Mystery Type: Site
Mystery Name: Great Pyramid on the Giza Plateau
Place Name: Giza Plateau
The Great Pyramid of Giza (also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops) is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex bordering what is now El Giza, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact.
Many theories surround the mystery about the construction of the pyramid as well as it’ s purpose. So far, these mysteries have not been solved. It’ s also interesting to note that no corpse or mummy has ever been found inside a pyramid. It’ s also not known to many people that the great pyramid has 8 sides instead of 4.
Who built it?, For what purpose has it been built?, When has it been built?, How has it been built?, Which kind of technology has been used?, To which other mysteries is it related to?
Proven Facts: Advanced Geometry and Mathematics were used to build the pyramid. Pi and Phi are to be found in many construction features, No corpse, mummy or pharaoh has ever been found in a pyramid, 8 Sides
Culture: Ancient Egypt
Age Dating: > 2.750 BC
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This mystery has been reported by Jahkri on 03/14/2017
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From Ursula on 05/15/2017
I lived in Egypt for several years and have been many times there after sunset although it is not really allowed. When the sun sinks, the pyramids start to “sing”. It’s very softly, just like you sometimes can hear electric transmitters, a kind of humming, but lower in volume and lower in frequency. A vibrant energy pours with it. I have no scientific proof, only my experience. Maybe anyone would like to check on this? There should be a way to find out.
It seems that other people have similar ideas. The attached link leads to one of them. Unfortunately they do not seem to hear this sound. But surprisingly they, too, got the idea of a “singing” pyramid.
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