I enjoy your posts and you often bring clear facts to support your arguments.
However, it appears that you are using all of your energy on this thread to refute "stale" claims made by GH & RB in books 10 to 12 years ago. Both authors, through further self discovery, now concur that the Gizamids were built ~ 2,500 B.C. and that the size of some of the stones were overstated in the past.
On the other hand, you refrain from dialing in on the "real" divergency between the traditional Egyptologist and the Alternate Theory crowd which is:
- Why were they built?
- What messages are contained within the design? Again, why?
- What levels of astronomical knowledge did the AE's possess?
- What level of knowledge existed in pre-Dynasty AE?
- Were the architectural blueprints for the Gizamids put forth in an earlier era?
So it is really these questions to which the answers from the Traditionalists and the Alternate Theory Crowd radically differ. At least from the vantage point of a "neutral observor".
hinges burst off Heaven's Door
come on in, says Bill