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Pyramids — the legacy of the Apocalypse

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Yurikov Yuri

There are many versions of who built the pyramids and how they were built, but I want to touch on only one question – for what purpose they were built. Having understood it, it is possible to make further assumptions to whom it was necessary to build them.

There are many versions of the purpose of building pyramids, but the official version, and informal frankly naive and the impression is that they are not offered by adults. I would therefore like to start with a brief statement on common sense.

Imagine how much knowledge, talent, organizational skills, resources are needed to build such a structure as the Great pyramid. Could it be done with some silly or unrelated to reality purpose? How can the mind, so skilfully and rationally choosing the means, choose far from rational goals? This is similar to how children judge the actions of adults.

I apologize if my words are unpleasant for someone, but I got the impression that researchers of anomalous phenomena do not particularly need answers as such; rather, they need to feel their involvement in something inaccessible and mysterious. And where they cannot understand simple practical purposes, for some reason they often see «a deep sacred meaning».

In this article I want to show that the main purpose of building these facilities is the envisaged possibility, even in the distant future, to find them and identify them as artificial structures. A whole set of measures has been taken so that after any future cataclysms, climate changes, the effects of destructive factors of any nature, these structures could be identified as artificial after a maximum period of time.

Mountains of natural origin can not have smooth surfaces and faces. The pyramidal shape not only emphasizes the artificiality of the structure, but is also the most resistant to earthquakes.

Observance of the correct proportions is also intended to emphasize the artificiality of the structure. And there is no more hidden meaning in this. After all, there are no standards in the use of proportions, the types of pyramids are very different, and their vertices do not resemble one another.

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Why do pyramids have a tetrahedral shape? Because such a pyramid can be oriented to the four points of the compass. For what it is useful to do? There is no secret meaning in this either – to emphasize its artificial origin. After all, over time, the pyramid could be covered with a layer of soil and even overgrown with forest. For example, it happened to the Bosnian pyramid, which until recently was considered just a mountain. And this ancient pyramid has the specified qualitative sign-the correct orientation to the four points of the compass.

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Pyramids are often arranged in groups, in a certain order. And this order will help to reveal them even in case of almost complete destruction. There is such expression — «it is not necessary to go far for an example». I suggest, contrary,» go » far. These five-sided and oval «mountain» on Mars look like in terms of their natural origin a bit suspicious. But they are also located nearby, and the» face» is oriented on the Meridian. This combination should definitely attract attention.

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The lower half of the facing of the Great Pyramid consists of processed and carefully fitted granite blocks of regular shape. On the one hand they are an important force element of the structure. But on the other — even in case of complete destruction of the pyramid, the processed stone blocks from the imported rock form unambiguously indicate that there was an artificial structure.

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Here it is also appropriate to remember the Bosnian pyramid, because the discovery of such blocks further confirmed its artificial origin (at least for those people who do not have complex relations with common sense).

Soil in the middle and high latitudes freezes in winter, and stone blocks in such areas for construction was not used. Water penetrated into the joints of blocks, with freezing expands, and this leads to premature destruction of the structure, although, of course, that all climate changes could not be anticipated in advance by the builders. However, this factor was also taken into account when choosing the height of the pyramid: a regularity is observed — the further the pyramids from the equator are located, the more «squat» they are.

I will add another consideration about the usefulness of the tetrahedral shape of the pyramids, as well as their orientation to the four points of the compass. To understand this requires the involvement of imagination.

Imagine the consequences of the Apocalypse. People have long since disappeared from the surface of the Earth, all buildings have collapsed, the planet has acquired a pristine appearance. Thousands of years after the disappearance of our civilization, an alien spaceship flies to Earth. How can you quickly determine whether there was life on Earth. This can be done very simply. It is enough to launch a satellite with four radars in a low circular orbit at an angle of 45 degrees to the equator. Two of these radars, oriented in opposite directions, scan the surface of the Earth strictly in longitude, and two others, similarly, strictly in latitude. On the screens of the satellite locators, the smooth sides of the pyramids will give a bright signal. It only remains to combine the coordinates of the signals from all the radars, and in a fairly short time there will be detailed information on potentially artificial objects of the pyramidal shape.

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From this fantastic point of view, the nearby pyramids should be positioned with a diagonal offset so that they do not interfere with each other’s signals either along meridians or along parallels.

