Thursday, August 8, 2013

The question remains: How did those structures get built?

The greatest mystery of ancient Egypt is: How did the ancient Egyptians construct such massive structures.
Mainstream archaeologists maintain that the ancient Egyptians only had copper chisels and mallets for tools.
Yet, they were able to produce extreme precision in their stonework. For example, there is a statue of Ramses II in the Karnak Temple. An engineer named Christopher Dunn photographed the face and placed the photographs into a graphics program in his computer.
He discovered that the left side of the face was the exact mirror image of the right side of the face.
Thus, the statue is perfect.
The Great Pyramid is composed of 2.5 million blocks of stone. Each stone weighs 2-15 tons. Yet, these stones are placed together with such accuracy that you can not slide a credit card between the blocks.
Engineer Christopher Dunn has found saw marks on some of the stones.
He feels that the stones were cut with a 35-foot saw.
The Great Pyramid itself was built with such accuracy that the apex deviates from True North but only 1/2 degree.
The Giza Plateau itself deviates only 1/2 degree from being perfectly level.
The entire Great Pyramid is actually a projection of the Northern Hemisphere.
The precision of the stonework in Egypt disputes the fact that only copper chisels and mallets were used in construction.

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