The Andites and the Pyramids

Message: 72913
From: Ernest Moyer
Subject: The Andites and the Pyramids
Date: Tue, Jul 12, 2005, 11:51 AM
Topic: Study
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Well, Matthew, you hooked me.

I have done a thorough mathematical and historical study of the Great Pyramids of Egypt.

http://www.egyptorigins.com/oldkingdompro.htm

I highlight some aspects:

The Saqqara is NOT the most exquisite. The most exquisite is the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops).

Saqqara was where they learned how build large structures in stone.

After that, they devised a huge construction project, that included at least seven structures, and two delimiters, Saqqara being the terminus a quo, and Menkaure being the terminus ad quem.

http://www.egyptorigins.com/or1.htm

This huge project covered at least two hundred years AND HAD TO BE KNOWN BEFORE THE FIRST STRUCTURE WAS BUILT.

IT ALSO HAD TO HAVE A SUPERVISION, WITH FULL KNOWLEDGE OF THE DESIGN, TO BRING IT TO COMPLETION.

The reason: The Andites recognized themselves as a passing race, doomed to extinction. They left a record of themselves. This was their monument.

They planned that at some future time, when men became sufficiently advanced, their work would once again be recognized.

You can see the full display of my work at

http://www.egyptorigins.org/

The statements within the Urantia Papers are not correct. I discuss.

Ernest

Message: 72908
From: Matthew Block
Subject: The Andites and Pyramids
Date: Tue, Jul 12, 2005, 11:10 AM
Topic: Study
Reply to Message 72903

some info on the sakkara pyramid, which DOES seem to be the one the ub refers to as "the first and most exquisite" etc.

http://www.horus.ics.org.eg/en/WhereToGo/SakkaraPyramid.aspx

i just don't think it's the most exquisite, but perhaps it's a matter of taste. it also doesn't seem to have required much genius to design or construct . . . ?

isn't the cheops/khufu pyramid much more impressive?