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I do not claim that all pyramids, without exception, obey this rule, but the coincidence speaks volumes. Not all pyramids have an orientation on the modern the four points of the compass, but the builders could not foresee the shifts of the world’s poles.

Similarly, from this point of view, it is not necessary to erect a pyramid in a mountainous area — it is enough to make even surfaces at a suitable mountain.

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Nasser Brackk peak, pyramidal mountain in Pakistan

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Kailas, the pyramidal mountain in China

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A pyramidal mountain peak, the Schwartz Range in Antarctica

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Pyramid-shaped mountain Rtanj in Serbia

It should be noted that two faces of the pyramid are sufficient for radar detection. The Temples of the Sun and the Moon, Trujillo, Peru, is located next to a giant pyramidal mountain, which has only two faces.

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I would not be surprised if other technical solutions were applied to facilitate the identification, which we do not even have any idea about yet. It is logical to assume: if someone so diligently draws attention to a given place, then there is hidden something worthy of searching.

To understand what can be hidden there, you should briefly return to the topic of previous versions of the appointment of pyramids. The proposed unofficial versions of the purpose of the construction of these structures, which are mainly reduced to the assumption that the pyramids are some kind of power plants or long-distance communication devices, have a common disadvantage. Suffice it to recall how the means of communication and energy facilities have changed over a century. There is no point in building a hydropower plant with a safety margin of many thousands of years — a competent engineer will never allow such a meaningless dispersion of resources. Means of communication are morally outdated literally before our eyes, and to build such an «antenna» is all the more pointless. But it is obvious that high-class specialists managed the construction of the pyramids.

Needless to say that progress never stands still, and the moral obsolescence of any technical solutions is inevitable. Therefore, no one will spend huge resources on the construction of the facility, which must be preserved for many thousands of years, unless he is sure that this technical solution will not become morally obsolete in such a long time. Let’s ask ourselves, what technical solution will remain relevant even in a million years? The answer is only one-this technical solution are, among other things, we are with you as carriers of genetic information. As for any living being the most important instincts are the instinct of self-preservation and the instinct of procreation, and for any civilization the most important task is to preserve and transfer to the offspring their genetic heritage. Both in the colony of bacteria, and in a highly developed civilization, nature equally programmed an inexorable aspiration for genetic expansion, by any means and at any cost.

Can DNA molecules persist for such a long time if it is known that their half-life is approximately 521 years. If there was no way to protect DNA from decay, then the spread of life in the universe would be simply impossible. You can, of course, consider that life has arisen on Earth and we are the only ones in the universe, but this is a private matter for everyone.

Let us return to the hypothetical situation described above. To revive civilization on the planet again, using its own, «imported» genetic materials, will be an extremely difficult task. In contrast, the DNA of our planet is «tuned» to a certain ratio of chemical elements in the ocean, atmosphere and soil, the amount of solar radiation, the radiation spectrum, gravity and atmospheric pressure, and many other factors that are individual on each planet.

Why have not we found such genetic treasures so far? It is possible that its senders did not really want such «Pandora’s boxes» to be found by representatives of a civilization that did not reach the appropriate level of development. And given that they are, for sure, far superior to us in development, our chances of finding such a «parcel» and being able to use its contents are not high. A container, say, can be located directly inside a stone block, specially marked with a rare-earth isotope with a long half-life, and many other options are possible.

On the other hand, it is quite possible that people already found such containers, but did not understand what it is. I mean the so-called Clerksdorp spheres. These are spherical or disk-shaped objects a few centimeters in size with longitudinal depressions and furrows like incisions, which are found in pyrophyllite deposits near the city of Klerksdorp in the North-Western province of South Africa. They were discovered by miners in pyrophyllite on the deposit, where this mineral is mined. These deposits are about 3 billion years old.In my opinion, these artifacts are good candidates for the role of containers with genetic material. Some sources claim that the Krelksdorp balls are made of nickel-iron alloy, and that the fibrous material inside some of them in the air turns into dust. However, it is obvious that it will not be possible to extract something useful from such an ancient container.

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Have such containers already been used as intended? A lot of archaeological artifacts indicate that people like us lived on our planet long before us, disappeared from its face and appeared again in the same form. Suddenly and incomprehensibly, cultivated plants appeared in different parts of the planet, as the Soviet geneticist Vavilov once wrote about. Genetic studies show that all modern people have descended from a single woman, the so-called «mitochondrial Eve,» who lived more than 120,000 years ago. Between all people on Earth there are fewer genetic differences than even in a small population of African monkeys. Humans are fundamentally different from other animals.

