If what you've outlined in red is water
> damage, why is it so irregular instead of showing
> a true "level"? What kind of liquid behavior
> would be a few inches thick but leave such an
> irregular mark around the base of the walls and
> stone box? Especially up there at the level of the
> I explained this before. The water was not
> standing still. The "waterfall" marks also show
> that quiet a lot of water was coming out of the
> shaft so it was restless with a lot of waves.
> That's how I interprete those marks.
> It's often said that the pyramid was flooded, but
> I believe that there's even more evidence that the
> Pyramid was DESIGNED for water to flow through.
> There once was a very important clue to be found
> in the Great Pyramid, real evidence: The Great
> Step, what was originally a huge V-shaped block.
> This was not just a worn out stoneblock but
> originally designed in a V-shape. Look at how
> straight the triangle is:
> In modern times it looks like this:
> They destroyed one of the most important pieces of
> evidence. These people call themselves
> egyptologists but don't even recognize what is
> really important.
> It's also possible of course that they did it on
> purpose, who knows.
Hello Romulus the 2nd:
Above you wrote: ”There once was a very important clue to be found in the Great Pyramid, real evidence: The Great Step, what was originally a huge V-shaped block. This was not just a worn out stoneblock but originally designed in a V-shape.”
For what it’s worth, the savants serving in Napoleon’s 1798-1801 Egyptian Campaign recorded several renderings of the Great Step. Below are details of two (2) examples; note neither indicates the “‘V-Shape’ Depression”:
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