The Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids is the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids is the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids is the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids is the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids is the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids is the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids is the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids, the Great Pyramid … a tomb or the earth’s energy centre?
It is naive, after all the science and technology we have come up with. The disclosure of many secrets about our Egyptian civilization, to look at the pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as just a cemetery to bury a king and ignore the truth that becomes clear to us every day that it is the greatest building known to humankind and contains a great secret that humans will stop for a long time when it unfolds its dimensions.
When Napoleon Bonaparte came to Egypt, the first thing he did was go to the pyramids, and from his horseback, he addressed his soldiers by saying: “Look … Four thousand years are looking at you.”
In the past, they also said: “Laugh, oh history of everything except the pyramids, for they laugh at you.” Once again, the Great Pyramid file opens the past few days after a series of recent discoveries related to the history and method of building the pyramids among hundreds of theories that come out to the world in this context, and no one has arrived yet. To a definite conclusive conclusion, except that the question that we raise in this reading, and we do not conclude whether it is true or not: Is this legendary miraculous building just a tomb for King Khufu, the owner of the pyramid, or is it an energy centre around the world as modern scientific theories go? How was the Great Pyramid built? The answer needs specific books, except that the oldest description of the method of building the pyramids came to us through what was written by the Greek historian “Herodotus”, who visited Egypt in the mid-fifth century BC, where the Egyptian priests and his companions provided him with information, even if some of them were not real or pure imagination. They may have done so, intending to keep the true secrets of the myth of Egyptian civilization away from the eyes of strangers.
However, some of this information is useful, especially since many of the techniques used in building the pyramids are consistent with what we use in our modern era, especially when “Herodotus” indicated that the pyramids were built with scaffolding made of small wooden pieces. Champollion, who deciphered the Egyptian language, found in the ancient deposits of the foundations for constructing temples in the New Kingdom on machines of wood that resemble skis, except that they are semi-circular and were used as elevators to transport the rock masses to the top.
The Great Pyramid weighs about six million tons. If we know that Khufu’s rule did not exceed twenty years, we are confused in the face of this mighty effort that built this huge building in such a short period. Many Egyptians worked in its construction throughout the flood every year because they were devoid of agricultural work. In the flood period, the dwellings they used to live in can still be seen carved into the great rock located south of the Great Pyramid. Although the Great Pyramid is the most amazing thing in the history of Egyptian civilization, it has not been revealed from all sides. Its mortuary temple and the Valley Temple are still buried under the ground. It is believed that the road connecting between the two temples was apparent during the reign of “Herodotus”, who said that he was impressed by the pyramid. Himself.
The Wadi Al-Jarf Papyri
From the old to the modern, we move in one go. Last June, the British Channel 4 showed a documentary entitled: “The Great Pyramid in Egypt … The New Evidence” which the British newspaper, The Daily Express, took care of what was contained in it and devoted a wide and lengthy report to it … What is new in this movie?
The essence of the series, which began its presentation in 2017, is based on the discovery of the “Wadi Al-Jarf Papyrus”, near the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, in 2013, through which archaeologists now understand how the ancient Egyptian was able to organize work and manage the needs to accomplish this advanced construction.
The British newspaper says that a joint Egyptian-French archaeological mission discovered papyrus remains belonging to a man named “Merer”, who was responsible for transporting the stone from the quarries to the pyramids of Giza. The French Egyptologist and the head of the French Association of Egyptians “Pierre Talit” and his archaeological team searched in the nearby town of Wadi Al-Jarf. The pyramid and proved that the Egyptians were ahead and ahead of their era.
The documentary had previously stopped at a mysterious and exciting part at the same time, which is how the early Egyptian ships were able to carry these heavy and huge stones, and that to reach the worksite, they had to approach a greater area than their location in the Nile River would allow. How did the Egyptians achieve the ancients this achievement?
Perhaps the most important question is: How did they connect the Nile River to the site of the pyramids its