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Why are pyramids built is it for the Eygptian gods or for the pharaohs either one I was always interested in these things I hope u know the answers cause I really want to no why thanks for reading comment
CandyofSadness CandyofSadness 18-21, F 6 Responses Nov 24, 2011

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Not build for either one.
What do you see on burial grounds? All sorts of religios symbols such as crosses... Pyramid has not got a single carving in or on it!
Build for gods? Yes, for us, the human race! Im not saying an individual is God. But we ARE shaped in hes vision, therefor, all 'a part of the whole' we call God.
It was without a doubt a functional part of a society.
I see, somebody mentioned Christoffer Dunn's book. I bought this same book of amazon (the giza powerplant) and am 100% convinced he is as close to the truth as anybody will ever get. He makes a great point at the beginning: you dont call a farmer to repair your car. You dont get a doctor to design architecture. Well, you dont send a historian or a religious belief(ver) to a 'pile of stones in the shape of a building. Thats where Dunn is spot on. He is an industrial engineer!
And he studied the whole structure with hes engineering trained eye.
Everything he points out, left STILL VISIBLE proof behind.
Ex: bottom room had 2 chemicals in it, combined forming hydrogen...
Well the walls are STILL covered with all 3 substances.
Whats not in the book and not well known: the underground is filled with aquafers, well known by todays science that this Generates Electricity. (Powerplant?) They were dug out. Not just a natural 'happened to be there' thing.
For the even more intrested: go over Nikolas Tesla, and hes Wardenclyffe tower. He build the exact same energy on the very same principle as the pyramid was putting out, but hes design looked different yet DID function only 100 years ago!
I LOVE Dunn's theory and stand behind what he wrote as The Most likely explanation.

I agree, Tesla's work is little understood. I have little doubt that the Wardenclyffe tower might have been working or close to working. His funding was withdrawn as other industrialists were worried that their own inventions may have been made obsolete. That in turn got the banker's worried. At least that's the common story.

in one of my past lives i was an Egyptian HighPriest ... i havent been able to find out where but i just know it was along the Nile somewhere... but what i remember and beleive is that we uilt them for burials for powerful people.... they also had spiritual meaning and they held great power, and still do

There astronomical positioning is interesting too. I do not accept any of the stgories about how they were actually built; none of them make any logistical sense. I suspect the truth is actually hidden from us purposely.

You may be right about the truth being hidden purposefully, but I think it is more likely that we just haven't realised what their purpose was. We are looking from the wrong perspective.

Tombs they probably were not. There is scant evidence of burials. There are lots of puzzling features about them. They may have had a more industrial use. Read "The Giza Power Plant" by Christopher Dunn. I am not saying he is entirely right, but he raises some interesting points.

Saw your comment, was going to mention the exact same book, as i bought it of amazon, a read it all the way trough. I think he is as close to the truth as we'll ever get. More intrestingly, hes theory could be tested by prodicing hydrogen at the bottom. Altho its out of comission, i think it would still proof that it WAS functional, even without the capacitor in the granite "coffin"...

The way things are at present in the world (and I don't mean the political situation in Egypt) there is absolutely NO way that Dunn's theory will ever be tested in the pyramid. It would upset too many people's established beliefs and all the history books would have to be revised! Just isn't going to happen! There would be all manner of excuses about possible damage to an ancient artifact but the real reason would be that those who have spent a lifetime studying the pyramids would be afraid that it might work!

Their purpose was not architectural but religious; the Pyramids of Egypt were tombs, lineally descended from the most primitive of burial mounds.<br />
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There is a lot of information on the web about this. here is a link I think you might give you a few of the answers you are looking for. It is a pretty straight forward and well written article. There are several hundred thousand hits on this, topic, but I liked this one for its simplicity and clear cut explanations. <br />
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