From the source of infinite power through to being a dimensional portal, few structures on this planet are as mythical as the Great Pyramid of Giza. Built thousands of years ago – it varies massively depending on who you listen to – it’s among the most amazing structures ever seen. However, despite extensive investigation and research into the pyramid itself, there is still so much that we do know not about them and are still learning as time goes on.
Indeed, the 481ft pyramid built for the famous Pharaoh, Khufu, is typically believed to house many unique secrets of ancient Egyptian life. Today, the aim is more on trying to find out the physical properties that can be proven instead of looking into mythical and spiritually-based content.
The latest discovery, then, is definitely more physical in nature. The pyramid has been found to have the ability to concentrate magnetic and electric energy into its various chambers and also below the base. This would create unique and powerful pockets of energy within the walls.
According to Dr. Andrey Evylukhin, the co-ordinator of the latest project: Egyptian pyramids have always attracted great attention. We as scientists were interested in them as well, so we decided to look at the Great Pyramid as a particle dissipating radio waves resonantly.”
By looking into the electromagnetic content of the pyramid, the hope is that they will be able to find more of the hidden chambers – including where the remains of Khufu himself may be. According to the research team: “The electromagnetic energy accumulates in the chambers […] It is shown that basically the Pyramid scatters the electromagnetic waves and focuses them in to the substrate [underground] region.”
The belief, then, is that this could be used to help create nanoparticle designs. After using thermal scanning to look at the Great Pyramid in 2017, a major anomaly was found: three massive stones at the base of the pyramid, with much higher temperature readings than those around them.
This led to the belief that yet more hidden chambers may exist that were yet to be discovered. Indeed, the massive void that exists within the central point of the pyramid above the rand Gallery was found last year alone: there is still so much to find out and discover about these amazing pieces of architecture.
Who knows what will come next for these incredible pieces of architecture? One day we might even find out how they were truly built!
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