8/9/20  #1058
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 - Flying on an Alien’s Back Across the Middle Kingdom -

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What Journalism Could Teach the UFO Community
By Mike Damante 

The recent, long-awaited New York Times article, which reported the Pentagon will continue to seek transparency and truth regarding the UFO subject, has received some push-back among some within the UFO community, and has once again shown the divide between journalistic standards and Internet activism.

The Times had to run a correction when some of the quotes he was quoted in drew the ire of former Senate Majority Leader and architect of the Pentagon UAP program Harry Reid. Some were quick to ponder on Twitter, and blogs whether the Times misquoted Reid, or he was simply back-tracking after saying “too much” regarding the government’s role in UFO crash retrieval. The article was written by Leslie Kean, and Ralph Blumenthal; the  two veteran journalists behind the initial 2017 New York Times Pentagon UFO article that led to other mainstream outlets following suit. Running corrections are part of the Society of Professional Journalists Code Of Ethics under the “Be Accountable and Transparent” section.

Kean and Blumenthal voiced their concerns on the Project Unity about UFO activists disturbing the journalistic process, and setting a “frenzy” and hype around the story. Kean and Blumenthal politely declined comment for this story citing being “burned out” with all the hoopla around them as of late. 

For months prior to the story, UFO Twitter was ripe in teases that something “big” was coming, predicted it would be about the Wilson Leaks, and some thought it would pair with the premiere of History Channel’s season 2 of “Unidentified.” None of these predictions came true, and what Kean and Blumenthal presented was a solid, simple story updating the general public that the Pentagon’s UFO investigation is ongoing, some new players (Marco Rubio) are rallying around a bill to investigate, and Reid’s conclusion that some exotic materials were in the hands of the government and the private sector.

Kean and Blumenthal said that large parts of their story were left on the cutting room floor; an editor’s decision that is not uncommon in any story. Traditionally, stories are cut for space, style/ grammar errors, and content determined by copy editors, copy chiefs, and at times, per discretion of section editors/ editorial board. Kean and Blumenthal also wrote a “Times Insider” piece detailing how they reported on, and were briefed on their most recent story.

From the “Times Insider” article:

“Numerous associates of the Pentagon program, with high security clearances and decades of involvement with official U.F.O. investigations, told us they were convinced such crashes have occurred, based on their access to classified information. But the retrieved materials themselves, and any data about them, are completely off-limits to anyone without clearances and a need to know.”

Joe Murgia, a long-term citizen UFO investigator whose work on aggregating the history of the Wilson Leak documents continues to be a Herculean effort,  has been at the forefront of the recent hype about the New York Times piece. Murgia has claimed prior to the story coming out he had inside sources on the article’s content, and has now said the article was supposed to feature content about the Wilson Leaks.

“I'm confident they were working on Wilson/Davis (WD) notes because some of us heard Ralph Blumenthal's call with Paranormal Lawyer Michael Hall live on Facebook where they discussed the WD documents,” Murgia said.” I'm confident Will Miller was a part of the story because Leslie Kean has written about and interviewed, him since 2000 in a few of her mainstream UFO articles (Boston Globe was one) and then in her UFO book in 2011. In that book, she called him a ‘true insider.’ It was a no-brainer to me that he would be included. When I spoke with him to set-up the interview with him for WD Mega-Blog, I told him the NYT was working on an article about crash retrievals. Pretty sure he already knew that.”

Traditionally, a story like the Wilson Leaks, as intriguing as it is, wouldn’t be enough for a professional journalism outlet to report on, but it could be a proper lede on a reporter doing their own digging, and going from there. The UFO community can learn from journalists the  process for stories, as well as reporting standards. What gets published and what doesn’t is always at the discretion of the reporter not all ledes turn into full-fledged stories, sources (including anonymous) need to be approved by the editor, and  a good news story should present both sides of the story.

“Interest to run UFO articles by major publications is a lot higher than I think most people realize ,” said Popular Mechanic’s Tim McMillan on how he pitches stories to his editors. ”However, because of the stigma attached to the subject major outlets want to make sure you've got well sourced, credible information. There's a lot of very interesting stories associated with the UFO phenomena, however, unfortunately many of them lack solid, credible evidence backing them up. Because of these inherent concerns, I avoid pitching anything that I don't already have solid evidence to back up. It can make for a slower and less sensational ‘UFO news cycle,’  however, I tend to believe it's better to put out ‘good information,’ than it is to put out ‘more information’ when it comes to the UFO topic.”

