What are the pyramids? Put very simply, they are enormous energy collectors.
The three largest pyramids are made of granite blocks and were built by a civilzation which predates the first Unified Egyptian Kingdom of Menes (3100 BC) by at least 7000 years. This civilzation not only had the ability to move these enormous blocks and pile them one on top of another, but also to cut them to so exactly that no plaster was needed to keep the stones together. The space between the granite blocks is less than 1 / 1000 th of an inch, smaller than the space between the heat-resistant tiles on the space shuttle. To even make a hole in the granite requires 2-tons of pressure with a diamond-tipped drill. And yet these stones were cut even before the bronze age which started at around 2000 BC.
Egyptian Kings like Snefru (around 2500 BC) tried to mimick the three great pyramids at Giza, but could only build his pyramids out of clay and mud bricks. Most of these pyramids are piles of rubble today and resemble dung-heaps. Only the Great Pyrmaids have stood the test of time.
The Great Pyramids are alligned to true north and collect energy from the sun on their eastern side everyday. Their northern sides absorb energy from the north as well. The western and southern sides remain cooler so that the energy is conducted throughout the structure. There is also a mysterious energy from the ground that collects itself in the pyramids. At night, when this energy is slowly released, residual electron activity is emmitted from the tips of the pyramids and into the atmosphere, requiring special equipment to detect. These electron streams curve into helixes because of the earth's magnetic field (an electric charge travelling upwards or downwards through a lateral magnetic field will spiral.)
The nature of the mysterious energy that is present in the heart of the Great Pyramid of Khufu (the largest pyramid of all), in the tiny room with the empty sarcophagus called the King's Chamber, is biological, or at least influences biological processes. Stray cats that wander into the room are mummifed and DO NOT DECOMPOSE, despite the presence of air shafts that lead to the room (the star shafts). Food brought there also becomes perfectly dehydrated and preserved, and water is mysteriously purified of free radicals. Some people claim spontaneous healing as well.
The earliest instance of the Greek word "pyramid" is in Plato's writings (around 400 BC). The word means "fire in the middle". The reason why the Greek word means what it does has been forgotten over the centuries...until now.
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