An Engineered Design:
Proof in the Details

When operating the pumping the action of the water created a ‘thump-thump’ sound so to further investigate the subterranean chamber’s design I constructed two more replica orologi model, one to analyze fluid dynamics within the chamber and another to analyze the acoustics of the chamber.

I used the original pump model I had modified over the years to create the acoustic model and built it alongside a seasonal creek with a small pond acting as the moat or reservoir. To endure water pressure and withstand hydraulic ‘hammer spikes’ fiberglass and epoxy were used to construct the model. The model was then cased in reinforced concrete and when finished weighed 500 pounds.

When operating, this model generated powerful pulses that could be felt through the ground at twenty away feet and heard a hundred feet away, and could pump replica rolex datejust uhren water to any elevation relative to the scale of the Great Pyramid. Thus, I named it the ‘pulse generator’ model because of the powerful pulses generated.

Fitted with twenty-five ink injectors, the fluid dynamics model (model #4) was built with a glass cheap replica sunglasses top and eastern wall enabling a view of flowing water inside the chamber. Viewing the water flow would explain if the pattern of fins carved into the subterranean chamber were deliberate. Below are photographs of model #4’s chamber:

Western View of the Fluid Dynamics Model's Chamber

In the above photographs, looking towards the step gives a perspective of the fin arrangement. At the upper right the eastern glass wall is visible with the pit in foreground. At the lower right the eastern glass wall can be seen as well as glass topped ante chamber. After studying the flowing water within the modeled subterranean chamber it is apparent that the flow of water is dynamic, complex, and precise.

Water flow in model #4

In the photographs above, at the left, looking down at the subchamber model the pit is offset from the eastern wall to allow for the flow entering the pit not to interfer with entering the chamnber from the drive pipe (yellow arrow). Water that does not flow into the output (dead end) shaft is deflected.

At the right, ink is being injected in six ports around the “dead end” shaft. The yellow entrance jet shoots towards the entrance of the high pressure output. The orange arrows show the deflection around the “dead end” shaft. Notice replica rolex watches how there is a flow from the ceiling down into the pit. The pit is offset from the eastern wall to prevent this ceiling-to-pit flow from interfering with the entrance current. This explains why the pit was offset from the wall. In the Great Pyramid's Subterannean Chamber, there is a sloped area at the top of the pit that is a result of flowing warer funneling into the pit. Today, this eroded area has been filled with bricks to accommodate hand-rails.

Water Flow in the Step Area of Model #4

In the photographs above, looking down on the step face and the pit the ink shows the flow running along the face of the step. As the flow of water arrives at the step channel it is diverted. Erosion on the Great Pyramid's Subterannean Chamber floor exactly matches this pattern. In the photograph to the right, ink is injected into the step channel shows the flow direction and that the step channel diverts the face flow.

Interestly, the pit’s diagonal offset is precisely aligned with a tunnel that should lead to an area where the Nile River existed at one time.


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Fluid and Acoustical Dynamics
Sound Refelection Versus Fluid Deflection

The sound wave striking the perpendicular surface reflects the majority of the pulse back towards the source. When the fluid jet strikes a perpendicular surface, it spreads in a 360 degree pattern perpendicular to the jet. The subterranean chamber incorporates fluid dynamics and acoustical dynamics

Ink Jets Installed in Model #4

The glass topped fluid dynamics model showing 10 of the 25 ink injection valves. By placing the injectors at strategic locations, the exact fluid dynamics were able to be established. Running the glass topped model in the pump/pulse mode causes the glass to immediately shatter.


Ink injected into seven ports on the chamber's step shows the beauty and precision of the fluid design.
The step and fin structures were constructed to circulate water around the chamber.
The Great Pyramid's Subterannean Chamber
with its step and fins feature clearly visible
The Pulse Pump Model in Action
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