The Real Purpose of Pyramids
From my childhood, I’ve always been fascinated with pyramids. After visiting a few of them later in life, I found it hard to believe that they ought to be nothing more but large tombstones of a foregone era.
So when a friend sent me this clip I was curious enough to watch and must say I learned a lot:
Your view of pyramids and the coincidences they have in common as to how, where and why they were built, will never be the same.
I now think of them as consciously designed and scientifically accurate creations of ancient civilizations far beyond our current understanding of science.
These “energy machines” had and have (as they were built to stand for thousands of years) a wide variety of purposes, some of which are covered in the clip and range from being safe havens on earth where healing can take place all the way to being used as intergalactic communication devices.
Sounds wild? Just see for yourself with an open mind and learn something new every day!
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More of Nature’s Pyramid Wonders
You can explore Nature’s very own Pyramid Wonders in many places around the world. Just see a few examples here.
These pyramid shaped formations are in the south of Välädalen in Jämtland, Sweden, and unfortunately typically off limits to hikers as the Sami have their reindeer in the area until end of June. But there are many trails you can see them even from a distance., e.g. along the trail from Vallbo to Lunndörrstugorna.
Geikie’s Pyramid, Greenland
The Sphinx of Greenland and the Geikie’s pyramid carved basalts look like a snowy air mass has descended upon Kangarlussuaq extending back over the icecap, leaving an opened window over the Geikie Peninsula. Line after line, row after row pyramid like peaks!
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