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Great Pyramid and Water Locks!
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    thepump Guest

    Great Pyramid and Water Locks!

    Here is a link to a new video series describing
    how the Great Pyramid was built using water locks.


    Steven Myers

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    custlee Guest
    I think this is among the most vital information for me. And i am glad reading your article. But wanna remark on few general things, The website style is wonderful, the articles is really great
    Prophetic Evangelist

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    thepump Guest
    Thank you for the kind words! There is much info at our web site at www.thepump.org. Also there are two books about how the Great Pyramid was built using water locks and barges!

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    The author acknowledges the need to bring truth to readers over many rumors about how Baalbek was built. It is a new theory unknown to many archeologists and suspicious scientists.It is untrue that aliens existed and were involved in building the megalithic stone temple of Baalbek.

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    Oct 2014
    Thebes, Greece
    There is another version that the Great Egyptian pyramids are made of concrete.

    To obtain a primitive concrete enough to grind the rock into a fine powder, to remove moisture and then mixed with water. The easiest way to use soft rocks. For example, the limestone, the outputs of which are located right on the pyramids in Egypt. Here you can take just under your feet, under construction next to the pyramids. Next, to get the cement, it was necessary to thoroughly dry the rock to come out of the water. But in the hot and dry conditions of Egypt, where the rains fall sometimes every five years , a special drying was unnecessary. After grinding the Egyptian breed immediately got ready cement - that is dehydrated powder.
    If dry fine powder to fill in a box, built of boards, add water and mix thoroughly, then after drying, the powder particles are firmly attached to each other. When the solution finally dries, it hardens and turns into stone. That is, in the concrete.
    The idea of concrete Egyptian pyramids could be treated differently. For example, consider this another "theory" among others. Equally unfounded. And we would not have so much detail to write about it, if not for one circumstance. The fact that there is an undeniable proof that for example the pyramid of Cheops is really made of concrete.
    This proof - CHIP STONE BLOCK of the pyramid of CHEOPS, taken from a height of fifty yards, with the outer masonry of the pyramid. He is a chip top corner of the block. The maximum size of the chip is about 6.5 inches.

    As you can see from the pictures, the surface of the block is covered with a fine mesh. Careful consideration shows that it is a trace of the Mat, which was imposed on the inner surface of the box casing. It is well visible that the Mat is bent at right angles along the side of the block. And at a small distance from the edges of the block, at her ceiling was imposed another Mat. It is seen that along the edge of the second Mat is fringe. Fibers along the edge no, they fell out. As it usually happens on the raw edge of the woven cloths.
    The upper surface of the block, which broke this chip was UNEVEN, LUMPY. It can be clearly seen on the chip. Although part of the upper surface of the chip was cut for chemical analysis, but the rest were pristine, bumpy appearance. As it should be, if it is CONCRETE. Because the concrete solidification forms a bumpy surface. To avoid this, nowadays they use special vibrators, leveling harden the surface of the concrete. Egyptians XIV-XVII centuries vibrators, of course, was not. Therefore, the surface of the blocks was too rough. Moreover, it is the TOP, not on the formwork. SIDE surface is flat, but NET of the TRACES of the MAT. If it was a cut stone block, then its upper surface does not differ from the side.

    I do not deny that the famous Baalbek was built using this technology.
    Last edited by The people of Thebes; 10-20-2014 at 01:04 AM.

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