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Many researchers and scholars have asked themselves the question what were the monuments constructed thousands of years ago? The Pyramids at the Giza plateau, Teotihuacan, Mohenjo Daro, and many other sacred places of the past, were they just monuments, religious centers or did they have a superior purpose?
Is it possible that ancient cultures worldwide had the ability to harness natural energy? According to many, we are asking the wrong question. We should probably ask ourselves, not if ancient man had the ability to harness energy, but rather where did they obtain the knowledge to do so and is there any evidence?
Is it possible that ancient man acquired knowledge to build temples and monuments that act as some sort of power plants? Incredible blocks of stone stacked up that make incredible constructions but with a higher purpose? Is there a slight possibility that these ancient structures are really a technology that was known to ancient mankind, but is today unknown to us?
How did our ancestors move monoliths that weigh hundreds of tons?
Creating incredible walls like the ones present at Ollantaytambo. Replicating such constructions today would be very difficult, even with the technology that we have, engineers and architects would have a hard time recreating these ancient structures using power machines and power tools available to them.
Ancient mankind managed these features without the use of today’s technology, yet the degree of precision is something that has left researchers baffled.
Are we missing something in history? evidence that supports theories that many people today might consider absurd, like ancient man having energy driven technology that allowed them to transport, lift, and place rocks weighing hundreds of tons. The 2,000-year-old Baghdad batteries might be one of the missing technologies, rediscovered recently.
Researchers speculate that they may have been used to electroplate gold onto silver for decorative jewelry.
But these are smaller-sized batteries, what if ancient man had bigger batteries, is there a possibility these could have been used for construction purposes?
Mainstream scientists agree that the Baghdad Battery is evidence ancient man had the knowledge and resources to create power and how to utilize it, but are there more technologies like the Baghdad batteries that we have not yet discovered? If so could they explain some of these incredible constructions and their design and precision?
One of the most talked-about features of the Great Pyramid is narrow tunnels first discovered in 1872 that archaeologists long considered to be ventilation ducts.
A team of engineers used a remotely operated camera in 1993 called Upuaut2 to discover the true purpose of this air shaft that leads from the Queen’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid.
The results of the discovery puzzled researchers even more as the remotely operated camera discovered a closed door with two heavily corroded pieces of copper. Archaeologists have postulated that these handles were intentionally built as a symbolic passageway that the queen would travel through to the afterlife, but why build it with an intentional blockage?
Why is the Great Pyramid, until today, the only one with such a door? What was the true purpose of the Great Pyramid of Giza, was it a royal tomb as many archaeologists believe? If so, why is the sarcophagus of the Kings chamber… empty? Are we missing something?
Further explorations were done using a robot equipped with a micro camera to slip through a hole previously discovered and reveal what was beyond the door, discovering eventually an unknown room inside the pyramid. The robot scanned the floor discovering unusual red markings.
Some researchers venture as far as saying that these markings are or were electrical symbols. If this is theory is true, a series of questions will be postulated challenging conventional archaeological theories. Is it possible that the Great Pyramid of Giza was, in fact, some sort of ancient power plant, but how could it have worked?
John Cadman proposed a theory that has caused mayor interest. Cadman proposed that ancient Egyptians pumped water from the nearby Nile River into a chamber located underneath the Great Pyramid.
The pump would create intense hydraulic pressure that would have caused vibrations throughout the entire pyramid, and according to Cadman, there is evidence that supports his claim, given the fact that in the subterranean chamber there is evidence that shows that water was present in the past with rarefaction waves which are an extremely low-pressure wave, which would have
struck the ceiling and there is evidence that the ceiling is actually chipped.
More evidence suggesting the Great Pyramid of Giza was, in fact, some sort of power plant is present in the Queens Chamber where researchers believe to have found traces of zinc and hydrochloric acid.
Having this said, researchers believe that ancient Egyptians filled the northern shaft with hydrated zinc and the southern shaft going into the chamber was filled with dilute hydrochloric acid triggering combustion in the Queen’s chamber. According to researchers evidence of the use of hydrogen can be found in the King’s chamber.
What the true purpose of the Great Pyramid of Giza might have been is still an enigma. Several theories, some of them even absurd, that have been proposed throughout the years are divided by those who believe in the supernatural and those who don’t.
The Ancient Alien theory backs these theories up.