The goal of large outlets like the New York Times and Washington Post, as well as organizations like To The Stars Academy Of Arts and Science is to bring the subject to a serious, rational mainstream discourse and out of the fringe. It is not meant to ignore the UFO community, but rather target the non-UFO crowd. The idea is to change the perception of how the phenomena is viewed, and bring aboard more scientists, policy makers, credible news outlets, and private companies. TTS strategy has been mostly aimed at these larger outlets, but have recently extended communication via the “TTSA Talks” podcast , which has been a concise, rational discussion of TTS scope, and Chris Mellon answering questions on Twitter.

Ultimately, these stories are dealt with strict standards (in some cases stricter) like all hard news stories are. The most important part of any news story is accuracy, so as media consumers the public should remain patient while reporters do the necessary steps to confirm information, get data, interview sources, and get editorial approval for when/how the story will run.

Source: Punk Rock and UFOs


Flying on an Alien’s Back Across the Middle Kingdom
By Tristan    

Discounting ancient stories that modern enthusiasts have reclassified as alien encounters, China was relatively late to the UFO craze. There was no Chinese equivalent of Kenneth Arnold, and I’ve never heard of Beijingers riding around with benevolent Space Brothers in the ’50s, or being pursued by shady men in black during the ’60s. The birth of Chinese interest in UFOs might well be dated to the late 1970s, as China ditched Maoism and opened itself up to American influences. Paranormal researcher Paul Dong identified the years 1977 between 1980 as the beginning of China’s “UFO fever,” as the country set up research groups, studied sightings, and followed UFO cases in major newspapers.

The case of Huang Yanqiu, a farmer in a village in Hebei Province, is possibly the first abduction story to come out of contemporary China. On the night of July 27, 1977, Huang- a 21-year-old man about to be married- vanished from his village. In the morning, another village next door got a telegram that Huang was being held by the authorities in Shanghai. For a man with no car or private jet, this was an astonishing distance. Huang had somehow gotten 700 miles away, even though the nearest express train was in Handan, a city that was over 27 miles away from his village.

Baffled, the folks over in Huang’s village had to wait three days before they got confirmation from Shanghai that it was, indeed, their missing man being held in custody. After his cousin and neighbor came to retrieve him, Huang’s explanation for his bizarre disappearance and trek was a bit of a head-scratcher. On the night he vanished, Huang claimed that he fell asleep in his room. When a loud noise woke him up, Huang found himself lying in a big, flashy city. Passersby told the bewildered farmer that he was in Nanjing, more than 500 miles away from home.

How would he get back to Hebei? Huang was so confused and worried that he started to cry. In his hour of need, two traffic cops approached Huang and gave him a train ticket for Shanghai. They made him board the train immediately, and after arriving in Shanghai a few hours later, Huang was shocked to see the two traffic cops at the train station’s police station. The pair then escorted Huang through the city, dropping him off at a deportation center. He had no idea who these Good Samaritans were, and was equally mystified on how he ended up in Nanjing.

Huang’s tale was the talk of the village. A month later, just as things began to settle down, the young husband-to-be disappeared again. On the night of September 8th, Huang drifted off to sleep at home, but woke up at a train station in Shanghai. As a violent storm pounded rain over his head, Huang’s first thought was to find a soldier he met in the city last time. Never mind that Huang didn’t know the man’s address. Another pair of Good Samaritans, calling themselves soldiers, took Huang to the necessary barracks. When they finished their duty, the men stepped out, unseen by any troops at the camp.

Disappearing under mysterious circumstances just once is all fine and dandy, but Huang’s village was more concerned the second time around. When Huang returned on September 11th, some suggested that he was being haunted by ghosts. His fiancée, admirably patient up until this point, begged local officials for a divorce. Yet his earlier adventures would prove to be tame when, on September 20th, Huang fainted and materialized in a hotel. Once again, there were two men inside the room, who informed Huang that he was now hundreds of miles away, in the city of Lanzhou.

The men revealed to Huang that they were responsible for his disappearances, and had disguised themselves as the traffic cops and soldiers Huang encountered earlier. They wanted to take their sleepy abductee on a nine-day trip around the country, starting with Beijing. Their method of travel was unorthodox, but highly efficient. Huang hopped on one of the stranger’s backs, and the man flew him into the air, crossing hundreds of miles in only an hour. There was no wind involved in their flight, and Huang described their pace as being like running.

