Does your made-up religion impose some obligation on you to repeat in detail every half-baked smear?
People before Vyse and after him used black powder (not dynamite), sometimes with far less excuse. Vyse was simply a man of his time. Modern ideas about proper archaeological procedure were decades in the future.
He also had reason to believe that the pyramids were under threat of far more damaging intervention, from a then Egyptian government whose only interest in them was as a potential source of stone for a Nile barrage. He certainly knew about this, since he mentions it in his book. You're not going to tell us that you're spouting this stream of @!#$ without having read it, are you?
Oh, and by the way, as a further contribution to your education, Linant talked them out of it.
Well done Ian. You've managed to make Sitchin look a paragon of intellect and integrity.