[QUOTE=Surya Deva;49592]Precisely is the word. Precision is a marker of advanced civilisation. This is because civilised people demand precision in order to function. If we did not have precision none of our cd players, mobile phones, computers would work. They have to be manufactured by using very small components which demand precision and accuracy. Primitive civilisations do not require precision. This is why if you look at the measurements used in bronze age civilisation they are not precise, this is because there is 1) no need for it and 2) they lack technology to be that precise.
Now, whoever constructed the pyramids demanded extreme precision. Their precision is so extreme that even we 21st century people struggle to realise. For example the precision with which the 15+ ton linestone blocks covering were fit together, was so precise so as to be similar to that used by opticians in constructing contact lens. The error margin in the bricks used is 0.001 inches, that is equivalent to taking a strand of your hair and splitting it into 20 parts. Even this error of margin was intentional to make room for the mortar, which is made out of a special mixture which is even stronger than the rocks it keeps together.
There is simply no doubt about it that these pyramids are the works of a highly advanced scientific civilisation. The Giza pyramid are crying that out.
What we really need to know is why was it was built. The tomb theory does not hold any water whatsoever. I have recently been reading on the Giza power planet theory by Christopher Dunn and it is making a lot of sense. In engineering there is something known as reverse-engineering where you can find a working product of engineering and then by studying it, infer exactly how it was made. Dunn has done something similar with the Giza pyramid and been able to make succesful predictions as well about what will be found in the Giza pyramid in investigations based on his theory.
He predicts there was an explosion inside the Giza complex which caused it to shut down. Consistent with his prediction it has been found that in the so-called kings chamber, the walls had expanded by a inches all of a sudden caused by a sudden force. Scorch marks were also found on the walls. In the so-called queen chamber a pile of gypsum salts were found and the early investigators reported a strong industrial like smell.
Again consistent with his hypothesis that the ducts were fed with solutions of hydrogen chloride and zinc chrloride respectively to produce hydrogen. This hydrogen would then enter into the so-called gallery hall where it would react with resonaters that would amplify the energy and it would then go to the main resonater in the kings chamber. Then the energy produced would be transmitted into free space from the shaft in the kings chamber and utilized to power sources(wireless electricity a la Tesla)
I recently found out another fact about the Giza pyramid which is the smoking gun we need to prove that it was indeed created by an advanced civilisation. The Giza pyramid is more or less at the centre of the earths landmasses. In other words whoever built the pyramids deliberately put it there. This would explain why there is only one pyramid like the Giza pyramids all over the planet. I think it was a global power source. It utilized the earth’s natural vibrations in order to power itself. This also suggests a global advanced civilisation.
As we too are now moving into a new chapter of science which I call pranic sciences, we too are going to be using sound and geometry in a very big way as the ancients did.
Sound and geometry when used properly can be used to do all kinds of things: generate energy from free space(such as in the phenomenon of sonoluminnance) and to lift heavy objects using sonic fields. I think the stones were lifted using some kind of sonic technology. We are still too much in the infancy of the pranic sciences to appreciate these advanced technologies.[/QUOTE]
Precisely. :D. Then again, we can’t necessarily jump to conclusions because our modern mindset doesn’t understand how Egyptians could have made the blocks so precise. Maybe they had simple methods used in unique ways. Who knows?
But those findings are interesting nevertheless.
Have you heard of Edgar Cayce though?