Inty Shedu

Inty Shedu was a carpenter and an overseer of Pharaoh Khufu’s Great Pyramid construction.

Inty Shedu was one of the pioneers of "Rack & Pinion" technology when this technology was used to construct The Great Pyramid.

Our modern world could not function without "rack and pinion" technology. Many motor cars have rack and pinion steering. A drill press is raised and lowered with rack and pinion technology. The DVD drawer of a computer opens and closes with rack and pinion technology.

Inty Shedu

Imagine Inty Shedu experiencing our modern world and seeing the extent of rack and pinion technology. He would be amazed.

Inty Shedu was buried (until AD 1992) within an area at Giza designated to artisans of Great Pyramid construction.

He was considered one of the most important personalities of this era. He was one of those who manufactured all the machines and tools needed by the pyramids building project. He also built the vehicles that were used to transport the stones of the pyramids. Therefore, a cemetery was built for him next to the pyramids as great artists and craftsmen, And found inside this tomb on four statues representing Enti Shido in different ages. These statues were transferred to the Egyptian Museum.

Please note, Enti Shido in the above quote is the same person as Inty Shedu

Ezekiel has documented “Their rims were high and awesome, and all four rims were full of eyes all around.”

“Their faces looked like this: Each of the four had the face of a human being, and on the right side each had the face of a lion, and on the left the face of an ox; each also had the face of an eagle.”

The ancient Egyptian four‑lobe pinion‑pulley had four creatures spirited within it to make it a powerful machine. In the modern world a Jaguar motor car is spirited with the Jaguar animal.


These four spirits, specifically named as ox, lion, eagle and man, combine into what is known as the SHEDU.

The power of the SHEDU originated during Egypt’s fourth dynasty in the form of a machine used to construct Giza Pyramids. This machine is the ancient Egyptian four‑lobe pinion‑pulley.

The powerful spirits of the SHEDU transformed centuries later into an all powerful sculptured mythical creature used as a protective guardian in Mesopotamia known as LAMASSU.


LAMASSU exist today in museums.

Was Carpenter Inty Shedu, with his powerful second name, overseeing the manufacture of pulley lobes formed of short planks of imported Lebanese Cedar ! ?

The Great Pyramid is Pharaoh Khufu’s and his father, Pharaoh Sneferu had forty shiploads of Lebanese Cedar imported for “temple building”, which is documented on “The Palermo Stone”. The Great Pyramid is part of a “temple complex”.

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