The Egyptian pyramids (or just “the Pyramids”) are magnificent structures that have captivated the world for centuries.
Officially, they were built as tombs for the pharaohs (the kings and queens of ancient Egypt) and construction began around 4500 years ago during the Old Kingdom period and continued for several centuries. They were designed to house the bodies of the pharaohs after death and ensure their safe journey to the afterlife.
The most famous of all the pyramids is the Great Pyramid Of Giza, built for Pharaoh Khufu. It stands as a testament to the incredible engineering and architectural skills of the ancient Egyptians. The pyramids were constructed using limestone blocks, which were carefully cut and placed on top of each other to form the iconic pyramid shape. It is estimated that each pyramid required the labor of thousands of workers over many years to complete.
It’s difficult to summarise, but Jason makes a convincing case for an advanced civilisation at the time of the construction of the Pyramids (over 4800 years ago), who used advanced techniques such as geopolymer construction and ultrasonic drilling.
Furthermore, he adds that the Pyramids were not even built by Egyptians.
Instead, they were built by an entirely different civilisation, before a catastrophic event wiped them out and the Pyramids ended up underwater for hundreds of years after a major rainfall that coincides with the Biblical flood.
Civilisation has been in decline ever since.
There is way too much to compress, so I recommend watching the following slideshow by Jason.
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