That’s why the Pyramids were BUILT, and History must be Rewritten

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History must be Rewritten

Historians told of their vision of why the pyramids were built, more precisely, were the tombs of the Pharaohs. To the Egyptians, the Pharaohs were the representation of gods on earth, and as such, they were extremely glorified. They were buried deep inside the pyramids so that no one could reach them and steal their wealth.

However, there is a problem that causes this theory to stumble upon the purpose of the pyramids. The Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the original Seven Wonders of the World, has some features that have nothing to do with graves. These features include extravagant artifacts, sealed entrances, sophisticated chests and of course, countless deadly traps.

More importantly, they were built with unique material, a material used today for electrical conductivity. What these aspects can suggest is that the pyramids were originally built as power plants, generating and transmitting electricity and energy to the cities around them. History must be rewritten, I suggest.

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The funny fact is that Nikola Tesla did research on the Pyramid of Giza which would eventually help him to develop his own ideas.

The pyramids of Egypt

Egypt’s pyramids are the largest structures man ever created besides the Great Wall of China.

The pyramids were tombs for the Egyptian Pharaohs. If the Pharaohs’ bodies were destroyed, the sun would go out and the earth would go down, the Egyptians believed. Therefore, it was about building safe graves for the dead kings. When building a pyramid, you started by determining the location. The sides must be exactly against the four winds. The location itself was also important. The pyramids must lie to the west of the Nile, as the Egyptians believed that the kingdom of death lay to the west where the sun goes down.

The Cheops Pyramid is the largest pyramid. It is 137 meters high (originally 146 meters), that is, it is almost as high as the Kaknästornet in Stockholm. On the surface of the pyramid, nine football pitches would be accommodated.

There are about 80 pyramids in Egypt. Outside Cairo on the western shore of the Nile, there are the three great pyramids built for the Pharaohs Cheops, Mykerinos and Chefrens.

The first pyramids were built between the years 2780 BC and 2280 BC.

Cheops has gone to the afterlife as a cruel and fierce ruler who oppressed the people and closed the temples. Chop’s successor as pharaohs tried to destroy all traces of him. But the largest and most magnificent monument remains the Cheops Pyramid.

The Cheops Pyramid consists of 2.3 million boulders that vary in weight from 2.5 to 15 tons. Had the blocks been shipped there today, half a million trucks would have been needed, each carrying a load of 15 tonnes.

According to the Greek historian Herodotus, it took 20 years for 100,000 people to build the pyramid. Professionals worked all year round. The peasants worked on the building only three months a year when the Nile had its annual flood. Then the farmers could not work in their fields.

The material for the core was taken from rough red sandstone from the Giza Plateau, where the pyramids are located. The white polished limestone for the facade cladding came from the eastern Nile beach. Most of this limestone was peeled off 700 years ago to become building material for mosques and palaces in Cairo.

The granite for the gallery, corridors, and chambers was retrieved by boat from Assuan, a thousand kilometers further south.

You don’t really know how the pyramids were built. However, the most common theory is that the heavy boulders were dragged onto the pyramid by means of long ramps (about 1.5 kilometers) of stone, earth, and logs.

Formerly the pyramids were a burial ground, it was sacred. Only the priests were allowed to stay there. A wall ran around the entire area and it was guarded by special guards. There was a risk that grave robbers would break the pharaohs’ graves. Therefore, two different locking systems were used in the Cheops pyramid. The entrance hall was filled with stone blocks from the outside and with large granite blocks. The second locking system was located outside Pharaoh’s tomb and consisted of three large blocks. Despite this, all pyramids were landed on their valuables by grave robbers.

Watch the video below for more detailed information on the purpose of the pyramids.

VIDEO: Pyramids True Purpose Finally Discovered: Advanced Ancient Technology

Great Pyramid of Giza

The main historians will tell you that the Great Pyramid of Giza was a hardened tomb for Egyptian Pharaohs. The only original monument left from the original Seven Wonders of the World, this structure was created with impeccable mathematical precision and is a unique, mysterious achievement of construction and technology.


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