WERE THE PYRAMIDS IN EGYPT
WITH POURED CONCRETE IN MOLDS ?
Have you ever asked: How were some of the heaviest blocks in the
pyramid placed at great heights?
How were 22 acres of casing
blocks all made to fit so extremely close together?
How was all
of the work done in about twenty years?
How did workers manage to
make the pyramid faces absolutely flat?
How did they make the faces
meet at a perfect point at the summit? How did they make the tiers
How could the required amount of workers maneuver on the
How did they make the blocks so uniform? Experts only
guess. Egyptologists admit that the problems have not been resolved.
Since the early eighties, Prof. Joseph Davidovits is proposing that
the pyramids and temples of Old Kingdom Egypt were constructed using
agglomerated limestone, This type of fossil-shell limestone concrete
would have been cast or packed into molds. Egyptian workmen went to
outcrops of relatively soft limestone, disaggregated it with water,
then mixed the muddy limestone (including the fossil-shells) with
lime and tecto-alumino-silicate-forming materials (geosynthesis)
such as kaolin clay, silt, and the Egyptian salt natron (sodium
Davidovits’ research was fiercely opposed by some experts
(geologists and Egyptologists) who did not refrain from publicizing
the usual brickbats. The theory was finally published in a popular
book, in 1989, entitled: “The Pyramids: an enigma solved”
The websites linked below... reveal how Ancient Egyptians built the
pyramids using man-made stones, which look exactly like natural
rocks. The limestone blocks were cast in situ, employing an advanced
technology that was later lost, leaving a puzzle hidden for
thousands of years inside the pyramid stones. This theory
undoubtedly shed an amazing new light on what really happened in
Egypt in that remote era.