Firstly their complex designs suggest a use much more advanced than deterring robbers (the Egyptologist explanation).It would take about 50 men to lift the portcullis slabs into place, yet the narrow corridors they’re positioned into could have only been occupied by a few men at a time.” -W. Flinders Petrie, “The Pyramids and Temples at Gizeh,” (36) The pyramids also encode high mathematics supposedly unknown to the simple ancient Egyptians.In fact, the Great Pyramid is admittedly much more ancient than the Egyptians of history, as Hotema relates: When the most ancient Egyptians first saw the mysterious Sphinx and the great Pyramid of Gizeh, only their tops projected above the wind-blown sand of the desert.
After a few whacks at it, the copper chisel had a deep indent and not a chip of granite was displaced.
It was not a serious suggestion as to the method actually used.
but simply his way of expressing the impossibility of creating that artifact using nineteenth century technology.
“As Keel says in Disneyland of the Gods: We know that pyramid building was once a universal practice throughout the world.
Over six thousand years ago unknown peoples were assembling great pyramids in Mexico.