Claim: Massive mechanical circular saws were used to construct the pyramids

The saws were "obviously powered by some kind of machine and rapidly cutting through this granite"

CAIRO (INTELLIHUB) — Traveling archeologist Brien Foerster explains in a YouTube video he published back in March that large circular saws were used during the construction of the pyramids to cut massive granite blocks, boxes, and things of that sort.

“What we see are two circular saws working, one on the top one on the bottom, obviously powered by some kind of machine and rapidly cutting through this granite which is 7 out of 10 on the hardness scale with diamond being 10,” he explained.

Foerster said he thinks that the museum may have tucked the box against the wall in an effort to hid the highly advanced saw cuts.

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