A complete Review on Mystery of Pyramids of Egypt

2020-06-15 10:10:16 Written by Amaan Saeed Khan

Pyramids of Egypt

The name of the pyramids of Egypt comes to mind along with Egypt.

It would be more accurate to say that the pyramids played a central role in Egypt's fame.

There are 138 pyramids in Egypt and three in the Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo. Only Giza's 'Great Pyramid' is on the list of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Of the seven ancient sites of the world, this is the only one that could not be erased by the flow of time.

 This pyramid is 455 feet high. For 43 centuries it was the tallest structure in the world. It broke its own record in the 19th century. It is spread over 13 acres, which is about the size of 16 football fields. It is well-known that the pyramids of Egypt, which have been in perpetual popularity since ancient times, there popularity is because of there unsolve mystery. Many world's Mysteries have been solved but to this day no one has been able to say with certainty who built the pyramids of Egypt, when, why and how?


 Due to the mysterious architecture of the pyramids of Egypt, there are different views about it.


 First of all, we are talking about the astonishing and mysterious facts that led most people to reject the idea that the pyramids were built by humans. And by raising many questions in this general ideology, it made its construction a mystery to the world.


 Amazing facts about the pyramids of Egypt:

 1. The Great Pyramid is built of large blocks of 2.5 million stones, each weighing between 25 and 80 tons. The Great Pyramid is so beautifully built that even modern technology is unable to replicate such a masterpiece.

 2. The total weight of the Egyptian pyramids is estimated at 6 million tons.

 3. According to experts, the stone parts outside the pyramid have been carved and fitted so efficiently that not a single blade can be inserted into the joints.

 4. The stones in the Great Pyramid have been used in such a way that the temperature inside them is always stable and the average temperature of the earth is equal to 20 degrees Celsius.

 5. If its stones are cut into 30 cm thick pieces, they can form a wall one meter high around France.

 6. Sockets are made in the four corners of the foundation stone in the pyramid to protect it from heat and earthquakes.

 7. The Egyptians used the pyramids to study the speed of the earth and the speed of light in medicine, calendar, sundial and sun classes.

 The pyramid is also called the birthplace of mathematics, from which the future can be calculated.

 8. Its base is about 54 or 55 thousand meters. It is estimated that it was built 3200 years before Christ. Despite the fact that the Egyptians of that time had zero technology.

 9. Evidence of engineering with the help of many astronomers has also been found in the construction of Egyptian pyramids.

 10. The three pyramids of Giza are aligned with the three stars of the Arien zodiac.

 11. The material used in the pyramids is stronger than cement and stone, the formula of which has not yet been discovered.

 12. The stones at the top of the pyramids are polished in such a way that they look like stars from the earth to the sky at night.

 13. The Great Pyramid can also be seen from the moon.

 14. The coffin in the pyramid is so large that it appears that it was placed before the pyramid was built.

 15. The coffin is made of pure hard stone and is packaged in such a way that it would require a modern two ton power machine to pack it.

 16. It is said that when it was first opened, it had a 20 ton main rotating gate. Which was opened with a very light push.

 17. A short distance from the three famous pyramids of Giza, there is a statue of a lion. If the evening is seen from this statue, the sun sets between the two pyramids in such a way that the distance between the two is not less or more.

 In the same way, when the sun rises, if it is seen from the pyramid, it rises from the top of the statue.

 18. The four sides of the pyramid are aligned from east to west, north and south.

 19. The two sides of the great pyramid are in front of the river Nile in such a way that the corners on both sides are exactly in line with the banks of the river. And as far as the river goes, it is in line with the pyramids.



 Man-Made Pyramids:

 It is said that the pyramids of Egypt are monuments built for the Pharaoh (King) Khufu, in which the corpses of kings are buried and preserved. These bodies are called mummies. It was built about 2560 BC as a tomb by the fourth family of the Egyptian ruler Khufu. The three small pyramids are the resting place of the three wives of Khufu.

 The pyramid was mapped by the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu's minister, Hamon or Hemiono, which took 20 years to build and weighed 800 tons each day. 12 to 13 stone blocks were laid every hour.

 Modern research shows that the Great Pyramid of Egypt's limestone blocks have been brought from a distance of 800 km. It was moved from the Nile to this place. An estimated 5.5 million tons of limestone, 8,000 tons of granite and 500,000 tons of mortar were used in the construction of the pyramids.

 5 groups of 100,000 hardworking craftsmen and laborers were formed to build the pyramids. Each group consisted of 20,000 able and hardworking craftsmen.

 This was the general view of the pyramids of Egypt that you will find in most websites and books.

 Now the question arises that if there were such a large number of slaves, then each pyramid should have a large residential area. But all the evidence that has been found so far seems to negate such a large number of slaves.

