Did you know that the Great Pyramid of Giza contains ENOUGH stone to make an almost 2-feet-high wall around the entire PLANET? And that there were traces of ‘RADIOACTIVE SAND’ found near the Queens chamber? There are countless fascinating details which reveal numerous mysteries behind the Great Pyramid of Giza.
While many questions remain unanswered about the Great Pyramid of Giza, we still remain perplexed by the complexity and precision of this incredible ancient structure.
The majestic structures known as the Pyramids –specifically those located at the Giza Plateau in Egypt— are among the most fascinating standing structures on the surface of our planet. For centuries, researchers have discussed countless theories trying to explain why, and how these monumental stone structures came into existence. Today, not a single scholars has been able to answer three of the most important questions regarding the Pyramids at Giza: Who built them, why were they built and HOW were they built?
According to the most accepted versions, the Pyramids were constructed by massive armies of builders. This was mentioned –for the first time in hoistory— by Greek Philosopher and historian Herodotus who claimed that the Pyramids at Giza were constructed by groups of 100,000 men, which changed very month, for a period of 20 years.
However, the explanation put forth by Herodotus seems impossible when you analyze it a bit. If what Herodotus said was true then it would mean that ONE block of stone has to be precisely placed into position ever 3 ½ minutes, 24 hours a day.
However, many people seem to ignore the fact that we are talking about a ludicrous amount of manpower which according to many wasn’t anywhere available during the 4th Dynasty of Egypt.
But even if that was SOMEHOW done, just how ere the massive blocks transported? And how were the stones placed as the Pyramid grew in height? Don’t forget that the Pyramid of Khufu, for example, is a 2.3-million-stone-block monument.
But let us analyze the Pyramid a bit more.
According to the most accepted versions in history, the Pyramids were erected in order to serve as eternal resting places for the Pharaohs, giant monuments that were constructed to preserve the bodies of the Kings and help them in their journey through the Afterlife. However, NOT ONE MUMMY has been discovered by scholars inside the Pyramid. This is one of the greatest misconceptions that has led to the formation of a number of misunderstandings about Ancient Egyptian society, their culture and origins.
It is known for a fact that The Great Pyramid of Giza does not contain a Pharaoh’s mummy. In fact, nothing found inside the Pyramid points that there ever was one.
Interestingly, the only reason why mainstream scholars have wondered off and suggested that the Pyramid is a GIGANTIC tomb is thanks to Victorian inscriptions. Way back in history, when Colonel Howard, Vyse decided he wanted to become the most famous Egyptologist of all time, he visited the Pyramid and wanted to make a discovery that would blast him off into the History Books. During the time he spent in Egypt he was extremely disappointed at finding that everywhere he searched inside the Pyramid, nothing was there worthy to mention.
During the last season in Egypt, it is said that Colonel Vyse sneaked into the ‘air shafts’ located above the King’s Chamber and painted some hieroglyphs in Red Paint. The following morning, when he examined the Pyramid, he came across these ‘etchings’ earning him a place in history for discovering the identity of the owner of the Great Pyramid.
It is noteworthy to mention that at Giza, Colonel Vyse used gunpowder to force his way into a number of monuments including the burial chamber of the Pyramid of Menakaure.
The Stone Sarcophagus located within the Great Pyramid of Giza is way too large to have been brought inside from the outside. The granite coffer in the “King’s Chamber” is too big to fit through the passages and so it must have been put in place during construction. The coffer was made out of a block of solid granite. This would have required bronze saws 8-9 ft. long set with teeth of sapphires. Hollowing out of the interior would require tubular drills of the same material applied with a tremendous vertical force. Microscopic analysis of the coffer reveals that it was made with a fixed point drill that used hard jewel bits and a drilling force of 2 tons.
Radioactive sand? Ummm yeah… Not long ago, former NASA consultant Richard Hoagland commented that there were traces of ‘RADIOACTIVE SAND’ found near the Queens chamber. According to many, this radioactive sand might have been the cause that led people like Napoleon to experience weird hallucinations. Also this might help explain why the top of the Pyramid seems to be a 1000 year older than the bottom.
Another bewildering fact is that the Great Pyramid of Giza contains ENOUGH stone to make an almost 2-feet-high wall around the entire PLANET, and here is how: