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The Gold top of The Pyramids.. Niburu...
08-12-2013, 10:11 AM #1
Billyon Member
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What was on the top of the Giza Pyramid..? Who knows! I think the government came in and

took it ! They are making sure that nobody has a chance to even see it or know where it is.

I personally think that there was proof of Niburu on the gold top piece. The hieroglyphs had to

indicate the proof of something special. Any of my fellow peers that would like to comment

and give there idea or opinion feel free.. I really would like to hear some feedback ! Thanks!
08-12-2013, 10:18 AM #2
Octo Mother Superior
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Check out this old story. I don't remember if this was done or not.

Egypt plans gold cap for pyramid

The Guardian, Thursday 9 December 1999 03.23 GMT

A plan to install a "golden cap" on Egypt's Great Pyramid of Cheops for millennium celebrations is under discussion, the country's minister of culture, Farouq Hosny, confirmed yesterday.

Archaeologists and opposition newspapers claim the plan would endanger the 4,600-year-old monument because of the cap's weight. The original plan was to keep the golden cap for one year, but Mr Hosny announced on Wednesday that it would be kept only "for a few hours before being removed" and that it would be made of light material.


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08-12-2013, 10:26 AM #3
Billyon Member
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Thanks I have read about it I'm just wondering what people think about this !

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08-12-2013, 10:34 AM #4
Octo Mother Superior
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I've heard before that the cap stone of the pyramids (or some of them) were gold plated.

Typical pyramid capstones (singular pyramidion, plural pyramidia) were made of limestone or another stone. Some extant examples from the Old Kingdom show drill holes that may have served to anchor electrum or gold plating.
The earlierst pyramidion known comes from the Red Pyramid of Sneferu at Dashur. It limestone, uniscribed, and undecorated, as was typical for the earliest pyramids.
The only pyramidia known from Giza (site of the Great Pyramid) are from the smaller subsidiary pyramids and are also fairly plain stone.
Pyramidia of the later Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, and New Kingdom also tend to be of stone, again, occasionally with evidence of anchor points for precious metal coverings. They are usually inscribed, often with the name of the pyramid, along with religious texts involving the sun-god.

08-12-2013, 10:42 AM #5
Billyon Member
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I know that the Egyptians hieroglyphs were put there for some reason and the gold top piece had to have some drawings or hieroglyphs on it
08-12-2013, 10:43 AM #6
Accidental Stoner Member
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Hey there, new Kritter! wave.gif

Wonder if we'll ever know the truth about the pyramids.

Still the simplest but most pregnant political symbol there is.

08-12-2013, 12:32 PM #7
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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I've always wondered about this as well OP. Found this a few years back, there is some speculation this was what was carved on the original capstone...





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