Mount Giza-the Shaft Build, the Last Theory on the Great Pyramids of Giza
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — How would you build the Great Pyramids if the Giza Plateau started as a 700′ vertical limestone Butte? That’s precisely what “Hemi”, David Anthony Hemstock, a forty-one year old independent writer, proposes and seeks to answer within this astonishing and repheticT 27,787 word research paper, Mount Giza-The Shaft Build.
Can a single creative idea explain the entire Giza construction phenomena, rewrite Man’s history, birth new origins for modern Man’s religious, governmental, and social constructs, while shredding volumes of widely held academic beliefs? Has science disproved Man’s written Gods?
The paper’s abstract, “The Great Pyramids of Giza, MG1T, MG2T, and MG3T were constructed, from the bottom to the top, and from the middle out T, Obelisk fashion, using advanced and sophisticated Civil, Material, Mechanical, Thermodynamic, Construction, and Mining Engineering systems from and within Mount Giza, an estimated 700′ vertical limestone Butte of the Mokattam Formation at Giza, by an advanced Civilization predating Dynastic Egypt, for the purpose of transferring all knowledge and science to any later Civilization,” paints the first broad and bold brush strokes of this ancient Egyptian collage, eluding to the paper’s mountain of revolutionary and intellectually shocking content.
Perhaps the most riveting of the Great Pyramid’s features, its inner shafts and chambers, Hemi explains, would have functioned as a massive steam engine. The central stone chamber, known as the Grand Gallery, would house a 30,000 pound piston that’s the workhorse of the system, built to build itself.
The paper details how a vertical construction shaft was mined and expanded outward, encompassing columns being added to the Obelisk core, until the pyramids were constructed within the cavernous shafts, ending with Mount Giza’s excavation.
Hemi said, “It’s simply the greatest magic trick ever! The mind will not envision Mount Giza while looking at the Great Pyramids resting on the Plateau. Nearly every stone of Man’s greatest structural accomplishment can be systematically explained with the right beginning. The only thing missing has been the imagination to see the invisible, and think the seeming impossible.”
The fantastic how of The Shaft Build is quickly dwarfed by the resulting who, when, what, and why of the project . Once again, reality trumps even the most fantastic fiction, promising to rewrite Egypt and modern Man’s history in total and overnight.
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