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Help! Hieroglyph - Orion's Belt

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Hello, you learn something about the inscriptions specified in the link? Where exactly is?

I greet

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Not sure what you mean, what is your natural language?

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Polish

The question is - where there is a hieroglyph in the picture?

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Are you saying that aliens built the pyramids?

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I'm confused.

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Polish

The question is - where there is a hieroglyph in the picture?

It shows how it matches the pyramids

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Now if thats not proof then what is!

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The stars of Orion's belt do not match the position of the pyramids.

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Polish

The question is - where there is a hieroglyph in the picture?

No Oak, there is no hieroglyph in that picture.

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Well, I guess the pyramids at Ghiza might correspond to Orion's belt... or they might just be 3 pyramids in a row. :/

Are you saying that aliens built the pyramids?

No, Lister, I mean like the pyramids. How did they move such massive pieces of stone without the aid of modern technology?

They had massive whips, Rimmer. Massive, massive whips!

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No, Lister, I mean like the pyramids. How did they move such massive pieces of stone without the aid of modern technology?

They had massive whips, Rimmer. Massive, massive whips!

Yeah the whips must have been gigantic to move the 3 pyramids, that`s for sure. :lol:

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Well, I guess the pyramids at Ghiza might correspond to Orion's belt... or they might just be 3 pyramids in a row. :/

No, Lister, I mean like the pyramids. How did they move such massive pieces of stone without the aid of modern technology?

They had massive whips, Rimmer. Massive, massive whips!

Red Dwarf jokes are always appreciated.

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Posted (edited)

Well, I guess the pyramids at Ghiza might correspond to Orion's belt... or they might just be 3 pyramids in a row. :/

No, Lister, I mean like the pyramids. How did they move such massive pieces of stone without the aid of modern technology?

They had massive whips, Rimmer. Massive, massive whips!

Urik, you have to understand there are massive structures in Mexico that are arranged identically.

I'm just saying ! :whistle:

Edited by Earl.Of.Trumps
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Urik, you have to understand there are massive structures in Mexico that are arranged identically.

I'm just saying ! :whistle:

Is there a reason people in Mexico could not have whips?

Edited by AtlantisRises
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Asides from the basic geometric form of 3d triangle, what similarities are there between the Mayan pyramids and the Egyptian pyramids?

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Asides from the basic geometric form of 3d triangle, what similarities are there between the Mayan pyramids and the Egyptian pyramids?

The fans.

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i think what he is trying to say is..... is there a connection between orion and hieroglyphs, or something like that

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