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Who Built the Egyptian Pyramids?

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There is nothing complicated about the pyramids as a 2 year old can stack blocks without help

You are STUPID

That would take a two year old that is 500 feet tall. Can you imagine the size of the diaper they would need ?
LOL so the aliens came here from alpha centuria and couldn't figure out any better building material than stone.

Again the pyramids are not in any way complicated as they are merely one block stacked on another and repeat.
Yes, that is the only logical explanation for the pyramids.

Stone is a good building material and could easily survive the journey through space.

Ever see Ant-Man?
They could have just shrunk the pyramids down to where you could fit them in your pocket and then brought them back to normal size when they got here.

View attachment 489812

Makes more sense than a bunch of dumb Egyptians building them.
LOL so the aliens built the pyramids from space stone.

OK kid you are really ant man, at least in the IQ area anyway

Actually the quarries where the pyramid stone came from is well known as is the type of rock.

Seriously can you explain why the aliens brought their own stone to Earth to build?


Eleven miles away is NOT alien.

Surviving written records, including papyri discovered in 2013 at Wadi al-Jarf on Egypt's Red Sea coast, indicate that large groups of workers — sometimes translated as "gangs" — helped bring material to Giza.

The papyri found at Wadi al-Jarf tell of a group of 200 men headed by an inspector named Merer.

The group of workers transported limestone by boat along the Nile River a distance of about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Tura to the Great Pyramid, where the stone was used to build the outer casing of the monument.
The pyramids are likely lost technology and much older than believed. Great video that dispels much of establishment theories.

LOLOL.. Must have been the Annunaki.

They have recently found 8,000 year old stone monuments in the Arabian desert.
 

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There is nothing complicated about the pyramids as a 2 year old can stack blocks without help

You are STUPID

That would take a two year old that is 500 feet tall. Can you imagine the size of the diaper they would need ?
LOL so the aliens came here from alpha centuria and couldn't figure out any better building material than stone.

Again the pyramids are not in any way complicated as they are merely one block stacked on another and repeat.
Yes, that is the only logical explanation for the pyramids.

Stone is a good building material and could easily survive the journey through space.

Ever see Ant-Man?
They could have just shrunk the pyramids down to where you could fit them in your pocket and then brought them back to normal size when they got here.

View attachment 489812

Makes more sense than a bunch of dumb Egyptians building them.
LOL so the aliens built the pyramids from space stone.

OK kid you are really ant man, at least in the IQ area anyway

Actually the quarries where the pyramid stone came from is well known as is the type of rock.

Seriously can you explain why the aliens brought their own stone to Earth to build?


Eleven miles away is NOT alien.

Surviving written records, including papyri discovered in 2013 at Wadi al-Jarf on Egypt's Red Sea coast, indicate that large groups of workers — sometimes translated as "gangs" — helped bring material to Giza.

The papyri found at Wadi al-Jarf tell of a group of 200 men headed by an inspector named Merer.

The group of workers transported limestone by boat along the Nile River a distance of about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Tura to the Great Pyramid, where the stone was used to build the outer casing of the monument.
The pyramids are likely lost technology and much older than believed. Great video that dispels much of establishment theories.
The really amazing thing about the pyramids is that they were built before any sort of real writing that could detail how they were built
 

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There is NO evidence that the Hebrews were ever in Egypt.

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Who built the Egyptian pyramids?
Owen Jarus 3 hrs ago


Egypt's pyramids are an archaeological marvel, rising high above the desert sands and visible for miles on end. Building these pyramids was undoubtedly a mammoth task, so who were the individuals that pulled it off?

a man riding a horse in a desert with Great Pyramid of Giza in the background: A Bedouin on a camel by the Pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure at the Giza Necropolis in Egypt.© Provided by Live Science A Bedouin on a camel by the Pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure at the Giza Necropolis in Egypt.
There are many theories about who built Egypt's pyramids, including large teams of enslaved Jewish people and wilder ideas, such as inhabitants of the 'lost' city of Atlantis or even aliens.

None of these theories, however, have evidence to back them up.

