create energy but packaged energy within artificially created isotopes of plutonium. This hypothesis is not fantastic in the sense that it would be a physical impossibility but is fantastic only in the fact that it upsets the conventional history of man. The case for this claim is developed in the remainder of this paper. The approach is to drop preconceptions about religion and culture, and look upon the Great Pyramid as a business investment.


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http://nuclearpyrami...eat_pyramid.php

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:55 PM

View Postzoser, on 07 February 2013 - 05:40 PM, said:

Now I'm really going to upset the 'apple cart'.

Here is another analysis from a slightly different perspective.  Fascinating reading.

Why should we read that? You 'order' us to watch your videos till we get bored unconscious, and we should take seriously every crackpot theory any real engineer would feel ashamed of.

OK, so you didn't read what I linked to.

Here it is:


At first glance, the sides of the Giza Pyramids, stripped of most of their smooth outer casing during the Middle Ages, look like regular steps. These are actually the courses of backing stones, so called because they once filled in the space between the pyramid core and outer casing. However, a closer examination reveals that the steps are not at all regular. In fact, rather than regular, modular, squared blocks of stone neatly stocked, there is considerable "slop factor", even in the Great Pyramid of Khufu.

Not only are the backing stones irregular, they are also progressively smaller toward the top. Behind the backing stones, the core stones are actually even more irregular. We know this because, in the 1830s, Howard Vyse blasted a hole in the center of the south side of Khufu's's Pyramid while looking for another entrance. This wound in the pyramid can still be seen today, and in it, we can see how the builders dumped great globs of mortar and stone rubble in wide spaces between the stones. Here, there are big blocks, small chunks of rock, wedge shaped pieces, oval and trapezoidal pieces, as well as smaller stone fragments jammed into spaces as wide as 22 centimeters between larger blocks.

In the Pyramid of Khafre, Giza's second largest structure, event the coursing of the base core stones is not uniform. The builders tailored blocks to fit the sloping bedrock that they left protruding in the core as they leveled the surrounding court and terrace. In fact, in this pyramid's northeast and southeast corners, where the downward slope of the plateau left no bedrock in the core, the builders used enormous limestone blocks, two courses thick, to level the perimeter.

Higher up, the core is made up of very rough, irregular stones. The upper third of the pyramid core appears to be stone blocks in regular stepped courses, but on closer inspection, the heights of these steps range from ninety centimeters to 1.20 meters, and the widths of the steps vary from 23 centimeters to a meter.

http://www.touregypt...pyramidcore.htm

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 05:59 PM

Zoser, did you even understand what you linked to?


This site examines the possible nature of the proton. It borrows the concepts of a gravitational flux and a light carrying medium from Metaresearch.org. The author introduces evidence and logic that a proton may be shaped like a pyramid, and what the consequences of that shape are. This viewpoint is not agreed to nor supported by Metaresearch.org. Details are found in the Pyramidal Proton paper. If correct, this analysis has a profound perspective on nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, radioactivity, the formation of elements and isotopes, and the formation of planets and moons. It also predicts a new energy source which would be “unlimited”. Experimental procedure is proposed which would either disprove or support the beginning assumption about the shape of the proton.

http://nuclearpyramid.com/


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 06:24 PM

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 05:59 PM, said:

Zoser, did you even understand what you linked to?


This site examines the possible nature of the proton. It borrows the concepts of a gravitational flux and a light carrying medium from Metaresearch.org. The author introduces evidence and logic that a proton may be shaped like a pyramid, and what the consequences of that shape are. This viewpoint is not agreed to nor supported by Metaresearch.org. Details are found in the Pyramidal Proton paper. If correct, this analysis has a profound perspective on nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, radioactivity, the formation of elements and isotopes, and the formation of planets and moons. It also predicts a new energy source which would be “unlimited”. Experimental procedure is proposed which would either disprove or support the beginning assumption about the shape of the proton.

http://nuclearpyramid.com/

All sounds good.  It's even more research that's tearing at the heart of the childish ideas of the mainstream

The core principles again centre around the granite.  Curious is it not?

A transmitter of EM energy I asserted.  Isn't that what Gamma is?  EM energy?

Dip yer bread in.

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 06:33 PM

Just found yet Another infant Elongated skull. This from the January 2012 opening of the first ethnographic exhibition at the Huaylas Municipal Museum.

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http://www.facebook....ootRaceResearch

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 06:39 PM

I want your opinion about this, and I hope you understand the consequences for your faviorite granite theory:

If you don't (and say so) I won't bother you again with it.

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 05:55 PM, said:

Why should we read that? You 'order' us to watch your videos till we get bored unconscious, and we should take seriously every crackpot theory any real engineer would feel ashamed of.

OK, so you didn't read what I linked to.

