Answers Long Misunderstood

Building Pyramids

What made Egypt Great?

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> So let us allow the
> ancient Egyptian to speak for themselves : by
> looking at a few Papyri. But, first did you know
> that papyrus is from the Coptic Greek: pa, means
> mouth and iris, means eyes ? The mouth to the
> eyes.
>
> Life was good
>
>
> First these Egyptian story tellers (riddle
> masters) give the most important concept first, at
> the bottom right. That is a boat sitting on
> water. With a stair-step triangle of stone. Which
> has a dual interpretation the first that it deals
> with Osiris’ tomb. Which is connected to a
> revealing fact that both Osiris and Horus is
> that stood on the backs of crocodiles 1:
>
>
>
> Horus in the specific form of HeruPaKhered is
> depiction where young Horus is standing on the
> backs of a crocodiles, (also known as stone barges
> push boats with oars men both front and rear).
> Just like our first image of the boat in the first
> plate. HeruPaKhered is defined from ancient Coptic
> Greek as Heru”: the Coptic form of the Greek word:
> “HER” and is defined as “the tool of strengths.”
> This root word is used in the Greek man/god named
> Hercules; Pa, mouth and some times, brag of an
> awesome accomplishment ; Khered meant, earth or
> stone moving. This papyrus has crocodile barge
> concept with a stone barges with push boats with
> oars men both front and rear and a stack of
> rocks.
>
>
>
> Back to our story, The triangle stack stone is a
> cross section of a dam. (Don’t get a head of me
> that statement will become crystal clear in a few
> more images) As you must know dams are thicker at
> the base than at the top because of the water
> pressure is higher at the base. Those wavy dark
> lines below the HeruPaKhered is water, very
> important to understand that. Now the next image
> is very strange to most people to portray a
> column of water that the HeruPaKhered is rising
> on. Sorry look at the water in the next image:
> the water is goes up in a similar manor to the
> previous image with the barge, however, when it
> hits the top of our stair-step triangle of stone
> the water then curls over the top
>
>
> Then the water continues on to give prosperity to
> farmers and the nation giving great stature to
> Egypt among other countries leaders. This
> stair-step triangle is a common image in Egyptian
> Art, however, people like you Doc and Brian had no
> idea what “The Mouth to the Eyes” was trying
> to tell you. I am going to give you some more
> pretty pictures. But don’t stop at the pictures,
> the Pharaohs of the Old Kingdom want to “talk
> to your eyes ” too.
>
>
>
>
> Before Egypt was known by the Greek name Egypt,
> Aigu-ptis2 which is derived from Coptic Greek not
> from a Egyptian temple: aigialos3 a sea (as in
> Aegean), and ptoeo4 to cause to flee away,
> Egypt’s ancient Semitic name was Metz-ra-yim5
> the meaning of which is Metz6 the wall or fence,
> or to capture, Ra7 the power, and Yim8 the river
> or sea.
> I will let the first four Serekhs of Pharaohs of
> the old Kingdom from the Book Introductory Guide
> to the Egyptian Collections Published by the
> British Museum, page 246, Talk to your Eyes and
> explain the meaning.
> .
>
>
>
> Narmer was the first Pharaoh of the First Egyptian
> Dynasty. This pharaoh’s Serekh illustrates the
> narrows (Matsuwd9) near modern Cairo with the
> island Roda and the Nile passing on each side of
> the island in the middle of the between the two
> sets of parallel lines.
>
>
>
>
> Satellite Picture you can see that the Egyptian’s
> had rotated shape of the island it was their way
> of getting around using three point perspective.
> When you look a images you will almost always see
> the in profile. But the so called catfish it is an
> over head image. A stylized HeruPaKhered, with
> oars to look like whiskers two eyes symbolizing
> the two helmsmen and the tail of the fish as the
> loading ramps for stone.
>
>
> The second Pharaoh was Aha and his Serekh shows
> the narrows near Cairo Creating a Wall and Egypt
> became to be known as Matsuwr10 the Wall also
> known as Rahab11. The Horus hawk glyph is holding
> a mirrored Ankh and stone which implies that Aha
> was the stone quarrying for the Isis Dam.
>
> The Stone Riddle of Aten
> [wp.me]
> Quarrying 2.3 Million Stone Blocks
> [wp.me]
>
>
> The third Pharaoh was Djer seem to be doing the
> construction of the Wall or Matzuwr and installing
> the flood gates of the Isis Dam. Djet the fourth
> Pharaoh completed the Isis Dam project and
> officially divided the upper and lower states of
> Egypt a project that brought great prosperity to
> the land of Egypt. Lower Egypt symbolized by the
> Red Crown. The glyph of which is the a red crown
> with an ostrich feather a glyph symbolizing the
> dam and the water cascading over causing the mist
> to rise and a half circle with crosshatching
> symbolizing the masonry dam filling the narrows
> near the island of Roda. Upper Egypt is
> symbolized by the kite glyph interpreted to
> symbolize the speed of shipping on the Sea of Nun
> the Upper Egypt glyph also has the dam symbol
> below it. The main image is the wall the Matzuwr
> symbolized in three ways first the wall with water
> heaped up over the top second the stylized
> Matzuwr and thirdly the wall Serekh with a snake
> zig zaging to symbolize the water cascading over
> the stair-step dam, with Horus above
>
> .The Egyptians also called the Great Pyramid at
> ancient Heliopolis “Innu, the Pillar “or The
> Pillar of Enoch. The ancient Egyptians regarded
> this pillar to be the first portion of land to
> have forced itself free of the “Sea of NUN”
> that was behind the Isis Dam . Atum another name
> for the Pyramid spoke of itself:
>
> “When I was alone in the waters, in a state of
> inertness, before I was found anywhere to stand or
> sit, before, Heliopolis had been founded that I
> might be therein”
>
> Again speaking of Atum in the Utterance 600 of the
> Pyramid Text;
>
> ” When you came into being you rose as a High
> Hill You shone as the Benben Stone in the Temple
> of the Phoenix”
>
> Water in the Desert, Ramps verses Crocodiles
> [wp.me]
> The Legacy of Isis, Metzrayim
> [wp.me]
> Resurrection of Osiris
> [wp.me]
>
>
> Funny thing is the Geological records of the Nile
> River valley show that sudden river rise at a
> time of World Wide Drought. ”
>


Building the Great Pyramids

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Author Howard West provides an impressive amount of evidence that goes beyond today’s simple understanding of Mythology of ancient Egypt
Offering a whirlwind trip into the past to reveal science with in Myths of Great Pyramid of Giza. Modern rationalist believe in using Occam ‘s Razor: “the shaving of a narrative into its simplest terms.”Nevertheless, Howard West’s,Locked Gates, The Riddle Lords Secrets:proves that the stories of the Riddle Lords of the Ancient Egypt and Egypt pyramids were intentionally encrypted to give two concepts; one in simple terms for their enemies and the common folk, the other locked away; treasure hidden for their heirs. Therefore, the Riddle Lords of ancient Egypt and Egypt pyramids stories today are thought to be, easily understood narratives to entertain the childlike.