Anthropoid apes may very well be distant ancestors of the same people as we are. Natural selection and artificial selection are opposite processes. Cultural forms subsequently always degenerate. It has never happened that the yield of a new variety increases over the years. It always happens vice versa. And no matter how unpleasant it may be, the natural selection will lead us to the same.

Degradation is accelerated by intensive solar radiation, and in this sense the most unfavorable are the tropics, highlands and polar regions under ozone holes. In many large countries in the northern hemisphere, there is an unsolvable «problem of the south»: in areas where the population is exposed to more intense exposure to solar radiation.

Perhaps I am mistaken, but I had the impression that anthropologists chose that version of the development of mankind that flattered their self-conceit more. And this version was approved as a scientific «fact».

Yurikov Yuri.

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Sir Wearer of Hats

FWIW. ... the Bosnian “pyramid” IS a hill.

there is that old saying “man fears time, time fears the pyramids”. 

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ShadowSot

Oh man, it's 3 am right now and I'm just now seeing this, and not only do we have a collection of the usual pyramid woo, but the k spheres too? Man, I miss when people threw around Oopart like this. I know by the time I'm up and by a computer this will have been chewed over by the usual suspects, but it hits a soft spot on my heart to see someone trying to use these things again. It's been ages. 

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ShadowSot
53 minutes ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

Perhaps I am mistaken,

Oh, so very, very much. 

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1 hour ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

... the so-called Clerksdorp spheres. These are spherical or disk-shaped objects a few centimeters in size with longitudinal depressions and furrows like incisions, which are found in pyrophyllite deposits near the city of Klerksdorp in the North-Western province of South Africa. They were discovered by miners in pyrophyllite on the deposit, where this mineral is mined. These deposits are about 3 billion years old.In my opinion, these artifacts are good candidates for the role of containers with genetic material. Some sources claim that the Krelksdorp balls are made of nickel-iron alloy, and that the fibrous material inside some of them in the air turns into dust. However, it is obvious that it will not be possible to extract something useful from such an ancient container.

 

 

 

Not Klerksdorp  yet again ... 

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Piney
2 hours ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

 

Suddenly and incomprehensibly, cultivated plants appeared in different parts of the planet,

People started farming because they had to due to population growth. Not because they wanted to, because it's hard work compared to gathering wild plants. It wasn't hard to figure out and the methods used to do the figuring was different around the world.

 The Eastern Agriculture Complex of North America was only a matter of the Adena-Middlesex folks spreading maygrass seeds and knotweed beans along streams where it didn't grow. The Fox Creek Culture by grinding the bottoms of of water lotus seeds and throwing them in the water at the next location they moved to. All you have to do is clean out a bottle gourd and they spread like poison ivy. That was figured out in the Early Archaic in Florida and spread Northward really fast. 

I need coffee...............

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Yurikov Yuri

Piney, I hope that coffee helped.
The problem of the origin of cultivated plants turned out to be much more complicated than De Candolle, Negev, and other authors seemed in their time:
firstly, because many species of cultivated plants are not known outside culture, and secondly, the so-called "wild ancestors" often represent only narrow groups of forms, with a small number of varieties, often genetically isolated, unable to explain all the varieties that are generally represented by cultural plants, and more often such plants are wild relatives, co-related forms, and not ancestors in the literal sense "

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Piney
1 minute ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

Piney, I hope that coffee helped.
The problem of the origin of cultivated plants turned out to be much more complicated than De Candolle, Negev, and other authors seemed in their time:
firstly, because many species of cultivated plants are not known outside culture, and secondly, the so-called "wild ancestors" often represent only narrow groups of forms, with a small number of varieties, often genetically isolated, unable to explain all the varieties that are generally represented by cultural plants, and more often such plants are wild relatives, co-related forms, and not ancestors in the literal sense "

Not the case in the Eastern Agricultural Complex. Wild rice, maygrass , bottle gourds and water lotus remained unchanged until this day. They are genetically the same as their wild ancestors. Along with Osage orange and mast crops.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
27 minutes ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

Piney, I hope that coffee helped.
The problem of the origin of cultivated plants turned out to be much more complicated than De Candolle, Negev, and other authors seemed in their time:
firstly, because many species of cultivated plants are not known outside culture, and secondly, the so-called "wild ancestors" often represent only narrow groups of forms, with a small number of varieties, often genetically isolated, unable to explain all the varieties that are generally represented by cultural plants, and more often such plants are wild relatives, co-related forms, and not ancestors in the literal sense "

Specifics please.

