The workman's area above the Grand Gallery is the location of the vacuum release valve. After the vacuum causes the water to rise in the Grand Gallery the vacuum valve is released. This causes the water to flow back down the Grand Gallery. The kinetic force of this movement of water in the Grand Gallery is the motive force that makes the pump work. Between each cycle the flame does not go out but only smolders when the oxygen is consumed by combustion.
Below are a few excerpts from the book Pharaoh's Pump that relate to the Combustion Area. Although they are taken out of context, they indicate what the book talks about, and the detail of the explanation of the Great Pyramid as a machine.
The fire forms the vacuum in the bottle; because it consumes the oxygen. It goes out when the oxygen is used up. — The fire also gives off carbon monoxide. This invisible gas, is heavier than air. For this reason it lies like a blanket on the surface of water. Also, carbon dioxide is soluble in water. Such a solution is slightly acid; and makes soda water.
It will be observed, that the instant the inverted bottle touches the water; a bubbling action occurs. This is caused by the heated air expanding; thus forcing some of the air out. — Conversely, the cooling of heated air in a sealed bottle will form a partial vacuum.
If the bottle remains undisturbed for a brief period, the water will continue to rise slightly. This is due to the fact; that carbon monoxide is being transformed to carbon dioxide; which is being dissolved in water.
The creation of a vacuum by this means, involves three factors; the expansion and cooling of air; the consumption of oxygen; and the conversion of gases.
A fire burning in an airtight chamber in the pyramid, will cause this same action, MOVEMENT. It is MOTION that makes this pump work. Water is sucked up, and dropped. — Sucked up, and dropped. — Sucked up, and dropped — at will.
Pure air at sea level is composed of 78.08% nitrogen, 20.9% oxygen, and the remainder composed of rare gases. Air, at sea level has a solubility quotient of 0.020 Fahrenheit. —Oxygen 0.034 —Nitrogen 0.017. — Observe the solubility of the two gases. Oxygen is TWICE that of nitrogen.
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