History of the Pyramids
The pyramid is one of the seventh wonders of the world. Ancient Egypt was ruled by Pharaoh kings. The tombs built on their graves are known as pyramids. Egypt has 75 small and large pyramids. The largest and most interesting is the Pyramid of Giza, also known as the Pyramid of Khufu. It was created about 5000 BC.
Its height is about 461 feet. It is set on 755 square feet of land. It took 20 years to build and 1 lakh workers. The pyramid was built with huge huge pieces of stone. Each piece of stone weighed about 60 tons, and was about 30 to 40 feet long. These were collected from distant hills. The pyramids were made by combining stones with stones in such a way that there was not a hair's breadth between one stone and another.
The ancient Egyptian kings were known as the Pharaohs or Pharaohs (in the supposed pronunciation of the ancient Egyptian language, par: ‘o’). The Pharaohs were religious and political leaders during the new kingdom of ancient Egypt. The "big house" was then used to mean the house of kings, but it was lost in the course of Egyptian history, even in the reciprocal variation of the traditional Egyptian word for king, nswt. Although the rulers of Egypt were usually male, the word Pharaoh was rarely used in the humiliation of female rulers. The Pharaohs believed that the god Horus had a body of life with all the mythical rulers of Egypt and at the death of Osiris.
They considered themselves descendants of the sun. They did not marry anyone outside the clan because they considered themselves gods. As a result, marriages between siblings were consummated. The Pharaohs believed that there was life after death. So after their death, they used to build a pyramid and keep all the tools of their daily life in the tomb under it. To save the corpse from decay, they made mummies and wrapped them in gold ornaments and placed them in the coffin of the tomb.
A mummy is a corpse that relieves the soft tissue mass of an organism from climate (lack of air or drought or seasonal conditions) and intentional causes (special burial practices). In other words, a mummy is a corpse that can be destroyed in human technology or naturally destroyed and destroyed.
Pyramid light beam:
A team of physicists is coming to detect an energy beam through the top of the Bosnian pyramid sun. The radius of the beam is 4.5 m with a frequency of 28 2 kHz. The beam is constantly and its strength increases as it moves up and away from the pyramid. This phenomenon contradicts the laws known to apply medicine and technology. It seems that the pyramid-builder created a perpetual motion machine a long time ago and this "power machine" is still working. The basic pyramids, the tallest and oldest, were built by advanced builders who knew better in energy, astronomy and construction than we did. Older Chinese and Egyptian pyramids are much superior, as unsuccessful replicas after those who have built. Will be built from old granite and sandstone blocks, more recently from many smaller bricks and mud.