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Yurikov Yuri

A group of scientists led by archaeobotanist José Iriarte of the University of Exeter found that the inhabitants of pre-Columbian South America grew a local variety of rice. Since it was previously established that rice was introduced into the culture independently in Asia and in Africa, now it turns out that this plant was domesticated on three different continents.

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6 minutes ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

A group of scientists led by archaeobotanist José Iriarte of the University of Exeter found that the inhabitants of pre-Columbian South America grew a local variety of rice. Since it was previously established that rice was introduced into the culture independently in Asia and in Africa, now it turns out that this plant was domesticated on three different continents.

As you'd expect from such a useful food source anywhere local humans looking to establish a better source of plant foods found it growing. Is there a continent where humans found trees and didn't make wooden structures?

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Sir Wearer of Hats
19 minutes ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

A group of scientists led by archaeobotanist José Iriarte of the University of Exeter found that the inhabitants of pre-Columbian South America grew a local variety of rice. Since it was previously established that rice was introduced into the culture independently in Asia and in Africa, now it turns out that this plant was domesticated on three different continents.

That would be our old friend coincidence, but it’s an interesting one none the less.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
11 minutes ago, Grignr said:

As you'd expect from such a useful food source anywhere local humans looking to establish a better source of plant foods found it growing. Is there a continent where humans found trees and didn't make wooden structures?

Not a continent but some of the islands off of Britain are full of stone structurescbu no wooden ones as wooden ones ould blow down too easily.

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Yurikov Yuri

Piney, in Russia, one of the commentators wrote to me that I proposed one hypothesis and tried to "pull the ears" of another. It is possible that he is right. I have no claim to the ultimate truth, I wanted to know the opinion of people who are able to think independently.
 

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22 minutes ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

Piney, in Russia, one of the commentators wrote to me that I proposed one hypothesis and tried to "pull the ears" of another. It is possible that he is right. I have no claim to the ultimate truth, I wanted to know the opinion of people who are able to think independently.
 

Well, I'm a Algonquian Indian with a background in Archaeology, agriculture and forestry management and I understand the practices and concepts. We developed agro-forestry techniques that still can't be reproduced by Rutgers and we did it without outside help. 

  People developed similar practices because it was the obvious way to go. It's called "common sense".

 

1 hour ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

A group of scientists led by archaeobotanist José Iriarte of the University of Exeter found that the inhabitants of pre-Columbian South America grew a local variety of rice. Since it was previously established that rice was introduced into the culture independently in Asia and in Africa, now it turns out that this plant was domesticated on three different continents.

  American wild "rice" is actually a variety of wheat and not related to the Asian or African one. It is grown completely different. The variety brought to the Ohio Valley and the Eastern Seaboard by the Meadowood Culture is the same variety you buy in a box of Uncle Ben's. It's pretty much unchanged except a bit larger.

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/Somebody/ just got themselves put on the "Very Bad Boy" list for impious blasphemy. No doubt the Rolled Newspaper of Justice will smite his person directly.

--Jaylemurph

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7 hours ago, Piney said:

Well, I'm a Algonquian Indian with a background in Archaeology, agriculture and forestry management and I understand the practices and concepts. We developed agro-forestry techniques that still can't be reproduced by Rutgers and we did it without outside help. 

  People developed similar practices because it was the obvious way to go. It's called "common sense".

 

  American wild "rice" is actually a variety of wheat and not related to the Asian or African one. It is grown completely different. The variety brought to the Ohio Valley and the Eastern Seaboard by the Meadowood Culture is the same variety you buy in a box of Uncle Ben's. It's pretty much unchanged except a bit larger.

Wikipedia:

Wild rice (Ojibwe: Manoomin; also called Canada rice, Indian rice or 'nIvAra' in Sanskrit, and water oats) are four species of grasses forming the genus Zizania, and the grain that can be harvested from them. The grain was historically gathered and eaten in North America, India and China. While now a delicacy in North America, the grain is eaten less in China,[1]:165 where the plant's stem is used as a vegetable.