The pyramids could not have been constructed by Jewish slaves, as no archaeological remains that can be directly linked to the Jewish people have been found in Egypt that date back to 4,500 years ago, when the Giza pyramids were built, archaeological research has revealed. Additionally the story told in the Hebrew Bible about Jews being slaves in Egypt refers to a city named "Ramesses." A city named pi-Ramesses was founded during the 19th dynasty (about 1295-1186 B.C.) and was named after Ramesses II, who ruled 1279–1213 BC. This city was constructed after the era of pyramid construction had ended in Egypt.

"We have no clue, not even a single word, about early Israelites in Egypt: neither in monumental inscriptions on walls of temples, nor in tomb inscriptions, nor in papyri," wrote archaeologists Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman in their book "The Bible Unearthed: Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of its Sacred Texts" (The Free Press, 2001).

What's more, no archaeological evidence has ever been found for the lost city of Atlantis in any time period, and many scholars believe that the story is fictional. As for aliens, well, that idea is out of this world.

In fact, all the evidence shows that the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids, Egyptologists say. But how the pyramid builders lived, how they were compensated and how they were treated is a mystery that researchers are still investigating.

The pyramids and their builders
Egypt has more than 100 ancient pyramids, but its most famous include the first step pyramid, built during the reign of the pharaoh Djoser (about 2630-2611 B.C.), and the first true pyramid — one that has smooth sides — built under the rule of pharaoh Snefru (about 2575-2551 B.C.), Mark Lehner wrote in his book, "The Complete Pyramids: Solving the Ancient Mysteries" (Thames & Hudson, 2008). The Great Pyramid was constructed at Giza during the reign of pharaoh Khufu (about 2551-2528 B.C.), and two of his successors, Khafre (about 2520-2494 B.C.) and Menkaure (about 2490-2472 B.C.), also had pyramids built at Giza.

Pharaohs gradually stopped building pyramids during the New Kingdom (1550-1070 B.C.), choosing instead to be buried in the Valley of the Kings, which is located about 300 miles (483 km) south of Giza, Lehner noted in his book. Over the past few decades, archaeologists have found new pieces of evidence that provide clues as to who the pyramid builders were and how they lived.

Surviving written records, including papyri discovered in 2013 at Wadi al-Jarf on Egypt's Red Sea coast, indicate that large groups of workers — sometimes translated as "gangs" — helped bring material to Giza. The papyri found at Wadi al-Jarf tell of a group of 200 men headed by an inspector named Merer. The group of workers transported limestone by boat along the Nile River a distance of about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Tura to the Great Pyramid, where the stone was used to build the outer casing of the monument.

In the past, Egyptologists had theorized that the pyramid builders were largely made up of seasonal agricultural workers who had reached a point in the year in which there was little agricultural work to be done. However, it remains to be seen whether this is actually true. The papyri detailing the pyramid's histories are still in the process of being deciphered and analyzed, but the results indicate that the gang led by Merer did far more than help with pyramid construction.

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Al Sharpton built the pyramids.
Al Sharpton WAS a pyramid------but he was eroded by wind and sand
 
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There is nothing complicated about the pyramids as a 2 year old can stack blocks without help

You are STUPID

That would take a two year old that is 500 feet tall. Can you imagine the size of the diaper they would need ?
LOL so the aliens came here from alpha centuria and couldn't figure out any better building material than stone.

Again the pyramids are not in any way complicated as they are merely one block stacked on another and repeat.
Yes, that is the only logical explanation for the pyramids.

Stone is a good building material and could easily survive the journey through space.

Ever see Ant-Man?
They could have just shrunk the pyramids down to where you could fit them in your pocket and then brought them back to normal size when they got here.

View attachment 489812

Makes more sense than a bunch of dumb Egyptians building them.
LOL so the aliens built the pyramids from space stone.

OK kid you are really ant man, at least in the IQ area anyway

Actually the quarries where the pyramid stone came from is well known as is the type of rock.

Seriously can you explain why the aliens brought their own stone to Earth to build?


Eleven miles away is NOT alien.

Surviving written records, including papyri discovered in 2013 at Wadi al-Jarf on Egypt's Red Sea coast, indicate that large groups of workers — sometimes translated as "gangs" — helped bring material to Giza.

The papyri found at Wadi al-Jarf tell of a group of 200 men headed by an inspector named Merer.

