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When you talk about Ancient Egypt, you are more than likely to think about the pyramids. Built as one of the 7 wonders of the world and built with precise mathematical precision, they were built as tombs for the pharaoh. Right? Well, recently, it is thought that they were not actually built as tombs at all!
So what are historians thinking what the Pyramids actually were built for? As a way to produce and transmit electricity to the civilization around the Pyramid. In other words, a power station!
We have lost our minds right? Well, some people may agree with you whilst there is a growing belief that they were actually used for this purpose.
So what has lead to the views of historians, the world over, to think this is not make belief, but fact?
Given the fact that the great pyramids actually took over 20 years to build, with so much precision, money and labour (20,000 people daily), it is hard to believe that they were going to be used just as a tomb and final resting place. On top of this, they were not decorated with the usual drawings of the traditional Egyptian Tombs of Pharaoh prior and without the wide range of treasures. This got historians
So is it a crazy idea or, in fact, is this a technology that has just been forgotten about over time, then rediscovered? Well, there are other examples of lost, forgotten technologies that have been found to produce electricity, for example, from Iraq (the Baghdad Battery), chemicals in jars, that when mixed with an acid, produced an electrical current have recently been discovered.
There are more clues, like how did gold plate Tutankhamun’s sarcophagus? Modern-day processes require electrical current for this process and all you have to
So what of the structure itself? Looking at them, there are some important facts including:
There were square, angled tunnels running, not only within the Pyramid itself, but underground, what tombs need tunnels going underground? Other interesting facts are the pyramids had, well engineered doors that could be opened instead oft hem being sealed off like a tomb.
Still not sold on the idea? Let’s delve some more. The pyramids were not what we see
Lining the passageways is granite (which is slightly radioactive) which contain quartz crystal with metal that produces Piso Electricity when it is subjected to high levels of stress. Given the size of the pyramids, there was a lot of pressure and stress on the building materials.
Furthermore, recent discoveries of a hidden, second chamber (originally called the Queens Chamber) within the pyramids where found and explored with remote rovers, what they found was mind-blowing. Built within the walls was a perfectly crafted, thick copper wire and on the floor, were clear “wiring diagrams”.
To this point, it could be argued it is all a coincidence these materials were used in conjunction with each other given, to produce an electrical current, you need a catalyst. But this can be explained by the fact that the placement of the pyramids are always built on powerful underground rivers and
There are so many unanswered questions about the previously thought off concept of why these Pyramids were tombs and the drawings used to depict them. There are also so many theories looking at how this electricity was transmitted wirelessly around the region. More and more people are coming round to thinking this far-fetched theory is in fact, reality. Were they in fact power plants after all?