Scientific reexamination of Giza

False assumptions

The Giza plateau has a problem. The number of people and centuries involved with trying to figure about what it is has produced so many incorrect theories most of Egyptology is drawing in a sea of incorrect assumptions

The scientific theory works like this; I have an idea, I will gather and examine the evidence of that idea, I will prove or disprove my idea based on the evidence, I will present my findings of proof to the academic community.

The problem is a thousand theories about the pyramids have been created almost all from a selected point of view. The selected are cultural assumptions based on incorrect cultural “it must be this” then build ideas based on what the pyramids must have been.

Consequently the cascade effect from a cultural perspective colors what a thing might be. If the premise of a situation is incorrect no amount of gathering evidence will prove or disprove the idea. If the premise of an idea is in Antarctica, if the evidence is from the equator no amount of evidence gathering will be in proper context.

The only real way to go about working up an idea is to place that idea into proper context.

To conduct a proper examination of the pyramids science must start with nothing; examining the evidence with no preconceived assumptions.

The list of incorrect assumptions.

The Khufu pyramid is a Pharaonic grave; this assumption is flat out incorrect because to preserve mummies requires two thing low humidity and low airflow. Khufu has neither.

The box in the kings chamber is a coffin; this assumption has no basis in evidence. No mummy, no carvings, no hieroglyphs, too small, etc. Most previous pharaohs had large sarcophagus; this one is 3x7x3. The infinite power of a major king who built a 14 acre building would not have settled for an itty bitty living space in the afterlife.

The blanket answer of “grave robbers stole everything” is also vastly incorrect. Since the shaft leading up to the queens and kings chambers was still blocked at 700 c. e. .

Why was the sphinx recarved approximately 3000 years ago; approximately the same time the exodus from egypt by the jews/semitic culture.

Why does western culture assume only one pharaoh was in charge of a unified Egypt the entire time. Several times both upper and lower broke away to be independent. Egypt has not always been unified.

Nothing indicates the area between Upper and Lower Egypt has to be included in the unified Egypt.

Nothing would indicate the area between Sakkara and Giza did not have its own ruler/pharaoh.