I've spent a fair amount of time over many years absorbing information about ancient artifacts and structures such as those found in Egypt on the Giza Plateau, the result of which is that the official narratives regarding the construction and manufacture of such megaliths and objects is baloney. These highly precise objects were clearly not made with primitive tools as the mainstream historians posit, some of them having well defined tooling marks as would be created by a computer driven lathe or multi-axis milling machine.
Recently Ben van Kerkwyk of UnchartedX has gathered a team including engineers, mathematicians and machinists to analyze a vase that is thought to be at least 5,000 years old and very possibly much older. The results of their work is absolutely stunning. The precision of the dimensions of this small, granite vase, both independently and in relationship to other features, are within a few thousandths of an inch and many dimensions are within one one thousandth of an inch. There are 10's of thousands of these vases, yet they have apparently never been analyzed to this degree before. Part of the problem with accessing these objects seems to be that those holding them, such as the historical museums, often refuse to allow them to be studied.
If the incredible precision of these objects isn't enough to stun you and dispel the "hand carved" bullshit, there is another aspect of this particular vase that adds another layer of complexity to the mystery of their manufacture and that is the overall geometry which is shared among many ancient structures. Pi, phi and the Fibonacci sequence are embedded in many such ancient objects, including this vase. If such artifacts were purely functional, there doesn't seem to be a reason to create them with such precession, so what other purpose might they have served? Apparently it isn't uncommon to find hundreds of these vases in a single cache, so were they perhaps used as currency or a status symbol?
While one may posit that this vase is a modern forgery, the precision is still there and it seems highly unlikely that such an artifact could be reproduced from any material, much less granite, using even the latest available technology. And even if one could replicate the exterior, that still leaves the removal of material from the interior while maintaining a ludicrous degree of precision. Apparently the wall thickness of some of these vases is so thin that light passes through. Also there is the fact that many such artifacts and megaliths on the Giza Plateau are similarly precise. Were it not for the machine tooling marks present on other artifacts on the Giza Plateau, i might wonder if this vase was not made 'naturally', not that such objects grew on trees, but rather that someone knew how to manipulate the quantum field in order to materialize such an object without a machine.
Lastly, i wonder if this vase could have been perfect at one time. While there are currently "errors" of up to 4 thousandths of an inch in the vase, how has time, temperature and humidity affected the granite?
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