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Could they have transported, precisely cut and positioned 2,6 million heavy stones in only 23 years?

The Pharaoh Khufu (Greek: Cheops) of the 4.dynasty supposedly was the builder or at least the pyramid was built during his reign which lasted 23 years, says the Egyptian tourism office..

If throughout his reign of 23 years (2589 to 2566 BCE) the workers stacked stones 365 days 12 hours a day, it would mean that at least 10 stones would have to be positioned in each hour, i.e. one stone every 6 minutes. That is even today a very difficult task.

Rose quartz granit stone weighs up to 80 tons.

Some of the Rose quartz Granit stones which are used especially in and around the king’s chamber

are 30 cm thick and weigh 40 to 80 tons. This Granit stone is found in Aswan over 900 km south of the Gizeh pyramid plateau and they needed to be transferred on the Nile.

Rose granite is one of the hardest rocks.

At the time of Pharaoh Cheops, the Egyptian workers had only copper chisels and mallets. The Great pyramids holds hundreds of granite bricks weighing up to 80 tons They were cut and assembled with machine-like precision, exceeding not only the capacity of pharaonic workers, but also those of modern granite cutting machines. About 90 large stones of 70 tons were placed in the height of 60 meter/197 feet. Yet, the King chamber is perfectly balanced, exactly down to the mm/inch scale

The so called “sarcophagus, stone coffin” in the King Chamber is “cut” from a single rose quartz Granit stone.

Until today there is not one single strong evidence that the Cheops pyramid was a tomb of a pharaoh. Zecharia Sitchin shows in chapter 3 of the “Annunaki Chronicles” that it was needed as a mission control and space port center for the Annunaki. From my visit inside of the pyramid, it is clear that an unbelievable amount of energy was used in the King’s chamber and sent throughout the pyramid structure, probably by using also the piezoelectric effect of special crystals which were placed inside the chamber and pyramid structure.