Date: April 05, 2018 07:23PM
Jon Ellison Wrote:
> Steve Clayton Wrote:
> > What are they afraid of? Core drill over into
> > section.
Another poser wrote: No name.
> They're afraid of finding something that doesn't
> fit into their existing paradigm. More so how to
> control and censor any information relating to
> what they may find. If it is a GG2, and if it's
> never been disturbed, it may well contain the
> original equipment that appears to have been worth
> looting and therefore looted from GG1.
>Just as many, I am also excited about the void but I guess my expectation from what that void has is different from others. I find it very unlikely that there is another grand gallery there.
Though, working as an engineer for so many years on many different projects, I know that typically along with the system we include documentation. This is just in case some personal in the field would need to get reference to one or another component and knew how to service it. Not really too much details there but specific that contains info on certain functions. This is typically is placed in a sheet metal pocket before the unit is shipped to the customer. My hope is to find exactly that in the void. May be carvings or painting with the info on what the function of the pyramid was. Finding >another untouched Grand Gallery, of course, would also answer lots of questions.
I wouldn't hold your breath. I became interested in how the Pyramids were built in my late 20's. I am now in my late 60's. Very little has been done. Robot's up air/star chambers, frequency generators, which supposedly expose empty space(s), from spiral tunnels, and now finding a void. Equipment that few of us understand. If they were serious, they would core drill.
I agree with the poser above. Their primary concern, is to attract visitors. It makes them money. Can you blame them? They are a relatively poor society. I doubt very much, they will make a concerted effort, to resolve the empty void.