#Egypt #vacation Excellent Pyramid Thriller Solved? | Countrywide Geographic

How ended up the blocks raised to the best of the 489ft Excellent Pyramid? An architect develops a theory about a snaking interior ramp that’s been hidden inside the pyramid for 4500 many years.
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  1. Err, I call this bull, part of it at least. It is one thing keeping a 30 x 30 part open at the corners lower down where it is over 700 feet wide, but as you go up these open corners would take up a massive space, and still need to be filled in later.

    I'll post my video of how it was (I think) really built sometime soon. 🙂

  2. Great theory I loved it now I think it’s real I would of done both either or theory’s/truth , now HOW TO TURN BLOCKS around the corners ? Why would they put themselves in that situation? They built around first and then built down on the way back . Jus makes sense

  3. Wow just think about it, if modern people today needed to think a lot and use this modern applications to plan on how the build the pyramid, then imaging how would the ancient people could plan about it

  4. This is old. The pyramid was built to generate a magnetic field. What happened inside of that magnetic field, I have my ideas.Oh, and the Great Pyramid dates back to before the "Deluge" or, great cataclysm that triggered the end of the late dryassic ice age.

  5. A moat like channel was dug and filled with water.

    The stones were floated around the perimeter, against the inside edge of the channel, with buoyancy aides, such as inflated animal stomachs, attached.

    This allowed massive, heavy stones to be pushed along and positioned with very little effort.

    Once the first level was pushed up to the inner edge and built all the way around they drained the channel, moved up/on top, and built the next one.

    The stones arrived at the river edge on barges and were moved along a slight decline toward the pyramid site, using the water to make the stones virtually weightless with the buoyancy aides attached.

    A large chute, like one you might see in an old block of flats, with gates spaced at set intervals, was built running up the side of the pyramid and created pressure, which effectively sucked/raised the stones up the chute to arrive at the top for positioning near the tip.

    This theory, whilst dismissed by some, is explained in great detail and to some satisfaction, in several videos.

    Simply enter "Water used to build pyramids" in the You Tube search bar and see for yourself.
    The first video, at around 21 minutes is the best and worth the time investment.

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