THAT “NEW” CORRIDOR IN THE GREAT PYRAMID
Now this article - shared by T.M. and many others of you - is fun, and of course I have to talk about it. After all, this website is the "Giza Community" - we call ourselves "Gizars" - and the website itself is named after my initial trilogy of books in this wild, wacky, and weird field of alternative research, The Giza Death Star. Besides, I have to blog about it because I just finished and released an updated version of those three books in a new book titled aptly enough The Giza Death Star Revisited.
In that new book, I very briefly mention this new chamber to acknowledge its existence, but I did not talk about it, the goal of the book being to revise and update the original three, which were originally published prior to the discovery of this new internal chamber, and also because of one very important fact about this new chamber...
We may put that fact this way: Anyone who has studied the Great Pyramid in any sort of depth knows that it is the most surveyed building on the planet. Virtually every dimension in the structure has been measured, re-measured, and measured yet again. A simple glance through the measures of the structure will return tables from Greaves, Kingsland, Piazzi-Smyth, Peter Tompkins, Stechinni, Sir Flinders Petrie, and - yes - even Sir Isaac Newton. It is upon the basis of those measurements and numbers that various hypotheses of the structure have been erected, including that the building was not built as and intended to be a tomb, as the following article which in its turn slavishly follows the Egyptological narradigm urges. This is also true of my weapon hypothesis.
In short, this chamber lacks utterly the kind of detailed metrological attention that has been showered on the rest of the structure over the ages, and particularly since the 18th century.
With that said, I do have some high octane speculation to advance, but only after the article and especially its pictures have been considered:
Inside the Great Pyramid of Giza's hidden chamber: Scientists get FIRST glimpse into mysterious 30ft-long corridor 'likely created to redistribute 4,500-year-old monument's weight' Hidden 30ft-long corridor found behind main entrance of Great Pyramid of Giza Experts say unfinished corridor was likely built to relieve weight of the pyramid
Notice first of all the nonsense about "experts say unfinished corridor was likely build to relieve the weight of the pyramid." Let me be one of the first out of the box to go on record and say that this is probably more of the sort of nonsense we pyramidiots in the alternative research community have come to expect from the Egyptology folks. The very same sorts of "experts" told use that the chambers above the King's Chamber and that were discovered by world class charlatan and hoaxer Colonel Vyse were also "relieving chambers" and that the rough finishing on the stones constituting the floors and ceilings of those chambers were because they were hidden and did not need to be so finely executed. Balderdash. As Christopher Dunn in his landmark and paradigm-shifting book The Giza Powerplant pointed out, the rough finishing was much more likely due to the acoustic properties of those stones, and the need to "fine tune" them to specific frequencies. Relieving the weight had absolutely nothing to do with it.
In looking at the pictures in the photograph accompanying the article, we see an important clue that, once again, the "expert opinion" is probably on the same order of reliability as Herodotus' observation that the workers who built the Great Pyramid were fed a diet of radishes, onions, and garlic! What we see is the familiar corbelled structure to disperse the load to the walls, and then we see a long column of about 30 feet in length,
So permit me to come straight to the high octane speculative point: we're looking at another structure inside the Great Pyramid whose primary function is not load-bearing or load-dispersing, but acoustic, and one which I feel confident in predicting will eventually be shown to incorporate dimensions that are harmonics of other prominent dimensions in the structure, particularly those of the Grand Gallery and King's Chamber.
If I may be even more blunt: we're looking at the analogue of a massive organ pipe on a pipe organ; we're looking at a column of air of a particular length, and therefore at a resonator of a particular frequency. Nothing less.
Forget about "load dispersion" and all that nonsense. Such factors are secondary to its primary acoustic function. That possibility raises the possibility that more such chambers - of varying dimensions perhaps - may ultimately be found. Personally, I'd not be surprised, for the machine and/or weapons hypotheses as thus far developed would seem to imply it.
See you on the flip side...
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