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According to most beliefs pyramids were built with the help of great armies of slaves by the ancient pharaohs of Egypt as tombs for preserving their royal bodies Pyramids were meant to be monuments to the pharaohs greatness filled with great treasures for the afterlife There is only one problem with this popular theory the Great Pyramid itself contains no pharaohs body no treasure chamber and no treasures Since no bodies or treasures were found this opens up a door for the possibility that the pyramids were built by aliens using their far-more advanced technology than the Egyptians had 4500 years ago when the pyramids were built This essay contains proof that the Egyptians did not build the pyramids and will elaborate on How could the Egyptians build such structures why the pyramids were built in their location how long it would take to build these pyramids and how many people One issue that appears is how have the Egyptians built such massive structures without advanced technology This structures is thirty times larger than the Empire State Building the Pyramids features are so large they can be seen from the Moon IES Edwards believes that a very long ramp was used He says only one method of raising heavy weights was open to the ancient Egyptians namely by means by ramps composed of brick and earth which sloped upwards from the level of the ground to whatever height was desired There are a few problems with his theory one is that the ramp would probably end up being over a mile long meaning that the ramp itself would be harder to build than the pyramid IES Edwards also says Finally when the wall had been built to its full height the ramp would be dismantled Dismantling the ramp would probably take years and where would all the rocks be put This long ramp seems very unlikely even if it were used it
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