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Scientists discover secret of pyramids' construction

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by CTZonEdit, May 1, 2014.

  1. CTZonEdit

    CTZonEdit Site Administrator Staff Member

    Scientists discover secret of pyramids' construction

  2. Blake Henry

    Blake Henry New Member

    It's amazing how 'ancient Egyptians' (that are supposed to be not as intelligent as we are today) could build the biggest structures ever built on earth without machinery. Evolutionist have a problem admitting they were so smart way back then. They often take the view that aliens from another world had to have helped them.
  3. CoreIssue

    CoreIssue Administrator Staff Member

    The whole pyramid thing is interesting. But I think scientists totally miss some of the facts because they dismiss the Bible.

    A couple of scientists have proven that the Great Pyramid is far older than the smaller pyramids. Same with the Sphinx.

    There is proven water erosion from heavy rains, etc, on the Sphinx, so it came from a time period before the dry conditions we know now.

    So, I believe they were built before the Flood and the Egyptians adopted them and build their culture around them.

    It also is supported by before the Flood people lived a lot longer and had more brain power.

    After the Flood God added meat to our diets to replace what we had lost the ability to adsorb, etc, from grains and fruit. Lives where shortened, we lost about 90% of our brain capacity, etc.

    And, of course, with the limited population, genetic degeneration escalated.

    All ties together when considered in full.

    Nor was it only the pyramids. Look at some of the impossible things accomplished on South America as well. Multiple ton stones moved from one mountain top to another.

    And so much more.

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