Friday, January 30, 2015

800' Inundation of the Giza Plateau 12,800 Years Ago.


  1. Hi, my english is not good but i will try, there was a arab historian who wrote about giza in the XIII century, his name was Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baḡdādī, try to find what he wrote, maybe could be helpful for your investigation, i just remember a little where a copt priest translate what was wrote in the piramids walls (thousend of writes and paints to fullfill 10000 pages), about knowledges and a big destruction to come over them and time running out , this writes were lost when the cairo califa ask to destroy the pyramids to construct the cairo new buildings, the book where i read this was "the great pyramid enigma" from andre pochan (1971), again sorry for my bad english and thanks

  2. Henry,

    Thank you so much for your information. I will follow it up immediately, and include whatever is appropriate in the chapter outlined above. The book, Earth Epochs is in final post edit, and should be up as a final book on Google Books in the next few weeks. The book is currently 430 pages and 217 photos, and it will be free to all, as I am 70 years old, and I have worked 7 years full time to research and write this book. It is not for money, but for posterity, because I want my children and their children to the next generations to know WHY there is a coming catastrophe, and that it has happened before, and it will happen again, and we will be a band of a few survivors without letters, barely able to survive. Enough people have to know, and know why, and the signs that point to the time when the cataclysm will generally occur. It is not yet for some time, between 40 to 160 years in the future. Survival will be random, even for those who are now building shelters and survival capsules. (And International Space Stations). But those who care to know should have the information. Thanks again. John Jensen

  3. You should look at Prof. Joseph Davidovits site on how the pyramids were made. There are a lot of rough stones in the interior of the pyramids but the smooth ones on the outside and the upper sections are cast. He came up with a way to polymerize stone just like plastics are polymerized to make them solid. He calls it Geopolymers. If you read his work it just seem so incontestable that that's the way they were made. The evidence he produces is overwhelming. It also drastically reduces the man power needed. It's difficult to move a many ton block but carrying a basket full of concrete mix is relatively easy.

    To bolster his evidence look at all the quartz, diorite, granite and other super hard statures, vases, tombs, caskets, etc that were made. They all seem to be cast too and their impossibility of manufacture changes from aliens, advanced machines and other farcical explanations to the idea that they just had some really smart chemist.

    As for the water erosion on the pyramids. I haven't heard of it placed in context like you did. It's very interesting. I wonder how people can say wind eroded the pyramids but only at a certain level (relating to the sea levels). Wouldn't it erode it all over? Since wind born sand can only be lofted so high wouldn't it have more erosion on the bottom with erosion tapering towards the top? There being a few defined specific levels of erosion would seem to be counter to the random nature of sand carried by the wind eroding the structure.

    1. I am not greatly ingrained in the science suffounding the natural means, whether mechanical or or non mechanical, acoustical, graitational or fringe edge means that migh have been used in the consturction process of both the Giza Platreau and the Cheops Pyramid. From what can be gathered locally, it is readilly apparant that the following technologines have been used quite extensicely. i.e. Sawing with a long extended saws, gererally in banks or groups, high speed large core drills, along with some form of high speed abrasion or sanding like mechanisms. As well as something akin to our high speed grinders. They obviousily used some form of water jet for detail cutting, probably accompanied by a different form of air or high pressure gas cutting. Speculating on exactly what they used and how they used it is just mental playgroung for the uninspired. So I tend to not put a lot of time and effort into that type of specultation.