Comments on The Great Pyramid
The answer given that is said to come from Billy
is hard to belieave.The answer states that the Pyramids were built for protection and a shelter. Any person that has visited Egypt like i have or know of there history will know that that answer is Ridiculous !! I have been in the Pyrimids and its almost entirely stone and only have small passages that leads to the burial chamber which can only hold about 60 people plus the Hieroglyphics in the Pyrimids tell you that it was built as a tomb for the Pharaohs so its No way possible it could have been built as a shelter. Its obvious that someone other than Billy gave that answer and whom every posted that answer should never post again because mistakes like that makes people believe that all of the information on the website is untrue. Please explain this answer with proof it was answered by Billy. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Also the part where the person who asked the question says the Pyrimids were built 73,000 years ago is also very untrue. Please explain !
--Tk 08:50, 8 October 2010 (BST)
Tk, everything changes through time. Agree? Did it not occur to you that the interior, exterior or both could have changed considerably over the long 73,000 years the great pyramid is said to have existed?
The great big stones that the pyramids consists of would be difficult to move or replace one would naturally think however there could exist or have existed large caverns beneath the pyramids that would serve as larger storage or living areas with the pyramids themselves serving as observation points.
When considering the age of the structure, 73,000 years ago is possible I would say. Do we have an accurate method of measuring the age of stone yet? Carbon dating perhaps? What stone or stones should be used for the measurement? A central block perhaps, deep inside the pyramid? Has this been done yet?
The reason why it was built may be different. I might verify it and post it again.
Many questions lie unanswered so neither you nor anyone should come to conclusions so easily and hastily, don't you agree?
--Jamesm 19:58, 8 October 2010 (BST)
Well this page already says that it was built for protection reasons. Asket's Explanations - Part 4 talks about it further.
--Jamesm 21:04, 8 October 2010 (BST)
Tk, pyramids are rather tricky like a Rubix Cube only in a different dimensional configuration I think I saw that on Stargate or was it Indiana Jones. I think some may be exactly as is but some might have been altered a bit so some folks don't utilize it's many other possible capabilities. :) There could be tons of secret passages that have been touched up because how did the Giza get all the way down below the pyramid to there mighty station of evil? I'm sure our good space buddies have done a nice job fixing that possible dilemma or they have some real good super glue. Just make sure there are no Giza underneath your pyramid and don't accidently trigger a wrong block or who knows the dangers. j/k To answer you question of course it could have been a shelter back then I'm sure they would rather live than have a 5 star deluxe size suite with all the fixings. I'm also certain if the pyramid interior was as small as you say only the high and mighty or highly ranked and wealthy found there way into the pyramid for protection. It's absolutely logical in that sense if you mean Tk that if they could fit the entire population at that time most likely not.
--Markvd 21:50, 8 October 2010 (BST)
Hello Jamesm & Markvd
Thank you 2 for the response. I want to first say i love how you 2 support Billy's work and statements. It shows he has strong support and believers. I did'nt think i would get a answer to that tough question. However since i like Billy and i am fascinated with his work im going to get on the bus with you 2 on this one even though i dont completely agree with the answer but a lot of things in life are very hard to understand. If you 2 ever get a chance to go to Egypt you will clearly see and understand my argument. Also im going to try to except the age of 73,000 years even though that would mean that the egyptions did'nt build them which also would mean that it was built before the Atlantians or the Lamurians which according to Billy if I'm not wrong was on the earth 50,000 years ago. See now where I'm comming from, something is'nt adding up ! However since I have talked to Wendelle Stevens in the past who strongly supports Billy and i trust Wendelle I'm going to get on this bus ride with you'all and hope we are going in the right direction. Thank You again for responding.
--Tk 10:14, 9 October 2010 (BST)
Tk, did you consider that you could hide underneath a pyramid when a comet strike is impending? Or can you come up with a better hideout in the area of Egypt?
--Sanjin 16:19, 9 October 2010 (BST)
Salome Sanjin and Tk,
I was thinking of what you said and indeed a pyramid is an architectural masterpiece. Because of its shape it concentrates the highest weight in the middle of the rectangele and because of the bigger aeria on the bottom it must have also with this weight an immense frictional force/resistance aainst displacements and thus it could resist forces from nature such like tsunamis, overfloodings and earthquakes ect........ Also because of it's even surface and peak it does not give a chance to water to exerce its erosion power in full force........ The aeria around the cheops and Gizeh pyramid is mostly flat so actually a good replacement/compesation for mountains....
You are right Tk, the truth is not that what everybody wants to hear, me included :), but about what is real. It is like one does not see behind the horizon of our earth, but behind the horizon, other humans very well exist and animals..... we do not see them but we know that they are there....... from hearing or from the own experience.....
That is part of your personal work, so that it will "add up" - The Plejarens and Billy gave us enough of homework to do for many thousand years ;). But i am confident that you will find your way out ;)
--Neckel 19:15, 9 October 2010 (BST)
Maybe humans were smaller back then. Perhaps only half the size of us today. After all the newer generation keep growing taller.
--Bigfoot 06:18, 18 October 2010 (BST)
I hope you are well. Regarding the Great Pyramid, do you know when (approx.) it was built?
--Maurizio65 16:59, 14 June 2011 (BST)
Maurizio, it was built approx 73,000 years ago.
--Jamesm 22:14, 14 June 2011 (BST)
yes reading with more accuracy the text in "Asket's Explanations (Partial excerpt from Asket's explanations from February 9th, 1953, during a second visit in the Cheops Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.)" finally I have understand. You are right, about 73,300 years ago.
And about 300 years before the Great Deluge of 9,545 BC "the pyramids were maintained and also their outer sides were covered with very thick layers of lime in order to keep the water out".
Now is absolutely clear for me, thanks.
(I live in Italy and I have some difficult with English expecially in long text)
--Maurizio65 07:40, 18 June 2011 (BST)