Why Ancient Pyramids Are Similar

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  1. Crates

    Crates Well-Known Member

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    Some interesting stuff. See if it's close to your views on this.




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  2. Alias3000

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    Nephillim built them
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  3. Namor

    Namor Prodigal Sun-god

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    murs...
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    pretty good find. it takes a rational perspective of the issue, and finds that

    1. ancient pyramids are in fact different, and
    2. their similarities are based on convergence and universal factors.
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    patrown student for life

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    this video is really good. thanks for posting it.
    i had a lot of wonders about why they all popped up.
    people just figured shit out the same way i guess.
    the two identical temples.. that was a trip.
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  6. Crates

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    I wished he could have touched on the pyramids in Nubia. Since they were close to Egypt I'd like to know the similarities and differences between the Nubian pyramids and those of Egypt.
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    Shut the fuck up, cunt.
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    If the only building material you can successfully manipulate into desired shapes are massive slabs of rock, the only structure you can build off of it are stable pyramids. Any other structure would collapse under its own weight.

    There is a reason no one is mystified by Aztec attempts at dodecahedron architecture.
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