The Riddle Lords of ancient Egypt have always baffled the Haughty: However, the haughty hold themselves to be the Gatekeepers of Wisdom. These gatekeepers, therefore, have relegated those stories of the Riddle Lords of ancient Egypt and Egypt pyramids to the status of fairy tales: stories such as of Osiris, Isis, and Horus. The same was true about Homer’s works, and his great poems that described a civilization of chariots, fleets of ships, warriors, and palaces, which once flourished on the Greek mainland. For years the Haughty of the Scholarly World had discounted Homer’s story of the expedition to Troy; all these stories have thought to have been colossal and compelling pieces of fictions, on the same lines as today’s writers of fiction as Dean Koontz, Dan Brown, and Ann Rice.

Even so, the Wise knew perfectly well that those story form riddles, myths and legends of ancient Egypt contained deeper meanings. Aristotle (in his Metaphysics, x. 8) admits, with regard to those story form riddles hidden with in mythology, that “much Wisdom had been lost”, and much “added after the mythical style,” while some knowledge, “may have been preserved to our times as the remains of ancient wisdom.” Polybius a Greek historian of the Mediterranean, and world famous for his book called. “The Histories”; in which he covered in detail the period of 220-146 BC; he also confesses, changes in those riddles hidden with in myths and legends were recognized as a “necessary means to (the Gatekeepers) political ends.” Michael Neander (1529-1581) a German astronomer says that the connections between the constellations of the night sky and the ancient legends and riddles were “the fragments of a tradition, which transmitted the knowledge of divine things possessed in the earliest times.” The Myths of ancient Egypt and of Great Pyramid of Giza have now become reality as complex as Minotaur’s Labyrinth. These discoveries present the students of history with a maze of literary and archeological connections that as of yet has no path that satisfies everyone. Think of this book as a ball of thread similar to the ball thread that Ariadne gave Theseus, a ball thread that lead Theseus out of the darkness of Minotaur’s Labyrinth.

The videos below use a computer generated voice because she does a better job with the materials than Howard West. Therefore, if that is your only complaint? A hard cover of this material is available: that way you can hear the information read to you in a voice that is more to your liking.


O Height which is not Sharpened

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Just as with Theseus in the Labyrinth we have been given a ball of thread to follow to unravel the mystery of how a Bronze Age society was able to erect two Great Pyramids more than four hundred and forty-seven feet high. Herodotus said:

The Pyramid was twenty years in the building and the Machines to lift the stone were made of wood.1

(Not of reeds)

Twenty years to stack 2.3 million blocks, which had an average weight five thousand pounds average thickness four feet, stacked to a height of more than four hundred and fifty feet, The Machines to stack the stones were “Made of Wood?” Machines are translated from the Greek word Machana, Which can mean:

 Wooden, Stone Barges

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However, if you go to any common Greek Lexicon, it will say that “machana” is defined as a machine. But surprisingly, if you look at similarly spelled words you will find they are defined as ship captains and seamen. Furthermore, if boats are not machines; what are they? crocodiles? Strangely, yes, those machanas were sometimes shown as crocodiles in Egyptian sculptures. Both Osiris and his son’s feet were on crocodile. Horus2: in the specific form of Heru-sa-Aset, or Heru-pa-Khered is depiction where young Horus is standing on the back of a crocodile, (also known as stone barges). Heru-pa-Khered is defined from ancient Coptic Greek as Heru”: the Coptic form of the Greek word: “HER” and is defined as “the tool of strengths.” This root word is used in the Greek man/god named Hercules; Pa, the narrows (of the Nile); Khered meant, earth or stone moving.

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The vast majority of the stone blocks were transported by boat (Machana) envisaged as crocodiles, and not on rollers over land, though they were on rollers as they traveled in the boat. These barges when transporting numerous stone blocks would look like crocodiles on the river when looked on from the lip of the valley.

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There is a bas-relief sculptor at Deir el Bahri that shows the Queen/Pharaoh Hatsheput to Punt3. At that temple there are also stone carvings that shows several vessels: seventy feet long by seventeen feet wide and five feet deep with fifteen oars per side (with a total of thirty to sixty oarsmen for propulsion and two more for steering.4) During that same time period large barges were also built for transporting stone blocks down the Nile River.5 Stone carvings show one such vessel with two Obelisks end to end, but the vessel must have been two hundred feet long. Herodotus wrote of the Great shipping fleet on the Nile. At Al-Lisht site, Sesostris I, had large wooden boats in or near his burial enclosure.6

 

The Great Pyramid has four boat pits around its base: because they were so important to that structure. We also know that the granite blocks were floated down from the Aswan area along the Nile. The one found next to the Great Pyramid, and is now in the Boat Museum nearby, is 43 meters long.7 The machana was found dismantled in a pit sealed with huge limestone blocks, the pit is too small for the assembled boat, and therefore, the boat seems to have been purposely dismantled. This indicates that the pyramids were once surrounded by water, and that water was use by those stone barges in the construction of the Great Pyramids

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Isis the Queen of Navigation8 and (machana) barges are the keys to stacking the stones of the great Pyramids four hundred and fifty feet off the valley floor. However, this construction technique was never lost. Even today in the 21st century of the Christian era. Heavy construction materials are delivered to the tops of dams by large river barges, just as it was with the construction of the Isis Dam, a Dam that changed Egypt from a desert to a World Power. And as the Isis dam rose; the river also roses behind that dam, and so did the barges that delivered the construction materials.