Here it is:


At first glance, the sides of the Giza Pyramids, stripped of most of their smooth outer casing during the Middle Ages, look like regular steps. These are actually the courses of backing stones, so called because they once filled in the space between the pyramid core and outer casing. However, a closer examination reveals that the steps are not at all regular. In fact, rather than regular, modular, squared blocks of stone neatly stocked, there is considerable "slop factor", even in the Great Pyramid of Khufu.

Not only are the backing stones irregular, they are also progressively smaller toward the top. Behind the backing stones, the core stones are actually even more irregular. We know this because, in the 1830s, Howard Vyse blasted a hole in the center of the south side of Khufu's's Pyramid while looking for another entrance. This wound in the pyramid can still be seen today, and in it, we can see how the builders dumped great globs of mortar and stone rubble in wide spaces between the stones. Here, there are big blocks, small chunks of rock, wedge shaped pieces, oval and trapezoidal pieces, as well as smaller stone fragments jammed into spaces as wide as 22 centimeters between larger blocks.

In the Pyramid of Khafre, Giza's second largest structure, event the coursing of the base core stones is not uniform. The builders tailored blocks to fit the sloping bedrock that they left protruding in the core as they leveled the surrounding court and terrace. In fact, in this pyramid's northeast and southeast corners, where the downward slope of the plateau left no bedrock in the core, the builders used enormous limestone blocks, two courses thick, to level the perimeter.

Higher up, the core is made up of very rough, irregular stones. The upper third of the pyramid core appears to be stone blocks in regular stepped courses, but on closer inspection, the heights of these steps range from ninety centimeters to 1.20 meters, and the widths of the steps vary from 23 centimeters to a meter.

http://www.touregypt...pyramidcore.htm

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 06:41 PM

View Postzoser, on 07 February 2013 - 06:33 PM, said:

Just found yet Another infant Elongated skull. This from the January 2012 opening of the first ethnographic exhibition at the Huaylas Municipal Museum.

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http://www.facebook....ootRaceResearch

Nothing special here. I think my eldest brother had a similar shaped head right after his birth. He looks very nornal now, 64 years on.


(And watch the pfoto instead of the exaggerated drawing)


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:03 PM

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 06:39 PM, said:

I want your opinion about this, and I hope you understand the consequences for your faviorite granite theory:

If you don't (and say so) I won't bother you again with it.

No real significance I'm afraid.  Doesn't say anything that significant at all.  Smaller irregular blocks toward the top.  Interesting but of no value in terms of the granite principle.

The only comment I would make is can they be sure what they were seeing at the 'wound' left by Vyse the vandal?  Was it his   rubble?  That's the trouble with using TNT in a highly important historical monument.

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:04 PM

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 06:41 PM, said:

Nothing special here. I think my eldest brother had a similar shaped head right after his birth. He looks very nornal now, 64 years on.


(And watch the pfoto instead of the exaggerated drawing)

Just another Hydrocephalus victim eh?

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:08 PM

View Postzoser, on 07 February 2013 - 07:04 PM, said:

Just another Hydrocephalus victim eh?

No.

But it is apparent to me that you do not know much about anatomy and what sometimes happens to a skull while passing the birth canal.


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:10 PM

View Postzoser, on 07 February 2013 - 07:03 PM, said:

No real significance I'm afraid.  Doesn't say anything that significant at all.  Smaller irregular blocks toward the top.  Interesting but of no value in terms of the granite principle.

The only comment I would make is can they be sure what they were seeing at the 'wound' left by Vyse the vandal?  Was it his   rubble?  That's the trouble with using TNT in a highly important historical monument.

It has significance, if you only understood the theory you support.

This respons from you tells me that you do not even understand the theory you support.


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:13 PM

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 05:37 PM, said:

Zoser, if the granite stones inside the pyramid were as exactly put together as you probably think they were, god knows what effect it could have had.

The problem is : they were not:

http://www.touregypt...pyramidcore.htm


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ouch! But dont worry, you know he wont have read the whole page. He'll just choose to ignore it and make himself look even more ridiculous!  :tu:

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:15 PM

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 07:08 PM, said:

No.

But it is apparent to me that you do not know much about anatomy and what sometimes happens to a skull while passing the birth canal.

Why is not happening today?  In tribal cultures?  Developed ones?  Were is the precedent throughout history?

Answer:  There isn't any; just a few isolated places around the world in very ancient times.

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:15 PM

View PostAbramelin, on 07 February 2013 - 07:10 PM, said:

It has significance, if you only understood the theory you support.

This respons from you tells me that you do not even understand the theory you support.

and thats coz he wont think about what he says, he just repeats parrot fashion from the AA series, but thats what to expect from zoser... no research as usual

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