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Dixon Relics Carbon Dated to show they are older than when pyramid said to have been built.


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https://www.cnn.com/style/article/dixon-relics-great-pyramid-of-giza-discovery-intl-hnk-scli-scn/index.html

 

Perhaps they were venerated and after the pyramid was built they were put inside for safe keeping. 


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Or perhaps you can't properly date the pyramids because it's impossible to date limestone and granite.

As we know, limestone is sedimentary and therefore mostly what is remaining is granite. 

You can tell how old the granite was when it was formed, but you can't tell how old the granite was when it was cut into blocks. (right?- if you can, how? ) 

 

For all we know, the opposite option of my headline may be true: the wood was placed in the pyramid when it was new, and therefore the pyramid is older than Khufu. 


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Posted by: @christibrany

the pyramid is older than Khufu.

Yeah. Kufull fill/kill may have appropriated a vacant pyramid for his Atum tomb. Manly P Hall sais saline watermarks on the pyramids showed they were 80,000 years old. But I guess I misplaced the Lab data Report that confirmed this statement. Or maybe I never had it in the first place.

Have you noticed the threads turning toward, um, bizarre, unprovable stuff that is claimed to be true, but with little backup when it comes to verification? It is a surge from the lower astral plane, mixed with paranoia. Those treading The Path are "supposed" to reject media viewing, so they will have more time to do the work ... without mental agitation and surmisal interfering with doing that work.

Well, we're not at Cefalu, where newspapers were forbidden and caused fights when smuggled in. No, we (you -anyone - I'm retired in more ways than one) must interface with the wonderful world of external reality, and you -anyone- can pick up mental viruses just by going to work, or the store, or by purposely searching out stuff on the very wild very worldly web of illusion.

U.G. was right: You (we) are screwed, because there's No Way Out.

 


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@shiva

 

I understand what you are talking about. And we talked about this privately. 

The media is stupid and poison.

They have an agenda. You put it simpler not to hurt peoples feelings.

What i am saying right now at 1602 rocky mountain time is I have seen a huge egress of humans being antisocial. They are all stuck in their houses on their own recognisance. Good luck with your personal prison.

We can all take walks etc but the point of the Pyramids are that we can ascend in our own mind, out of body with meditation and realise with full minds what they really mean. 

 

sorry- emotional input override. 

 

RE manly p hall. Hes a good chap . was.I have his books. I shall have to check RE pyramid age. 

 

 

 


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I have been to the Great Pyramids many times. What always bothered me about their construction is the near perfection of them. When contrasted to the pyramids in Saqqara, one gets the impression that the two pyramid complexes are built by entirely different civilization. In Saqqara, it is as if the Pharaohs contracted a Soviet cement collective to build the structures. The stones are laid in a haphazard way and are literally crumbling into sand. The Great Pyramids on the other hand seemed to have been built by the best Japanese construction company on the planet, with near perfect mortar joints that do not even allow a card to be slipped through. To the untrained eye, it seems as if someone was trying to make a bad copy of someone else's work.

You see the same phenomena in Machu Picchu where sloppy Inca construction is piled on top of near perfect oblong rocks fitted perfectly with no gaps in the joints. I agree with @Shiva, these structures could be a whole lot older than we imagine. 


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Thanks for the link @christibrany an interesting story, that could lend to interesting stories and was there not some story recently about some Crowley box? Some artifact of Boleskine and now we have a box, and while I did not read the story to carefully, there was a reference to Scotland....

Just prior to reading this nice conversation, I was thinking, here after our first few days with below zero and lots of snow, about the burial of organic material to which then the thought of Steiner and the  use of the cow horn as not only by shape but by it being a box...

I have  dissembled orgone box rescued after having been savaged by teenage children of hippies...I may well revive that as a bastion against the ever present plague...

@faustian well I have already enjoyed the travel guide through Cairo last spring and on other occasions....of course one comes to the pyramids....how about a trip on the nile next....


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@hadgigegenraum I have done the trip down the Nile, starting in Luxor and ending up in Aswan. I will say this, if you book this trip, make sure that you spend the last nights at the Old Cataract hotel in Aswan - the views are simply spectacular. 

It is also where they filmed the Egyptian version of the Grande Hotel series - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwAr8X9H6gQ


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@faustian

Happy Solstice All!

to be sailing down the Hpy now

In a cosmic sense I suppose, the ever flowing river

the stars must have been magnificent

thanks for the tip on the hotel

The Old Cataract you don't say

I had friends living in Africa who did the trip during Arab Spring

everything tourist was deserted

the trip was say by description uncluttered and delicious

onward!

 

93

HG

 

 


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