The Secret of Building a Pyramid (you will not believee)

He revealed the scientific fairy tale about thousands of slaves who carved and dragged heavy stone blocks under the blows of whips for decades to provide their pharaoh Cheops with the last resting place in such a perfect and grandiose building that even today scientists cannot penetrate all its secrets. -s French chemist and materials expert, Dr. Joseph Davidovich.

He found, under a microscope, evidence that the Egyptians (if they were the builders of the Pyramid of Cheops!) Possessed the knowledge of how to turn the powder obtained by crushing soft limestone or hard granite rocks and mixed with some other ingredients and water into a mixture. poured into molds and thus raised the pyramid! After hardening, this ancient concrete does not differ from natural stone at first glance, but its analysis reveals differences, so the story of extracting and carving tons and tons of heavy blocks with copper tools and transporting them using wooden logs, otherwise never proven, it can finally be classified as nonsense that scientists still believe in as a dogma. They persistently remain dumb and deaf to the presented facts!


One of them is the famous French Egyptologist Jean-Philippe Lauer, author of the book ‘The Mysteries of the Egyptian Pyramids’, in which he described the transfer of blocks using wooden forms and artificial embankments. Confident in his skepticism regarding Davidovic’s assumption, in 1982 he gave him two fragments of the blocks of the pyramid and suggested that he prove their artificial origin. Chemical analyzes conducted simultaneously in two independent laboratories confirmed the ‘concrete version’. When Joseph Davidovich presented the findings at the congress of Egyptologists in Toronto, Lauer refused to even attend the presentation. His comment, published in the press, was brief: ‘It’s not stupid, but it’s not possible. It can’t be, because it can never be! ‘.

That was the answer of one scientist to another. Two years later, Professor Davidovich approached the Egyptian Department of Antiquities to approve his research of the surface of the Giza pyramids, but they rejected it, explaining: “Your hypothesis represents only your personal point of view, which does not correspond to archaeological and geological facts.”

The scientific world responded by ignoring it, which has been going on for decades, but several of its members from Russia, who had a more open attitude towards this topic, tried to reconsider Joseph Davidovic’s assumptions once again. After that, they came to the conclusion that the precision of construction and matching of stone blocks, the depth of engravings in the stone, as well as the making of perfectly processed vases and amphorae, can only be explained by the fact.


In November 2005, a research group of the New Chronology project, led by Gleb Vladimirovich Nosovsky, a mathematician and physicist from Moscow State University, a specialist in probability theory and mathematical statistics, visited Egypt. They discovered new facts that confirm that it is not only Cheops’, but also other pyramids and buildings built of concrete, or ‘geopolymer’, as Professor Davidovic called that material.

Nosovski took the fragments of stone from Mikerin’s pyramid to the Institute of Physics, Chemistry and Electrochemistry at the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Vladimir Busigin, a doctor of chemical sciences, who performed the expertise, found that the content of titanium, calcium, sodium, phosphorus, sulfur, chlorine and aluminum is too high for natural granite, with an accuracy of determining the elements from 0.1 to 0.01 percent. And vice versa – potassium and silicon were lower than with natural stone. The structure of the rock is very weak, the grains of minerals are unevenly distributed and connected by some binder, which is not present in natural stone. According to Busigin, the presence of a binder can explain the high content of titanium, calcium, sodium, aluminum and other substances.


‘All of this together shows that we’re probably dealing with some construction mix. With some solution whose base is made of limestone, and added materials that are obviously visible or are made of feldspar or granite ‘, said Doctor of Geological and Mineral Sciences, Professor Igor Davidenko, another member of the team of experts from Russia.

These facts were enough to conclude that Mycerinus’ pyramid was lined with artificial material. But a careful study of the photographs revealed an even more convincing argument in favor of the concrete version.
‘The photos show some hair, very thin and in large numbers judging by the footage. This shows that it is a foreign material of organic origin and has nothing to do with natural stone, and its introduction is possible only during the production of that artificial building material. I assumed it might be thin fleece, wool from some ram. From the sheep that lived there. This is literally a real fleece, if you look at this in a normal size, the hair is covered with kerotin scales and looks incredibly good. The amount of foreign material in that granite sample is huge. It is indisputable that this is artificial material ‘, concluded Davidenko.


‘It is strange that Egyptologists do not pay attention to these results, which were recently published. There is an impression that they persistently do not want to rely on real science ‘, commented Professor Nosovski.

Davidovich identified 13 components of building material, which were used by the ancient Egyptians. It turned out that they were ‘at hand’ to the builders. For example: sodium bicarbonate is found in large quantities in the desert and lakes, and the sediment of the Nile River contains aluminum oxide.

“In order to produce a geopolymer block, high temperature and high pressure are not necessary, nor modern technology, all that is necessary is to know the exact proportions of the substances used,” claims Gleb Nosovski, and Davidenko states that any rock can be taken and chop, then mix the powder with plain water and get a stone that is practically no different from natural. There is an interesting ancient Egyptian painting on the wall of Richmer’s tomb. From it, the phase description of the production of concrete blocks can be completely interpreted. Two Egyptians take water from a square tank, the third mixes the material, the next prepares the mixture. The resulting mass is poured into buckets, then a huge block is poured with this material.

What confirms the artificial origin of the pyramid blocks are the prints of the mesh that covered the payment, in order to make it easier to separate from the material. They are not present in the lower part of the Pyramid of Cheops, where tourists usually pass, but they are noticeable in the higher parts.


‘Sand acts on the pyramids as a grinding material, and it rises to a maximum height of 10, 20 and even 30 meters. The net is clearly visible on the fragment of the block taken from 50 meters. There, similar traces are visible on all the blocks. If the blocks were carved from stone, the surface would be evenly treated and it would have an even character. The presence of payment means that we are dealing with concrete ‘, says Anatoly Timofeevich Fomenko, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences and professor at Moscow University.


The remains of the network for internal cladding of the formwork can be seen not only on the pyramid, but also on other buildings. Gleb Nosovski also found such a stone in the courtyard of the temple in Esna, where traces of concrete origin can be clearly seen. He even found that the blocks, for example the Mycerinus pyramid, consist of an upper, harder layer, which is of granite origin, and can hardly be cut even with a knife, while under the surface layer there is a soft material, almost sand, which is easily crushed at hand.

‘This pyramid is made of blocks of hard exterior and soft core, and that doesn’t happen with natural stone. This is normal for concrete, because you can make a block using different pouring materials. Less quality material inside, and better quality outside. The inner layer can be easily broken by hand, and the outer layer cannot, ‘says Nosovski.

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