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The 3 stars in Orion's belt are in one line and very nearly equally spaced, as are the 3 pyramids. The first is a coincidence. The second may be as well, or it could be deliberate because the Egyptians liked it that way. Either way, the "correlation" is meaningless. Of course, the actual distance between the stars on the celestial globe is totally different ...


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Overall, I would say that we still don't know for sure, but the general consensus of the experts seems to be that the labor force that built the pyramids were not free wage workers in the modern sense, but there is no evidence to suggest they were chattel slaves to any significant extent. Here is a nice short article, "Who built the pyramids" from ...


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The photo in the OP seems to be lifted from http://www.mountainguides.com/photos/vinson/vinson-s-pyramid.jpg Pictures such as the main one on http://climb.mountains.com/Photo_Gallery_files/Continent_files/Vinson.shtml suggest there are many, many more than three such "pyramids" in Antarctica.


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There aren't pyramids in Brazil. All the native brazilian tribes were in the Paleolithic state, with some starting to implement rudimentary agriculture. There aren't pre-colombian bricks or stone constructions in Brazil. What exists in Brazil are the "Sambaquis" ("shell midden" or "shell mound") that are just piles of organic matter. Sambaquis can be found ...


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