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However, the Isis dam gave added benefits to the Pyramid builders because as the dam grew higher the stone masons working on the Pyramid had stone delivered to their construction site because of the Queen of Navigation the Isis Dam allowed for navigation on the River Nile year round. So as the Isis dam grew higher the Great Pyramids grew at same rate as the dam grew, stone blocks supplied by those same wooden machines called river barges or machana, as the water covered the stone blocks of the Pyramid. The water would also cocoon the outside of the Osiris’ Pyramid with green algae and black slime, To be weathered away after the Great Pyramid rose out of the water of the receding lake in 2141 years before the Christian Era began. Even so, because this is an uncommon interpretation of the Osiris story, there must be over whelming evidence to validate this interpretation. Consequently, we are about to go where non-tenured professors fear to tread, to uncover that indisputable evidence. 9

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The common traditions, that have been passed down for centuries tell 21st century man that the Egyptian stone masons built the Great Pyramids. Nevertheless, there is evidence that those same stone masons built a large stone masonry dam across the river Nile almost thirteen thousand years ago, evidence that has been put up on a shelf, because the evidence does not fit the Common Traditions surrounding the Great Pyramid theories. Consequently, the time has come to take that evidence off the shelf and dust it off, and answer the riddle to how the Pyramids were really constructed. Dams were more common that what most Archeologists10 are lead to believe and this because of traditions that have been handed down and have precluded out of The Box thought, because the teachers hand down their understanding to their students and as teachers are expected to be believed. In fact the Weekly Ahram story of the worlds the second oldest dam dating back about 4,000 years ago has been hidden away from most archeologists. Even so, the dam concept was very common, though it has been misunderstood for centuries. Many times misunderstanding the symbols used to portray them confuses many experts.

When the Caliph Al Mamaun in the year 840 of the Christian era broke into the Pyramid;11 he did not find, jewels, gold or even mummies, to be crushed and be sold for medicine. What he did find was bat droppings, lots of remnants of tiny water creatures, and ton and tons of dirt. The Caliph and his minions took months digging the dirt from the Great Pyramid. Dirt, that was in almost every tunnel and passageway. The dirt had seeped in through centuries of sitting in that lake (the Sea of Nun). Take a close look at the Sphinx and notice how bad it has been water eroded. The evidence is in plain sight. You will also notice that the river narrows near Cairo, has eroded islands like Roda, and evidence of a burst river dam. Which happened in the year 2141 before the Christian era began.

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Sir Flides Petrie (1853-1943 of the Christian era.) Professor of Egyptology 1892-1933 and later to become professor emeritus from 1933-1942 of the world famous London University and the “Father of Modern Archeological Methods” made extensive measurements of the Great Pyramid, especially in the Queens Chamber where he had to spend much time cleaning away salt deposits that were caked on the wall of that chamber so he could make accurate measurements. The salt that was left behind after the brackish water from the lake left inside had evaporated. However, the Queen’s chamber was hundreds of feet above the valley floor, evidence that the Pyramid had once been under water.12

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Modern carbon dating of “Silt sediments rising to fourteen feet around the base of the pyramid contain many seashells and fossils that have been radiocarbon-dated to be nearly twelve thousand years old. These sediments could have been deposited in such great quantities only by major sea flooding. This evidence alone suggests that the three main Giza pyramids are at least twelve thousand years old.13

The engineers who believe “The Four Ramp Theory” tell the Common Man the materials needed to build a four ramp system would have taken thirty two-million cubic yards of materials to construct. It only took a little over twenty nine-million cubic yards of materials to build the Trinity dam across the Trinity River in California the Trinity River dam is five hundred thirty seven feet high. That is eighty-seven feet taller that the Great Pyramid. The Trinity dam is not all concrete but that dam is Earth filled.

In a Masoretic text of Job there is a passage that is linked to the star Polaris that indicates that this book is more than 13,000 years old:14 to the time of the building of the Pyramids there are other verses that give additional verification of how the Great pyramids were constructed.15

9. He shoots16 forth his power17 against18 the rock, he over turns the mountains from their foundation.

Therefore, he used the stones from the top of his quarry for the bottom of his new mountain his Pyramid.

10 He cuts the stone because19 of the river perceiving the future20 and the good that will come.

11. He dams the river that it may not overflow:

This passage speaks of the benefits of the dam. The dam was the device controlled that annual flooding and drought cycle of the Nile. Flooding and drought made the Nile delta farm land unusable for most of the prime growing seasons; until the Isis Dam was constructed.

And the thing that is hid21

Under the irrigation water of the rising lake

He might bring forth “Light”

Understanding of the hidden mysteries of the Pyramid

11 But where is wisdom to be found?

12 No man knows the treasures thereof: And where is the place of understanding.

This Image is of the Isis Dam site showing the Cairo narrows, the island Roda, and the High hills coming down to the River Nile where the Isis dam was up until 2141 years before the Christian era began.

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The next Image is a satellite picture of that area. The dark purple is a geological outcropping high above the valley floor that restricts the flow of the river Nile at that location near Cairo. Notices the island Roda in the river at that location? 22

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This is one of three images that are are Serekhs of the next three Pharaohs from the Book Introductory Guide to the Egyptian Collections Published by the British Museum page 23. Narmer was the first Pharaoh of the First Egyptian Dynasty. This pharaoh’s Serekh illustrates the narrows (Matsuwd24) near modern Cairo with the island Roda and the Nile passing on each side of the island in the middle of the between the two sets of parallel lines.The next three show the building of the Isis Dam.

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1 Edwards I. E. S, “The Pyramid” ” Colliers,, Vol. 19, P.543

2Hawthorn, J. The Masterpieces and History of Literature V1, P22 E.R. Du Mont, New York 1903

3http://cma.soton.ac.uk/Histship/shlect90.htm Casson, Ships, and Seaman in the ancient world , Princeton Press, Princeton, 1973 CMA.

4Hodges, P., and Keable J. How the Pyramid Was Built, :Element Books, Shaftesbury, 1989 V8, 8 p.652-676

5http://www.catchpenny.org/movebig.html

6Ibid

7Ibid

8Rice, S., Pandora, Alford A. Knopf, New York, 1998, p.62

9http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_image.aspx?image=ps345010.jpg&retpage=15523

10 http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2004/708/he1.htm

11Davison, D Op. Cite.

12Petrie, Our Inheritance, 3rd, Historical Studies II Ancient Egypt, England 1917

13Gray Martin, sacred sites. Com

14http://www.mechon-mamre.org/i/t/x/x2738.htm #32

15http://www.mechon-mamre.org/i/t/x/x2728.htm #9

16Strongs James, Op. Cite,, Hebrew, no 79711

17Ibid, no. 3028

18Ibid, no.5921

19Ibid, no.4481

20Ibid, no.7200

21Ibid, no.8587, 8585

22http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF8&t=k&om=0&ll=29.994192,31.221771&spn=0.088608,0.139732&z=12

23Introductory Guide to the Egyptian Collections, Published by the British Museum 1976

24Strongs James, Op. Cite,,H,4689


Locked Gates, The Riddle Lord’s Secrets, Introduction and Table of Contents, Links

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Copyright 2011 Howard West,

From Hard Cover Edition

All rights reserved.

