You say your a long time Lurker, were you this guy below in a previous existence ,<[grahamhancock.com]; as your style and this twat below seems to be so similar .
Author: Pete Vanderzwet ()
Date: October 02, 2007 02:02AM
1. who built it
Thousands of regular Egyptians working under the phyle system evidenced as a working method during the Old Kingdom, under the direction of *known* overseers (with titles such as ""overseer of the side of the pyramid", "director of the draftsmen", "overseer of masonry", "director of workers", "inspector of the craftsmen", etc, etc) who reported the Overseer of Public Works, Hemiunu (who incidentally was the son of Nefermaat, Sneferu's OPW).
When (if?) you look into it you'll find there is much more evidence for the pyramid's attribution to Khufu than "mere" quarry marks (which themselves provide concrete evidence). On top of the evidence detailing the chain of command for the building process we have the remains of logistical camps, calibrated C-14 dates, inscriptional remains of Khufu's name from the causeway, detailed accounts from classical authors who visited the largely intact complex, and linguistic evidence from the Egyptians themselves who, afterall, did name the pyramid "Akhet-Khufu". The list goes on and on. Afraid no such list exists for anyone trying to say otherwise.
c. 2450 BC.
For the same reason at least 7 major pyramid projects were completed before Khufu and the "Great Pyramid" came on the scene.
4. what influence, if any, did the Egyptian Pyramids have on the design
Of Teotihuacan? None. They're not even contemporaries.
5. was there a third pyramid planned on the site at Teotihuacan?
Dunno. Its an irrelevant question with regard to any supposed relation to Egypt.