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Did you know? The stone blocks used in the inner parts of the Great Pyramid were made from limestone, which contains small amounts of crystals and metals which are believed to be two important properties that allowed maximum power transmission. Furthermore, the shafts built inside the Great pyramid were made of granite which is a slightly radioactive substance permitting the ionization of the air inside the air shafts of the Great Pyramid; similar characteristics can be found in a conductive insulating cable.
What was the true purpose of the Great Pyramid of Giza? Was it created as merely a tomb? Was it constructed by the ancient Egyptians to store grain? Ort is it possible there is a third, fascinating theory that could explain once and forever the true purpose of the Great Pyramid?
According to many people, the great Nikola Tesla may have uncovered the true purpose of the Great Pyramid of Giza. The Ancient Egyptians may have laid the foundations for a technology that thousands of years later was recognized –at least partially— by Nikola Tesla.
Beyond its imposing magnificence, the Great Pyramid of Giza could hold more secrets than we ever imagined.
It has been accepted for years that ancient civilizations employed very advanced technologies, such as electrochemistry, electromagnetics, metallurgy, chemistry, physics, mathematics, etc., thousands of years before these were ‘invented’ by modern society. Evidence of these technologies is present in ancient Egypt as well as Sumer and other ancient cultures around the globe.
However, the great Pyramid fo Giza is perhaps one of the greatest ‘technologies’ invented by our ancestor’s thousands of years ago.
The outer coating of the Giza pyramid was composed of white limestone, which happens to have great insulating properties. The outer casing of the Great Pyramid of Giza was covered by ‘white tufa limestone,’ put together in such a way that nothing could fit in between the stones. It is noteworthy to mention that the ‘white tufa limestone’ used in the outer casing of the Great Pyramid of Giza does not contain magnesium and has very high insulating properties. It is believed that this sophisticated insulation property allowed the ancient Egyptians to fully control the release of energy from within the Pyramid.
Even more interesting is the composition of the interior of the Great Pyramid. As it turns out, the stone blocks used in the inner parts of the Great Pyramid were made from another form of limestone, which contains small amounts of crystals and metals which are believed to be two important properties that allowed maximum power transmission.
Furthermore, the shafts built inside the Great pyramid were made of granite and is a slightly radioactive substance permitting the ionization of the air inside the air shafts of the Great Pyramid; similar characteristics can be found in a conductive insulating cable.
While the idea that the Great Pyramid of Egypt were used as giant power plant generating free, wireless energy, is firmly rejected by mainstream scholars, this theory could explain numerous enigmas about the Pyramid itself and the sophisticated society that settled at the Nile River thousands of years ago.
The Pyramids at the Giza plateau rise above the limestone layers located underneath (Aquifers), and the spaces in between them are filled with great amounts of water, and these layers of rock are capable of transmitting energy upwards as they carry the underground water to the surface. This means that the high volume flow of water that passes through these underground cavities is capable of producing an electrical current; known as physio-electricity. Physio-electricity can be defined as ‘Electricity obtained from the natural physical movements with the help of certain harnessing devices can be termed as physio-electricity. For example, energy from walking, energy from flowing stream of a river (Nile river flowing through aquifers.’ (Source)
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