Who built the Giza Pyramids?
Those who had a chance to see the famous Giza Pyramids usually marvel at their size and perfection. However, the true intricacies of their construction usually go unnoticed. They are interwoven in the pyramids so deeply that it takes in-depth understanding of history, engineering, physics, mathematics, chemistry and other sciences and disciplines to see through how complex and, well, impossible, the construction was for the ancient Egyptians.
Giza Pyramids. The mother of all ancient alien stories. The Great Pyramid of Giza, the last survivor of the original seven wonders of the ancient world, is so popular that it has become the icon and landmark of Egypt and its millenia of history. Truly, it is hard to find a representative of ancient architecture that would so quickly and naturally come to mind when discussing civilizations that preceded our world.
|Depending on the source anywhere between 10 and 20 million tourists come to visit Egypt every year. It is safe to assume that most of them go see the Giza Pyramids. Like waves crashing upon a shore tourists come and go, yet but a few ponder over the scale and intricacies of the construction. Even fewer can see discrepancies between what egyptologists claim they know about how the pyramids were built and sheer facts about the structure. Those that can be measured, calculated||
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and, consequently, deduced and proven, often to contradict the mainstream science belief that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built with primitive methods and tools by people who at that time weren’t even familiar with the invention of the wheel. So who built the Giza Pyramids? Was it the Egyptians (here is the mainstream science take on this)? Or perhaps some other, advanced civilization predating ancient Egypt by millenia?
Questions that need to be asked pale in comparison to the answers they provoke, as they may overturn the history of our planet as we know it. The questions need to address each and every stage of the construction process, from forming of the bedrock that would hold the weight and allow for precision manouvering and positioning of multi-ton blocks of stone to how the stones were quarried and transported to the site over 500-mile distance (in time egyptologists maintain it took for the Giza Pyramid to get completed) to details of precision masonry, stone alignment and hidden, mathematical connotations that were interwoven literally into every single piece of the structure.
Not only was the Great Pyramid of Giza perfectly built (at some places with accuracy to 1/50 of an inch) but was also made to endure the harsh environmental hazards like earthquakes which over centuries devastated the neighborhood yet left the Pyramid intact.
Food for thought: have you ever wondered why of all ancient Egyptian monuments the Pyramids are the only ones where you will NOT find a single hieroglyph?..
Below you will find the best documentary to-date about the Giza Pyramids. This is what the director Patrice Pooyard says about it:
This movie is a documentary about the past of our planet. (…) I have been working on this subject for at least ten years, and the discovery is amazing : I’ve read books and seen a lot of movies that promise to reveal the truth, or something astounding, so I can guess the feeling of suspicion coming to your mind… the only thing I can say, is that this movie will forever change the way you look at our planet, because it is really serious work.
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The documentary takes an in depth look into one of the seven wonders of the world, the Great Pyramids of Egypt. Mystery has surrounded these epic structures for centuries with theories varying from the scientific to the bizarre.
However with over thirty-seven years of in depth research taking in sites from China, Peru, Mexico and Egypt, one scientist has as at last managed first to understand and then to reveal what lies behind this greatest of archaeological mysteries: a message of paramount importance for all mankind, through time and space.