> :) You're a funny bugger, MJ. I like that. It shows spunk.
Er, thanks for the compliment, drew.
> It shows a desire to rise above the norm.
When in reality I struggle to reach the norm…
> It shows...well, it
> shows a man with a very particular understanding of the Great
> And trolling through posts and topics, I haven't seen hide nor
> hair of what that understanding is, except that it goes against
> a lot of other folk's own ideas and even some of their
> observations despite the facts, falsities, and close-toos that
> are offered all around.
My understanding of the Great Pyramid is that it was essentially a tomb for a 4th dynasty Egyptian king popularly known as Khufu.
I am minded that Khufu was interred not in the so-called King’s Chamber but in a chamber located elsewhere inside his pyramid.
I believe that the passages and chambers and the sarcophagus were designed for symbolic and not practical purposes.
I do not know what these purposes might have been.
Contrary to mainstream Egyptology, I believe that Khufu died before his pyramid was completed.
> In that case:
> the pyramid is set upon the pavement level, and yet the four
> corners have sockets extending beneath the pavement level. Why?
> To the best of your ability, can you answer that in as little
> as one sentence so to not give away your complete understanding
> if you do not want to right now; or as much as you would like,
> and be regaled as one who might truly know the pyramid?
> I will answer it after you. Or before you if you do not.
I have absolutely no idea what the sockets were for.
Their different shapes, sizes and depths only add to their mystery.
Post Edited (08-Jul-12 21:05)
So few answers - and not one of them mine.