The group of workers transported limestone by boat along the Nile River a distance of about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Tura to the Great Pyramid, where the stone was used to build the outer casing of the monument.
The pyramids are likely lost technology and much older than believed. Great video that dispels much of establishment theories.
The really amazing thing about the pyramids is that they were built before any sort of real writing that could detail how they were built

4500 years ago? or 4500 BC? Sumer had a written language long before Adam and Eve as well as agriculture, irrigation and sailboats.

And now this.


Excerpt:

Scattered across 77,000 square miles of desert in northwest Arabia, the mustatils (the name comes from the Arabic word for “rectangle”) were built between 8,500 and 4,800 years ago, during the period known as the Middle Holocene, according to a report published last week in the journal Antiquity.

Through satellite imagery, helicopter and ground surveys, and excavations, the study identified more than 1,000 mustatils, typically built in clusters. That’s more than double the number previously thought to exist.

The project, led by a team from the University of Western Australia, is being funded by the Royal Commission for AlUla, which is hoping to drive tourism to the nearby site of AlUla.

Experts had previously raised numerous theories as to the structures’ purpose, including as animal enclosures, burial sites, or territory markers. But the new study shows that the mustatils‘s walls would have been too low to prevent animals from escaping.

The locations of <em>mustatils</em> in northwest Saudia Arabia. Image courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
The locations of mustatils in northwest Saudia Arabia. Image courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

“You don’t get a full understanding of the scale of the structures until you’re there,” archaeologist Hugh Thomas, the director of the project, told New Scientist. “It’s not designed to keep anything in, but to demarcate the space that is clearly an area that needs to be isolated.”

Archaeologists found animal bones on the sites, which seem to be the remains of religious offerings. The presence of cattle skulls in particular suggests the existence of prehistoric cattle cult.

“We think people created these structures for ritual purposes in the Neolithic [era], which involved offering sacrifices of wild and domestic animals to an unknown deity/deities,” Thomas told the Art Newspaper.

A cattle horn found at a <em>mustatil</em>, suggesting ritual sacrifice. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
A cattle horn found at a mustatil, suggesting ritual sacrifice. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

The largest mustatils are more than 1,500 feet long, with one example constructed from 12,000 tons of basalt stone. Some are simple constructions, with low rock walls forming long rectangles. But others are far more complex, with pillars, interior walls, and small chambers that may have been used for ritual sacrifices.

During the construction of the mustatils, Saudi Arabia would have been all but unrecognizable to contemporary eyes, a verdant green landscape where there is now arid desert.

“The environment was certainly much more humid during this period,” Melissa Kennedy, assistant director of the Aerial Archaeology in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia project, told Live Science. “Cattle need a lot of water to survive.”

Three mustatils. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
Three mustatils. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

But there were also periods of drought, suggesting the ancient people who built these structures may have been making offerings asking for rainfall, which is essential for raising cattle.

“These thousands of mustatils really show the creation of a monumental landscape,” Huw Groucutt, an archaeologist at Germany’s Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History who has separately studied mustatils, told NBC News. “They show that this part of the world is far from the eternal empty desert that people often imagine, but rather somewhere that remarkable human cultural developments have taken place.”

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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle
 
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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.
 

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There is nothing complicated about the pyramids as a 2 year old can stack blocks without help

You are STUPID

That would take a two year old that is 500 feet tall. Can you imagine the size of the diaper they would need ?
LOL so the aliens came here from alpha centuria and couldn't figure out any better building material than stone.

Again the pyramids are not in any way complicated as they are merely one block stacked on another and repeat.
Yes, that is the only logical explanation for the pyramids.

Stone is a good building material and could easily survive the journey through space.

Ever see Ant-Man?
They could have just shrunk the pyramids down to where you could fit them in your pocket and then brought them back to normal size when they got here.

View attachment 489812

Makes more sense than a bunch of dumb Egyptians building them.
LOL so the aliens built the pyramids from space stone.

OK kid you are really ant man, at least in the IQ area anyway

Actually the quarries where the pyramid stone came from is well known as is the type of rock.

Seriously can you explain why the aliens brought their own stone to Earth to build?


