The five 'real pyramids'
The bent pyramid (101 meter) the red pyramid (104 m) and the three pyramids of the Giza plateau. The last one is the King's pyramid (the great pyramid of Khufu) (150 m). She only looks smaller than the one of Khafre (136 m). The smallest (65 m) is the one of Menkaure. In front of the Menkaure pyramid are three small pyramids also from Menkaure (so they say in the history books at least). (source: Wikipedia)
Were the ancient Egyptians the builders of the real pyramids?
The authorities want us to believe that. But their answers raise a lot of questions.
An incomplete and random list of mysteries that made us believe the
real pyramids are more than 12.600 years old:
- Authorities assume that no other civilization before the Egyptians was able
to build the pyramids. ‘Nowhere we found constructions older than say
4500 years and which show that mankind was able to build accurate and
colossal construction works.’ That always was their explanation in the past.
Once they found Göbekli Tepe, authorities are apparently a little confused,
because we don't hear this argument anymore.
- The transition from the trap pyramid to the real pyramids was not that gigantic, authorities say.
‘The basic design was a pyramid that 'one way or another' was further filled up to a smooth pyramid.’
However, if you do some research you will notice that quite a
lot of famous and credible researchers dare to talk about
an 'unexplained' evolution.
- Archeologists found a buried boat in the vicinity of the pyramid of Khufu (Cheops).
It was the boat which carried the body of Khufu to his final resting place.
Consequently, there is no doubt that the pyramid was built by Khufu. Authorities agree with that explanation.
It appears strange to us why authorities believe that. Khufu's boat in the immediate
neighborhood of the pyramid? That says nothing about who built the pyramid.
- In some pyramids workers left some graffiti during construction.
And that graffiti refers clearly to pharaohs as Khufu and Menkaure.
The authenticity of the graffiti is strongly questioned. (More on that follows.)
To mention just one point of doubt (there are more).
‘Graffiti above the king's chamber is authentic’ says Zahi Hawass (everyone who follows
the pyramid enigma knows the man who represents the authorities).
How can he know that?
'Authentic' graffiti was found in the four upper
spaces above the King's chamber. Those spaces happen to be the
four spaces discovered in 1837 by Howard Vyse.
The bottom space was already discovered in 1760 but no sign of graffiti there.
A coincidence? Or did Howard Vyse –who was under immense pressure to please his sponsors-
made the graffiti himself?
- Khufu, the grandfather, apparently has the largest pyramid of the Giza complex.
Shouldn’t it be more logical to believe that the son the father
wanted to surpass?
- Sneferoe with his bent pyramid had originally a much higher construction
in mind. However, because the foundations were not stable enough,
he adjusted the slope during construction.
Unlikely anyway. Why did Sneferoe not immediately stopped
building when he saw the foundations weren’t good enough,
changing the slope warranted nothing.
So he could immediately start to build his 'red' pyramid.
(Anyway: Why Sneferoe needed three pyramids?)
- There is no doubt that the builders had unimaginable arithmetic,
organizational, architectural and social competences.
All this required masses of ‘notebooks’.
Where are all these notes?
- The size and location of the Giza pyramids is purely for structural reasons.
So much things indicate that the dimensions and location of the pyramids
are not a coincidence. The number of calculations that reveals mathematical
'coincidences' is overwhelming. Researchers first were convinced
that the pyramids referred to the stars. Now some
think they refer to the inner planets of our solar system.
Plus there is the fact that the only building on earth
that is lined out exactly to the true north
is the King's pyramid.
By the way true north seems
to have got very much attention in ancient times.
Question is why?
And also by the way: it is little known that the sides of the King's
pyramid are in fact concave. Something only seeable from the sky.
- The pyramids are tombs.
No single mummy has ever been recovered in one of the real pyramids.
Besides why pharaohs would have needed such a construction?
There was no space provided for worship services or display of power.
- The burial chambers with mummies were looted in later times.
This is far from certain because, for example,
the access to the King's chamber (called the pharaoh's burial chamber)
in the pyramid of Khufu was closed with colossal granite blocks.
No one could enter, let alone that one with a mummy or some other
relic could come out. And if thieves had entered anyway,
why would they leave the King's chamber so clean as if was cleaned
by machinery? No microscopic sign of a mummy, no fiber, no sign,
in fact literally nothing was left to be found. Never a burglar must have been capable of doing that.
In 820 AD caliph al-Ma'mum made himself an access with dynamite to the
King's Chamber of the pyramid of Khufu. He only found an empty
granite sarcophagus. Maybe the caliph in all his frustration has
taken the lid of the coffin with him, but it makes more sense that he came
- The King’s chamber of the great pyramid is higher than the entrance of the pyramid.
