The Documented Ancient Construction Method of The Great Pyramid

The earliest historical documentation of Great Pyramid construction at Giza can be found in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible, in the Book of Ezekiel, Chapter One.

There were no ramps for raising Pyramid blocks on the Giza Plateau.

The four sided Pyramids at Giza have four innate stepped sides which can be regarded as “stone racks”, and multiple ancient Egyptian wooden pinion-pulleys engaged with these stone racks to raise the Pyramid, progressively utilising a Pyramid under construction to the point of completion. The ancient method is elegant and the absolute opposite of what Hollywood has us believe. This is the earliest known example of Rack and Pinion Mechanics, wooden pulley machines, each having a mechanical advantage of 2.8 (MA = 2.8) 

The earliest historical documentation of Great Pyramid construction at Giza can be found in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible, in the Book of Ezekiel, Chapter One.

Two thousand years after construction Ezekiel, a Hebrew priest-scribe-historian convened a gathering of Hebrew exiles to glean what had been spoken of and remembered throughout their generations. 

What they told him on that particular stated day beside the River Chebar in Babylon, he wrote down, he documented.

By modern standards of technical writing, Ezekiel’s transcribed reportage reads as florid mumbo jumbo. The time frame and North East African cultural psychology of describing actions through the innate characteristics of animals, in this case the Eagle, Lion, Ox and Man had to be considered over many weeks before being revealed and making perfect sense as attributes pertaining to location properties at any particular point during pulley hoisting operations. 

Examples of innate animal characteristic language are, “soared like an eagle” and “strong as an ox”.

When a Pyramid construction worker exclaimed “the ox has broken”, the engineers knew the pulley lobe location was directly under and bearing the load of a Pyramid block, because the ox is the beast of burden and carries the load. 

Only after my thorough understanding of the later historical documentation of Herodotus did Ezekiel’s reportage make perfect sense and there is convergence of the construction method between these two documents. Such convergence of at least two documents by separate authors is usually considered proof of an event by most universities worldwide.

The second document is written by Herodotus, a Greek historian widely regarded as being “The Father of History”. Herodotus asked many questions in his travels and recorded what he was told. In c.450 BC the Giza priesthood personally told Herodotus what they knew of Giza Pyramid construction.

I have confirmed what the Egyptian priest-scribe-historians explained to Herodotus to be absolutely correct and basically this is, Giza Pyramids were built using wooden pulley machines. Tomb models exist of these pulleys, known as “Petrie rockers”. In museums these are labelled as “of unknown use”.

My book is titled “Raising Stone 1: Paul Hai’s Racks and Pinions Theory”

Paul Hai

Читайте больше на

Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Post navigation

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Create a free website or blog at

%d bloggers like this: