Time Machine Hidden in the Pyramid

The Pyramid of Cheops, in addition to hiding the mystery of the skill of ancient builders, is an unexplored radiation generator and a meeting place of cosmic forces and energies. Are there ‘records’ that may have energy information in it?

Legend has it that the Atlanteans, after the collapse of their civilization, built the Great, that is, the Pyramid of Cheops, and protected its entrance with a unique vibrational field with the help of some unknown energy. The walls seemed solid and unique and these were, except in one place where the priest, when he wished to enter, only had to put his hand in order for the door to open before him. If a priest’s ‘energy vibration’ was not recognized, he could not open the entrance.

The fact is that the ‘front door’ of the Pyramid of Cheops was never found and that in the VIII century Al-Mamun, the son of Harun-al-Rashid, with a lot of effort, broke through the wall and made a tunnel that is still used today. For a long time, his most learned people toured the building, surveyed and knocked, but they could not find the entrance. Breaking the stone and clearing the passage through the mass of stone blocks with the usual tools proved to be a futile effort, so Al-Mamun figured out how to achieve his goal: he ordered a strong fire to be set in one place, and then the stone was suddenly watered with cold water. After repeated operations several times, the rock cracked and the workers managed to reach the king’s funeral home.

It should not be emphasized, of course, that Al-Mamun was convinced that the inside of the pyramid hides a huge treasure that this conqueror will be the first to reach. The disappointment was great because the valuables were not found, and even the military leader, historians claim, in fear of the wrath and rebellion of his people, had something from his own treasury secretly, at night, scatter some treasures in the corridors to satisfy their greed and save his own head. . Do researchers today, like Al-Mamun, researchers, mostly ‘pyramidologists’, mistakenly believe that in the secret chambers in the pyramid or below it will one day be discovered material evidence, especially texts that will shed light on the secret of building pyramids and the origin of its real builders? Or, also, that the world will learn from these manuscripts about the incredible scientific discoveries that the Atlanteans, aliens or even the ancient Egyptians had at their disposal many thousands of years ago? Ancient knowledge is most likely hidden inside the pyramid – but the big question is whether it is material in nature.

The Great Pyramid is one of the seven wonders of the old world, a lot has been written about its past, but a large number of questions are still waiting to be answered. The ancient colossus is an enigma even after many centuries, but few remembered to ask themselves: ‘Does a mysterious building have a role for the future? Will it, perhaps, in the time to come be an even greater miracle than it is today? Max Toth and Grieg Nielsen in their provocative book ‘The Power of the Pyramids’ say: ‘There is no doubt that every civilization that built the pyramids did so with the help of highly developed mathematical and astronomical calculations and the seemingly impossible mastery of stone construction. In civilizations separated not only by thousands of kilometers but also by thousands of years, boulders weighing many tons in ancient times were raised with infinite precision to obtain a pyramidal structure. ‘

The authors note that, as far as the Pyramid of Cheops is concerned, great engineering agility and skill in maneuvering huge granite blocks were needed to put them in place, and how they succeeded in that is still a mystery.

Despite the fact that the ‘father of history’, Herodotus, was at least two thousand years late for the construction of the pyramids, he still ‘reported’ how at least a hundred thousand slaves lifted heavy stone blocks with painstaking physical work to provide the pharaoh with a safe path to eternity. From his ‘seeing’ of how the colossi formed on the Giza plateau, it seems, science has not advanced much to this day. ‘Evidence’ has been found in some paintings from the time of the 18th dynasty showing scenes of the erection of a large statue using ropes, sledges and ramps. Remains similar to ramps, however, can be found in several places in the Giza area, and the slope of these ramps, some of which were discovered near the pyramids, is 15 degrees, which, according to scientists, is an ideal angle for raising large stone blocks.

How that (could not) work in practice was determined in 1954 in an experiment organized by the London company BBC. The workers of this company have established that it takes a hundred people to put a stone block weighing 15 tons on rollers and another 100 so that the stone can move on rollers. According to the results of that experiment, it would take 1,000 people to transfer 80 stone blocks from a quarry to a construction site 32 kilometers away, and their work would take several years. And the Pyramid of Cheops is made up of 2.5 million stone blocks! How many centuries have workers been able to raise them?

The real puzzles related to the construction of the pyramids are still waiting to be solved, and this cannot be achieved by unconditionally accepting the drawings from the XVIII dynasty. When we think about the construction of the Pyramid of Cheops, countless questions arise and many are related to the way stone blocks are processed. It is assumed, namely, that the blocks of limestone were broken in quarries on the east bank of the Nile by driving wooden wedges and pouring water to swell, and from granite in Aswan, and that the broken boulders were shaped by stonemasons into almost perfect squares. What?

Whether with a copper tool as they had, although no significant remains were found from it either. This calls into question such an assumption. To make things more complicated, even today, it is not possible to make such a hard copper tool that it can be used to break and process stone. Today’s drills for drilling oil wells do not have the strength of that supposed Egyptian tool, even though they are of the highest quality and hardest alloys!

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