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Great Pyramid of Giza conspiracy involves pyramid coverups to conceal its origins, dating, and function. It is located on the Giza Plateau at the Giza Pyramid Complex in Greater Cairo, Egypt.


Because of the dynamic layout of the Great Pyramid, its origin, dating, and function is disputed.

The Egyptian government has quarantined and contained certain areas of the Complex. Egyptian acedemia claims the Complex as its own heritage, and considers the monument to simply be a megalithic mausoleum.

The accepted egyptological explanation for the shape of the Great Pyramid and its intricate layout of chambers, is that Pharoah Khufu couldn’t make up his mind about where he wanted to be buried. He built a new level until he decided that he wanted his chamber at a peak.[1]


"Bent Pyramid"

"Bent Pyramid" in Dahshur is a structure with two different angles — a 54-degree inclination at the base and a 43-degree inclination farther up.[2]

Live Science says, “Mistakes were made”, based on curator of Egypt at Chicago's Field Museum, so-called expert Jim Phillip’s remarks in 2015, "They screwed up the angle, so it's twisted."[2]

A refusal to admit that the structures are older than what is taught in academia, pyramids that swayed in Earth’s movements more than 10,000 years ago.

The tallest of the pyramids at Giza was 481 feet (146.5 meters) high. There is still debate about how ancient workers lifted Great Pyramid blocks from ground level to the top of pyramids, says Live Science.[2]

Archaeologists say that they found evidence for “giant earthen ramps that would have been used to access the upper levels of the pyramids”, when Egyptologists had uncovered the remnants of a ramp made of limestone chips, gypsum and clay near Giza's Great Pyramid.[2]

Egyptologists Zahi Hawass and Rainer Stadelmann, in a 1998 volume, wrote: "The ramp would have leaned against the pyramid's faces as they rose, somewhat like accretion layers wrapped around the pyramid with a roadway on top," continuing, "The weight of this ramp was borne by the ground around the pyramid. Traffic could move along the top of this structure as both pyramid and ramp rose in tandem. The top of the pyramid could be reached with only one and one-quarter turns."[2]

Suggesting that massive limestone ramps were used to wrap around four steep sided geometric pyramid forms, as well as for the Great Pyramid at 481 feet high; because of finding a remnant of a ramp made of limestone chips, gypsum and clay shows the depth of naiveté.

Curator of Egypt at Chicago's Field Museum, Jim Phillips says, "Architecture and building was a major element of the development of Egyptian civilization, and therefore the people who did the building, the actual architects, were very good mathematicians."[2]

Yet, none of the world’s modern historians, mathematicians, architects, academia, nor engineers can agree on how the pyramids were built, either in Mesopotamia, Egypt, or Mesoamerica.

Live Science pronounces that there are “clear records. Along with the copious evidence that ancient Egyptians built the pyramids without foreign (or alien) help, there are writings that clearly explain why the Egyptians did so. As the editors of "The Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts" (Brill, 2005) explain, the pyramids came with what were essentially instruction manuals.”[2]

So “clearly” then, the pyramids came with instruction manuals–from who?

Curator Jim Phillips takes a shot at the answer, “It's even clear who built the structures. Inside the pyramids are inscriptions of names, listing the gangs of people who worked on the tombs.”

If anyone knows about documenting history—on walls, by “gangs”, where graffiti is considered art, and kings are considered Gods among men—the story changes.


Tour guide Danny Kerr proposes that the Great Pyramid had the ability to be powered and distribute power at one time.[1]

Kerr explains that the Great Pyramid apears to have sat in water which would help with cooling and conductivity. Water could theoretically be pumped internally to the top of the pyramid, based on experiments using a ram pump in a housing with dimensions in ratio of the shafts in subterranean passages and height of the pyramid.

Hydrogen and oxygen could theoretically be generated in the “Queens Chamber” and ignite in the “Grand Gallery”, emitting a sound that would ring throughout the pyramid.

A byproduct of heat fills the “Kings Chamber”, while accompanied with sound; the combination increases the resonance to a point that generates a piezo-thermoelectric low frequency. The heat, resonance, and vacuum from combustion inside the Grand Gallery ensures that ignition keeps consistent. Kerr likens it to a “valved pulse jet engine.”[1]

The Water hammer could then be used to pump water into the “Grand Gallery” and fill the “Queens Causeway” to regulate gas flow from the “Queens Chamber”, while the Well Shaft could be used for draining the water.

The DC thermoelectric effect would be used as a power source, from a pyramid that serves as a relay tower.

Kerr compares this concept with Nikola Tesla’s Earth Wave Vibration theory, that postulates that there are “systems for the distribution of energy using the Earth”, based on experiments at Wardenclyffe Tower.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Tesla Pyramids by Danny Kerr, 2016
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Live Science, Why the Pyramids Spawn So Many Wacky Theories by Stephanie Pappas, November 10, 2015