> book, rather than digging for articles written by me some years
> ago, then you would know the answer to your question.
If I may...
You write about a lost civilization - and claim no knowledge of "the lost ones" as an excuse to sidestep Archae´s question? Wow.Quote
... if we cannot attribute these constructions at Giza (and their precursors) to the Old Kingdom period then it becomes evident that some earlier civilization in ancient Egypt - now seemingly lost to our history - must have been responsible for their design and construction.
The Giza Prophecy, p.133 - emphasis mine)
Archae´s question - if the AE set out to build recovery vaults in anticipation of a great flood, why would they locate the vaults on a site that is visibly prone to massive and destructive flooding - surely deserves some consideration?Quote
The ancient Egyptians may have built their great pyramids as recovery vaults in anticipation of a natural disaster, a great flood that they may have believed would occur after the heavens had moved out of their proper place, perhaps as an act of their god Thoth.
(The Giza Prophecy, p.284 - emphasis mine)