I do understand what is being discussed very well.
No, you don't.
You imagine that the "tombs", which you then contradict as being a tomb, were filled with treasure. What evidence do you have to support the following statement?
Dr. Troglodyte, thank you for you kind welcome. I'm sure that knowledge of the cavities of construction were lost to antiquity, having been sealed by Khufu and reopened in 1837 AD. I'm would imagine secrecy of such knowledge kept tomb raiders at bay since tombs were filled with highly-valuable treasure.
Surely when you read my explanation of how a massive object quickly passing nearby causes a sudden Precession of the earth, you will understand that I am not referring to the slow Precession of the Equinoxes.
No, I don't.
What is a "sudden precession of the Earth"?
I calculated the yearly average Continental Drift for that region extending over 4,577 years since the time of Kufu. Then I determined the years of deviation West of North from the original Core Pyramid Structure. It is extremely accurate calculations.
How is this possible? Did you go into the pyramid 4577 years ago and take an initial measurement?
I was trying to voice my opinion about academia suppressing Biblical truths without derailing the conversation into a religious debate. I prefer arguments that are scientific rather than philosophical objections
So do I. Who is derailing the conversation into a religious or philosophical debate? I have mentioned neither.
Your theory is fatally flawed.