His magical hosts took Huang to Tiananmen Square, hotels, restaurants, and even a movie theater, where they were allowed to enter without tickets. They ate three meals a day, could speak a number of Chinese dialects, and always had a letter of introduction for whatever and whoever they wanted to see. Unfortunately, the trip of a lifetime came to an end on September 28th, when Huang woke up under a jujube tree at home. Local reception to his third and final adventure was cold. His fiancée’s family cancelled the wedding, and the authorities at one point launched an investigation into Huang, accusing him of hurting village production and spreading superstition.

The flight of Huang Yanqiu has since entered the holy annals of Chinese ufology. His flying companions have been deemed aliens, and the far distances he traveled have been attributed to UFO rides. Non-believers argue that Huang was lying or delusional, while one CCTV program offered the imaginative solution that Huang was sleepwalking. A poster on the question-and-answer site Zhihu has suggested that Huang’s trips were perfectly doable by train at the time. Even if it took 22 hours to get from Handan to Shanghai in 1977, Huang was always gone long enough to take the ride, and nobody ever confirmed seeing his gifted friends.

On the cynical side of things, should we also really ignore the fact that Huang was a young groom who just happened to get involved in this when he was about to be married? I’d venture that disappearing and hanging out with extraordinary flying men is a fool-proof way to cancel a wedding that you don’t want.

Source: Bizarre and Grotesque


Stargates, Vortex Spots and Portals You Can Visit
By Timothy Green Beckley

Ancient people knew that wherever the earth’s energy gathered into a vortex was a sacred place. They knew – and scientists are beginning to understand once again today – that we are surrounded by a tremendous amount of energy that has been provided for us by the Creator. It’s available for the asking if we could only learn to harness the forces of the universe in a positive way. Some refer to it as the cosmic flow. We could enter Stargates, learning to travel through space and time, and perhaps power our homes and automobiles at a fraction of the cost of what we spend today.

There are certain places you can “feel it in the air” – where the atmosphere prickles with electricity making your hair stand on end. There are certain sacred spots where the earth vibrates at a higher level. These are earth’s vortex regions, its gateways to other dimensions.

Here is a list of some of the spots which are so mystical that thousands visit them annually so as to mingle with other worldly intelligence. Of course, one has to go to these places very gingerly, very carefully, as there are certain “hazards” which might confront the novice along their spiritual journey.

Sedona – Located in the State of Arizona, in the Great South West, Sedona is the Mecca for New Age orientated travelers. Here for several centuries Native Americans have performed shamanistic rituals drawing on the power generated by the red rocks said to have great healing properties. Landmarks such as Bell and Cathedral Rocks are said to be doorways to another dimension. UFOs have been known to dot the sky and strange beings from other realms often materialize and are caught on film. One of the “hot spots” for UFO sightings known as the Bradshaw Ranch has been purchased by the Department of Land Management and is now “off limits” to tourists. Celebrities such as Shirley MacLaine can often be seen strolling the streets of Sedona. There are many art galleries and metaphysical centers to occupy a person’s time when not doing a bit of backpacking.

Bermuda Triangle - Hundreds of planes and ships have mysteriously vanished in this swirling vortex of ocean situated between Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda. Flying into the area, veteran pilots have often reported their navigation equipment going wild. Mysterious balls of light have been seen descending and shooting out of the ocean. Christopher Columbus even reported strange aerial displays in the captain’s log. From time to time, mysterious fogs roll in to land from out at sea and individuals report being drawn almost into a hypnotic trance. Though most scientists are skeptical, there are others who believe such an unknown power can be harnessed and used to our advantage. This is a true Stargate – but some who have entered have not returned to tell the tale.

The Great Pyramid – Egypt’s Pyramid of Giza is the largest structure in the world built by man. Archaeologists contend that the Great Pyramid was used as a burial chamber for the pharoahs. They don’t find it a miracle that the blocks of stone weigh many tons each, and it seems impossible even for hundreds of slaves to move them into their proper position. Believers in the Ancient Astronaut theory say the construction of the Great Pyramid might have come about with the help of extraterrestrials. Arcane researchers have presented many other views including a variety of geophysical, astronomical, numerical, and prophetic interpretations made by explorers, authors, and visitors to the Great Pyramid over the last 200+ years. These interpretations run the range of topics such as the Great Pyramid having been used as a sundial, to the calculation of the speed of light, to the prediction of the exact dates of the birth of Adam, the Exodus, and the birth, baptism, and crucifixion of Jesus. It is perhaps the most recognizable vortex on Earth.

