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Unwritten mystery: why does the great pyramid focus electromagnetic energy below it?

A study published in the Journal of Applied Physics has discovered that the Great Pyramid of Giza can concentrate electromagnetic energy in its inner chambers and below its base, where an unfinished chamber is located. However, scientists say that despite this, the Pyramid builders were probably not aware of these features and that this was not built into the Pyramid on purpose.

Although thousands of pyramids were built around the world, and some of the oldest pyramids are found in present-day Brazil, every time the word Pyramid is heard, the Great Pyramid of Giza springs to mind. It is not the largest in the world, and it is not the oldest, but, nevertheless, it is what many people today understand as a pyramid. Conventional Egyptologists tell us that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built about 4,500 years ago during the reign of the Fourth Dynasty of King Khufu . Many people disagree and say that the Pyramid is much older than that. While this may be the case, its exact construction date is not its only mystery.

In 2017, a group of scientists discovered that the Great Pyramid of Giza can focus electromagnetic energy and that is concentrated under the Pyramid , in the unfinished underground chamber . The study, while unprecedented, really didn’t reach much of its target audience, and many people are unaware of the discovery to date.

A brief history of the pyramids

Although we cannot know for sure when the Pyramid was built due to the total lack of written records , it is estimated that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built during the reign of King Khufu, a king of the Fourth Dynasty of Egypt. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only ancient wonder in the world and the only one that remains largely intact.

A true masterpiece of ancient engineering, it was not the first pyramid in Egypt. In fact, when the Get Pyramid was built, Egyptologists already built dozens of other pyramids in Egypt. History books tell us that Egyptian pyramids came into existence in an entire dynasty before Khufu. It is believed that about 4,700 years ago, the ruler of the Third Dynasty, Djoser, commissioned a monument that has never been seen in Egypt before .

To carry out his vision, he chose his royal vizier and architect Imhotep, a young man who had revolutionary ideas that were obviously picked up by Djoser. Djoser’s Step Pyramid, a proto-pyramid, was built in several phases , and Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built in six distinctive stages during which the monument went from being a transformed mastaba to a rectangular step pyramid. Egyptologists believe that it took Imhotep no more than 19 years complete the step pyramid and its pyramid complex, which probably means that King Djoser lived long enough to complete his revolutionary construction project.

Djoser’s pyramid complex was a monument, like no other, of invisible proportions in the history of Egypt. The above-ground elements of the complex were only part of a striking ancient wonder. Beneath the Pyramid, Imhotep managed to build a massive underground world that stretches almost six kilometers in length. The exact purpose of this massive underground world eludes us, although some experts believe that the chambers, tunnels, rooms, and magazines were intended to serve the King in the afterlife.

While some would expect the shape of the Step Pyramid to endure, this was not the case. Although Djoser’s successors attempted to replicate the amazing pyramid complex he had built, it was not until the fourth dynasty that Egypt saw another pyramid come to life.

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The first pharaoh of the fourth dynasty is believed to have been King Sneferu. With his reign, Egypt saw the birth of a new pyramid, the Pyramid of Meidum . It was probably a step pyramid. Today we see only three massive steps rising from the desert, surrounded by massive rubble. The builders are believed to have attempted to convert the Pyramid from a stepped Pyramid to one with smooth sides in the past, but their project failed and most of the Pyramid collapsed.

However, Sneferu is believed to have built two additional pyramids: The Bent Pyramid and the Pyramid. Red both in the royal necropolis of Dahshur.

A view of the huge stones that form the core of the Great Pyramid of Giza. He notices the person sitting on one of the stones. Shutterstock
A view of the huge stones that form the core of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Notice the person sitting on one of the stones. Shutterstock

The Bent pyramid and the Red Pyramid are of great importance since experts believe that it was during its construction that the builders of the Egyptian pyramid obtained the necessary knowledge that would then be passed on to the people in charge of building the Great Pyramid, the most fascinating in Egypt. ancient structure

The bent pyramid saw builders correct the pyramid’s tilt. The structure started out as a pyramid with an inclination of 54 degrees, but the upper section (above 47 meters) is built at a shallower angle of 43 degrees, which is why the pyramid has its folded shape very obvious and famous. Of approximately 120 pyramids that were built in Egypt, the Bent Pyramid is one of the most unique, not only because of its curious shape, but because it retains most of its casing stones.

