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Are the pyramids made of concrete?

 

The stones of the pyramids are synthetic coming from an artificial petrification with a geopolymeric cement and built with molds.

 

Since the 1980s, Joseph Davidovits demonstrates that the pyramids and temples of the Ancient Egyptian Empire were built of agglomerated limestone and not of limestone blocks cut and transported from the quarries. This type of concrete, with fossilized shells, would thus have been built or compacted into molds. The Egyptian workers extracted the material in the relatively soft limestone quarries, then disintegrated it with water, mixed this limestone paste with lime and ingredients such as kaolinitic clay, silt and Egyptian natron salt (carbonate of sodium) forming tecto-alumino-silicates (geosynthesis). The limestone fando (including the fossil shells) was transported in baskets then poured, piggied or compacted into molds (made of wood, stone, clay or brick) placed on the area of ​​the pyramids.

This re-agglomerated limestone, joined in situ through a geopolymeric reaction (called geopolymeric cement), hardens in blocks of great interest. In 1979, at the 2nd International Congress of Egyptologists in Grenoble, France, Joseph Davidovits presented two conferences. One put forward the hypothesis that the pyramid blocks were constructed as concrete instead of being cut. Such a theory was very embarrassing in relation to the classical theory with its hundreds of thousands of workers participating in this gigantic effort. The second conference pointed out that stone vases, built 5,000 years ago by Egyptian craftsmen, were made of synthetic hard stone (handmade).

Imhotep the Alchemist

THE HIGHEST PRIEST IMHOTEP INVENTED THE CHEMICAL FORMULA 5000 YEARS AGO

Creator and builder of the FIRST PYRAMID of history

the stepped pyramid of Saqqara

Imhotep designed and built the first pyramid of human history, the stepped pyramid of Saqqara, the first manifestation of the highest knowledge in ancient Egypt.

He was part of a closed organization of priests called the school of mysteries "of the eye of Horus", the exclusive guardians of knowledge in ancient Egypt.

Imhotep. whose name means "the wise who comes in peace", occupies a special place in history. He had been revered in Egypt for three millennia - that is, since he was alive during the reign of King Djoser until the Greek and Roman conquests in Egypt. His father was the royal architect Kanofer, his mother Khredonkh, a noble hereditary. Very young, Imhotep received the priesthood and began to live in the temple of Annu on the banks of the Nile - a center of science and religion, with a great library. There imhotep learned how to read and write in the symbolic language of hieroglyphics.

Imhotep left plans to design the temples that were built thousands of years after his death, as indicated by the hieroglyphics of numerous temples. He was a surveyor, doctor of medicine, inventor of the Caduceus, the current symbol of doctors. Legend has it that Imhotep divided the skies into 30 ° sectors, known today as the areas of the zodiac, to observe the movements of stars and constellations.

A priest-scientist like Imhotep, who managed to make stone vases, benefited from a special status, since his knowledge allowed him to give shape to the stones and the stone for the Egyptians was the symbol of eternity. After his death, he was deified by the Egyptians who identified him with Thoth, the deity with the face of Ibis, god of wisdom. The Gnostics called him Hermes Trismegistus, three times great, founder and origin of their esoteric wisdom.

 

For the complete article: "Imhotep cement"

leonardolovari.altervista.org/il-cemento-di-imhotep/

 

Sorry for some errors of goggle translate

 

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Taken on June 21, 2011