Eleven miles away is NOT alien.

Surviving written records, including papyri discovered in 2013 at Wadi al-Jarf on Egypt's Red Sea coast, indicate that large groups of workers — sometimes translated as "gangs" — helped bring material to Giza.

The papyri found at Wadi al-Jarf tell of a group of 200 men headed by an inspector named Merer.

The group of workers transported limestone by boat along the Nile River a distance of about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Tura to the Great Pyramid, where the stone was used to build the outer casing of the monument.
The pyramids are likely lost technology and much older than believed. Great video that dispels much of establishment theories.
The really amazing thing about the pyramids is that they were built before any sort of real writing that could detail how they were built

4500 years ago? or 4500 BC? Sumer had a written language long before Adam and Eve as well as agriculture, irrigation and sailboats.

And now this.


Excerpt:

Scattered across 77,000 square miles of desert in northwest Arabia, the mustatils (the name comes from the Arabic word for “rectangle”) were built between 8,500 and 4,800 years ago, during the period known as the Middle Holocene, according to a report published last week in the journal Antiquity.

Through satellite imagery, helicopter and ground surveys, and excavations, the study identified more than 1,000 mustatils, typically built in clusters. That’s more than double the number previously thought to exist.

The project, led by a team from the University of Western Australia, is being funded by the Royal Commission for AlUla, which is hoping to drive tourism to the nearby site of AlUla.

Experts had previously raised numerous theories as to the structures’ purpose, including as animal enclosures, burial sites, or territory markers. But the new study shows that the mustatils‘s walls would have been too low to prevent animals from escaping.

The locations of <em>mustatils</em> in northwest Saudia Arabia. Image courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
The locations of mustatils in northwest Saudia Arabia. Image courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

“You don’t get a full understanding of the scale of the structures until you’re there,” archaeologist Hugh Thomas, the director of the project, told New Scientist. “It’s not designed to keep anything in, but to demarcate the space that is clearly an area that needs to be isolated.”

Archaeologists found animal bones on the sites, which seem to be the remains of religious offerings. The presence of cattle skulls in particular suggests the existence of prehistoric cattle cult.

“We think people created these structures for ritual purposes in the Neolithic [era], which involved offering sacrifices of wild and domestic animals to an unknown deity/deities,” Thomas told the Art Newspaper.

A cattle horn found at a <em>mustatil</em>, suggesting ritual sacrifice. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
A cattle horn found at a mustatil, suggesting ritual sacrifice. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

The largest mustatils are more than 1,500 feet long, with one example constructed from 12,000 tons of basalt stone. Some are simple constructions, with low rock walls forming long rectangles. But others are far more complex, with pillars, interior walls, and small chambers that may have been used for ritual sacrifices.

During the construction of the mustatils, Saudi Arabia would have been all but unrecognizable to contemporary eyes, a verdant green landscape where there is now arid desert.

“The environment was certainly much more humid during this period,” Melissa Kennedy, assistant director of the Aerial Archaeology in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia project, told Live Science. “Cattle need a lot of water to survive.”

Three mustatils. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
Three mustatils. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

But there were also periods of drought, suggesting the ancient people who built these structures may have been making offerings asking for rainfall, which is essential for raising cattle.

“These thousands of mustatils really show the creation of a monumental landscape,” Huw Groucutt, an archaeologist at Germany’s Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History who has separately studied mustatils, told NBC News. “They show that this part of the world is far from the eternal empty desert that people often imagine, but rather somewhere that remarkable human cultural developments have taken place.”

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Look kid if you believe in the adam and eve story then you do not believe that there was a language before the first people ever. So again Doctor, stop embarrassing yourself in a public forum.
 

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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses
 
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There is nothing complicated about the pyramids as a 2 year old can stack blocks without help

You are STUPID

That would take a two year old that is 500 feet tall. Can you imagine the size of the diaper they would need ?
LOL so the aliens came here from alpha centuria and couldn't figure out any better building material than stone.

Again the pyramids are not in any way complicated as they are merely one block stacked on another and repeat.
Yes, that is the only logical explanation for the pyramids.

Stone is a good building material and could easily survive the journey through space.

