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A Well Supported Theory about Pyramids


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#796    questionmark

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 09:50 PM

View Postcladking, on 19 March 2012 - 09:34 PM, said:

Excellennt question.  But if you think about it you'll realize there was no
logical reason to move their rope industry to the Giza Plateau.  There's al-
ready limited room here and it's not a logical place to make rope.  The rope
was probably made nearby to where the constituent parts were grown.  There's
no work to do after harvest except to make rope so they'd have manpower avail-
able.  From wherever it was made it could easily be shgippesd all over Egypt
by boat.  And, yes, there was a job at Giza related to unloading boats but it's
not one I made a point of remembering.  It was something equivalent to "Pro-
visioning Overseer".  There are also a few references to this task in the PT.
A great deal of provisions were necessary for the dozens of men women and chil-
dren who built the Great Pyramid. ;)

As if I did not know that cladking would show up as soon as somebody posted some inanity on this thread. Now that I won that bet I will join kmt in leaving this thread to its demise.

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Posted 20 March 2012 - 01:07 AM

**That's enough.  Years were spent before on this exact same material, and nothing was proven then.  Nothing new is being presented here, and the passage of time with no new evidence is not going to make the material magically more valid. **


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Posted 20 March 2012 - 01:27 AM

View Postaquatus1, on 20 March 2012 - 01:07 AM, said:

**That's enough.  Years were spent before on this exact same material, and nothing was proven then.  Nothing new is being presented here, and the passage of time with no new evidence is not going to make the material magically more valid. **


I'll just move on then.

If everyone here is so resistant to actually reading what I write
that they can't even see what's new after it's even pointed out then
why bother.  If everyone is so damned determined to ignore the facts
and the evidence then I can find people on thje net who do care and will
read it.  

Anyone else is welcome to keepup with the facts on those sites which
aren't squelching anyone who doesn't accept orthodox beliefs.  

It seems that if the so called skeptics can't win an argument here then
they respond with trying to chase you off.

I won't let the door hit me on the way out.  

If you were paying attenbtion you'd know the thread that has many of
the answers to how the pyramid was actually built is still getting 100
hits per day.  

I can comfort myself in the knowledge that I won virtually every argu-
ment and this site has helped me a great deal in the past.  To my friends
here;   so long.

Men fear the pyramid, time fears man.

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Posted 20 March 2012 - 01:31 AM

On that note then, topic closed.





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