A Riddle Lord said: unto them, unto you it is given to know the mysteries(:

but unto them that are without, all these things are done in riddles:

That seeing they may see, and not perceive;

and hearing they may hear, and not understand):

Introduction

The Riddle Lords have always baffled the Haughty: However, the haughty hold themselves to be the Gatekeepers of Wisdom. These gatekeepers, therefore, have relegated those stories of the Riddle Lords to the status of fairy tales: stories such as of Hercules, Osiris, Isis, and Horus. The same was true about Homer’s works, and his great poems that described a civilization of chariots, fleets of ships, warriors, and palaces, which once flourished on the Greek mainland. For years the Haughty of the Scholarly World had discounted Homer’s story of the expedition to Troy; all these stories have thought to have been colossal and compelling pieces of fictions, on the same lines as today’s writers of fiction as Dean Koontz, Dan Brown, and Ann Rice.

Even so, the Wise knew perfectly well that those story form riddles, myths and legends contained deeper meanings. Aristotle (in his Metaphysics, x. 8) admits, with regard to those story form riddles hidden with in Greek mythology, that “much Wisdom had been lost”, and much “added after the mythical style,while some knowledge, “may have been preserved to our times as the remains of ancient wisdom.” Polybius a Greek historian of the Mediterranean, and world famous for his book called. “The Histories”; in which he covered in detail the period of 220-146 BC; he also confesses, changes in those riddles hidden with in myths and legends were recognized as a necessary means to (the Gatekeepers) political ends.” Michael Neander (1529-1581) a German astronomer says that the connections between the constellations of the night sky and the ancient legends and riddles were “the fragments of a tradition, which transmitted the knowledge of divine things possessed in the earliest times.”

Therefore, people like Heinrich Schliemann have burning within them a faith in the historical veracity of Homer and other Riddle Lords and have unearthed impressive evidence of the truth found in those ancient stories. Entire previously unknown civilization of vast material accomplishments and artistic achievement of a world is now revealed, Myths have now become reality as complex as Minotaur’s Labyrinth. These discoveries present the students of history with a maze of literary and archeological connections that as of yet has no path that satisfies everyone. Think of this book as a ball of thread similar to the ball thread that Ariadne gave Theseus, a ball thread that lead Theseus out of the darkness of Minotaur’s Labyrinth.

part one

Mythology 
Archimedes’ Mentor
Medusa and Hydra Unraveled

Part Two

 Mirror Mirror
The Wings of Pegasus
The Golden Shields of Solomon and NASA
Princess Entiu-ny
Arithmomancy the Past and Future Told by Numbers and Light
The Stone Riddle of Aten
Quarrying
The Winds of Egypt

Egypt’s Daytime North Star

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Ramps verses Crocodiles
The Legacy of Isis, Metzrayim
O Height which is not Sharpened
Star and Geological References to the Sea of Egypt
Resurrection of Osiris
Earth Changes c
A Star in a Crescent Moon
God’s Bow in the Sky
What the Moon Rocks tell us

 

part four

The Pyramid Cross Referenced to The Stars
Return of the Caliph
The Final Flood Of Egypt


Quarrying 2.3 Million Stone Blocks

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A Greek by the name of Herodotus lived back four hundred and ninety years before the Christian era began and is considered by The Scholarly World to be “The Father of History.” In one of his many books that he wrote called HISTORY BOOK II page 124. Herodotus gives an account of the building of the pyramid that was related to him by some local Egyptian Priest.1

That is Twenty Years to cut and stack 2.3 million blocks2, (average weight five thousand pounds average thickness four feet), to stack to a height of almost four hundred and fifty feet: twelve hours per day, seven days a week. That is twenty-six blocks per hour, (with copper and wooden tools?) now double that amazing feat because there was the Second (red) Pyramid next to the Great pyramid that was only two and one-half feet shorter and was built at the same time as the Great Pyramid. Even so, those structures construction was far easier than what you have been expected to believe. The Egyptian used simple engineering techniques to do their amazing feats. Techniques that are surprisingly still used today, concepts that have never been lost; nonetheless, those techniques have never been applied to the building of the Pyramids, by the Discovery or, History Channel, and certainly not by Wikipedia.

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To interpret the riddle of the construction techniques, you must understand the basic laws of physical science, which includes the tools’ of Archimedes. However, these techniques were Egyptian “TOP SECRETS” so they were locked in a safe place hidden from their “Enemies” and from the “Common Folk” in Riddles. Making sure that the ignorant saw only what the Egyptians wanted them to see Fairy Tales. The process of quarrying the stone for the Pyramids has been as BIG a mystery as the Pyramid itself. How could a Copper Age society use its copper tools to cut and finish rocks some of which were harder that the copper tools themselves? This baffled the Scholarly World for hundreds of years and was “hard to explain” (a crux, riddle). The answer should have been in plain sight. And it was “with a handle” (ansala), because, the Egyptians used cruxansalas and sunshine to quarry the stone.

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To understand this riddle, we will need to go back to my Great-Grand-Parent’s time. Many of those folks were poor. There were times that they needed just one more drinking glass. As it happens, my folks had no money to buy an extra drinking glass and sitting down to supper with an old beer bottle when the visiting pastor came by was a little tacky. So what is a poor woman to do? Have Grandpa make a glass. Forget your visions of a blast furnace and a pipe with a glob of glass on the end. No. What the Old Man did was, take that beer bottle and put a kerosene-soaked sting around the bottle and then tie the kerosene string tight. He would then light the string on fire all the way around. Then he would stand the bottle up straight then in a few seconds he would hear a PING. Then Grandpa would blow out the string. The bottle now separated in two pieces. The top makes a handy dandy new funnel and the bottom is Grandma’s new drinking glass. Now why did that happen? The heat from the flames heated the top and the neck of the beer bottle. Below the flame stayed cool when the differential in temperature was high enough between the top (from the flame and above) and the cool bottom (below the flame) a fracture would start and run around at the point of the temperature differential separating the glass bottle into two pieces.