This suggests that the ancient Egyptians didn't even knew how
to enter that chamber. In other words: in Khufu’s time Egyptians
had no clue where the King’s Chamber was located.
If they would have known it, they surely would have
copied this in their later achievements.
- Carbon dating of organic paint pigments in mastabas shows that Khufu
already was building the graves of his closest confidants in the beginning
of his reign. Thus Khufu has its workforce divided to work on different projects?
And that even before he could have been sure that his pyramid ever would be finished?
An illogical way of thinking. His pyramid was an incredibly
bold undertaking that did overwhelmed all other monuments.
He surely would have finished her before starting the graves of his workforce.
That Khufu was sure of his case,
is more or less obvious if we assume that his pyramid was already
there before he was born. He had to just restore it.
He knew it was not his pyramid, but the pyramid of the goddess Isis.
Archeologists found texts that suggest that at least.
- Archeologists found an organic stone mortar on the top layers of the
great pyramid that turned out to be hundreds of years older
than the book-age of the pyramids.
As if the pyramid was already more or less restored long before Khufu.
(The pyramid apparently had to be renovated again according to Khufu.)
- The building method is known. Slopes next to the pyramids permitted
to transport and place the stones.
According to scientists, this theory is a hoax.
The slope would have been too long and there would have been no view on the project.
- Another one: there must have been a spiral built around the pyramids.
Again there is enough evidence to demonstrate the almost impossible view on the project.
A question we should ask ourselves:
The greatest geniuses of our time came up with different
scenarios for how the pyramids were built,
but not one of them withstood reality tests.
How can this be possible?
Update September 2017:
Graham Hancock, disgraced by many, was quite mild in 2016 -although he had his fundamental
reservations- when Jean-Pierre Houdin, a French architect who studied for years the construction of the pyramids came
across with a new theory about how the pyramids were built. An internal spiral ramp would have
been part of the solution. Now archeologist Pierre Tallet deciphered the so-called oldest papyrus ever found. According to the papyrus the old Egyptians made canals
to transport the stones. The papyrus speaks about 170.000 tons of limestone blocks.
Note that the great pyramid is made of 5,5 million tons of limestone blocks. 170.000 tons of blocks may have been not enough to reconstruct the
ruin the great pyramid must have been when the old Egyptians discovered her.
- The pharaohs lost their interest in the pyramids after Menkaure.
The Egyptian civilization was still in its early stages (fourth out
of a total of 27 dynasties) when -according to the textbooks-
the real pyramids were built. Why should they have lost their interest?
Always a pharaoh tried to surpass his predecessor.
More: they seem to have been obsessed to surpass their predecessor.
(Just like mighty people almost always are.) Can it be they lost
interest because they knew their pyramid never could outflank the
And because the previous pyramids were all assigned to their
predecessors and to the gods, their job was impossible.
They didn’t know how to make a pyramid like those Khufu and others had 'seized'.
- None of the thousands of recovered works of art refers to how the pyramids were built.
Even in the mastabas, the graves of the prominent citizens of that time,
there is no reference on how the pyramids were built. Although,
for many of those important people the pyramids must have been their reason of living.
(A picture of how they moved stones and worked
with those stones are completely overvalued and even just ridiculous in that context.)
- Why there is no sign of power or any other inscription in the real pyramids?
Powerful men always want to leave inscriptions that refer to their power. Why not here?
Although ancient Egyptians could
paint and write and were keen to make immortal their great
victories. Google the Narmer Palette to see some sculpture
And in Sumer -long before the Egyptians- they had clay tablets,
so we may assume Egyptians (for certain their priests) could write.
The attitude of the authorities raises also questions.
Some investigations suddenly stop because of
'danger due to the poor state of the buildings'.
The shafts of the King’s Pyramid were an immense construction difficulty.
So immense that common sense cannot comprehend.
Although the ancient Egyptians believed that the soul of the
pharaoh could go through stone, they have built the shafts.
One shaft even ends suddenly in the middle of the stones.
Some say it were air shafts ... but why building sloping shafts?
Lateral shafts would have been so much easier.
Professor Michel Barsoum of the University of Philadelphia:
'a small but significant number of building blocks of the upper
part of the pyramid of Khufu (or Cheops/Choefoe) consists of
crushed sandstone which was bound by a type of cement.
The blocks were not lugged up, but made on the spot in a wooden mold.
'Research shows that these artificially manufactured
building blocks are just about 4500 years old.
