This Presidential Hopeful Has A Rather … Interesting Theory On Why The Pyramids Were Built


Footage has come to sun of presidential hopeful, Ben Carson, “says hes” believed the Biblical figure Joseph built the pyramids to store grain. He also said that scientists can only explain the pyramids with outlandish the notion of super-intelligent foreigners, despite the huge amounts of written evidence the Ancient Egyptians left behindto explain why they built the pyramids they were tombs.

Carson dedicated the speech in 1998 as the keynote speaker for graduates at Andrews University, the flagship university of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

Carson, a former neurosurgeon, has enjoyed a recent boost in popularity during the ongoing Republican leadership campaigns. The latest survey , by NBC News, sets his support at 29 percent, six points up on the former front-runner, Donald Trump.

The speech came to light after a recent Buzzfeed News article published a video recording of it. Last Wednesday, CBS News asked Carson whether his views have changed since 1998, to which he responded: Its still my faith, yes.

In the speech he said 😛 TAGEND

My own personal theory is that Joseph built the pyramids to store grain. Now all the archeologists think that they were induced for the pharaohs graves. But, you know, it would have to be something awfully big if you stop and think about it. And I dont think itd only disappear over the course of time to store that much grain.

And when you look at the way that the pyramids are made, with many chambers that are hermetically sealed, theyd have to be that way for various reasons, Carson said. And various of scientists have said, Well, you know there were alien beings that came down and they have special knowledge and thats how you know, it doesnt require an foreigner being when God is with you.

People may not even be able to explain what it is that youre accomplishing, but they dont have to be able to explain it when God is there.

In the speech, he also said, they[ scientists] never have an answer for these kind of things. Thats the wonderful thing about having a relationship with God. God has already told us what happened.

The comments have been met with ridicule and skepticism, such as the Twitter hashtag #bencarsonwikipedia , which satirizes the comments.

You can view the speech in full here .

[ H/ T Buzzfeed ]

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