 Today, in spite of so much progress, man cannot create such an empire, so how did all this happen when the wheel was not even invented?. The pyramids are located in the entire plains and there is no rock up to 800 km and even if there is after that, it is not so large.

 Tons of rocks would have been hauled halfway across the Nile by boat, but what about the next route?


 Wet Sand:

  A research team claims that heavy stones, statues and other heavy objects were placed on a "sled" that was pulled by laborers. Experts say that the Egyptians may have sprinkled water on the desert sand to moisten it to make it easier to drag the sled. Experiments have shown that if the sand is properly wetted, the force required to pull the goods out of it is halved.

 To test this theory, scientists placed a similar sled in a sand-filled tray in the laboratory, similar to the steps the Egyptians used in ancient times. With the help of a treadmill, the scientists found that as the sand hardens, the force required to pull the material out of it also decreases. They say that with the right amount of water, wet desert sand becomes twice as hard as dry sand, and sled slips off the hard sand. It is very difficult to pull the sled from the dry sand.

 Experts say that even an ancient painting explains this recipe. The painting is on the wall of the tomb of King Djehutihotep, who ruled Egypt in 1900 BC. It clearly shows a man standing in front of a sled and sprinkling water on the sand.

 But if this method is accepted as true, then the question arises. So many tons of stones were loaded into boats and then dragged on the sand to the pyramids. But how did they reach the top of the pyramid?


 Ascents, Dinosaurs Or Kites:

  Carrying heavy rocks to of 455 feet above the ground would be one of the most difficult tasks in today's mechanized age, so how did the people of that era make it possible.

 Some scientists say that the pyramids were built with slopes and ascents, but scientific studies show that if an ascent is made to move such large boulders, it will be up to a mile long, and its volume will be twice than pyramids.

 The Egyptians must have had something that modern man does not have.

 The idea of ​​a university professor also gained popularity when he said that we have seen that people of the last centuries have also taken the help of animals in weight lifting as well as other tasks. And we have evidence that in ancient times there was a giant dinosaur. The ancient Egyptians may have used dinosaurs to lift heavy rocks, just as today's humans have trained camels, elephants, and even macaws to do their own thing. This idea has been ridiculed by many because there is no evidence in history that humans and dinosaurs have ever lived together.

 Another theory is that of Muareen Clemmons. He found a painting of hieroglyphs in which many people controlled a bird flying by ropes, which was quite long and large. At first he did not understand but then an idea came to his mind that maybe a kite has been controlled by the force of the wind and it has been used to lift the stones of the pyramids. He approached various universities to prove his theory, and was eventually sponsored by the California Institute, and an Iranian scientist began working with him.

 At first they tried to straighten the rocks vertically with small kites and succeeded. Then they experimented with rocks weighing a few tons and despite the wind speed being twenty to thirty knots at that time, they managed to erect several tons of rocks vertically but were not able to blow them into the air.

 Besides, even if the stone of the pyramid has been lifted above the power of the wind, how can these stones be joined together? Because the stones of the pyramids are so intertwined that even a needle cannot be inserted between them.

 Thus, this theory also remained a theory.


 Space Creature Skills:

    As the pyramids of Egypt came under scrutiny, such wonders came to light that they were forced to reject the idea that they were made by man.

 The fact that the pyramids are aligned with the Arien stars and the four basic directions of the earth around the pyramids and many other facts are not possible for man at that time. Therefore, one theory about the pyramid is that it was created by a creature from a space world that was far ahead of the world of that time in development.

 But here, too, the question arises as to why the creature did not reappear after thousands of years?

 Or why didn't this creature invade this world?



 Forshy Miller Hitler was a German astronomer. One day while he was inspecting the roof of the pyramid he found a hole which fortunately was not closed due to being crooked. At first he thought it was made for sunlight, but it was in the far north where sunlight could never come. He inspected the other three pyramids. There were similar holes, but they were closed due to mud. Miller re-fed them with iron bars.

 At the same time, the Germans began to suffer in Egypt and he left his work unfinished and went to America and gained fame there. At the same time, he continued to read every book related to the pyramids. One day he read a statement from an astronomer that the Egyptians had a strange way of determining the age of a building. In this way, the age of any building can be determined from the distance of the pole star hole.

 Miller jumped at the chance. He immediately set out on a journey to Egypt, this time with a variety of modern equipment. Now he measured the distance of the polar star from the hole and he was amazed because in this way the age of the pyramids of Khufu was becoming fifteen thousand (15000) years while the age of the other two pyramids was becoming fourteen thousand eight hundred and fourteen thousand.

 So weren't the Egyptians the founders of this creation because the Egyptians began to settle on the banks of the Nile five thousand years before today?


The pyramids of Egypt are still considered the seventh wonder of the world, and for centuries they have been a mystery to ordinary people as well as scientists.