Ever see Ant-Man?
They could have just shrunk the pyramids down to where you could fit them in your pocket and then brought them back to normal size when they got here.

View attachment 489812

Makes more sense than a bunch of dumb Egyptians building them.
LOL so the aliens built the pyramids from space stone.

OK kid you are really ant man, at least in the IQ area anyway

Actually the quarries where the pyramid stone came from is well known as is the type of rock.

Seriously can you explain why the aliens brought their own stone to Earth to build?


Eleven miles away is NOT alien.

Surviving written records, including papyri discovered in 2013 at Wadi al-Jarf on Egypt's Red Sea coast, indicate that large groups of workers — sometimes translated as "gangs" — helped bring material to Giza.

The papyri found at Wadi al-Jarf tell of a group of 200 men headed by an inspector named Merer.

The group of workers transported limestone by boat along the Nile River a distance of about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Tura to the Great Pyramid, where the stone was used to build the outer casing of the monument.
The pyramids are likely lost technology and much older than believed. Great video that dispels much of establishment theories.
The really amazing thing about the pyramids is that they were built before any sort of real writing that could detail how they were built

4500 years ago? or 4500 BC? Sumer had a written language long before Adam and Eve as well as agriculture, irrigation and sailboats.

And now this.


Excerpt:

Scattered across 77,000 square miles of desert in northwest Arabia, the mustatils (the name comes from the Arabic word for “rectangle”) were built between 8,500 and 4,800 years ago, during the period known as the Middle Holocene, according to a report published last week in the journal Antiquity.

Through satellite imagery, helicopter and ground surveys, and excavations, the study identified more than 1,000 mustatils, typically built in clusters. That’s more than double the number previously thought to exist.

The project, led by a team from the University of Western Australia, is being funded by the Royal Commission for AlUla, which is hoping to drive tourism to the nearby site of AlUla.

Experts had previously raised numerous theories as to the structures’ purpose, including as animal enclosures, burial sites, or territory markers. But the new study shows that the mustatils‘s walls would have been too low to prevent animals from escaping.

The locations of <em>mustatils</em> in northwest Saudia Arabia. Image courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
The locations of mustatils in northwest Saudia Arabia. Image courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

“You don’t get a full understanding of the scale of the structures until you’re there,” archaeologist Hugh Thomas, the director of the project, told New Scientist. “It’s not designed to keep anything in, but to demarcate the space that is clearly an area that needs to be isolated.”

Archaeologists found animal bones on the sites, which seem to be the remains of religious offerings. The presence of cattle skulls in particular suggests the existence of prehistoric cattle cult.

“We think people created these structures for ritual purposes in the Neolithic [era], which involved offering sacrifices of wild and domestic animals to an unknown deity/deities,” Thomas told the Art Newspaper.

A cattle horn found at a <em>mustatil</em>, suggesting ritual sacrifice. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
A cattle horn found at a mustatil, suggesting ritual sacrifice. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

The largest mustatils are more than 1,500 feet long, with one example constructed from 12,000 tons of basalt stone. Some are simple constructions, with low rock walls forming long rectangles. But others are far more complex, with pillars, interior walls, and small chambers that may have been used for ritual sacrifices.

During the construction of the mustatils, Saudi Arabia would have been all but unrecognizable to contemporary eyes, a verdant green landscape where there is now arid desert.

“The environment was certainly much more humid during this period,” Melissa Kennedy, assistant director of the Aerial Archaeology in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia project, told Live Science. “Cattle need a lot of water to survive.”

Three mustatils. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.
Three mustatils. Photo courtesy of the Royal Commission for AlUla.

But there were also periods of drought, suggesting the ancient people who built these structures may have been making offerings asking for rainfall, which is essential for raising cattle.

“These thousands of mustatils really show the creation of a monumental landscape,” Huw Groucutt, an archaeologist at Germany’s Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History who has separately studied mustatils, told NBC News. “They show that this part of the world is far from the eternal empty desert that people often imagine, but rather somewhere that remarkable human cultural developments have taken place.”

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Look kid if you believe in the adam and eve story then you do not believe that there was a language before the first people ever. So again Doctor, stop embarrassing yourself in a public forum.