Now let us go back to my child hood and when I was in the Cub Scouts, and one of those many Christmas presents that children would make. Some of those projects would have pretty colored clear glass marbles that looked nice just by themselves. Nevertheless, my Den Mother said, “West, it is your job to add some value to those marbles.” The scout leader heated these round pieces of glass in the oven as hot as that oven would go. Then the leader pulled the clear colored marbles out, and each child drops his marbles carefully into a glass of water SNAP, CRACKLE, and sometimes POP. Now those marbles have pretty hair line fractures and are very fragile if you drop one of those fractured marbles it would break into a thousand pieces, all mine did!

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Those two little experiments are the foundation for cutting the stone for the Great Pyramids, surfacing the site and tunneling the passage for the Bottomless Pit. Because, there is sufficient evidence that Ancient man used heat or fire and water to break stone in his mining operations of the past.3 Even so, there was a lack of precision, (though the process was a lot easier than mushrooming your copper tools) in fact that is how the Caliph Al Mamaun broke through the stones of the Great Pyramid to gain access to the interior.

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The Caliph Al Mamaun broke into that structure by placing wood and brush against the stones of the Great Pyramid then setting the wood on fire. The fires heated the stone just like my Den Mother’s oven heated the marbles. Next at the right time the Caliph’s minions threw water and vinegar against the stone fracturing the stone into pieces that were easy to dislodge, (the vinegar help fizz the limestone pieces loose). The Caliph was the first man in centuries to enter The Great Pyramid of Gizeh back in the year 840 of the Christian era.4 The problem was that the Caliph and his minions chipped a hole into the side of the Pyramid at the wrong place. He was 286.1 inches off from the easy Sinister (left) entrance below.5 Instead, The Caliph broke through at the spot he chose, leaving a large hole in the wrong place. This system of breaking rock with fire and water is fine for a slow mining operation. However, wood has never been that abundant in Egypt and when you have millions of precision stones to cut the process would be impossible to do in the allotted time of twenty years.

The Egyptians used Mercury and Golden Mirrors to do their Magic. However we must first go back to Syracuse, Sicily to the year 209 before the Christian era and look at one of the many innovations of our old friend Archimedes. King Hiero had Problems; ships of the Roman Navy, which were full of troops, were on their way to besiege his kingdom.6 So king Heiro called for his most trusted scientist, Archimedes.

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When asked for his advice our little old friend probably said, Don’t worry our harbor faces south, and when I was in Alexandra Egypt I learned of Aten and his Magic Mirrors. Those mirrors were used to create the heat of the sun (a heilostat). We can just make a bunch of those round, mirrored, and burn the Roman Armies eye balls out.”

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And those mirrors did just that. Now let us apply that knowledge to our riddle of the stone quarry.

The process goes all the way back to Enoch Chapter 8 and the Watcher Azazyel.7

Who taught men… the fabrication of mirrors… and the uses of stone of every valuable and select kind.8

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However, if the Egyptians use sunshine and mercury mirrors to quarry those stones: where is the Historical evidence? All over Egypt on its temple walls, its papyrus’s, its jewelry and especially Karnakh: Sadly, the process has been misinterpreted for centuries. Let us go back to the Hittite Sun disk; that is the basic design: a mirror in the center of two wings for precision targeting and a tail to sit on the ground to allow vertical alignment. In its simplest form, elongate the tail; move the wings down and the mirror up and what have you got? The Ankh also known as the cruxansalas, the riddle with a handle, Amenophis IV also known as Akhenaten showed Aten as a solar orb, a sun-globe with rays which end in tiny human hands holding an Ankh, this tool was the genesis for Archimedes’ mirror defense of Syracuse.

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To the Ancient Egyptians the Ankh was a symbol and a tool of power.9 The loop of the cruxansalas is where the mirror went. A funny thing about mirrors they can seem transparent at times giving the illusion that you can see right through them. Therefore, the Egyptians left out the mirrors in many ceremonial Ankhs to give that effect.

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However, there are also many pictures of Ankh with golden mirrors in the loop and as you know gold is the best reflector of sunshine. You also know that you can redirect the light and heat from the sun to another location with a mirror. Now if you take a second mirror and redirect its reflection of the sun to the same point you double that heat and light. If you keep doing that with more mirrors you can produce some real heat you can use the power of the sun that is easy to harness with a few magic mirrors. A form of energy that is fresh and clean with no cost of production, a power to the common folk as magical as Alchemy. In fact Barstow, California has a solar furnace system that can produce ten megawatts of electric power out of thin air using one thousand nine-hundred mirrors. The system uses Steam electric turbines’ not solar electric cells to produce the power.

Now that we have the Ankh with a mirror on the top and a central shaft to rest on the ground, This shaft also stabilizes its movements for long periods, which allows that mirror to be tilted to catch the sun and its vertical movement. The cross handles or wings of the cruxansalas allow for horizontal precision targeting over shorter distances. Now put a few thousand men of your 100,000 men10 to targeting a mirrored Ankh, now you have some real heat. To reduce the area needed for all those men and give a higher concentration of light: make some of the Ankhs taller and some shorter, and have the men stair-step them: and this enables you to concentrate the heat on a smaller target when needed. An example would be the tunneling of the Bottomless Pit, because this process is lot cleaner that a brush fire.

Yes, the Ankh was thought to be a symbol of great power and the cruxansalas of Aten were, nevertheless, what will people think of our “computer and mouse” of today in 10,000 years?

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The limestone of Egypt was important in the quarrying process, because of its sedimentary origins; Limestone is a stratified rock, with individual layers ranging from the thickness from laminate to beds measuring several feet from top to bottom.1 Granite in the Aswan area of Egypt occurs in dikes and sheets which magma has injected between layers of older rock: A type of magma emplacement known as lit by lit (bed-by-bed) injection, forming two flat surfaces, tops and bottoms2, and, many times forming large square crystals.

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The most common stone in the Great Pyramid is limestone, though Granite is cut in a similar manner, when the large crystals had not been pre-shaped by GOD were used. The limestone is stratified rock from thin layers to several feet thick. These layers have a consistent thickness for hundreds of feet to miles and are as flat as a calm mountain pond at dawn. That gives the quarry men two perfectly flat working surfaces to work with that need no detail work to be used in the pyramid.

However, to accomplish this quarrying of stone, we must first call in the string pullers or the chalk linemen to lay out the stone: and then the spaldings would chisel the line that the string pullers had laid out, the line would go between two natural fault lines in the stone. As the spaldings worked, the quarry men would remove the under burden back parallel to the line that the spaldings had chiseled out on the top of the stone. The nice thing about fresh limestone rather than cured limestone is that it is softer: the longer that it is out of the ground the harder the limestone gets (to a point)3. The quarry men used a similar process as the Caliph did, but Egyptians used the Ankh, solar furnaces system of Aten of Karnack as the heat source to superheat the stone.

