No, they were simple early pyramids. How were the "FAILED" in any way?<quoted text>
You are talking about the Many FAILED attempts to construct pyramids, that were little more than piles of rocks, that more than once simply collapsed.
I have never seen any evidence for that. Let's see your evidence.OVERNIGHT they built near perfect pyramids with highly complex interiors.
So you are talking about incompetent modern carvers. As far as moving the blocks that was a relatively easy task.Modern stone carvers say that even with all their modern equipment, they would not even attempt to duplicate what the Ancient Egyptians did.
Umm no. Largely built of limestone, they definitely are not built of the "hardest stones known to man". The hardest rock you will find there is granite, and that is only moderately hard.Some of the vaults are carved into square boxes, and they are made of some of the Hardest Stone known to man.
Aah, so you have talked with morons then.I have seen several modern stone contractors say those near perfect stone boxes can NOT be duplicated with today's technology.
What is so hard about making a straight line or a ninety degree angle? We have known how to do that for, well since the pyramids were built.