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mfigurski80
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Soopapotamus
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Aliens constructed the Egyptian pyramids, and Egyptians found them there.

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mfigurski80
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 5/19/2015 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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mfigurski80

Pro

First round: introduction and stating of position.
Second round: Contentions
Third round: Rebuttals
Fourth round: Counter-rebuttals and final statements

Aliens obviously built the pyramids, not the Egyptians.
Soopapotamus

Con

I refute that claim, since several artifacts have shown the existence of workers constructing the pyramids. These artifacts include payment records for the workers, and span over wide swaths of time, roughly enough for workers to construct the great pyramid.
Debate Round No. 1
mfigurski80

Pro

It's actually very startling that the pyramids of Giza, built in 3,000 B.C., are still standing tall as if they were built yesterday (except for the polished stones and capstone, which were taken to build Alexandria). Other pyramids, built even 500 years later, were all shoddy and are crumbling down. For example, the famous "bent" pyramid, which starts out with a very high angle, and then retreats to a shallower one for the top. This is because the angle at which it was started was much too steep for it to actually stand when it would be finished, so the designers altered the plans halfway through. So, did the Egyptians, after 500 years, just forget how to build a pyramid?! I mean, it was like ten generations for them, but still...

The answer is actually quite simple. The Pharaoh saw pyramids on his land, build by aliens and used as a burial ground for his ancestors, and decided that he too wanted a Pyramid. And so he called his architects, and they designed him one to be built. Halfway through, they noticed that it would be too hard to build it and it might collapse, so they changed the angle. The Pharoah showed his disgust by having a second pyramid constructed, named the "Red Pyramid", and then he had himself buried there.

(http://www.guardians.net...)
http://www.outerworlds.com...)

King Tutankhamun's tomb also provides some insights. Has everyone heard of the Pharaoh's curse? It's actually a real thing, proved when about two dozen explorers who visited the site died afterwards, one after the other. In fact, one wrote "I have succumbed to the curse" in his own blood before hanging himself. Well, it was all real until the scientists had a look at it. Actually,, there is a special species of fungi, and lots of it, covering the walls of the burial chamber. What killed the explorers was the unrealistically severe allergic reaction to the fungi. Except, no other place on Earth has been found to harbor that species of fungi.

King Tut's body also poses several questions. For those who don't know, he was a boy, becoming pharaoh at age 12 and dying at around 19. His mummy's body is severely disshaped, and people say that it was wild beasts that got to him. But did they really? The entrance was closed off with rocks, so how could beasts get through?

The answer can again be found in alien life. King Tut was an alien, in fact an adult alien, who is now supposed as a child because aliens are short. This would explain the misshapen, otherworldy body. His name, Tutankhamun, means "living image of Aten. Aten was an Egyptian god usually presented as a disk of light, which, coincidentally, is almost percisely how most people report UFO sightings. More proof: his father (maybe also an alien?) banned the worship of any god but Aten. If the aliens were driving around in giant hovering "Atens", wouldn't they, after contact, prefer to be worshipped as the only gods? And the fungi? Well, it grew because of the long-term presence and decomposition of King Tut, the alien king. This also proves that aliens have had contact with Egyptians, and ruled over them in some cases, but never allowing them to retain any advanced technologies.

(http://articles.latimes.com...)
(http://www.outerworlds.com...)
(http://www.egyptianmyths.net...)

Let's also look for a second at how perfectly the pyramids were designed. First look at this diagram: (http://www.outerworlds.com...). The pyramid is highlighted in red, the two red lines are the north east and north west, and that bunch of squiggles up top is the Nile River delta. As you see, the two lines enclose the delta neatly, and entirely. Of course, you could probably argue that some Egyptian walked the hundred or so miles to the end of the delta with a really, really long piece of string, while people back at the planned site held it. Then they waited while the same process was repeated by another person, and then they would manipulate the lines for several days until they finally got this perfect place for the construction. Or you could say that it was measured quickly, and swiftly, by aliens from orbit.

There's a whole nother thing coming from here too. Look at that diagram again. Those two lines, they're the north west and north east, but they are also more. Look at them in relation to the pyramid. Yup. They're it's corners simply extended. The Egyptians built a pyramid with it's flat side PERFECTLY ALIGNED with the magnetic North. And compasses were first invented in China, 2,800 years after (206 B.C). I can't even think of any way the Egyptians could have done that, so if anybody figures something out, I'd appreciate a comment. Anyway, aliens would have had no problem aligning anything to the magnetic north.

(http://www.outerworlds.com...)
(http://www.outerworlds.com...)
(http://en.wikipedia.org...)

P.S.

To my opponent: I see that you are a new member, and I would like to formally welcome you to the debate.org community. In the first round, I posted a list of what is to be said, and in which round. If you analyze it, you will find that in the next round you should post your arguments, without trying to knock mine until round 3. Thanks, and good luck.
Soopapotamus

Con

Soopapotamus forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
mfigurski80

Pro

I would really love to continue this, so I guess you could wait and simply take a shot at my arguments.

Also, in the first post you said that there are worker payment records, spaning a width of time long enough to construct the pyramids. Since I'm technically supposed to refute your arguments, here we go...

First off, I'd like to point out the complete lack of cources in that statement. True, it was just an opening, but I couldn't find anything after looking online for quite some time. I'm not really sure where you got that from, so any sources would be a big help.

Next: what I DID find is that the Egyptians really didn't bother recording how they built the pyramids. In fact, there aren't any artifacts that prove that the Egyptians did it.

Egyptians, despite closely identifying and recording all of their wars, pharaoh's, and other constuctions, never have provided any record of building the great pyramids.

(http://blog.world-mysteries.com...)
Soopapotamus

Con

Soopapotamus forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
mfigurski80

Pro

And so my opponent has now forfeited his second round. Let us see if he might just pull through some final words in the last round.

Just for clarification, I dont believe that aliens built the pyramids. My belief, however, cannot be used against me because my opinion does not count if aliens truly did build the pyramids. So, no 'you admitted you're wrong' arguments

Vote Pro, and LONG LIVE THE ALIENS!!!

XD
Soopapotamus

Con

Soopapotamus forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 4
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Posted by mfigurski80 1 year ago
mfigurski80
It's pretty funny, all things considered. I think I might've overdone it though, my brother actual is convinced and is trying to prove alien life...
Posted by PatriotPerson 1 year ago
PatriotPerson
The fact that some people actually believe aliens built the pyramids is quite ludicrous.
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