(ORDO NEWS) — The builders allegedly delivered massive stone blocks from quarries located more than 800 kilometers from Giza.
Somehow, they moved the stone blocks exactly where they wanted to, and set about building the pyramid, which supposedly took about twenty years. This is exactly what modern scientists write “somehow” …
Scientists who have actively studied the pyramids and their surroundings have calculated that the ancient Egyptians used about 2.3 million stones weighing an average of 3 tons to build the Great Pyramid.
Impressive, to say the least.
Artifact out of place?
Many of you may have heard of the Artifact Out of Place (ANNSM).
For those who haven’t heard, ANNSM is an artifact of historical, archaeological, or paleontological interest found in an unusual context that defies traditional historical chronology, either being “too advanced” for the level of civilization that existed at the time, or demonstrating ” presence of man” before the existence of humans was known.
Many such artifacts have been “catalogued” over the years. Many ANNSMs have been found on Earth. Among the most famous artifacts are the Baghdad battery, the Antikythera mechanism, the Piri Reis map, the stone spheres of Costa Rica and many others.
Scholars argue that most alleged ANNSMs that are not hoaxes are the result of misinterpretation, wishful thinking, or the mistaken belief that a certain culture could not create an artifact or technology due to a lack of knowledge or materials.
However, they attract people’s attention.
But what about structures on Earth? How about unusual buildings?
If there are such things as non-standard artifacts, then why can’t we look for non-standard buildings, monuments and structures that “hint” that they either “do not fit” historical chronology or are too advanced for the civilization that existed at that time?
If we take this terminology and apply it to the Great Pyramid of Giza, then this ancient structure is definitely out of place.
And that’s why.
You must admit that the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza is a once in a lifetime achievement.
1) Precision construction
But to build it and make it one of the most accurate structures on Earth is simply mind-blowing. Experts have determined that when completed, the Great Pyramid of Giza was in the exact center of the earth’s landmass.
But that’s not all.
The Great Pyramid of Giza was the most accurately calibrated structure on the surface of the planet, facing true north with an error of only 3/60 of a degree.
Speaking of accuracy, it is impossible not to mention that the Great Pyramid of Giza is also the only known octagonal pyramid on the surface of the planet. The four faces of the Great Pyramid are slightly concave, making it the only pyramid built in this way.
This means that the ancient builders not only built one of the most precisely oriented buildings on Earth, but also built it with a volume of 2,583,283 cubic meters.
2) Energy building
The Great Pyramid of Giza is not just a pyramid.
Yes, it is special because of its orientation and size, but it becomes even more majestic when you consider that the pyramid can focus electromagnetic energy.
Using the methods of theoretical physics, scientists investigated the electromagnetic response of the Great Pyramid to radio waves. They discovered that the pyramid was built to focus electromagnetic energy and created a model of the pyramid’s resonant electromagnetic response.
“Electromagnetic radiation, including visible light, radio waves and microwaves, are waves of oscillating electric and magnetic fields and are constantly around us.”
3) Not a tomb
Considering that the builders of the Great Pyramid erected one of the most precise structures on the planet, one of the largest structures that man has ever seen, and one of the most advanced buildings erected thousands of years ago, the question arises of what was the purpose of creating such a monument?
Was the Great Pyramid of Giza really built as a tomb to store the pharaoh’s mummified remains?
If so, then why are there no inscriptions inside the pyramid telling about the history of the pharaoh and his life? Why are there no hieroglyphs and images of the pharaoh on his journey to the afterlife?
After all, there are many tombs excavated in ancient Egypt that demonstrate how creative the ancient Egyptians were when they built and designed tombs for royalty.
The Great Pyramid of Giza lacks all of this. Doesn’t that bother you?
Moreover, a mummy has never been removed from the pyramid.
The mummified remains of King Khufu have never been found and are believed to have been stolen from the Great Pyramid. But this is just a theory.
His mummified remains may well remain hidden from view, in a burial chamber in a completely different part of Egypt.
But the mummy was missing not only from the Great Pyramid of Giza. Archaeologists also failed to find the mummies of Khafre and Menakur.
But more about the true purpose of the pyramid (pyramids) can be found by referring to the works of ancient authors.
One such example is the work of the first-century BC historian Diodorus Siculus, who clearly writes:
“The kings designed these pyramids for their tombs, but it so happened that their remains were not placed here.”
“Describing the Great Pyramids and the hatred that their builders allegedly aroused towards themselves, Diodorus follows the tradition of Herodotus; he adds, however, that their bodies were never buried in them, and the rulers ordered their bodies to be placed in a safe place, which was kept secret.”
When you read between the lines and look at the pyramid from a neutral and natural point of view, unaffected by history, mainstream interpretations, and dogma, you begin to see that the structure we consider a mystery today was exactly like this thousands of years ago.
In the past, the Great Pyramid of Giza fascinated ancient authors just as it fascinates us today.
It was admired by scientists in the past, as it is today. But the opinions and views of ancient times were not so influenced by external factors as they are today.
Imagine that before scientists discovered that the Pyramid of Giza could focus electromagnetic energy, you went to a meeting of Egyptologists and said that the Great Pyramid could do just that.
What do you think their reaction would be? Would they accept your ideas and theories?
Or would they call you crazy?
Most likely the latter.
When you finally understand that the more we learn about the pyramid, the less we understand its complexity, you will begin to discover the countless mysteries surrounding this structure, and begin to understand that the Great Pyramid of Giza is not just a huge tomb made of million stones.
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