> To build G1 with no infrastructure and no tools would require
> magic. Orthodox believers instinctively rule out advanced or
> alien tools so there must have been either human tools or
> orthodoxy is wrong. If there were human tools and human
> infrastructure then it is nowhere in evidence because every
> single thing on the Giza Plateau other than a few scattered
> ramps are said to be related to magic, religion, or
It's not surprising there's almost nothing left of tools and infrastructure after THOUSANDS of years. It's quite amazing that remains of "a few scattered ramps" are still there...
Everything else on the Giza plateau related to magic, religion, or superstition? Well of course, it's a necropolis after all. BTW same can be said about every kind of graveyard / cemetary, even modern ones...
> The bottom line is nothing fits orthodox belief; not the
> evidence, not the words of the builders, not the historical
> record and not even common sense which says massive jobs can't
> be done without leaving evidence. They can't be done without
> tools and infrastructure.
> To claim everything from the airshafts to the Pyramid Texts are
> magic is tantamount to claiming they used magic to build the
Very strange statement imho, why would claiming the "airshafts" were ritual / magical and the PT being magical / religious, have anything to do with the building methods used?
> If you look at the words of believers closely you'll
> see they often cross the line into suggesting it wasn't the
> Gods who built the pyramids but magic.
Not sure what you mean but most people actualy believe the AE people built them, not gods, not magic.