Stonehenge - There are various theories as to who actually constructed Stonehenge, a huge circular monolith located on Salisbury Plane in England. Going back many hundreds of years, we know that the Druids used it for their religious ceremonies and that it acts as a huge sundial and calendar. Tourists flock here especially during the equinox to have their vibrations lifted. Some have reported “missing time,” voyages out of the body. A rather new phenomenon associated with the region around Stonehenge is the unexplained appearance of crop circles consisting of mysterious, compelling designs that appear overnight in fields of grain in the same area in the form of circles, intricate geometric symbols and glyphs. (In the UK, they're actually known as “corn circles.”) For a long time one of the best spots to see a UFO was in the nearby town of Warminister, where nightly skywatches were organized.

Mount Shasta – For the more adventuresome who are willing to go out on their own and disappear from society for a while. Lemurians and survivors of other "Lost Civilizations" are said to roam the mountain freely and occasionally wander into town to trade gold for supplies. A strange race of “little people” appear at night to collect edibles and return to their secret cavern homes. Native Americans residing in the backwoods say they have not only heard the screams of Bigfoot, but have seen these hairy creatures close-up! Here, some have claimed to have visited Telos, the capitol of the Inner Earth occupied by the Ascended Masters of Wisdom. There are also accounts of miraculous healings, including those by folks whose eyesight has been regenerated after being struck by mysterious blue beams of light coming from inside the mountain.

Mojave Desert – Stretching for hundreds of square miles, the Mojave Desert is said to draw UFOs like a magnet. Many of the early reports of meeting with human-looking aliens took place in spots like Joshua Tree and at Giant Rock, one of nature’s largest standing rocks where crystal partials are imbedded, increasing the proper cosmic vibrations suitable for contact with other dimensions. Many ghost towns dot the area, left over from when prospectors flocked to the region in a frenzy for gold. There are chilling tales of abandoned mines, mysterious creatures, spook lights and even a haunted Opera House in the middle of Death Valley. One of the most scenic settings in the world, Mother Nature offers all the complements necessary for peaceful trance-like states or for channeling.

Romania’s Hoia-Baciu Forest - There is even a magical forest in Romania. The Hoia-Baciu Forest is, for sure, one of the country’s most famous locales, where a series of inexplicable phenomena have been investigated and analyzed. It is called “the Bermuda Triangle of Transylvania.” As one website (juliasromaniaguide.com/hoiabaciuforest/) explains it, “The Hoia-Baciu Forest keeps on being fascinating, especially because of what the witnesses say about the strangest physical sensations, the lights in the middle of the night, the shapes, forms, the strange appearances of human faces, the voices and the different colors. The place has shortly become famous among the paranormal and esoteric events specialists, entire teams of famous scientific explorers from Germany, France, USA and Hungary visiting the Hoia-Baciu Forest even during the Communism and managing to catch some inexplicable phenomena.”

We hope this brief check list will wet your appetite for more information on the subject of natural Stargates and portals to other dimensions. There could be a spot near where you live that can evoke a spiritual or mystical experience. Mountainous regions like those at Brown Mountain, North Carolina and the Andes of Peru can trigger something within you - you just have to go looking for it.

Source: League of Western Fortean Intermediatists

Villagers Remember Descendants of a Bigfoot

35 year ago, the skull of the first Bigfoot was excavated for the first time in history. People residing in the area for years still remember meeting it when it was still alive.

Local residents who buried a mother and a son indicated location of their graves. A rubber shoe branded 1888 was removed from the woman’s burial (a mirror at the head indicated it was a female). Approximately the same time Zana, a Bigfoot, died.

The researcher’s heart was beating with anticipation of the unusual find, as never before scientists laid their hands on a Bigfoot, alive or dead.

The excavation was conducted by Igor Burtsev, at the time, a young scientist, and today a leading Russian cryptozoologist. He spent several years trying to obtain the right for graves excavation in the Abkhazian village Tkhina, where Zana used to live. As luck would have it, his old college friend, an Abkhazian, became a local official upon his return to the motherland from Moscow.

