> Tell us about this hypothetical “lost”
> pyramid-building civilisation. What was its
> language? What was its script? What were its units
> of measurement? Were its people white, brown or
> purple? What did they wear? What did they eat?
All of those questions which seem to interest you are largely unimportant to me.
> What materials did it use? What sources of power?
> What was its transport system?
All is being researched. It's taken a few short years for some of us just to undo centuries of wrong-minded brainwashing about Dynastic Egyptians who allegedly built a bunch of monolithic pyramids during the 3rd millennium BC.
Now it's much more clear that the dynastics didn't have the tools or methods to achieve such a massive 200 year construction project to build a bunch of monolithic pyramids, that the Granite Plugs in G1 were not a security mechanism, that al Mamoun excavated into and not out of the pyramid, that the RCs relieve pressure from below, not from above, that the block displacement in and around the KC was not due to an earthquake, but rather the localized pattern of block displacement clearly indicates one or more high pressure events originating within the KC...the list goes on and on.
As Egyptology has shown, it takes many people many years to develop a model about ancient civilizations. Unfortunately, after all that time, they drew some very catastrophic conclusions that needed to be reassessed with modern scrutiny. As a result, new insights continue to revise the old model thanks to higher standards of proof and the internet.
Progress is being made, but after many centuries of knitting together a self-consistent paradigm many aspects of which are supported by very scant evidence, it will take a bit more time to suss out a more accurate narrative of the origins of mankind.
> Provide some evidence of these things. Can you?
I did. You just refuse to acknowledge it. So be it.
"Who" built the monolithic pyramids makes little difference to me. Whoever built them are simply the facilitators of the need that existed at the time they were built. I am mainly focusing on the "why" and the "when".
I really don't care what they wore, what they ate, or what color their skin was. Good thing too, because if those pyramids really were constructed millennia earlier than orthodoxy would have us believe, there won't be much clothing, food, or skin left to study.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 16-Jul-16 03:58 by Origyptian.