History: The Ancient Egyptian Pyramids

An Alternate guess for how the ancient pyramids in Egypt were built

Originally developed the following theory in 2014.

This was devised from thinking about the materials they definitely had available and forming the simplest method possible. Back then they had time, lots of time. They had architects and masons which spent their entire lives devoted to thinking about how to build things. And it was a common proffesion, so there were lots of people trying to figure things out. So it would make sense to think about the very simplest methods which would require the least amount of man power and effort.

See the below images and included descriptions.

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Step 3 NOTE: Step 3 was recently proven in October 2017 when researchers discovered water channels near some of the pyramids. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Also, the counter-weight levers could be calibrated for easier lifting, by adding sand to the precise counter-balancing weight for maximum efficiency. They very well could have had one large stone attached, then another box-like container to pour sand into. If you think about such a system carefully, it should become clear that it would take very little effort to move very heavy stones. We currently use such a counterbalance system on many large, modern cranes, video cameras jibs at events and entertainment venues, as well as in elevators. It is a very common method for modern technology, only in our modern world we have created extremely heavy metal weights instead of stones or sand. A modern video camera jib is a great example of the method in action, and what was the inspiration of coming up with this idea for moving egyptian stones. == The Whole Picture == Here is the entire process from start to finish in one big picture. Big Picture ==== Additional proof ==== If you don't think that lifting such heavy stones is possible with few people, have a look at the following article. This man builds huge stone monuments in is backyard in Flint, Michigan by himself with only rope, stone, and wood <iframe width=“560” height=“315” src=“https://www.youtube.com/embed/-K7q20VzwVs?rel=0” frameborder=“0” allowfullscreen></iframe> https://youtu.be/-K7q20VzwVs