Video about just how exact and precise the Great Pyramid is-
Video about ancient technology
Really cool Discovery Channel documentary about the Pyramids and Sphinx
YouTube - Mystery of the Sphinx - part 1
YouTube - Mystery of the Sphinx - part 2
YouTube - Mystery of the Sphinx - part 3
YouTube - Mystery of the Sphinx - part 4
YouTube - Mystery of the Sphinx - part 5
YouTube - Mystery of the Sphinx - part 5
Interesting info on the Great Pyramids of Giza-
It is currently regarded by Egyptologists, taught throughout our schools and printed in textbooks everywhere that the Egyptians (namely Khufu) were responsible for the construction of the Great Pyramid. However, when one looks at some of the damning evidence against such a theory it becomes apparent that the Egyptologists theories are based on an archaeological fraud.
The only evidence that links Khufu with the Great Pyramid is a single "Royal Inscription" on the ceiling of the Construction chamber. Colonel Howard-Vyse discovered this inscription between 1836-1837. At the time he made the discovery, his expedition was coming to an unsuccessful close and he had very little to show for the 10,000 pounds sterling he was granted. It is more than likely (as the evidence shows) that Vyse himself forged the inscription in order to make a monumental discovery.
The Egyptians recorded everything about their religion and farming etc but there isn't a single record stating that they were responsible for building one of the Seven Wonders of the World. There is also an extreme lack of information about Khufu's past in the archeological records. There hasn't even been a single statue identified as portraying Khufu. If Khufu built the Great Pyramid, shouldn't he be famous and worshiped for such a feat.
After an examination of the inscription, it should have been noted that the writing wasn't in the correct style used at the supposed time of its construction. In fact the style used wasn't adopted until centuries after it was supposedly written. The inscription also contains inconceivable grammatical errors. A symbol used as an adjective is actually a numerical symbol. If Vyse did fake the inscription, you can assume he copied it from one of the few books available at the time. A book frequently referenced throughout Vyse's diaries is called "Materia Hieroglyphica" by Sir John Gardner Wilkinson. This book is now known to contain many errors due to the lack of understanding about Egyptian writing at the time. An important error is that it confused the sign for "Kh" with the sign for the solar disk representing "Ra". The inscription in the Great Pyramid also contains this exact same mistake! It actually reads "Ra-ufu" not "Kh-ufu". Surely this would have been an inconceivable error for an Egyptian scribe. It would also have been blasphemy since Ra was one of the foremost gods of the Egyptians.
The evidence outlined above shows beyond reasonable doubt that Vyse faked the inscription and that Khufu did not build the Great Pyramid. Yet Egyptologists still cling to the reasoning that the Pyramid must be Khufu's because it dates to 2550 BC. However the only evidence that it was built in 2550 BC is the claim by Vyse that Khufu built it. This demonstrates the kind of circular reasoning employed by many Egyptologists.
It can be proven with only basic mathematics that the Egyptions didn't build the pyramids. The Egyptologists insist that all three Great Pyramids were constructed within a century. Assuming very low numbers, the pyramids consist of 2.5 million stone blocks for each of the large 2 pyramids, and 1.0 million stone blocks for the small one giving 6.0 million stones to be cut, hauled, shaped, lifted and postioned in 100 years.
6,000,000 blocks / 1200 months = 5000 blocks laid per month
5000 blocks / 30 days per month = 166.6 blocks laid per day
166.6 blocks / 24 hour working day = 6.9 blocks laid per hour
So given very generous figures, the Egyptologists want you to believe that the Egyptions were able to complete (at a bare minimum) 7 stone blocks weighing 2.0-2.5 Tons every hour of every day for 100 years without days off for accidents or bad weather etc, using only primitive stone and copper tools, plant-fiber ropes and wooden sledges.
I don't think so!
Info on the supposed evidence for the "dating" of the Pyramid
THE GREAT PYRAMID FORGERY?
Why is the photograph of the cartouche in Figure 4 NOT an accurate representation of the SAME CARTOUCHE as depicted in Figure 3?
Based on Col. Howard Vyse's authentic historical record (dated May 27, 1837) I believe the original cartouche discovered in Campbell's Chamber looked exactly like that drawn in Figure 3 (the glob of paint looks like excess paint to me.)
But why does the modern-day photograph look so different from the original drawing of the same cartouche?
I believe that days or years or centuries or millennia later, someone (Vyse? or a modern-day Egyptian restoration project?) realized the circle needed THREE crosshatches inside it in order to correctly spell the letters "Kh" (as in Khufu) and painted three (3) crosshatches in the circle, the middle crosshatch covering the ORIGINAL DOT in the center, which is depicted in Fig.3. But, while the forger(s?) painted the new crosshatches, they inadvertently made another dreadful mistake -— They didn't quite cover up the entire DOT in the center that was originally drawn! (see Fig.3)
Examine Fig.4 again, this time VERY CLOSELY. The middle crosshatch has a very obvious and suspicious bulge in its center. I believe this bulge WAS originally A DOT at one time, particularly on May 27, 1837 when the historic discovery was first made and recorded (drawn.)
If any of you are wondering about the red, ochre paint used (by Vyse) to paint the inscriptions, interestingly enough, the same red, ochre paint the ancient Egyptians used was still in use in 1837.
Here's a very intereting article about corruption in Egypt
Lost Secrets Of The Sphinx
More about corruption in Egypt-
News about fraud and corruption in Egypt-
Since the beginning of 2002, Dr. J.J. Hurtak and a European team of investigators and explorers have been recording the construction of a massive system of walls being placed around the historic pyramidal sites and the larger unexcavated area of Giza, Egypt — in total, an area covering approximately eight square kilometers. Why build these massive walls at this time? Certainly Giza is one of the finest archaeological zones of the world. Are there new treasures of ancient Egypt yet to be uncovered that require sophisticated technology and surveillance platforms, to protect the ongoing research along the Giza plateau? Has, perhaps, an area been discovered that shows tracings of rare earths and unique minerals? Or is it simply, as some officials are claiming, a move to protect the plateau from terrorists and control the masses of tourists visiting the area?
The standard argument for the creation of such a wall is “crowd control”, but the details of this new construction suggest an initiative that is both multi-purpose and grand scale: the wall near Nazlat al Salman will be, at a minimum, 7 meters (22 feet) high.
Al-Ahram Weekly | Egypt | Arrests in 'museum curse' case
Info on the Sphinx's underground tunnels-
shiiiit, they'll fake anything