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They would then throw the water and vinegar against the stone: no need to play in wet ashes, like the Caliph’s minions did. After the fractured rock had cooled, a copper headed battering ram that was suspended by an A-frame was used to break loose the fractured rock. Nevertheless, as soon as possible, wooden supports would quickly be installed to stabilize the upper layer of rock. The different strata of rock would buffer the heat and allow for a smooth transition between layers of rock. The scrap rock was important too, but more on that later in this book.

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When the under burden was removed to the point of the chiseled groove, the whole section of rock that was cantilevered would be blackened with charcoal and behind the line the stone was covered with wet sand. The blackened stone was then heated with the sun and the hundreds of Ankhs mirrors. Under the stone a thick layer of sand was placed for the stone to land and a fire to help heat the stone from the bottom. Moreover, at just at the right time, the supports were pulled, and wedges were driven down at various places. Because of the weight of the stone and the heat differential of the rock, the long slab would snap. Crackle. BOOM!

On the bed of sand, if the slab was at least the second cut, now lies a long slab of stone with two smooth perfect and flat sides. The other two sides will lock into the slabs that had been cut just before and just after as if they were one: because they were one once, and every piece fitted together like a jigsaw puzzle: because they are all the same thickness, each layer stays flat without deviation. Now that, the long slab of rock weighing hundreds of tons is lying on a thick bed of sand and rubble.

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What next? Lay out the cuts to offset the last row of blocs that had been cut. Next, undermine the slabs at the point the stone has been scored and place a fulcrum, and then remove the sand to the fulcrum. The Quarry-men placed log rollers under as they remove the sand. And by, positioning a support under the black end block, the quarry-men then would put wet sand on top of the rest. By this means heating of the stones with the Ankh, solar furnace system and a fire below the stone; when they pulled supports at the right time, wedges were driven down at various places and snap, crackle, BOOM. You now have a block ready for the pyramid. The next block will fit together as if they were one because they were one once. Then the stone was sent down the hill on the log rollers to the river. Yes the quarrying was done with soft metal tools more quickly than with modern high tech equipment .

1 Landes K.K, “Limestone” ” Op. Cite, Colliers Vol. 14, P.650

2 Landes K. K, “Granite” ” Colliers ,Op. Cite, Vol. 11, P. 31

3 Landes, ”Limestone”, Op Cite Colliers


The Winds of Egypt

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The surrounding deserts of Egypt contain numerous examples of wind and sand eroded stone. Even the Sphinx has not escaped the sculpturing effect of the wind and sand. Mankind has harnessed the effect of fast-moving sand bouncing against rock to cut memorials in stone of dates, people, and event  This fast moving sand can precisely remove stone far more quickly than the finest metallic hammers and chisels ever made. The device that can do this magic is now call, a sandblaster. A device that can take the barnacles off of Super Tankers or create replicas of the enigmatic Crystal Sculls, replicas that can be created in a matter of hours; compared to what the Scholarly World tells the Common Folk took decades for those ancients to create.

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Amazingly, images from more than 2,000 years ago show sand blasting machines being immortalized on the walls at the temple  of Hathor of Dendere, Egypt.

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Egyptian imagery starts at the bottom right and moves to the left. The first image on this wall, therefore, is Thoth in the form of a long-tailed baboon. Tradition tells us that; “Thoth gave the Ancient Egyptians their scientific methods.” This image has the baboon, Thoth holding a single scribe reed stylized to look like a feather, which is symbolic of Revealed Knowledge. Thoth is holding the reed in both hands as if he were grasping an old fashion Butter Churn Dasher. This single scribe reed is pointing down toward a figure with its arms up raised toward the heavens. Those arms are stylized handles, so two men can operate the dasher at the same time. Below this figure with up lifted arms is a cylinder somewhat similar to the base of a butter churn. If the disk attached to the dasher of a butter churn is too tight in the cylinder of the device and the dasher is depressed, the container will pressurize. Surprisingly, this depiction has a hose attached to its base showing that this device indeed was made to produce pressure.

Surprisingly, with a few unseen additions of leather valves this depiction from Dendere, Egypt became the prototype of the modern bicycle pump sold around the world. This air pump Glyph has air lines running out and attaching to cones that are on support stands and the cones are being directed by two giant men. On the side of these cones are snakes that are extended to their full length, however, the head and necks of those reptiles are bent back as if recoiling after they had hit a wall. This symbolism depicts that of air and sand as they moved toward and hits the target then ricocheting off.

These Egyptian sand blasting machines utilized multiple Man-Powered pumps to insure that a constant supply of air would be available. This sand blasting system allowed the energy produced by dozens of men to be focused through one small point the nozzle of the sandblaster.

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The Dendera sand blasting machines were hungry gods and required that offerings are given before these gods would do their magic. The offerings these gods required were sand and air. Alongside the baboon and the air pump glyph is an image of two men on their knees in the act of pushing down on an air pump to produce air for the Giants to use in their sand blasting gods. To their left is a single man also on his knees offering a container of sand.

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The two giants operating the sand blasting machines were much larger than the men offering air and sand because these giants symbolized the massive amount of work they were able to do when compared to the work accomplished by men using hammers and copper chisels. The cone shaped hoppers and the pillar supports allowed large amounts of sand to be available for the machines air venturi jets used in the machines. The venturi jet pump used in this machine is the simplest vacuum and pump output system ever developed. All that is needed is a constant supply of air that is expelled through the small internal discharge nozzle that is placed inside a larger pipe with two open ends as the air jets through and escapes out the discharge nozzle it pushes the air in the large pipe out creating a vacuum at the other end of the larger pipe that vacuum, sucks the sand into the pipe and is in turn blasted out the nozzle of the discharge pipe. The speed of the abrasive sand scratches the stone being worked on removing the stone without leaving any metallic tool marks that would have been left by a hammer and chisel

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The Egyptian riddle of the Giants of Dendera has held the secret of how an ancient copper age society could finish and sculpture stone harder than the copper tools themselves without high tech equipment, iron tools or magic incantations.

