"Giza - What Egyptologists don't want you to see!", by Jerret Gardner
Recently published photographs showing tidal eroded Great Pyramid blocks, once again puts into question their actual age. The erosion patterns first discovered by Egyptian researcher Sherif El Morsi, have been photographed and released by former military journalist Jerret Gardner who spent 30 days travelling across Egypt photographing the evidence Egyptologists would rather not let you see.
In addition to tidal erosion patterns the author has photographed tool marks from high powered saws and core drills on pyramid blocks. However, these were first discovered over a hundred years ago by the father of modern Egyptology W. M. Flinders Petrie. Over the course of that time Egyptology has done its best keep these evidences out of the limelight. But now they are displayed in full color for all to see.
While exploring the Giza Plateau further the author came across a stone block structure in the “Western Cemetery” whose features defy any known tomb. There appear to be four interlocking stone high pressure intake nozzles built into its western wall. Jerret Gardner has proposed an idea of how this building could have been a mechanical structure related to the origin of the Great Pyramids. With theories already circling about the pyramids having been power generators from a lost civilization, this find is truly amazing.
The author also challenges Egyptologist’s claim that the pyramid was built 4,500 years ago. This claim is based primarily on pieces of carbon Egyptologists have found inside a pink gypsum and sand mortar mix. The author reveals photographic evidence that proves the original builders used a high quality, carbon free, limestone mortar for their limestone blocks. The pink gypsum and sand mortar Jerret Gardner believes to be the evidence of a massive 4,500 year old restoration campaign. A restoration conducted over the course of 400 years.
Finally, Jerret Gardner reveals photographs from a secret sub-floor excavation inside of Tomb NC2. This excavation, which had been in progress during the author’s time in Egypt, revealed a series of subterranean manmade tunnels heading south under the plateau for undetermined distances. They have never been revealed to the public – until now.
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