Grand Gallery of the Great Pyramid likely has many illusive references and
concepts regarding it, but what if this internal ramp set is a two part
lift process for stone?What
if the main “filler” stones went up the slowly steeped ramp to the
center, while the large plates of granite went up rollers on these steep
ramp surfaces?You do realize that prior to now in the construction of the
pyramid the stones were roughly cut (broken) stones that were relatively
small compared to what we are led to believe?Are you aware that to use rollers effectively BOTH the ramp and the
stone itself must be smooth?The
first incidence we see of a smooth roller surface and smooth stones is the
Grand Gallery.These surfaces
were likely utilize a smooth roller set that would make large stone
handling of the type used in the upper rooms and chambers much easier.
understand that the use of wooden rollers would be extremely limited.Because of the imperfect stones and rough surfaces wooden rollers
would not have worked well.Wooden rollers would have actually been more problematic than
they would be worth.What we
will likely see is stone rollers with wooden pry-bar type mechanisms.
as we look at the next photo of the Grand Gallery ramp you will see a
steep ramp system with large rectangular holes on each side.Notice the holes are “balanced” so that there is one on
each side in opposition to the other.What this will indicate is these are roller stops.Very likely stone posts/rollers extended from one side to the
other, and allowed the slabs to be rolled from one stage to the next.As the stone slabs rolled over the rollers, the rollers traveled up
the ramp until they were “stopped” by the next roller stop.We shall see the roller stops served a multi-fold purpose as an
aligning tool for the Grand Gallery slabs as well.See an upcoming mechanical drawing on the slabs and slab movements.
at the Grand Gallery as it was seen in the early 1900’s.
at the lower end of the Grand Gallery ramp there is an opening for large
square rocks to pass through.In
the book, The Solomon Series: Great Pyramid Mystery Resolved
explains why some of the stones passed over head on the Grand Gallery ramp
and why some went towards the center of the Great Pyramid on another
the next two photos are for backer plates/roller stops for the ramp.
Virtually every roller stop along the Grand Gallery ramp has these type
markings, and none “lack” this marking type.It is fairly evident that a stone or wooden plank could have or
would have been set in here and wedges used to shim and align the wall
sections.Wood would have
been the preferred material, yet it would have deteriorated in the
wet/damp environment that followed construction of the Great Pyramid.This is why there is no record of anything in these spaces.As you can/will see in the Solomon Series of books, the internal
structure of the pyramid was saturated for up to 200-400 years after
construction.The presence of
bugs and such in Volume Two of the series is proof of moisture and bugs
that would have consumed all vegetation based items.
we can see a backer/alignment plate with a wedge system could have been
used to align the slabs, then a roller set across the ramp would use the
same backer plate/wedge mechanism as a roller stop.
Meanwhile since the structure was completely sealed and
empty when it was found, we must understand it is not a tomb.It was used for another purpose and the early explorers found
nothing ornate, nothing worth keeping, or nothing noteworthy
inside………….As they ventured in following the old “myth” of
pyramids being tombs, they missed the common sense approach that maybe
this structure had a greater purpose. Wouldn't you like to know the
real purpose? How and why it was built has
been released for free to the public in our book.
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