The Forbidden Truths: The Egyptian Pyramids

Egyptian Pyramids

The earliest known Egyptian pyramids are found at Saqqara, northwest of Memphis, although at least one step-pyramid-like structure has been found at Saqqara, dating to the 1st Dynasty: Mastaba 3808, which has been attributed to the reign of Pharaoh Anedjib, with inscriptions, and other archaeological remains of the period, suggesting there may have been others, the otherwise earliest among these is the Pyramid of Djoser built c. 2630–2610 BC during the Third Dynasty. This pyramid and its surrounding complex are generally considered to be the world’s oldest monumental structures constructed of dressed masonry.

Pyramids and the speed of light

The exact coordinates of the Great Pyramid of Giza are 29.9792458°N which by itself means very little.However, some enthusiasts have noticed the number is exactly the same as the speed of light which travels at 299,792,458 meters per second.The strange coincidence was brought to light in a YouTube video uploaded by J. Dobbs.

Pyramids and the Consciousness

The new evidence has given rise to numerous new theories of how the Great Pyramid was built, but one theme informs almost all them — that it could not have been built by primitive people just out of the Stone Age. It is simply too precisely built to have been constructed with copper and stone chisels, and its design is simply too sophisticated to have been conceived from the knowledge ascribed to the people of that era.

God’s other creation: The Jinn

Cairo is as modern as one wishes it to be, and just as sophisticated. But one is still able to take a step back in time, within this great city, or in Egypt’s countryside, and find people of a bygone age, where ancient beliefs persist. In this context, the jinn who’s singular form of jinni, or Ginni (fem. Jinniyah) still persist with considerable color beyond the scope they are given in the Quran. In fact, it would be impossible to single out all of the jinn-lore available in Egypt.

Conclusion

We will perhaps never know which, if any, of the various theories about the Great Pyramid are correct. As one can imagine, mainstream archeologists roll their eyes when they hear many of these theories. As rational empiricists, they can only accept what can be measured and therefore, in their eyes, proven. We are confident, however, that as Dwapara Yuga progresses, the growing knowledge of the Great Pyramid will play a significant role in revolutionizing archeological thought.

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Aayushi Vaish

Aayushi Vaish

An Explorer of the Infinite Multiverse . MS - Physics , Northeastern University.