Perpetual motion in the Egyptian pyramids

November 27, 2011 3:16

Perpetual motion in the Egyptian pyramids

For the Egyptian pyramids spotted a strange feature: they can destructively affect the most modern and accurate equipment. According to some reports, goes down to 80% visited the pyramids near electronic devices. Older kairtsy say that during the Arab-Israeli war of 1967 three Israeli aircraft attempted to take low-level flight over the pyramids of Giza, one after the other in a completely unknown reason crashed into the sand. Ordinary Arabs attribute this "curse of the Pharaohs", scientists are trying to not pay attention to such oddities. Independent researchers also sometimes tend to think that inside the pyramid is a powerful source of electromagnetic radiation.

 Very strange results gave the study of the pyramids with a thermal imaging system. They showed that in the pyramid has several sources of extreme heat. What is this? Old power plants? Discovered in ancient times the legendary "perpetual motion"? The results of this study, almost traditionally blamed on mistakes of the device itself, the more so after returning from the expedition, he really started to produce strong disruptions.
Technology with which to build the pyramids, it seems, were very different from those used by the ancient Greeks and Romans. It was hardly the tens of thousands of slaves, described by ancient Greek historian Herodotus. And what did he know about the ancient technology, if the time of construction of the pyramids at Giza were separated the same for more than two millennia that separate us from the "father of history"? He, in fact, set forth only their opinions and judgments of contemporary Egyptian priests on how to be erected the pyramid. In accordance with the ideas of his time.
Archaeologist and Surveyor Flinders Petrie (1853-1942 years), examined the pyramid, made its findings on the technology of their construction. According to Petrie, the disposal of the old masters were instruments of this class, "which we have only recently re-invented." Archaeologist and Surveyor especially carefully examined the sarcophagus of the pyramid of Cheops, and reported that he had cut out of granite blocks and saws, "no less than 2.5 meters in length." Because the granite has a very high strength, we had to assume that the blade was made of brass and the cutting edges are equipped with more durable stone. Maybe diamonds.
More mystery surrounds the interior of the processing of the sarcophagus, which is much more difficult than cutting the block of rock. According to Petrie, for the Egyptians had to "move from a reciprocating to rotary cutting, as if turning the saw pipe, having made the formed tubular drill annular grooves and broke down the remaining pins, cores, they can work with minimal choose a large amount of material. The diameter of the drill pipe in the range from B to 130 mm, while the width of the cutting edge — from 0.8 to 5 millimeters. " Of course, Peter confessed that none of Egyptologists could not find themselves diamond drills and saws. However, the nature of the surfaces treated with drilling and sawing, convinced him of the existence of the ancient Egyptians such tools.
The deeper Petrie investigated the problem, the more mysterious stone-cutting technology became the ancient Egyptians. "One must wonder — says researcher — is the magnitude of cutting forces, which indicates the speed at which the drill and saw passed through the stone, apparently, when drilling granite 100mm drills load acting on them at least two tons."
Is not it strange that the so-called dawn of civilization over 4,500 years ago, the ancient Egyptians possessed a drill press with a force of the industrial age to the spindle in a ton or more, allowing them to cut into the hard stones, as in the oil.
Not missed by Flinders Petrie and diorite bowl era IV dynasty. Diorite — one of the hardest stones in the world, it is much harder than iron. However characters in bowls were cut very sharp instrument, and not scratched or abraded, as evidenced by the edge of the lines. "Since the line width of 0.17 mm, it is obvious that the hardness of the tool tip should be higher than that of silica, except Furthermore, its material must be sufficiently viscous to not crumble under such sharp edge (about 0.13 mm). It is known that could engrave the parallel lines in increments of 0.8 mm. " What is this tool, how it worked, how withstand such a high accuracy — is a mystery.
The pyramids were built not only by close to modern technology. They contain a proportion that show brilliant best knowledge of the ancient Egyptians in the field of mathematics. The angle of the side faces of the pyramid of Cheops — 52 degrees — is chosen so that the initial height of the monument — 146.6 meters — and the perimeter of its base — 92,085 feet — are in the same ratio as the radius of the sphere to its circumference. This ratio is 2PI. That is, the ancient Egyptians used this number long before the official opening of the ancient Greeks. In addition, researchers have found that in the planning of the Cheops pyramid is used, and so-called rule of the golden section, officially known architects of the Middle Ages. The height of the pyramid exactly a billion times smaller than the distance from Earth to the Sun.
If the age of the pyramids of academic science is fairly well defined and varies XXVII XXV century BC, the atlantologists allow much larger deviations from these terms. In their midst like to quote IX century Arab historian Ibn Abd Chokmah. He left the following entry for the history of the construction of the pyramids: "Most agree that the first pyramids were built Soridom ibn Solyukom, Pharaoh of Egypt, who ruled for three hundred years before the flood. The reason was that he saw in a dream, as if the whole earth is turned over … People were lying face down, and the stars were falling and hitting each other with a terrible crash. Waking up in horror, he gathered the high priests of all the provinces of Egypt, only one hundred and thirty men, led by Aklimonom and told them everything. They measured the height of the stars, and making calculations predicted a catastrophe. "
Sorid (Farid) built a 30 treasures by placing them in the pyramid. He filled them with gold, jewels, gems, vessels and ceramics, stainless steel arms, and, according to ancient writers, unbreakable glass, which can be bent. From this text it is clear that the author of Arabic 1000 years before the invention of stainless steel and plastics should have known of their existence.
Curiously, in recent times, new-age dating of standing next to the pyramids sphinx made on the nature of its erosion. Dating of these bring it to a hypothetical time of the Great Flood may have occurred in the ninth century BC. Scientists have noted that the heavy rains that are needed to cause the observed erosion of the Sphinx, stopped falling in Egypt for thousands of years to 2500 BC. e., when, according to Egyptologists, the Sphinx was built. That is, by the most conservative estimates of geological, construction of the Sphinx is, at least, to the period between 7000 and 5000 years BC. e. Then, according to Egyptology, the Nile Valley was inhabited only primitive Stone Age hunter-gatherers, whose limited set of tools sharp pieces of flint and sticks …
It seems that the more we learn about the pyramids, the greater becomes the mysteries around them.

Victor Bumagina

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