A Physicist has discovered the secret about the Pyramids—and it will change the world

When we talk a bout Pyramids everyone immediately turns their thoughts to Egypt, the Giza plateau and the three pyramids standing tall just outside of Cairo.

However, did you know that there are more than 1000 pyramids in Central America alone? There are 300 Pyramids in China and over 200 Pyramids in Sudan.

Egypt boasts only around 120 Pyramids.

But, no matter where you look, you’ll find pyramids scattered across the globe. But why? Why are these enigmatic structure located across the planet? Why did nearly all ancient civilizations across the globe, the Ancient Maya, Aztecs, Pre-Inca Cultures, Ancient Chinese, and many others build these supermassive structures? Furthermore, why are so many pyramids around the globe so eerily similar in design?

Why is it that we still can’t fully understand why the ancients built Pyramids? Were they meant to serve as eternal resting places for different Pharaohs and kings?

Or is it possible they served another, completely different purpose than what mainstream scholars are making us believe?

Is it just a wild coincidence that there are thousands of Pyramids scattered all across the globe?

How are most of them so similar? Is it possible that ancient cultures were somehow interconnected thousands of years ago? And that somehow a pyramid building culture—that is now long gone—passed onto different civilizations the blueprints of building pyramids?

What if after all, Pyramids were not used as tombs, but as something entirely different?

A Ukrainian scientist believes he may have finally solved the mystery behind the Pyramids and says he now understands what they were used for by ancient civilizations across the globe.

Dr. Volodymyr Krashnoholovets, a physicist from the Ukraine, who has curiously spent over a decade building and researching pyramids has been fascinated by these ancient structures for a long time.

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Endorsed by the Russian government, he created a 144-foot-tall pyramid outside of Moscow. He is a man who believes to have finally cracked the mystery behind pyramids and why they were built, and according to him, this is a summary of his discoveries on the effects Pyramids:

  1. Immune system of organisms improved (blood leukocyte composition increased).
  2. Improved regeneration of tissue.
  3. Seeds stored in the pyramid for 1-5 days showed a 30-100% increase in yield.
  4. Soon after construction of the Lake Seliger pyramid a marked improvement of the ozone was noted above the area.
  5. Seismic activity near the pyramid research areas are reduced in severity and size.
  6. Violent weather also appears to decrease in the vicinity of the pyramids.
  7. Pyramids constructed in Southern Russia (Bashkiria) appeared to have a positive effect on oil production with oil becoming less viscous by 30% and the yield of the oil wells increased according to tests carried out by the Moscow Academy of Oil and Gas.
  8. A study was done on 5000 prisoners who ingested salt and pepper that had been exposed to the pyramid energy field. The test subjects exhibited a greatly reduced violence rate and overall behavior was much improved.
  9. Standard tissue culture tests showed an increase in survival of cellular tissue after infection by viruses and bacteria.
  10. Radioactive substances show a decreased level of radiation inside the pyramid.
  11. There are reports of spontaneous charging of capacitors.
  12. Physicists observed significant changes in superconductivity temperature thresholds and in the properties of semi-conducting and carbon nanomaterials.
  13. Water inside the pyramid will remain liquid to minus 40 degrees Celsius but freeze instantly if jostled or bumped in any way.

All of the above-mentioned discoveries made by Dr. Volodymyr Krashnoholovets are explained in the following video presented by author and researcher David Wilcock.

What do you think? Is it possible that after all Pyramids were not used as tombs in ancient times? Is it possible that after all, these majestic ancient structures—scattered across the globe—have a purpose that mainstream scholars have not yet identified?

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  1. Pyramid translates to “Fire In The Middle” The ancients saw no distinction between fire, electricity or energy. They saw it all the same. The pyramid is fascinating, Our brains think (mathematically) in eleven different dimensions ( see the blue brain project). Quantum computing is also opening up new horizons, So the pyramids secrets will undoubtedly open up like a flower to the morning sun. I am sure there are many more secrets to discover mathematically, multidimensionally and from a quantum point of view.

  2. I think the biggest resistance to tapping into this technology is the electrical effect. From the Russian note about capacitors to ancient leyden jars being charged at the top of a pyramid to experiments done with suspending conductors inside hollow pyramid and cone shapes, those energies can be tapped as a source of electrical charge. That borders on being a free energy device and triggers the financial and political elite to want to crush anything relating to pyramids. So until we run out of oil worldwide, this will be “fringe science”.

    But it would be a great way to supply power to our Mars colonies. Forget the nuclear based atmospheric converters seen in the movie Aliens. It’d be giant pyramids generating electricity for atmospheric converters or greenhouses built to protect plants from damaging weather. I hear potatoes are supposed to grow well on Mars.

    And don’t forget that Native American teepees had the same effects on people inside them.

  3. well, i have been toying with a pyramid structure made of cardboard, in my childhood, saw the procedure in a local newspaper’s side issue publication. making a pyramid of vertical height of 5 cm tall, with its base covered by a similar cardboard that is used to build the pyramid, inside the pyramid (which is hollow actually) at the height of 2-2.5 cm from the base, if a nonmetallic object is placed on which if a blunt blade (blades used to sharpen pencils in India is what i placed, which were so blunt that it can’t cut even a cotton sponge roll ), if kept undisturbed for a week, the blade becomes too sharp and it were difficult to hold without a protective covering on our hands. i kept it in the northeast corner of my house, with the climate a lot sunny. the only explanation i could give that time were the sound that we speak influenced the pyramid’s inner walls and echoed within the walls at some intensity, this made the blunt blade become too much sharp. i were in grade 5 (1999 year) during when i did it,

    1. Pyramids have been found to have hyperdimensional qualities. So while what you’ve theorized is a possibility- as sound is powerful- I’d look into the other if I were you. You might want to check out Richard Hoagland’s work.

  4. Having recently been to the Bosnian pyramids which are some 30,000 years old they have changed my complete perspective on our purpose here. These civilisations were far more knowledgeable than them, and the open source project in Bosnia is unlocking the truth behind the technology that is still alive today with powerful scellar waves beaming from the top of them…

  5. The truth is that nobody knows who built the pyramids .. to ask why or how the Egyptians or Aztecs built them is logical fallacy known as ‘begging the question’ .. in which the writer bases a premise on an ‘assumed’ initial point ~ ie: that the pyramids were built by the Egyptians or Aztecs … The object of which in this case, is possibly to divert one away from thinking the ‘unthinkable’ .. which would be a threat to world government …

  6. What if the ancient people build huge pyramids near strategic parts of the globe as nuclear reactors to fire up huge amounts of radio active energy through the atmosphere in order to produce a circular ring of radiation strategically around the entire planet which is referred to as the Van Allen Belt.

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