archaeology

What is the purpose of these measurements? What do you think will ...

February 2, 2008 By gizadev
    Well, as I indicated in The Giza Death Star, the ancient text of the Babylonian epic, the Lugal-e, states that individuals in the proximity of the Great Pyramid when it was fully functional experienced some sort of extreme "pulling" sensation. This suggests a highly locally modified field of gravitational acceleration. So if the texts are correct, and my hypothesis is correct, then I would expect greater-than-normal deviations around the masses of these two pyramids, and normal or less-than-normal deviations inside the Great Pyramid. Such deviations would confirm my hypothesis that the Pyramid is manipulating this fundamental force.