“I could not have seen Zana myself, she passed away 50 years before I was born,” says Apollon Dumava, former chair of the local Council. “But my older relatives remembered her. How could you forget her? She was 6.6 feet tall, had long strong arms covered with hair, curvy hips that inspired the desire of local men, large hanging breasts, flat forehead and huge red eyes.

Zana was very strong and easily carried 110 pounds sacks with grain to the water mill with only one hand.

Apollon said his father told him that Zana was caught in a gulch of the Adzyubzha River.

She was hunted down by a local merchant. Zana was incredibly smart and could disappear a second before she would be caught. Yet, the hunter outsmarted her. He left red male underwear at the meadow frequented by the hairy creature. She was caught while trying to put the underwear on her head and hips.

The captive was named Zana (zan means black in Georgian) and placed in a ditch enclosed with a fence made of sharpened logs. She was growling, throwing herself at kids who bothered her with sticks and dirt clods. Only a few years later, when Zana was slightly tamed, she was moved to a woven hut. She slept on the ground in a cave she dug out. She never learned how to use a spoon and a plate so she ate with her hands. She was always naked. She never learned to speak, but recognized her name. Zana could take boots off her owner’s feet. She was also great at imitating the sound of squeaking gate, and it made her very happy every time she did.

Zana was not surrounded by angels. Locals made her drink wine, it did not take her long to get drunk and become sexually aggressive. There were always those willing to entertain themselves with a monster. They say during drunk orgies her owner would establish a prize for the one who “mounts” Zana. The prizes would always find their winners.

When Zana gave birth to her first child, she took it to a creek and washed it in ice cold water. The baby died. The same happened to her second child. After that, the locals decided to take babies from the silly mother. Her next children survived. There were four of them, two boys and two girls. People had no idea who their fathers were. Years later, before a census, children were assigned to a local resident Kamshish Sabekia, who acknowledged “playing” with Zana before he got married.

Locals remember Khwit the most. He was 6.6 feet tall, had grayish skin like his mother’s, thick curly hair and full lips. He had lived in Tkhina all his life and passed away in 1954 before he turned 70. Apollon remembers him well. Like his mother, Khwit did not like children who used to get into his garden to steal grapes and pears. Once Khwit had a fight with his relative and jumped him. Defending himself, his opponent hit him with a mattock and cut his arm along the elbow. The arm had to be amputated. Apollon has a memory of this incredibly strong person plowing his lot with one left arm.

Khwit was a human being, he could speak, got married twice and had two daughters and a son.

I was looking for his daughter in Abkhazia, but she was electrocuted a year earlier. I met with her son, Robert Kukubava, and asked him for permission to take pictures of his family album.

Faces of Khwit and his sister bear resemblance to Zana’s. Khwit’s older daughter Tatyana does not look like her grandmother apart from her eyes. Raisa and her brother Shuliko are undoubtedly Khwit’s children. They have similar lower jaws, protruding cheekbones, full lips and dark skin.

Within the last 30 years Igor Burtsev found nearly all Zana’s descendants. His main goal, however, was to find Zana, or, her skeleton and skull, as well as Khwit’s remnants.

Once, 35 years ago, a female skull was excavated at the Tkhin cemetery. Yet, the anthropological analysis provided evidence that the skull belonged to a black woman who somehow got to the Caucuses.

The skull of Khwit that Burtsev and I were looking at for a long time was only partly human.

Source: Phantoms and Monsters/Pravda


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Safari Park Baboons Seen "Armed with Knives"
By Tom Wood

The baboons at Knowsley safari park in Prescot, England are notorious for vandalising the cars of those who pay to see them. They long ago grew adept at ripping off a windscreen wiper or mirror from anyone pausing in their enclosure.

Now workers at the Merseyside attraction say they have spotted the primates armed with knives, screwdrivers and even a chainsaw. Keepers have become suspicious in recent weeks that the baboons are being armed with weapons “for a laugh” by visitors keen to enhance their car-destroying abilities.

One park worker said last week: “We’re not sure if they are being given weapons by some of the guests who want to see them attack cars, or if they’re fishing them out of pick-up trucks and vans."

Baboons armed to the teeth with knives and screwdrivers have reportedly been spotted at an animal safari park in England.

