Khufus Pyramid

Egyptian pyramids conceal a mystery that has not yet been distinguished. While some archaeologists believe that they are the creation of the ancient Egyptians, there are also voices who claim that somewhere there was also the hand of something superior to humans in raising such miracles.

The Keops (Khufus) Pyramid is always said to have been built by the Egyptians. Giorgio A. Tsoukalos claims that the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids under the guidance of the gods. If Pharaoh Keops built the Great Pyramid, why was there no statue anywhere? Such a large construction, which resisted time, denotes a megalomania somehow. Then why was not his statue found in the pyramid?

Khufus pyramid, an ancient powerplant?

Some theories claim that the Keops Pyramid (Khufu) was a sort of power plant to fuel an entire city. This might have been the ancient times solar powerplant, equivalent to our giant solarparks with mirrors.

The only reason it is know as Khufu/Keops Pyramid (only real evidence) is due to something that looked like graffiti. When Colonel Howard Vyse entered the Great Pyramid, he was determined to create his name as Egyptologist.

Although at the time Colonel Vyse wrote in his diary that he did not find anything that looked like a cartridge until but two years later, when he published his book, he wrote that he had found a red-painted cartridge in which the name of Pharaoh Khufu was written. This is the only source in which the great pyramid dating back to the Khufuā€™s time, 2 500 years, taking in that researchers believe that was when the Khufus ruled.

Two students at the University of Dresden, Germany, managed to steal a sample from the paint that was used to paint the cartridge and took it to the laboratory in Germany for analysis and carbon dating.

The sample was too small to be dated, but the researchers found something incredible: The paint was not applied to the original block but to a layer that was later added to repair the great pyramid.

We think we know how old the Pyramids really are, but all researchers do is estimate. With this in hand, we can now conclude that the Pyramids are way older than we initially thought.

Ragnar Larsen