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Who are you?

We are a small informal research group based in Southwest Colorado.

What have you done?

We have developed a methodology called Symbol and Process Primitive Scenario Generation (SiPPSiG) and used it to analyze the significant structures on the Giza Plateau.

What prompted you to do this?

An international team of experts gathered at Sandia National Laboratories in the late 1990s to consider how to develop a message that would last for ten thousand years.  The message was to mark an underground nuclear waste disposal site as a hazardous area and to discourage future generations from disturbing the ground there. They decided that the best way to do this would be to build a giant monument of earth and stone which could be interpreted without any written inscriptions and whose message would be protected and disseminated to future generations by a “priesthood.”

After considering their results, we asked ourselves if a similar message might exist on earth today. We decided for numerous reasons that the leading candidate would be Giza.

What prompted you to use SiPPSiG?

We knew that we needed a new approach that did not fall victim to the same old alternative archeology arguments. SiPPSiG is used to identify significant symbols and their relationship to one another in the context of process diagrams in STEM fields that we use today. What matters is not who built the structures or when but rather what might the structures represent symbolically as a whole?

For this study, the unknown artifacts were detailed renderings of the interior and exterior elements (including the spatial relationships) of all the significant structures on the Giza Plateau.

What were your results?

The SiPPSiG methodology identified numerous symbols which might relate to electro-optics and in particular acousto-optics, nanophotonics, and holography.

How have you interpreted the results?

We have grouped our results into broad and narrow categories as follows:

Broad interpretation:

  • The major structures of the Giza Plateau including the pyramids of Khufu (Great Pyramid), Khafre, and Menkaure, as well as the Sphinx, the satellite pyramids, causeways, and mortuary/valley temples, can be taken as a whole and are representative of a specific message.
  • The interpretation of this message may not be dependent on a specific builder or date of construction.
  • The message may represent a process and may include specific instructions on how to create and assemble the pieces required to execute that process.

Narrow interpretation:

  • The major structures of the Giza Plateau including the pyramids of Khufu (Great Pyramid), Khafre, and Menkaure, as well as the Sphinx, the satellite pyramids, causeways, and mortuary/valley temples, can be taken as a whole and are representative of a specific message.
  • The interpretation of this message may not be dependent on a specific builder or date of construction.
  • The message may represent a process and may include specific instructions on how to create and assemble the pieces required to execute that process.
  • The final interpretation of this message may be dependent on acousto-optics (possibly including nano-photonics) and/or holography.
  • The process may reference at least one crystalline structure with photorefractive and/or multiferroic properties.
  • The process may reference some form of quantum information processing and/or communication.
  • The acousto-optic interpretation may include potential anomalies relative to space and time integration within the process which point to an as yet unidentified third integration which may have something to do with gravity.

If this is a process, what do you think it does?

We are now confident that the process represents a method for storing and manipulating quantum information within a confined crystalline lattice.  We believe that there is a significant possibility that the process may fall into one of two general QIP categories, namely confined quantum computation in the form of one-way quantum information processing or a quantum repeater for communication or both.

If this is a communications device, who do you think is on the other end of the communication?

That is a very good question.

Are you confident in your work and in your findings?

Yes.

Is it possible that you could be wrong?

Yes.

Can this process be made real?  Can it be constructed?

Yes.

Are you confident that this will become a reality?

We do not know.