Seriously, what the f*** else could 2020 possibly have in store for us?

Just when you think it can't get any worse, there are gangs of highly armed primates cutting about a popular attraction.

This whole situation was noticed when workers at Knowsley Safari Park spotted the troop of monkeys carrying tools about with them.

Anyone who has ever been to Knowsley Safari Park - or any other like it, for that matter - knows that the monkeys don't need arming to wreck the s*** out of your car.

Other people have speculated that the monkeys have simply made off with the tools after nicking them from the toolboxes of workmen who have been into their enclosure.

Again, this is not an unlikely speculation, given the propensity of baboons to grab stuff and make off with it.

Usually it's just windscreen wipers and registration plates that they get away with, but now it seems they've managed to get tooled up in more than one way.

A mechanic from Sale told The Sunday Times: "I've had two customers this year who became victims of those baboons.

"The kids start chirping up saying they want monkeys all over the car, and the next thing you know, you're driving home with no registration plate."

One worker from the park - who is unnamed - said: "The baboons have been found with knives and screwdrivers. I do wonder if it's some of the guests handing them out."

However, there's a good chance that this whole thing is just a product of people telling tall tales about the park.

Sure, the monkeys might manage to get their hands on the occasional thing, but it's unlikely that they've ever grabbed something that could be truly dangerous to anyone.

It has been reported that the troop of baboons has managed to grab things like chainsaws, but that's almost certainly a load of old nonsense.

A spokesperson for Knowsley Safari Park said: "We believe many of these stories have grown in exaggeration as they've been retold, with embellishment to make the objects that are sometimes found in the enclosure seem more exciting and unbelievable."

Source: Lad Bible


Egyptian Officials Say Aliens Did Not Build the Pyramids
By Tim Binnall

In a strange fracas that unfolded over the weekend, Elon Musk irked officials in Egypt when he suggested that extraterrestrials constructed the country's iconic pyramids. The weirdness reportedly began when the mercurial SpaceX founder Tweeted that it was obvious that "aliens built the pyramids." Musk's strange musings caught fire online as over a half-million people liked the conspiratorial tweet and tens-of-thousands of people on social media shared the extraterrestrial declaration.

As one can imagine, the Tesla CEO's comments did not sit well with officials in Egypt, who have undoubtedly heard the theory countless times and insist that there is no scientific basis for such a claim. To that end, the country's Minister of International Cooperation, Rania al-Mashat, wrote that while she admires Musk's work, she encouraged him to "explore the writings about how the pyramids were built and also to check out the tombs of the pyramid builders."

Meanwhile, Egypt's former Minister of Antiquities, Zawi Hawass was far less diplomatic, declaring to Musk that "what you said about the pyramids is completely hallucination." He went on to point out several pieces of evidence which indicate that the construction of the structures was "a national project of the whole nation" during the reign of the pharaoh Khufu. Offering something of a conspiracy theory of his own, Hawass postulated that Musk's tweet was simply an attempt at garnering attention.

For his part, Musk subsequently backed down from the alien assertion and shared a BBC article which he argued "provides a sensible summary for how" the pyramids were actually built by humans. The bizarre dust up is not the first time that the billionaire has made news by way of an odd extraterrestrial tweet as, back in January of 2019, he sparked headlines when he shared a meme which connected Neil Armstrong to aliens. While some might suspect that he may be tipping his hand about some kind of secret knowledge concerning the subject, that may not necessarily be the case as he told an audience in October of last year that he's seen no sign of aliens during his work with SpaceX.

Of course anyone who follows Conspiracy Journal is well aware that people have suggested for years that the pyramids and other ancient structures had been built by aliens and not humans.

The Great Pyramid is made of millions of precisely hewn stones weighing at least two tons each. Even with today’s cranes and other construction equipment, building a pyramid as big as that of Pharaoh Khufu would be a formidable challenge.

And then there’s the astronomical configuration of the pyramids, which is said to align with the stars in Orion’s belt. As well, it has been often pointed out that the three pyramids in Giza are in much better shape than others built centuries later. If you were to ask an Egyptologist on how the Great Pyramids were built, they would suggest cutting the stones with copper tools, using ramps and hundreds of workers dragging the stones to their positions. However, if you were to ask a mondern engineer how it could have been done...they would have no idea, unless the ancient Egyptions had modern cranes etc.

Source: Coast to Coast AM

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