Saturday, July 14, 2012

The Great Pyramid and the Origin of Pyramid Cavities

     This blog investigates the "pyramid cavity" from an archeological perspective using sophisticated GPR devices that scientists were able to determine the electomagnetic frequencies inside the Great Pyramid at El Giza, Egypt. An excerpt from the web site dilineates the parameters for replication on a more grand scale.
     Whereas on a lesser scale (since scalability allows reduction); the PyramiTroniX Resonator continues to evolve from a "radionic black box circuit" to a "555 transistorized integrated circuit (IC)" as the component that connects with other software circuits that are "dynamic and interactive" to a "telescopic and scalable prototype for the immersion of whole individual" to accelerate the law of attraction: mind-body-spiritual by becoming encapsulated in a "man-made vacuum" with the frequency that corresponds to C (similar to the Great Pyramid based on the King's chamber."  For identifying the research, an excerpt is transcribed in its original format and the url address is provided for further follow-up by other Pyramidologists top replicate regarding scientific method and empirical results.

Excerpt I

     Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) made its introduction in the 1970s, and has been used on the Giza plateau since the 1980s. In 1987, Yoshimura and Tonauchi used GPR to scan the inner structure of the Great Pyramid, the constitution of the Sphinx and to determine the age/era during which the Sphinx was used.
      More recently, in 1998, Abbas Mohamed Abbas was asked to study how best to restore the Sphinx and its protection against groundwater penetration. But now, Abbas has been involved in a series of exploration work, rather than preservation. And some will argue it is long overdue…In February 2006, Abbas returned to the Giza plateau with GPR technology, this time to “investigate deep-wide parts of the plateau to reveal any hidden shafts or tunnels throughout the studied sectors.” Nine areas of potential interest had been identified, which Abbas and his team subjected to a series of detailed scans.
    Abbas’ survey came about after Andrzej Wójcikiewicz, president of a Polish Foundation that is interested in doing GPR work in Egypt, contacted Belgian author Patrick Geryl in 2003, after reading the Polish edition of “The Orion Prophecy”. In 2005, a team convened by Wójcikiewicz, supported by research material from the Vice President of the Foundation, Lucyna Lobos, and Geryl went to Egypt. The Polish team identified a series of locations of potential interest, for which Abbas asked permission with the Department of Antiquities: to scan parts of the Giza plateau – the project would be paid for by the Polish Foundation. The work was carried out in February 2006, but the report was only released in late 2007. In the report of his finding, appearing in NRIAG Journal of Geophysics, Abbas states that “the results of the survey support the possibility of the presence of undisclosed relics, of high value”. These are powerful claims to make and they do go beyond the available evidence as presented in the report, which “merely” points out the presence of subterranean cavities.

The report states that they have identified two likely caves and one possible shaft, filled in with clays or sandy clays, one located close to the southern side of Khufu’s pyramid, the second around the causeway of Khafre’s pyramid. Other features “of less mass” have been delineated close to the eastern side of Khafre’s pyramid and – no doubt of interest to some alternative historians – close to the entrance door to the northern side of the Sphinx.

GPR profile of cave-like phenomena in area 1 and area 2
Abbas and colleagues further state that the cavities are at a fairly deep level, ranging from 12 to 25 metres below the surface. He also states that “The cave-like features could be ascribed to a tunnel section of at least 3 to 5 m width […] it is like a void in the limestone rock.” He concludes: “we can presume the existence of a momentous diversity of archaeological structures at the Pyramids plateau which remain, as yet, unexposed. These structures could be a linked net of tunnels and shafts that may well lead to precious tombs.”
It is an enigmatic statement to make, and is either Abbas’ wording to guarantee that future funding is received, or that he has additional data, not included in the report, that warrants his optimism. For your convenience the url address is below and is recommended for understanding these "cavities" that have significance as a scientific endeavor for the future of humankind.

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