The Red Pyramid is considered to be Egypt’s first successful smooth-sided pyramid. It is also the third largest pyramid in Egypt after the Khufu and Khafre pyramid.

Essentially, we can say that the “great” pyramids of Egypt were built over the course of three generations, beginning with Sneferu, then Khufu and Khafre. Although Menkaure still used massive stones in his Pyramid, in terms of volume, his Pyramid is smaller (235,183 cubic meters (8,305,409 cubic feet)) than Djoser’s Step Pyramid, which has an estimated total volume of 330,400 cubic meters (11,667,966 feet cubic))

Unique features

Of all the pyramids in Egypt, none is as impressive as the Great Pyramid. It is believed to have been built with more than 2.3 million stone blocks , experts estimate that the Great Pyramid of Giza has a total weight of around 6.5 million tons. Archaeological studies of the Pyramid have revealed that its builders used around 5.5 million tons of limestone, 8,000 tons of granite (imported from the Aswan quarries about 800 kilometers away), and 500,000 tons of mortar.

The Great Pyramid is also the only pyramid of eight sides known in Egypt. This was first observed in 1940 when the British Air Force pilot, P. Groves, flew over the Pyramid and noticed the concavity in the Pyramid.

IES Edwards, An English Egyptologist regarded as a leading expert on the pyramids wrote:

“In the Great Pyramid, the packing blocks were placed in such a way that they leaned slightly towards the center of each course, with the result that a notable depression runs through each face, a shared peculiarity, as far as is known, by no other pyramid ”( The Pyramids of Egypt , 1975, p. 207).

While the above features are very impressive, what we have learned in recent years about the Pyramid could change our complete understanding of its purpose.

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One of the most fascinating studies regarding the Great Pyramid of Giza was done in 2017 when researchers Mikhail Balezin , Kseniia V. Baryshnikova Polina Kapitanova , and Andrey B. Evlyukhin analyzed the electromagnetic properties of the Great Pyramid.

Physicists essentially found that the Great Pyramid of Giza can concentrate electromagnetic energy in its inner chambers and well below its base, where an unfinished underground chamber is found.

“It is revealed that the Pyramid’s chambers can collect and concentrate electromagnetic energy for both surrounding conditions. In the case of the Pyramid in the substrate, at the shorter wavelengths, electromagnetic energy accumulates in the chambers providing local spectral maxima for electric and magnetic fields. Basically, the Pyramid is shown to scatter electromagnetic waves and focus them on the substrate region. The spectral dependence of the focus effect is discussed ”, the researchers wrote in their study.

Using multipolar analysis, scientists discovered that the scattered fields were concentrated in the inner base and the underground chamber of the piramid .

However, scientists say that while this is certainly interesting and may open doors for further study, it is highly unlikely that the ancient Egyptians knew about this feature, nor is it likely that the pyramid was built for the purpose of concentrating electromagnetic energy.

The researchers further noted that modern physical approaches have previously been used to study the Great Pyramid and led to the discovery of an entirely new structure.

Other recent studies of the Pyramid, such as Pyramid scans, have discovered several thermal anomalies within the Great Pyramid . These thermal anomalies can be hidden cameras.

While many discoveries continue to reveal the ingenuity of ancient civilizations worldwide, we tend to greatly discredit the capabilities of ancient civilizations. We are not saying that the Egyptians actually tried and built a massive antenna on the Giza plateau, but the fact that the Great Pyramid of Giza concentrates electromagnetic energy is just an interesting coincidence of how the pyramid and its materials are. We simply underestimate the capabilities of the ancient builders.

It is quite possible that we have not yet fully discovered what pyramids are capable of.

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