Casingstone Skyward
Casing-Stone Skyward


by: John F. Ednie

"Everyone else is writing about the pyramids, so. . ."
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PYRAMID "CHAIN SAW"
CUTTING STONE WITH PRECISION

Five thousand year old saw blade, acoustically vibrated, turning stone along it's edge to dust.

After
reading many articles and watching many videos on the theories that the drawings with the long globe with a snake image on the side was a lamp, I found myself very skeptical of that theory.

Instead, I find myself thinking that the giant figure holding the long flat object with a snake image painted on the side of it, is actually holding the ancient equivalent of a "chain saw". But a "chain saw" for cutting blocks of stone.

Now, of course, it's NOT a "chain saw" like we use today, but it was a cutting blade which is only about 1/8" - 3/16" thick material. Probably copper sheeting about 18 feet long. Maybe meteor iron, who knows. But to my mind it's not a lamp.

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The figure holding the saw,was a giant. A very muscular giant. It has been recorded that there were giant human beings in ancient times. I'm taking the three figures in the illustration to be: a giant, a woman and a child. The woman appears to have no real function to the illustration. The child is not in a complete kneeling posture. One knee is raised.

Why the child has a round object on it's head is not really understood, until you look at the symbols between the giants head and the body of the saw.

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This shows a series of round objects.

There is evidence that the face of the giant was disfigured, and that there was some other part of the illustration, in front of the woman, erased.

Bearing in mind, that slicing marks have been found on many of the stones around the pyramid, and that there is evidence of harmonics knowledge by the design of the interior passageways of the great pyramid, it is very possible that the saw was acoustically vibrated to overcome the hardness of the stone and did not cut like a saw, but through high pitched vibrations, turned stone along it's edge to dust..

The long cord like object coming out of the smaller end of the flat saw object, is probably a hollow tube. Through this tube would be transmitted harmonic sound waves. The woman could be tuning them at the command of the giant who was operating the saw.
The snake could be representative of a frequency wave length.

The half kneeling child figure could be in some way guiding the end of the saw to keep the cutting true and accurate. The child could also be lifting the blade each time there was too much stone dust and clearing the dust out.

Let's not forget that nobody needs to have a giant holding a lamp. A lamp is a free standing object which which needs no human being to support it. But if we look closely at the giant's right hand, we can see it's grasping something, such as a handle, to hold the rear of the saw blade.
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The sheer weight of a metal blade of a size to cut stone blocks of about 12 feet long, would require someone like a giant to do the work. And all of these words, are a theory.


The Great Pyramid of Giza, is the best, and the most perfect. It carries all the measurements of our times.


"So, those are the observations I have, on that."

the author
I.H.S. by John F. Ednie








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Ancient frequency saw for cutting stone, using tuned harmonics.



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white pyramid of gizaA Word about stone drawings:

There's a lot of money involved in having "a discovery" and idea accepted in the general media. Unfortunately, it's not that difficult to tamper and modify ancient illustrations to make them agree with a point.

I suspect much of what is shown in ancient drawings and illustrations has been "modified" or altered to fit the "times of that day".
For example, that's not the real image or face we see today on the Sphynx.

How much trouble would it be to add a feature to an old stone illustration to alter the meaning of that ancient illustration?
And. . . how much trouble would it be to "salt" an area with carved stone fragments to introduce a new area of discovery?