The results of the study were published
in the scientific magazine' Nature' (December 2006).
Why just a part of the upper stones? Is it because they were
eroded too much? Is it because it was easier to work on-the-spot?
So why the pyramids were built? Nobody knows. But there are some theories.
According to a certain mr. Cadman the pyramids were, long before
the Egyptians existed, used to do something with water.
A low wall around the pyramid of Khufu kept the water like a reservoir.
Through underground passages an ingenious
system pumped it in the King’s chamber. At the same time
sound waves were created to serve a mysterious purpose (anyway mysterious to us).
Others say the pyramids were nuclear power plants.
Those plants also need a lot of water. And Khufu's sarcophagus
was perhaps rather a reactor barrel than a coffin for his dead body.
Still others think the pyramids were made for the creation of
special frequencies. And it must been said that some frequencies (while using water)
can make cold fusion, a kind of energy with little or no waste product.
Remember that those who dared to talk about cold fusion in 1998 were
named pseudo scientists.
The builders of the pyramids and many other megalithic structures
were incredibly accurate. Stones fit in each other as if they are molten rock.
Besides: they are of an immense weight. It seems absurd to use such heavy
blocks if you can easily use two or three less heavy stones to reach the same
goal. No more than common sense we think.
Anyway we think the builders must have had some special technique, maybe based
on frequencies. It sounds crazy but today our geniuses are
experimenting with such frequencies.
Also Bulwer-Lytton (see later)
spoke about those frequencies.
Why the ancient builders used such incredible blocks of granite.
It seems they would put that granite under immense pressure.
And what says science nowadays? ‘Granite emits specific
electromagnetic frequencies when it is put under pressure.’
We have no doubt
that the granite blocks above the King’s chamber are a form of overkill
if they would be only meant for construction purpose.
Some say the specific location of the pyramids seems to refer to the inner planets of our solar system.
The old Egyptians didn’t knew exactly how big Mercury, Venus, Earth
and Mars are and they didn’t knew their orbit exactly.
Google ‘Clive Ross Research’
and you will see the builders of the pyramids maybe knew exactly
the orbit and volume of our neighboring planets.
If that was the case than the builders could not have been the old Egyptians.
After all we have no doubt the Giza plateau today must look
different after more
than 10.000 years ago. Pieces of the puzzle surely are missing.
Though we think some (pseudo?)scientists must be close to the right answers concerning at least some
questions about the pyramids,
few people pay attention to them. And media has much to do with that, we think.
The media which is part of the big brother power. Those who know are protecting us against
something we better don't
know ... yet.
But let us continue with some other mysteries.
Why the sarcophagus is too large to fit through the entrance
to the King's chamber?
Under the pyramids there are rooms and hallways.
Thirty meters below the pyramid of Khufu we believe
there is one of the greatest mysteries: the underground room.
In that room (109 square meters and 3.10 meters high) is a pit
or corridor which is now full of debris. Debris that is put there
by researchers who for some reason didn’t seem to care
about the corridor. (A corridor because we think the pit gives
entrance to a large network of underground spaces.)
The gods spoke in geometry and numbers and in a paranormal way. About that paranormal gift we are pretty sure (after a lot of research).
Is it a coincidence that the large Gallery of the pyramid
of Khufu is exactly located on 9792458 29 ° North parallel
and that the speed of light in a vacuum is 9792458 29 m/s?
We are limiting our list because we almost only wrote
about the great pyramid. But there are many other mysteries
even about the great pyramid. And there are uncountable mysteries
about other ‘holy places’ in the world. We cannot mention them all. Just only two as a bonus: Why all that mica in the
pyramid of the sun in Mexico? (Mica also has to do something with frequencies.)
Second: Where do all those indications of the use of an advanced machinery on some 'holy constructions' come from?
A lot of things will remain unsolved because later civilizations of a
dubious nature surely have used and reformed the ruins of
the buildings of the gods to make it seem as if they were
their own. But it’s remarkable in any way that the buildings
of the gods must have enforced so much respect that no later
human king dared to mark characters of their power on the walls of the constructions.
We think the gods left us a message hidden in geometrie.
It seems they were passionated about
geometry and numbers. Then the great pyramid was not only a kind of a
mysterious factory but also an indestructible message to us.
They experienced the concept of time differently than we do now. They could think ahead for thousands of years
-a fraction of that 'thinking ahead' is also something we inherited from them-.
Maybe they knew long before the Flood their course on earth was unsustainable. A great catastrophe
would wipe out almost every sign of them. Therefore they left their successors indestructible messages ...