oscar roberts (184.108.40.206)
|Posted on Wednesday, February 20, 2002 - 12:04 pm: ||
Mr.Guardian/ pROCESS is a path in which step by step we achieve knowledge and gain a little more in progress. Nothing like the Great Pyramid is compared with the other pyramids,mastabas and temples.If with our technology we are unable to explain how they built a 45 floor building of stone (and you are here cos you also wanna know for sure)is a must looking for an upper knowledge. Don`t you think is simple logic to do that?
Brent Benjamin (220.127.116.11)
|Posted on Wednesday, February 20, 2002 - 01:56 pm: ||
Oscar, until you actually study the other pyramids, you might want to consider some restraint in wild overreaching conclusions. Sneferu was responsible for far more building of pyramids, than was his son, Khufu. The second, fourth and fifth largest pyramids are attributed to Sneferu. The Bent, likely finished less than ten years before the Great was begun, has more chambers, higher ceilings and more entrances than the Great. You jump to the conclusion that we are unable to explain how the GP was built. That is not correct. You need to hit the books. I suggest you start with a general pyramid book, such as Mark Lehner's, and progress to Dieter Arnold's book on construction processes. No mystery here and no "upper knowledge." Just human beings being creative and using their minds.