I visited Rudolf Gantenbrink's old website again, after many years. But here I read something I never heard of before and I'm just checking, because, this could be very important;
It's about a story told by Gantenbrink about clearing the upper northern shaft of the Great Pyramid in 1992. A vehicle has been found in the shaft, according to Gantenbrink it was probably left by Flinders Petrie in the 19th century. But could it be that he is wrong and that this vehicle was originally PART of the Great Pyramid's shaft? Has this ever been examined?
As we clear the tunnel we also uncover the remains of a previous mission that had failed, probably carried out by Petrie in 1881-82.
We find a badly-corroded, four-wheeled vehicle which would just fit into the shaft.
It is made of solid iron and weighs about 30 kg.
Gantenbrink writes "probably carried out by Petrie in 1881-82" so he could be wrong.
The vehicle is made of iron, so the presence of iron does not fit in the orthodox view because according to egyptologists the ancient egyptians didn't use iron at the time, so this could be the reason why this vehicle has never been examined or taken seriously. I never believed that the Great Pyramid could have been built without iron so for me the existance of iron in the Great Pyramid wouldn't surprise me.
If it's Petrie's vehicle it's obviously nothing special. But suppose this thing BELONGS to the Great Pyramid's shaft, then this could be very important.
And, this vehicle could explain the mysterious scratches just above the floor of the shafts. Scratches caused by the turning wheels.
So, is this vehicle known to any of you? And what are your thoughts?
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04-Aug-17 14:55 by Romulus the 2nd.