Archeologists suggest that the large stones used in building the pyramids were transported by rolling them over logs or a wet, slippery, clay surface. These methods may have been effective in moving the blocks close to the building site, but do not explain how the massive bricks, weighing as much as a Ford F250 truck, were lifted on top of each other.
When the Great Pyramids at Giza were built, the Egyptians had not invented the wheel yet, but the limestone blocks that they grudgingly transported, in an effort to build pyramids, weighed about 2 tons each. If all of the stone from the pyramids was cut into one foot, square blocks, it would extend two thirds of the way around the earth. No human life forms could have possibly erected these structures using that much limestone, because they did not have the technology to work in such scale. Only aliens, with more advanced mechanical and mental abilities, could have designed and delivered such an amazing feat.
The line of longitude and the line of latitude that the Great Pyramid at Giza lies on are 31 degrees north by 31 degrees west. The ancient Egyptians could not have known this intersection when the architect designed the pyramids, yet the site chosen has the same number latitude and longitude. It was aliens, after studying the planet from afar, who implemented temples on this exact site.
With 757 foot sides, the largest pyramid at Giza would have been difficult to design with a perfect square base, and yet the base is almost...