the ancient Science-Art against the Devil
The world is missing out on the presence of exact
Too bad, because research of ancient art
answers to many old mysteries.
Unified silence from both sides of the fence
indicates universal aversion towards
the real but anti-climactic
thing. Practically no one agrees with my standards of
conscious creation of
the artist/designer, and what is not. I regret the fact
deeply, but without being arrogant, the art in question is
far more eloquent
its critics. I have to go with my conscience here, and believe in earnest that the
world is wrong, and I am right, meaning that the art's designers are right. I always
assume the role of devil's advocate,
I try to see the errors
of my ways, but analysis
of the images yields intelligent, hard to dispute results, of which many are
available on this website for
Some ancient achievements are so stunning that one is reluctant to believe,
they were accomplished with primitive technology. There is a challenge in this.
We must be shown just how it was done by primitive, even if brilliant means.
I've had the pleasure of attacking some of the known, or celebrated
out there with flagrant flaws in them, such as the straight ramp theory, which
tries to explain how building materials were furnished to the Great Pyramid.
Denial of the Pyramid's 70-ton Blocks
A single source of misinformation - "The World
had published a
miscalculation half a century ago,
and it has
misled two generations of scholars
were no blocks larger than 50-tons on the Great
Traditional Pyramid Building Methods
Two methods combine to almost solve the mystery of how blocks
may have been raised to great heights on the Great Pyramid.
of the Baldridge Block-Shuffle theory
It is not a refutation of the method itself,
but rather of the idea that
this otherwise viable method could have solved
the problem of elevating
the largest blocks onto the Great pyramid.
Mr. Baldridge attempts to
circumvent the problem by making ramps superfluous,
and by proposing
a better transport method.
Arnold's Reversing ( Zig-Zag) Ramps
Here is a
perfectly reasonable idea:
A zig-zag ramp keeps to just one face
of a pyramid,
thus avoiding the need
to get around its corners. Unfortunately,
it is unsuitable for
really big blocks to the required height on the Great Pyramid.
Could giant stone
blocks serve as axles for even bigger wheels?
I've often seen
the theory before, but not after the below exchange.
Skeptics had it all wrong. Rather than being all negative, I realized
that the method could be refined, and perhaps become viable under
It even offers a tentative explanation of a certain
mysterious feature of
Grand Gallery in the Great Pyramid. The reader may want to skip
over the first four chapters containing lots of smalltalk
5 Mechanical Disadvantage (topples a cathedra)
Rolling The Wheeled Stone-block Dice
A NASA Savant Ex Cathedra versus a Pyramidoit
3 If All Were Able To Work, All At The
Quitt While A Head
Possible use of the Wheeled-Block
method in the Great Pyramid's
The Biggest Stone Building Blocks Ever
Pyramid's Unique Features
Realistic Pyramid Builders
Sphinx In a Pond
Rock Rapidly Rotting In Dry Sand
Sahara - Where/What is it?
Sahara - end of discussion
Leedskalnin is a greatly perplexing
figure, who, just like
the Egyptians, did seemingly impossible
things with stone.
Did he have secrets? What a silly
Leedskalnin's Brain Power
Leedskalnin's Name as a clue
Plato & Atlantis
Ecology - Desertification of Sahara
Thousands of 200-Ton Blocks in Khafre's
Thousands of 200-ton blocks
in Khafre's Pyramid? - Well, even if
those blocks weigh only
around 100-tons, still, such ancient feat
deserves to be well known
globally. Why is it not so?
Is not keeping people in
the dark about such wonders tantamount
Scientists Shrink From Ancient Challenges
How To Make Miles-Long Straight Lines by Lo-Tech
Skepticism led me to rediscovering for myself
and my debate
foes the Low-Tech method of making miles-long
Did Nascans use such sophisticated Lo-Tech methods?
Erich von Daniken's 1997 book on Nasca
fur die Evigkeit - (Signals to Eternity)
Daniken's book reveals corroboration for my report on Nasca Monkey.
The Abydos Helicopter,
Gunboat, and a Flying Sub
The Pyramid's Lidless Coffer Is No Sarcophagus
Would you bury your Pharaoh in a stone tub? There is no
lid on the granite tub in the King's Chamber.
The missing lid is the straw that tickles the camel to death.
The case is sealed and shut - the coffer is open - the Pyramid
was not meant to be a tomb!
The Coffer's Condition
A Sarcophagus without a Lid is just a Tub
The Granite Forts
The Coffer & the Osiris Numbers
Confession of an AtlanteanPyramidoit
I got myself certified