Thank you for your reply.
"A flood after the Pyramids building
that was so disastrous that those flood waters
caused the down fall of the Old Kingdom and started the
First Intermediate Period and revealed the Great Pyramid."
I find this very hard to believe.
From my understanding, weak as it may be, that
the cause of the demise of The Old Kingdom was not
too much water, but a sudden and long lasting lack thereof,
along with serious political instability and the transfer of powers to
"Soil borings from Ethiopia’s Lake Tana,
the source of a major river that flows into the Nile,
show the lake was very shallow around 2200 B.C. Downstream at the
same time, borings from the lake at the Faiyum Oasis indicate it dried up entirely."
I would love to see your evidence of
this great flood that covered Giza about 2600 B.C.
All the best my friend,