I'm not a doctor. Read History Begins at Sumer by Sanuel Noah Kramer.. He spent his life translating cuniform tablets.

Adam and Eve is the Jewish creation story... where the Adamic line came from.. but there were many advanced civilization prior to their narrative.
 

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There is NO WAY ancient humans could have constructed something as massive and complex as the pyramids.

The only logical explanation is that Ancient Aliens constructed the pyramids on their planet and transported them to Egypt.
There is nothing complicated about the pyramids as a 2 year old can stack blocks without help
even if they weigh a few tons?....
 
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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses

Nope..The climate changed as the glaciers far north of them retreated. As Arabia became more arid the Arabs began migrating north in waves 10,000 years earlier to Palestine, Syria, the Levant and Mesopotaia.
 

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I'm not sure the Bible says anything about Israel being in Egypt to build pyramids. They could have come later and been numbered among the various Levantine people who inhabited Egypt at the end of Egypt's Bronze Age.

Bandits, mercenaries, and slaves migrated to Egypt at this time, and like other ancients, Egyptians called these invaders "Sea Peoples."
Could have been Mexicans
Egypt does not have a wall you know
and they will do the work that the Egyptians would not do.....
 

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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses

Nope..The climate changed as the glaciers far north of them retreated. As Arabia became more arid the Arabs began migrating north in waves 10,000 years earlier to Palestine, Syria, the Levant and Mesopotaia.

People MIGRATE -----like bugs and birds ----and they BECOME different "PEOPLES" just like bugs and birds SPECIATE
 

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There is NO evidence that the Hebrews were ever in Egypt.

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Who built the Egyptian pyramids?
Owen Jarus 3 hrs ago


Egypt's pyramids are an archaeological marvel, rising high above the desert sands and visible for miles on end. Building these pyramids was undoubtedly a mammoth task, so who were the individuals that pulled it off?

a man riding a horse in a desert with Great Pyramid of Giza in the background: A Bedouin on a camel by the Pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure at the Giza Necropolis in Egypt.© Provided by Live Science A Bedouin on a camel by the Pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure at the Giza Necropolis in Egypt.
There are many theories about who built Egypt's pyramids, including large teams of enslaved Jewish people and wilder ideas, such as inhabitants of the 'lost' city of Atlantis or even aliens.

None of these theories, however, have evidence to back them up.

The pyramids could not have been constructed by Jewish slaves, as no archaeological remains that can be directly linked to the Jewish people have been found in Egypt that date back to 4,500 years ago, when the Giza pyramids were built, archaeological research has revealed. Additionally the story told in the Hebrew Bible about Jews being slaves in Egypt refers to a city named "Ramesses." A city named pi-Ramesses was founded during the 19th dynasty (about 1295-1186 B.C.) and was named after Ramesses II, who ruled 1279–1213 BC. This city was constructed after the era of pyramid construction had ended in Egypt.

"We have no clue, not even a single word, about early Israelites in Egypt: neither in monumental inscriptions on walls of temples, nor in tomb inscriptions, nor in papyri," wrote archaeologists Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman in their book "The Bible Unearthed: Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of its Sacred Texts" (The Free Press, 2001).

What's more, no archaeological evidence has ever been found for the lost city of Atlantis in any time period, and many scholars believe that the story is fictional. As for aliens, well, that idea is out of this world.

In fact, all the evidence shows that the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids, Egyptologists say. But how the pyramid builders lived, how they were compensated and how they were treated is a mystery that researchers are still investigating.

The pyramids and their builders
Egypt has more than 100 ancient pyramids, but its most famous include the first step pyramid, built during the reign of the pharaoh Djoser (about 2630-2611 B.C.), and the first true pyramid — one that has smooth sides — built under the rule of pharaoh Snefru (about 2575-2551 B.C.), Mark Lehner wrote in his book, "The Complete Pyramids: Solving the Ancient Mysteries" (Thames & Hudson, 2008). The Great Pyramid was constructed at Giza during the reign of pharaoh Khufu (about 2551-2528 B.C.), and two of his successors, Khafre (about 2520-2494 B.C.) and Menkaure (about 2490-2472 B.C.), also had pyramids built at Giza.

