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Keyem marked it as to-read Apr 09, We placed our small sledge onto our model and on it a stone block of about 40 centimeters: Bryan Raharja added it Jan 24, Filelfo Chapter 2, pages – Note of the Translator.
While the huge sledge, pressed down by the huge monolith load, remained absolutely still up on the slope, the drenched woods were extracted and dry woods were brought in to be filed for the next flood and the next short movement upwards of the immense weight.
Taking precise measurements we could realize that the cubic wood, made of wooden fibres, expands when these fibers, by capillary, absorb water, and then it contracts under the action of the sun; the imbibed water evaporates and the wood dries.
Download your E-book Click to launch the full edition in a new window. Was there something within the pyramid that we have indeed seen when visiting it inside that we could somehow compare with the description given by Erodotus?
The ramp underwater could receive about 50 cubic woods: We may imagine from Erodotus that this channel flows into the Nile and it could have been used most probably to quickly dump the water that was used to wet the short cubic woods on the lower ramp.
He might have reasoned this way: This text is basically a manual for those who die to either achieve Nirvana after their death or be reincarnated in a new human form.
Lining up some fifty of these cubical woods, placed with their fibers across the line of intended motion for the reason illustrated above, he ordered his men to quickly wet them: We actually made a point to ideally identify ourselves with the ancient architect.
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What was the use of these two channels, one on the surface and the other underground? It is possible once everything started to work smoothly and with the sun in its fullest season, that they could advance some 5 or 6 meters a day, … We may therefore conclude that: I was especially drawn to the concept of self awareness and its connection to the eternal light. A huge sledge that supported one by one the enourmous blocks could have slided up over the two long smooth rims, as if on two large rails, that flank the Great Gallery in its lenght.
This procedure was repeated until the monolith reached the landing at the top. They even devised and positioned a spillway channel to prevent overflowing that may have wetted higher cubic woods above the lower ppincherle, to avoid an overdisplacement of the sledge and time consuming difficulties in adding a new cubic wood at the top of the line.
We know that the egyptians used the growth of wetted wedges positioned inside holes, to crack the stone: Probably a long line of wooden cubes made out of sawed tree trunks the ‘short cubic woods’ of Erodotus was arranged on the slope corresponding to the Grand Gallery and to the Ascending Passage the ‘gun’.
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The ancient architect may have said, almost poetically: Special plates, made of bronze perhaps, well greased, placed in the small ditches and in the niches functioned as rails and guard-rails, to prevent the sledge from heeling or hitting the lateral walls see picture: Gianpiero rated it really liked it Aug 13, Moreover Erodotus tells us that the waters of the Nile flowing through a channel went around the pyramid.
Let’s try to discover how such an enourmous problem could have been solved by some short cubic woods. Most probably the wood had been imported from Phoenicia where the huge and famous trees that went by the name of the ‘cedars of Lebanon’ grew strong and thick, or from the country of Sind, rich in sandal wood.
In order to solve this mystery we avoided making the problem of the construction of the pyramid an ancient problem, covered by the remote past and buried in time.
Filelfo Chapter 2, pages – To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The wood gets wet, and then it dries, this is obvious.
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Bardo Todol – Libro tibetano dei morti by Mario Pincherle. The short cubic woods were part of a huge piston that moved very slowly but with enormous power. The problem for us, having read Erodotus, was much easier in that his mention of ‘short cubic woods’ was indeed pjncherle helpfull. Mario Pincherle and his team since the beginning were interested in solving the problem of lifting the enourmous granite monoliths found within the Great Pyramid.
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Petralcare added it Feb 16, I will certainly look at life differently from now on and realize that whenever I have a bad thought or even feel sadness that this is only the result of the fact that I am human and can’t help myself.
Between the pistons and the fixed plug there may have been the presence of a fibrous and elastic subtance that thousands of years have evaporated: It is quite a complicated text but having read it I am left with a warm feeling about life and death rather than fear and sadness.
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Aug 05, Eva rated it it was amazing. CrossSection and the Zed. What was the outcome?
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The granite lids of the great tombs at the Serapeo, in Saqqara, were removed exactly by this system. A granite sledge of form and dimensions in accordance with our hypothesis has been found in by the egyptian archeologist Hasan Slim not far from the pyramid of Khufu. Bizio rated it liked it Feb 09, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The sledge had an horizontal loading floor and it was placed picherle the two large rims.