4- Archeological evidences

The presence in the great pyramids of hydraulic hoist is the true “revelation of the pyramids”, it is necessary to provide evidences for this.


Supporters of the “consensus” of archaeologists that can be summarized as follows:

  • Room connected to a descending corridor = mortuary chamber of the king
  • Lifting of the blocks = ramps.
  • Moving the blocs = sledges on lubricated paths

For decades, they have not been able to provide the slightest physical proof of the slightest beginning of a visible ramp on the ground outside, as well as into the pyramids.

As far as the mortuary chambers are concerned, they have tried hard to circumvent the counter-evidence of these bare and  anonymous chambers without the slightest trace of a piece of funerary furniture or chunk of a royal dead body ever found.

At that time the traditional vault didn’t had any engraving on its walls, but the antechamber which was inside the mastaba contained the name and quality of the defunct in fine engravings very often paint plus a statue frequently as it was the case for Hemiunu allegedly architect of the great pyramid and AnkHaf of the Khufu brotherhood.

In the 7 great pyramids none of that, ALL the rooms and galeries are bare, somme archaeologists pretend that it was the duty of the outside temple to show the memorial, unfortunately they are so ruined if not totally erased that no evidence was visible. As a consequence the attribution of a pyramid to a king is much more a quiz than a documented statement.

The 4 first pyramids didn’t have a sarcophagus inside, the upper chamber of the pyramid of Cheops so called “royal chamber” has a hollowed block in granite that has been called a sarcophagus because it has the possible dimensions, however G. Dormion in his book “la chambre de Chéops” made the demonstration that this chamber was a fake. So why the 2 following where a sarcophagus was found would be genuine funerary chambers?

It is highly unlikely that those powerful kings putting to work the best of a kingdom in a 20 years action, piling stones by millions, to build this gigantic monument designed to stay for eternity in order to protect his dead body against all possible plundering and imprint in it for ever his memory, at the end was put in those anonymous chambers so easy to unveil and to access!

AT the end:

Ramps, no traces, rooms + descending galleries there are only counter-evidences and yet, strangely they made a consensus to promote and defend these untruths.

On the other hand

All that counter evidences put forward that the king’s chamber is highly likely elsewhere in the pyramid.

I pretend that there was one time water in the visited volumes in the 7 great pyramids, water that sustained submersible floats that raised the stones vertically even the heaviest in the center of the pyramids.

Who says water plus float says vertical well <=> which says vertical well says water.

Contrary to the consensus, to support my analysis I bring the direct and indirect evidences that there are pits still in the pyramids and all can be checked:

Pyramid of Saqqara:

With regard to float lifts, the pyramid of Saqqara brings two direct material proofs:


The presence under the base of the pyramid of 11 wells 33 m deep under the east face whose vertical plane cuts the masonry of the pyramid in the second degree, 20 m high.

The presence in the center of the pyramid, of a large vertical well 29 m deep, which also contains the ballast which stabilized the float, is that JP. Lauer sells us as the king’s mortuary chamber.

Was it 4500 years later that there is still water in these wells?

Pyramid of Meidum:

G. Dormion and JY. Verd’hurt discovered, concealed by lintels forming the roof of the horizontal corridor, small vaulted “chambers” just above rectangular mini-vestibules in the same corridor.

Crédit Fr. Monnier

This is evidence of deliberate action on the part of the builders to conceal two vertical shafts that have been plugged by a corbelled vault.

This discovery of Dormion / Verd’hurt makes it possible to understand that each time we discover a chamber with corbelled vault in a pyramid, we are in the presence of a well or a cage blocked and disguised as a room.

The “burial chamber” is also the lower part of a cage, its floor is not the original rock, it is the result of the filling of the underground well opening at the zero level, its corbelled vault is the result of the filling the cage. She was left prominently to simulate a burial chamber.

Red pyramid:

Archaeologists see a funeral chamber preceded by two antechambers. But by getting closer to what we know about the pyramid of Meidoum, we immediately recognize the same pattern, only here, instead of concealing the closed cages they left them prominently as antechambers with a magnificent vault.

Three pits are visible in this pyramid.

Bent pyramid:

The lower chamber and the upper chamber are the result of two blocked wells, the lower chamber is flanked by two smaller volumes a mysterious pit to the south and an antechamber to the north, this antechamber as the same width than the passage conducting to it, the passage is caped by lintels, the antechamber by a corbelled vault.

Credit Fr. Monnier

If this antechamber was originally a chamber it ought to be covered by lintels like the passage, not a corbelled vault. This antechamber was a pit during the pyramid building, blocked and transformed in antechamber at the end.

Credit Fr. Monnier

This pattern applies also to the 2 small chambers with a portcullis inside blocking the horizontal passage leading to the upper “king chamber”. Those mini chambers are 0.8 m width, but instead of being covered by lintels, they also get a corbelled vault. False mini chambers, real blocked pits.

Pyramid of Cheops:

There is one direct evidence and two indirect proofs:

Direct proof, the room of the harrows:


This room is a portion of the third stage pit, it gives the section of the pit and its construction technology

Niche of the lower chamber:

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The presence behind the niche of the lower room of a corridor 1 m width 1.7 m height 5.5 m long covered by lintels, that was blocked by the builders themselves and partially cleared by who knows since.

1.7 m height this corridor was designed for a human circulation, turns north in its middle blocked as well, giving access from the lower chamber, to a masonry 5.5 m deep to the east, of an unknown dimension to the north leaning against the eastern wall of the lower chamber.

G. Dormion in his book “la chambre de Chéops” released 15 years ago, described in details all this, but to date no archaeological research was conducted there.

Worthless for the “consensus”?

In the pyramid any masonry present at any level goes to the base.

This masonry could contain the first and second stage pits (brown color on the image).


It is crystal clear, the constant and systematic actions on behalf of the builders to hide these vertical volumes, testify that it was important for them that these devices will not discovered later with the exception of the pyramid of Saqqara for another reason.

Despite this, these wells have been partially discovered in 4 of the 5 pyramids cited, but until then never identified as such by archaeologists.

They have been discovered by professional or amateur qualified archaeologists, but these prisoners of consensus have missed out on the true meaning of their discoveries.

Clogging in the center of the eastern face of the Cheops pyramid:


Finally, my recent discovery of traces of clogging in the center of the eastern face of the pyramid, at ground level, which after additional analyzes, could provide irrefutable proof of the existence of an access gallery (and not a conduit water like the other “entrances”) which the real entrance to the pyramid for stones and men.

Granite plugs:

Credit G. Dormion

The presence of a cork made of three blocks of Granite in the ascending gallery makes sense when there is water in the pyramid, every one can check that the last plug is closely adjusted to seal the gallery. Otherwise they stay a mystery.


Al Ma’mûn Passage:

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In this same place, the fact that there is a passage attributed to Sultan Al Ma’mûn, attests that the precision of the place of this carving, owes nothing to the tiny chance of falling blind to 1 m on 200 m front in the right place, but to the fact that the sultan found a conduit to follow. This conduit is an indirect proof of existing water in the pyramid.

Trial passage:

Trial passage
Credit F. Petrie

The obvious presence of this vertical shaft in the “trial passage” which is a mock-up of some corridors of the pyramid. It was (as usual) filled with stones but badly!