Pharaohs gradually stopped building pyramids during the New Kingdom (1550-1070 B.C.), choosing instead to be buried in the Valley of the Kings, which is located about 300 miles (483 km) south of Giza, Lehner noted in his book. Over the past few decades, archaeologists have found new pieces of evidence that provide clues as to who the pyramid builders were and how they lived.

Surviving written records, including papyri discovered in 2013 at Wadi al-Jarf on Egypt's Red Sea coast, indicate that large groups of workers — sometimes translated as "gangs" — helped bring material to Giza. The papyri found at Wadi al-Jarf tell of a group of 200 men headed by an inspector named Merer. The group of workers transported limestone by boat along the Nile River a distance of about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Tura to the Great Pyramid, where the stone was used to build the outer casing of the monument.

In the past, Egyptologists had theorized that the pyramid builders were largely made up of seasonal agricultural workers who had reached a point in the year in which there was little agricultural work to be done. However, it remains to be seen whether this is actually true. The papyri detailing the pyramid's histories are still in the process of being deciphered and analyzed, but the results indicate that the gang led by Merer did far more than help with pyramid construction.

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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses

Nope..The climate changed as the glaciers far north of them retreated. As Arabia became more arid the Arabs began migrating north in waves 10,000 years earlier to Palestine, Syria, the Levant and Mesopotaia.

People MIGRATE -----like bugs and birds ----and they BECOME different "PEOPLES" just like bugs and birds SPECIATE

No they don't.. Hahahaha.. The Hebrews were north coast Canaanites and they worshippes the Canaanite pantheon that included El and Baal and Ashera.
 

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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses

Nope..The climate changed as the glaciers far north of them retreated. As Arabia became more arid the Arabs began migrating north in waves 10,000 years earlier to Palestine, Syria, the Levant and Mesopotaia.

People MIGRATE -----like bugs and birds ----and they BECOME different "PEOPLES" just like bugs and birds SPECIATE
PS---there is LINGUISTIC evidence that the hebrews were in Egypt
 
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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses

Nope..The climate changed as the glaciers far north of them retreated. As Arabia became more arid the Arabs began migrating north in waves 10,000 years earlier to Palestine, Syria, the Levant and Mesopotaia.

People MIGRATE -----like bugs and birds ----and they BECOME different "PEOPLES" just like bugs and birds SPECIATE
PS---there is LINGUISTIC evidence that the hebrews were in Egypt

Egypt also controlled Sinai and Canaan.
 

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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses

Nope..The climate changed as the glaciers far north of them retreated. As Arabia became more arid the Arabs began migrating north in waves 10,000 years earlier to Palestine, Syria, the Levant and Mesopotaia.

People MIGRATE -----like bugs and birds ----and they BECOME different "PEOPLES" just like bugs and birds SPECIATE

No they don't.. Hahahaha.. The Hebrews were north coast Canaanites and they worshippes the Canaanite pantheon that included El and Baal and Ashera.

those guys were not hebrews anymore than the cowboys of the woods and streams of the
PENNINSULA were "arabs"
 

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they weren't arabs then-----anymore than were the cattle

LOLOL.. Cattle haven't changed much in 20,000 years.. What would you call the people but Arabs? Arabia was a savanna with shallow lakes and rivers.

arabia did not become arabia until the ruminants ate the roots of the grasses

Nope..The climate changed as the glaciers far north of them retreated. As Arabia became more arid the Arabs began migrating north in waves 10,000 years earlier to Palestine, Syria, the Levant and Mesopotaia.

People MIGRATE -----like bugs and birds ----and they BECOME different "PEOPLES" just like bugs and birds SPECIATE
PS---there is LINGUISTIC evidence that the hebrews were in Egypt

Egypt also controlled Sinai and Canaan.
Sinai and not Canaan----not even Gaza
 

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There is NO WAY ancient humans could have constructed something as massive and complex as the pyramids.

The only logical explanation is that Ancient Aliens constructed the pyramids on their planet and transported them to Egypt.
There is nothing complicated about the pyramids as a 2 year old can stack blocks without help
even if they weigh a few tons?....
Sure you just have to be dumb enough to believe that the pharaoh was a God and that the only reason that he made you was to move stones
 

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