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So how did the Egyptians build the Great Pyramid?

Here’s a little National Geographic lesson for you archaeology buffs.  Quite fascinating, indeed…


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  1. Rampless Pyramid construction by the ancient method emerged in August 2006.

    Ramps were not required at Giza. A Pyramid’s four sides were used to build the Pyramid progressively using an ancient step walking wooden pinion-pulley. Consider how a three wheel step-trolley operates on steps – ramps are not required – forget about ramps period!

    The pinion-pulley is an ancient Egyptian excavated artefact and its components can be see in The Louvre Museum in Paris.

    The ancient method is fully explained in a book titled “Raising Stone 1”. Take a look at how the pulley step walks on the media page at http://www.haitheory.com

  2. this doesn’t help at all!

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