Skip to comments.The Great Pyramid of Garut?[Indonesia]
Posted on 01/12/2012 10:38:19 AM PST by Theoria
A pyramid far older and larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza, has been discovered in Indonesia.
Mount Sadahurip in Garut, West Java, dubbed the "Garut Pyramid," has been undergoing verification tests by the Ancient Catastrophic Disaster Team to see if the mount was indeed formed by the existence of a man-made structure.
By using Superstring geo-electric instruments, surveyors are measuring the resistivity of the geological layers, with additional funding being approved from Germany to undergo excavations. The initial survey has concluded that the structure is highly unlikely to be of natural formation.
A 3D contour plot of topographical digital data supports the followint hypothesis, "There exists an anomaly formation made of sinder cone located on a horizontal unconformity intrusion base." Carbon-14 dating showed the age of the ancient top soil dated back to at least 6000 BC, and the age of the hard soil in the lower strat to be of 7500 BC.
Prior to testing, a series of excavations were carried out claiming, "that a number of covert rock inscriptions were spotted," and that the pyramid buried within the hill would be larger than that of the Great Pyramid of Giza. "The height is estimated to reach 200 meters," and "it was figured to have been constructed around 10,000 years ago."
The Deutsche Orient-Gesellscaaft (DOG), with research Prof. Bonatz, will meet with another interested researcher, Stephen Oppenheimer of Oxford University, and author of Eden in the East, in Bali to discuss a way to fast-track excavation.
Islamicists with explosives have been dispatched to solve the problem.
Doc Savage, please call the office!
"There exists an anomaly formation made of sinder (sic) cone located on a horizontal unconformity intrusion base."
Where do they come up with these terms?
It is just earth resistivity measurements that have been around for almost 100 years. Made better and easier with computers.
I imagine the reporter meant “Super Sting” (”Sting - electrical shock) - which is a good brand, and one of the first to make use of the computers.
From "covert rock inscriptions"?
And Rich Corinthian Leather...
Thanks BenLurkin. This is pretty wackadoo, but I do plan to ping it when I’m back home.
Shrug. Perhaps another Bosnian pyramid, but ya never know.Sometimes ya do.
"There exists an anomaly formation made of sinder cone located on a horizontal unconformity intrusion base." Carbon-14 dating showed the age of the ancient top soil dated back to at least 6000 BC, and the age of the hard soil in the lower strat to be of 7500 BC.It's apparently a volcanic cone, and the radiocarbon dating would probably show older than actual because it won't have much C14 in it (it's volcanic debris, which has none).
Look closely; that might be three...
|GGG managers are SunkenCiv, StayAt HomeMother & Ernest_at_the_Beach|
Thanks BenLurkin. Oh So Mysteriouso ping.
The conical shapes in the background are non transformational cinder cones.
My reading was a cinder cone was transformed into a pyramidal structure by making the sides into triangular surfaces
George Noory or Ian Punnet, not Doc Savage.
Carbon datng is actually pretty useless as it was recently learned that radioactive carbon’s rate of decay is affected by the distance of the earth from the sun. This means that’s it’s rate of decay is not always a steady rate.
Actually, that statement is pretty useless.
Radiocarbon variations over time are known because of tree ring studies, and studies of coral. The rate of variation is very small, but can make slightly older rings appear to be the same age as younger ones, because the C14 uptake was higher in the earlier years when the rings were grown. Samples from plants grown in soil higher in regular carbon (C12), such as volcanic ash, will appear to be older than they are, so samples of that kind are avoided.
Except at Thera, at Thera those results have been embraced in order to prop up the supereruption nonsense.
They line up with Orion’s belt, too.
[looks like a mountain, to me]
I had not heard of Thera before now, so I checked wikipedia, and it discusses pinpointing the date of the eruption using artifacts, and one single olive tree found under the ash. Nothing about a super eruption. What is the controversy?
I often wondered what a ‘corinthian’ was and how you make leather out of one.
I mean, do you skin ‘em normally?
Are they good eatin’?
They are not as tall as the pyramid the photographer is standing on
Only the rich ones. The poor ones, not so much.
Oh, so, I’d been in here before. :’o
Note: this reply is for your reply of 1/15/2012. Sorry for the long delay.Here are some of the FR topics about that:
I sorta begin to wonder if maybe ten thousand years ago or more, a pyramid was one of those things that everyone “just hadda have...”
The bad translation from Indonesie Bhassa is based on misuse of the Bhassa to English part of the English to Bhassa dictionary written by Ed Schmidalltallings ~ I helped!
Actually, it's funnier to me than to you ~ I think Dutch uses SINDER so that one slipped through.
Next time I help a guy put together a primary dictionary I promise to do a through final review.
When it comes to dictionaries, everybody’s got one, but it’s a really small world when it comes to the guys who make them.