> What lines are these? From the scan?
These are the lines between the different density regions.
Look at the top picture here;
You can see all of these boundaries are parallel to the base or perpendicular to it just like all visible lines in the great pyramids;
All forces and processes that built the pyramids occurred in the horizontal and vertical planes. Ramps, by definition don't exist in these planes and are already debunked.
> They all suggest they are spiral. Like so:
> Can you provide sources of anyone mainstream or
> alternative (other than Mason Williams) that
> claims this scan represents a stepped pyramid?
Agreement is irrelevant. The facts speak for themselves and I've done a great deal of work to discover, prove, and show this to people. It pains me to even link this guy but it does show the reality which is someone would have dragged the world kicking and screaming to this point if it weren't me;
I found ythis article a few years back while googling for a "ramp" I already knew existed between the queens pyramids and the eastern cemetery. He mentions it. Charles Ragano published this weeks before I even intuited the means to build the pyramids. He nailed it. I might mention as well that Ragano is no crackpot (nobody is perfect) and agrees with Egyptologists on most issues. But like me he discovered the means by which the pyramids were actually built and ramps are not involved.
> This is complete BS. I have no interest in
> Cladking rhetoric.
No one can see or hear anything they don't expect. Why not show me I'm wrong rather than tune it out?
> Can you provide a link where the copyright holder
> says they specifically forbid this?
Refer to the link above.
Right underneath it, it says "added drawings to the image are not authorieed". I have a beautiful drawing with the five steps (81' 3") marked in but everyone will have to make their own.
> To be honest I do not care if the internal
> structure is a stepped pyramid. I have presented
> evidence that suggests these pyramids were built
> around a core such as is seen today at Meidum and
> some of the satellite pyramids at Giza. I believe
> this actually qualifies as a "hypothesis". It is
> possible a stepped pyramid was built up around
> this and then built up again for the final outer
> core. Regardless, The problem is simple in that
> you are claiming the scan is an "exact match" for
> a stepped pyramid but it is not. It is merely your
> interpretation of it. Is this not a fair
I don't care how it's made either. You could be correct because the scan doesn't penetrate the structure to much depth. It's about 30' at the bottom and 10' at the top and this is most of the reason the top steps don't show as well.
Yes, my interpretation of the scan is that it shows a stepped pyramid. I predict in a few years everyone will agree with my interpretation because it most closely approximates reality.