Wild rice is not directly related to Asian rice (Oryza sativa), whose wild progenitors are O. rufipogon and O. nivara, although they are close cousins, sharing the tribe Oryzeae.[2] Wild-rice grains have a chewy outer sheath with a tender inner grain that has a slightly vegetal taste.[3]

The plants grow in shallow water in small lakes and slow-flowing streams; often, only the flowering head of wild rice rises above the water. The grain is eaten by dabbling ducks and other aquatic wildlife, as well as by humans.

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Lord Harry

Ever wonder why cranks focus exclusively on the Great Pyramid?

I tell you, you guys over at Crankdom really need to get some new material. This infatuation with the Great Pyramid is starting to get boring.

Perhaps the OP can be the Crank who puts his foot down and says enough is enough. Perhaps the Temple of Karnak hasn't received its fair share of crank attention?

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Dejarma
14 hours ago, Yurikov Yuri said:

to find them and identify them as artificial structures

what is an artificial structure? something not naturally forming?

i live in an artificial structure=& it's been identified =it's called a house.. 

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Noteverythingisaconspiracy

I must admit that I didn't read anything after the Bosnian "pyramid" and the "face" on Mars. :no:

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1 hour ago, Hammerclaw said:

Wikipedia:

Wild rice (Ojibwe: Manoomin; also called Canada rice, Indian rice or 'nIvAra' in Sanskrit, and water oats) are four species of grasses forming the genus Zizania, and the grain that can be harvested from them. The grain was historically gathered and eaten in North America, India and China. While now a delicacy in North America, the grain is eaten less in China,[1]:165 where the plant's stem is used as a vegetable.

Wild rice is not directly related to Asian rice (Oryza sativa), whose wild progenitors are O. rufipogon and O. nivara, although they are close cousins, sharing the tribe Oryzeae.[2] Wild-rice grains have a chewy outer sheath with a tender inner grain that has a slightly vegetal taste.[3]

The plants grow in shallow water in small lakes and slow-flowing streams; often, only the flowering head of wild rice rises above the water. The grain is eaten by dabbling ducks and other aquatic wildlife, as well as by humans.

Thought that you might find the following relatively recent Zizania genetic research to be of interest, particularly in regards to the date of divergence between the east Asian species (Z. latifolia) and the three North American species. Given Piney's location, he would be dealing with Z. aquatica.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1055790309004771

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It's consumption and maintenance is an integral part of Amerindian culture along the Great Lakes.            http://michiganradio.org/post/tribes-work-keep-wild-rice-harvest-going-great-lakes-region                                   

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2 hours ago, Hammerclaw said:

Wikipedia:

Wild rice (Ojibwe: Manoomin; also called Canada rice, Indian rice or 'nIvAra' in Sanskrit, and water oats) are four species of grasses forming the genus Zizania, and the grain that can be harvested from them. The grain was historically gathered and eaten in North America, India and China. While now a delicacy in North America, the grain is eaten less in China,[1]:165 where the plant's stem is used as a vegetable.

Wild rice is not directly related to Asian rice (Oryza sativa), whose wild progenitors are O. rufipogon and O. nivara, although they are close cousins, sharing the tribe Oryzeae.[2] Wild-rice grains have a chewy outer sheath with a tender inner grain that has a slightly vegetal taste.[3]

The plants grow in shallow water in small lakes and slow-flowing streams; often, only the flowering head of wild rice rises above the water. The grain is eaten by dabbling ducks and other aquatic wildlife, as well as by humans.

Yup, not directly related see the botany term "tribe".

 

31 minutes ago, Hammerclaw said:

It's consumption and maintenance is an integral part of Amerindian culture along the Great Lakes.            http://michiganradio.org/post/tribes-work-keep-wild-rice-harvest-going-great-lakes-region                                   

My Aunt Joe is out there beating on it during harvest....

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57 minutes ago, Noteverythingisaconspiracy said:

I must admit that I didn't read anything after the Bosnian "pyramid" and the "face" on Mars. :no:

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Why would you?

--Jaylemurph

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1 hour ago, Lord Harry said:

Ever wonder why cranks focus exclusively on the Great Pyramid?

I tell you, you guys over at Crankdom really need to get some new material. This infatuation with the Great Pyramid is starting to get boring.

Perhaps the OP can be the Crank who puts his foot down and says enough is enough. Perhaps the Temple of Karnak hasn't received its fair share of crank attention?

It's starting to get me mad. There hasn't been any Mound builder cranks for almost a decade... 

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