This is the evidence I’ve been waiting. For several years now I’ve been hoping to find close-up detailed photographic evidence of Michel Barsoum’s and Joseph Davidovits’s theory that at least part of the Giza pyramids were cast in place using an ancient type of geopolymer. Well, here it is.
“Saihuite is about 4 hours drive south of Cusco Peru and is rarely visited by tourists. Its claim to fame is a large heavily carved stone, but beyond this, and in the nearby valley are clear examples of megalithic lost ancient technology that the resident Inca could not have made. They may be what remains of a mysterious culture that lived there 12,000 plus years ago.”
Illustrations and photographs clarify the stages of how the Pyramids of Egypt were built with Chris Massey’s water shaft theory.
Alternate title: How to Build an Earthbag House That Will Last as Long as the Pyramids. I can’t say for sure that the pyramids were built this way, but this video describes a reasonable theory of how the blocks of the pyramids were made with natural materials from the Giza Plateau – limestone, kaolin clay, … Read more