Eight fascinating minutes from Lloyd Pye’s friend Roger Cunningham, who has made quite a discovery about the “Star Map” chiseled into the stone above Gatenbrink’s door in the airshaft of the Great Pyramid. Pretty much nails it down that the Giza complex could not conceivably be as young as classic Egyptologists suggest. Well worth watching!!!
If we remember the Giza power plant theory…
these shafts were emanating hydrogen microwaves… can we have the locations these rays were pointing?
thats besides the point.
Regardless of what the shaft was, it was pointing to a section of the sky that could have only possibly been seen 9200 BCE!!!!!!!!!!!
How the pyramids were built…
There is actually a way in which the pyramdis COULD have been built using low tech.
- All the ancient South American civilizations were built where the trade winds across the Atlantic go to and the stone monuments like Stonehenge and such circles are where the northern trade ends across the Atlantic end.
- The SOuth American temple complexes alwasy seem ot have a one mile, straight as a dye wide road through their heart ending at a stepped temple.
- The South American temples and, at that time, at the end of the last Ice Age, in Egypt, they would all have been surrounded by vast reserves of hard wood forests.
- Ley lines across Europe line up across Europe giving the most direct routes by air to connect key temple places like Delphi, the Pyramids, Stonehenge and often also geographical features like passes through the Alps.
- Imagine you are an alien, zillions of miles from hmoe. Would you really wish to risk your one means home moving rock and go to al the expense of doing so>
- Why did the PREFER to use huge blocks of stone rather than small ones and prefer to built at the top of mountains instead of down in the valleys?
So, how were the pyramids built in 22 years?
Assuming that the main routes through the temple complexes allowed them to build hardwood framed Zepplins filled with hydrogen, using the stats on the Hindenburg for gross and net lift and assuming the removal of passenger areas, the maximum lift would be compliant with the maximum size of stones found in these structures. Further more, assuming a day to load and a day to unload, and, assuming that they would have been propelled by teams of horses on the ground, and assuming one zeppelin loading stones whilst the other unloaded, it would give a one week turn around for the journey and take the two Zeppelins 21,7 years to move all the stones into place, a caluclation that comes stuningly close to the actual reported figure of 22 years.
Additionally, if one is moving stones by Zeppelins, to ensure stability of load and swiftness of loading, it would have been most beneficial to use only the biggest possible stones AND to build at the tops of mountains as trips down into valleys would have been perilous for hydrogen filled zeppelins.
Addiitonally, there is quetion of how they could have obtained the hydrogen. There are two primary means…
1. by electrolysis – Is it not remarkable that all the stone circles are always found near horses, water and are magnetised? Could it be that the stone circles are actually ancient horse-drawn magnetos, that, by turning copper wire by hrses in the middle of the magnetised circles, an electric current could have been produced, capable of electorlysing sea or corrupted bog water? Indeed, the Romans and the Greeks even had the GOd of horses to be the same as the God of the Sea – Poseidon. Recent excavation at Stone henge has shown that the little central circle was orginally down by the river and connected by a mysterious stone gullyway to the main circle. Could this have been a cable duct to allow the small circle to be a pump or machining area to draw water from the river and to mend the Zeppelin after its dangerous wind-propelled journey across the Atlantic?
2. By chemical reaction – It isin teresting to note that chemical residue in the Queens Chamber of the Great Pyramid clearly indicates the production of hydrogen on a massive scale there.