|Author||Mervyn L. Johnson|
|Publisher||Leon Tunney-Ware & Mervyn L. Johnson|
|Publication Date||September 24, 2012|
Great Pyramid of Giza:
Our book will reveal what's never been written before a blueprint packed with simple logical solutions on how the Great Pyramid of Giza was actually completed in a realistic timeframe of less than 7 years. To ensure the pyramid realised its purpose, pharaoh Khufu's final resting place.
Pyramid of Giza Facts:
The Great pyramid of Giza, supposedly took 20 years to build. This estimated timeframe appears logical on the surface yet when the pyramid of Giza is analysed its purpose proves this timeframe impractical. The most important fact that hasn't been considered is the purpose of the Egyptian Pyramids, tombs, in which to secure the Pharaohs body and facilitate their soul's journey into the afterlife. "Pharaoh Khufu", with his beliefs and religion created a monument that stands today and is seen as one of the 7 wonders of the world. Their religious beliefs were the governing factor that created the essence that dictated the driving force and the timeframe throughout the whole project from beginning to end.
You cannot imagine the consequences on society of the times if they failed to complete the Pharaohs resting place before his death. It's illogical to accept the luxury of a 20 year timeframe or longer when you consider the fact that the average life expectancy of an ancient Egyptian was 35 years.
Encompassing this factuality it's inconceivable to work with a 20 year timeframe so there had to be practical solutions that shrank this timetable dramatically. Realistically the pyramid had to be completed within a timeline between 3 to 7 years.
Throughout the past 4,500 years people have marvelled at the majestic monuments the ancient Egyptians constructed. Countless theories have been documented, a myriad of investigations undertaken to determine and establish how the pyramids were built.
What were their methods?
What tools did they use? How many workers were required? The analysis continues up to this present day. Yet one of the most compelling questions that takes precedent is the purpose of the pyramid and the life expectancy of the pharaoh Khufu.
One of our readers comments:
This is an ingenious and intriguing book. It shows what can be done by thinking outside the box. Who knows how it stacks up (or down!) to what happened, but that is not the point -- it makes this immense human achievement, and its costs, credible. By this account, the pyramid builders were even cleverer than we thought! I hope the authors have some more puzzles up their sleeves to share with us.