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Egypt’s Daytime North Star

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The so-called experts try to make the process of finding true north difficult. It is no big deal, the process is simple. The first thing that the surveyor would need to do is build a sundial. It is not that hard. Just put a long stick (Gnomon) in the ground or a tall stone obelisk, (which is called The Chief Corner Stone1)and that obelisk, would be the best tool to use. To make sure that obelisk is plumb the surveyor used a plumb bob and its string. Gravity and the weight of the plumb is what will hold the string straight and the deviation of the distance from the string to the obelisk can be adjusted to make the obelisk plumb. Then for the next few days he would mark the length of the shadow, and when the surveyor found the shortest shadow several days in a row. That is the point the Sun is straight south from the end of the shadow of The Chief Corner Stone, which explains why Obelisks2 have a pointed top (pyramidion). Therefore, he now had a perfect north-south line between the obelisk and the tip of its shadow. Our surveyor probably did this measurement in mid-to late December3 which would be the best time because his “shortest line” would be longest. The surveyor then placed a second taller obelisk on the north side to line up with the first at noon (time sun). Our surveyor now had an “accurate” north-south line to due north not magnetic north.

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Our surveyor then sent a Horpakrate, the Little Sun4 (a mirror) to the north Horizon so that the operators can target his obelisk with their mirrors reflected light. Then the surveyor walk back until he could see only The Chief Cornerstone tip and just the tip of the second obelisk just above the chief Corner stone’s pyramidion. The surveyor would then signaled the Horpakrate, the Little Sun until the reflection is setting on the top of his obelisk’s pointed top (pyramidion)5 that Horpakrate, the Little Sun is north and the farther away the more accurate. At 10 miles that artificial pole star is more accurate than a laser. The Horpakrate, the Little Sun would become an artificial Day time North Star that was an accurate point to north to the left or right for some distance on any given east-west line: but again the farther away the better. The mirror, Horpakrate could be moved as the building progressed the same distance from the starting point on an east/west line giving unheard of accuracy.

Dioptra

The line of light’s foundation

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Our surveyor then would take a stone that was true and square and placed on top of it on its expected north south line: what is called an Egyptian Stone Sundial6 an ancient transit gun site. The word for this tool in Arabic for this device is al-idhâdah, “ruler”, where it signifies the same thing, in Greek and Latin, it is respectively called dioptra, the line of light’s foundation”, and linea fiduciae, “fiducial line” also known as the trusted line. Our surveyor would affix the dioptra’s long straight base that will sit on the surveyor block. Now if the surveyor could just see the Horpakrate or artificial Daytime North Star as he sited down the tool: good. If he was off, the mirror’s reflection will on one side or the other of the far end of the tool. The surveyor would adjust the stone and his dioptra so he could just see the reflection setting on the top of his near and far end of his transit: the surveyor block was then dead on north. From that point on just set the next block, the surveyor would just site down the Egyptian dioptra, transit from the last aligned block’s corner “marker point”, and the next block’s north base line until he could see the mirror’s refection on top of both points and then his line was dead-on north. Two small plumb bobs on strings were attached to the ends of the dioptra which gave the location of two points aligned with the bright mirror on the HORUSion and the position of the starting point plumb bob and of the second plumb bob, an accurate line of all three points due north, the longer the transit the more accurate the line. The model for those plumbs is an inverted pyramid.

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For the surveyor’s East west line he need two mirrors or two Ra-Hararkhte, Horus7 of the Two Horizons one on each horizon (East and West) though surveyor still need to use the Chief Corner Stone and second obelisk / corner stone as his marker for North and South and use what is now known as Pythagoras’ three, four, five principle. That is how you square 90 degree corners. The square of the hypotenuse is equal to the square of both the sides.8 Therefore (3×3) + (4×4) = 25 and 5×5=25. The four line would be along your verifiable north south line and connects to line the three will be your new east, west line. The three line other end is moved until the ten line touches both the north end of the four line which is permanent and the east end of the six line which is moved to allow that to occur. When the ends of the two lines are five apart, you are square because all triangles with that 6,8,10 ratio have a 90 degree corner and you have “a dead on” east west line. All our surveyor needed to do was measure with something that will not stretch, like a metal chain and the larger unit of measurement the better. Then, from the end of the surveyor triangle on his East or West side he sited to the horizon just like surveyor did with his North line and line up his Ra-Hararkhte mirror with the top of his Chief Corner Stone. The west one is used for the morning and the east for the afternoon. Then the surveyor used his Egyptian dioptra, and the East or West Ra-Hararkhte just like the North Horpakrate he then aligned his test block with the East or star of the West how be it an artificial Day time star just like his artificial Day time North Star. Finely he aligned his test block with his Egyptian Stone Sun Dial or dioptra.

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In drafting before there were computers, a straight edge and compass or string were used to make a line perpendicular to the base line by taking a compass or string; set it longer than ½ the line length. And then scribe an arc from each end of that line. The arcs will meet and cross in two places above and below the base line, draw a straight line that hits both points and that will be at a 90 degree to the base line. If you have a chain with a preset measurement and arc that chain that is attached to the base line that has been set with the Chief Corner Stone the top of that arc will be at a 90 degree angle to the base. Moreover, every point on that new line that touches the top of those arcs will be the same length.9

The survey lines radiating from the Chief Corner Stone and the artificial stars were very important. If a stone were too big and touched one of those optical lines the oversize stone would be (broken) chipped way to fit. On the other hand, if the stone were too small it would be totally smashed to a size that could be easily hauled away by the cleanup men. The process was easier to have a new stone made and the small stone crushed, so the miss-sized stone would be out of the way. A Hebrew text about this process was written of the

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And whoever falls on this stone will be broken and whomever it falls upon it will be destroyed”

The Great pyramid has three Corner Stone Sockets, of those only the South East corner is the Corner marker, the rest are taken from that point. The South East corner is where the Chief Corner stone was placed.11.

Isaiah put it this way12

“A foundation (the starting point), a stone a tried stone (square and true),

a precious corner stone, a sure foundation (Starting point)

, he that believes shall not be afraid (if his line is true or not).

And I will make justice to the measuring line (metal so that the chain will not stretch),

and righteousness to the plummet (the plumb bob)

The Chief Corner Stone has been miss-understood to mean the “head” this word in the Coptic Egyptian has a different vowel sign than the word “Chief” but pronounced the same “reshey,13 corner stone, ergo, the Capstone for of the pyramid, which The Great Pyramid never had nor will never have. When the building was completed The Chief Corner Stone along with the other corner stones were removed leaving only their sockets at the Corners.

The Stone that the builder rejected has become the Chief Cornerstone. 14.

Who laid out the foundations of the Earth? Declare, if you have understanding.

Who has laid its measure, if you know? Who has stretched the line upon it?

