Are you aware that sand in the
desert does not "pile" well? Are you familiar with the
winds of the desert that would blow a "sand collection"
away? Are you aware there is not enough sand in the desert to create
the illusive ramps for pyramid construction? Think about it seriously. The pyramids at
Giza rest atop a PLATEAU that is 115 feet higher than the bottom of the
hole the Sphinx sits in! Are you aware that in order to build a ramp
one would have to fill the area ALL around the plateau just to have a base
in order to build a ramp that would take likely seven times more mass than
the pyramid itself. This means the ramp and the base required for
the ramp would be a task from ten to one hundred times more complicated
and involved than the pyramid project itself.
Wouldn't it be easier if the
ancient Egyptians used a "heavy lift" elevator? Think with
me. Would it be easier to move rocks close to the structure
using the rock tumbling method outlined herein then
lift them vertically as high as one can? Do you think I am playing
with you? I am not. Let's move along. You have listened to silly ramp
theories, give this one a look. Recall always that there is only two
ways to move a rock. There are not hundreds, nor dozens.
There are only two ways to move a rock: 1) Horizontally and
2) Vertically. It is no more complicated than that.
Have you ever studied the Giza
Plateau from the air? Why not? With an aerial photo such as
found with "GoogleEarth" we can learn quite a lot. Look!
Notice in the photo above the Cavity is seen along the mid-body eastern side (right of
photo). You can see in our web presentation that there is a set of
stone tumbling trails that lead right to the "Whidden
Cavity". Go to www.SolomonSeries.com/freedownloads1.htm
for more details.
Let me give you a rough
description of the "Cavity", then tell you some rough
dimensions, then tell you how the "Elevator" or "Lift"
works. It indeed does exist, not like illusive sand ramps of
impossible design. You can see this cavity from Heaven, and it is
obvious this was designed for the purpose ascension, but it was for
"ascending" with large stones.
As I looked down into the hole I
realized someone, somewhere had overlooked a major "find" in
this area. The only thing I could imagine that would be more
difficult than digging a nearly 30 foot by 30 foot square hole, but
leaving a center wall structure large enough to be seen from space would
be difficult. LOOK!!
THINK! If you were to dig a deep hole, then
leaving a naturally existing central bulkhead/wall would be
difficult. Why in the world would anyone in their right mind create
such a senseless structure? Let's look. We see rock tumbling
evidence ending at the handrails which surround the "Whidden
Cavity". There are several rock tumbling trails that converge
at the cavity.:
From another angle we see the Cavity as we look from north to south
down the east side of the pyramid. The cavity is within the
guardrail to the right.
As we look around the periphery of the cavity we see a
"cut-out" or "sweep" on the side of the hole away from the pyramid side.
Ted says this little “cut-out” is important. It is a little “cut-out” at the edge of the now world famous “Whidden
Cavity” on the east side of the Great Pyramid exists………..Hold it. No one in the world has ever identified or addressed a hole on the east side of the pyramid that is large enough to see from a satellite circling near the moon, but Ted says it is important…………..Hold it. Did he find it? Did we miss it? Are you aware that academic universities have been working for dozens of years to map the Pyramid Plaza, but
some have missed this? Why would Ted worry about it? After all, Ted solved the pyramid puzzle and gave it away in his first books. He told us how they were built, why they were built, why they are positioned where they are………..Why would he focus on this little (BIG) hole. Why would others miss it? Hold it. They missed the rock tumbling teeter totter and dozens of other mysteries that Ted and his team uncover……Check it out at www.SolomonSeries.com
NOW! Go to our book section and download the following links and
I will talk you through it.
In this drawing we show an example of a 30x30
foot cavity that is 60 feet deep. The center wall
is represented with a limber hole as seen in
the photos and the actual cavity on the east side. The
"hole" was dug in the manner it is in for a specific
reason. What reason? THINK! A 30x30 area would be a 900
square foot water plane area. One vertical foot of (a salt) water
plane area would lift 900 feet times 62.4 pounds per foot or 56,160
pounds (28 tons!). If we only used 40 feet of the "piston throw"
of this buoyancy device/hydraulic piston lift then we could create a
lift force of approximately 840 tons! A seventy foot piston with
30 vertical feet submerged would approach (30feetx28tons=840 tons!) and
lift the weight a total of 50 feet........A fresh water system would
lift a little less, but still work.
The exploded view shows a side view exploded to the east. Notice
the beveled "ramp" around the hole opening. When the
"rock tumbling" converged, the workers would take the
oblong stones to the edge of the hole leaning on the ramp. From the
ramp they would lift (slide) the stones up and land them on top of the
"wood insert" or "piston". The raised area is
around the "cavity" would be required for managing the water
resources on the plateau level. As you see in the book, The Solomon
Series: Great Pyramid Mystery Resolved the area around the pyramid has all
indications that the area was flooded/saturated. When they loaded
the stone on the "piston", removed the "plug", then water
would enter in and the lift would begin.............The center wall in the
photo above is in the east-west disposition. This would keep the
piston stable north to south, but would allow it to "be
adjusted" east to west. As the piston was raised with stones on
it, they would pull the top of the piston towards a causeway to land the
stone.................You do not see a "causeway", why
not? You once believed in sand ramps that you have never seen.
Can you believe for a short causeway out to the edge of the structure for
an elevator? The elevator is still there. Where is your
ramp?...............The lift you are looking at was required because
the internal lift system was limited by size. The internal stone
movements as described in the "Solomon Series" book were for the
masses, BUT the 34th tier of stone is far larger than the doorways and
openings for the internal lift mechanisms. One will note the 34th
tier is the third thickest tier in the entire structure. This tier
is at approximately 99 feet elevation over the base plane, and is likely
one of the most mystifying planes of the structure coming in just above
the upper tier of the "apex" of the queen's
NOTE: We can expect to gain a total vertical lift from this
design of up to 50 feet. As we see when we examine the Solomon
Series drawing sets and Sir William Petries surveys of 1880's we see that
the "bottom" of the tier/strake of the floor of the
"queen's chamber" is at 55 feet, and the stones in this region
would likely require greater lift capacity than seen to this point in the
structure. One will note the queen's chamber sits "to the
east" of the north-south entry hallway, making it reasonable to think
large stones came from the east to this room/area just east of the
hallway, therefore not needing to pass the voids, spaces or hallways along
the entry hallway. For brief discussion of the voids/reservoirs see
The Solomon Series book.
This view is an artist's attempt to bring the concept together, showing
the photo with center wall, beveled (ramp) leading "up" to
platform, and cut away view. One must understand that once the
cavity was filled at the "sweep" from the photo above, then
water from the "moat" surrounding the structure would fill the
cavity through the "plug". Once the cavity was filled they could
replace the plug and then fill still further using a 60 foot deep hole
(estimated) with a 70 foot deep wooden piston made up of local timber in
the vertical, and could obtain a 40 foot lift above the highest plane
gaining a total lift of 50 feet. (40 feet piston lift) plus the 10
foot lift by way of the beveled area around the hole. THEN by
removing the plug they could release some of the water thus lowering the
piston to a degree it could be managed and returned for another lift.
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