Upon what are its limits resting or who lain the Chief Corner stone.15

Doctor Gene Scott who received his doctorate from The University of California, Berkeley, said in a dissertation on The Pyramid referenced D. Davison and Petries: ‘‘that the height of The Pyramid is of the same ratio of that of the radius of the Earth at it polar axes through the center to the line of the Equator, also that the height of the extended lines of The Pyramid face angle (52 degrees 51 minutes) the sides extending past the platform it is equal ratio of the polar radius of the Moon.16. Davidson figures also shows a formula in the length of the base of the Pyramid that are equal to the three years of Earth (the Solar or Tropical year or 365.242465 days, Sidereal or Stellar year or 365.256471536-days and Anomalistic or Orbital year or 365.25997317 days)17denoting that the Pyramid is a scale model of Earth in a Pyramid form.18

The Pyramid’s Star Alignments of the Passages were important and was quite simple to accomplish. The surveyor would take four Egyptian dioptras; place them at the lowest spot of where his shaft will be above ground spacing for the top, bottom, and sides. Center them in the middle of where the surveyor wants his shaft to be. Then, that night he would, align two points on each Egyptian dioptra to the star he wanted his shaft to align with both on the vertical and the horizontal. The dioptra was locked into the position that so it would not move. The surveyor could now go to bed. The next morning they took four mirrored Ankh with very small mirrors set to match with the same dimensions as the four dioptras, and then align the mirrors with the surveyor’s solid Egyptian dioptra with their two points: it was be best as far away as possible. The closer the surveyor’s mirror is, the smaller the mirror must be. This Ankh shaft must be made immovable though the mirror will need to rotate to redirect the Sun. If the distance is too close to the work site, the mirrors must be smaller. The surveyor used a mirror just like his North Horpakrate (mirror) to align each side of your shaft with a dioptra against the block as you set them, using your mirrors to align each side though you can double check the sides for square with the 3,4,5 principle.

THE BOTTOMLESS PIT

The Descending Passage

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There were many problems with this passageway as you may know. The descending passage was partly above ground and was merely stacked stone. The first portion was not that bad, and fortunately, with a full battery of Ankhs mirrors to heat the stone and fracture the stone the work went quite well. Even so, as the tunnel became deeper, fewer and fewer mirrors of the Aten, solar furnace system could make the angle even though it was at the best angle for the solar furnace at that point on the globe. Then they had to move back to the older style of fracturing rock and the Caliph’s Brush Burning system. Things went from bad to worse. That was the point that a second tunnel (the Well shaft) was started to allow the smoke and steam from the process to escape, which expedited the finishing of the tunnel.

When the shaft is “Deep enough” or to the lowest point below ground, place four candles at its base, one at each corner then reverse the surveyor’s dioptras to use the light of the candle as his survey point. This makes the process easier than building a tremendous skyscraper to place his Ankh on for the higher parts of the structure that is above ground. Or he can just use a stretched string if his shaft is under water. Attach the string to a stationary location on the plane he was working with then place a “joule block” under the string. Then place a second matching “joule block “on that same plane at some distance. Now he would stretch string so it was as close to the “joule block” without touching. The string is as effective as a laser if stretched tight enough and if the wind and water are calm.

Now that you understand the basic survey techniques on the horizontal; we are now able to move to the vertical. The area that was to be used as the foundation would have a dike or dam built around it. Then the area behind the dam was filled with water. The pond was filled to cover all the high spots completely around the building site to include the area of the first course of rock and the apron around it with water. Then slowly drain the water: the men would mark the high spots until the water was gone at that point the foundation plane was established. All the high spots were leveled using the Ankh, solar furnace system; heating the high spots and fracturing them with water and vinegar. The main change was the Ram/A frame was now on the vertical dropping with a rope and pulley and boom-boom-boom. Then remove the muck. This system of filling, marking, and muck removal was used until the building site was level.

To make sure that the entire structure is level: measure down from the top of the Pyramid’s blocks to the water when there is no wind. Guess what? The water is “level” all the way around the structure and that measurement will be the same.

It must have been a nightmare for those who pushed and pulled those huge rocks up from the river on those hot dry days. Stone blocks on rollers with ropes and slaves, handling them in the heat of the day and aligning those stones. Moreover, that was just the first layer of rock. When the blocks were being moved, a drumbeat was used so each man’s steps would be synchronized with the rest. The men would manhandle the blocks with two basic systems. First the rope and cross member timbers system. This system would allow several men to push on timbers that were attached to a rope along its length enabling more men on a shorter rope to maneuver the block. The second system was similar though it used a wooden central shaft rather than a rope. Not! With ropes over the slaves shoulder as the process is often shown. As a matter of fact this cross bar system allowed the men to push rather than pull the block and push with the cross members. This allowed movement of the block at any point on the block, which gave added maneuverability when placing the stone. When the blocks were ready to be locked into place, the men would push on the diagonal so that two sides of the block would make contact with the complementary matrix of the blocks that had already been placed. This allowed the block to interlock at the same time as if the three blocks were one because they were one once. Each block was placed back in the order that it was quarried. However, the bigger problem has been how those stones get stacked more than 457.5 feet above the Nile River Valley floor.

1Lamsa, G. M., Op. Oite,p 976-977

2Habachi L., The Obelisks of Egypt, American U.P. Cairo 1988

3Rice H. S,”Seasons” Op. Cite, Colliers V. 20, P. 557-559

4 http://www.touregypt.net/godsofegypt/isis.htm

5Hancock. G, Mirrors of Heaven: Crown Publishing, New York.p.108

6Mayall N. R, “Sundial”, Op. Cite, Colliers V.21, P634

7http://www.touregypt.net/godsofegypt/isis.htm

8Smith, “Informal Geometry”, Addison-Wesley, Publishing Co, New York, 1992, p.346-347

9Ibid, p. 365

10Lamsa, G. M., Op. Oite P. 976-977

11Davison, D Op. Cite. 37 Foundation plate

12Lamsa, G. M., Op. Oite P. 967-698

13Ibid, P. Forward P. xiv

14Ibid. P.646

15Ibid P986-987

16 Scott Dr. G, Op. Cite , Davison citing, D The Great Pyramid, (Its Divine Message), William and Norgate, LTD, England 1937, Vol. 1 and Petrie, Our Inheritance, 3rd, Historical Studies II Ancient Egypt, England 1917

17 Davison, D Op. Cite. p.91

18Hancock. G, Mirrors of Heaven, Op.Cite, P. 45-48