The Revelation of the Pyramids
The Discovery That Changed the World
This documentary by Jacques Grimault and Patrice Pooyard posts some disturbing questions and their unbelievable answers. The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and the only one that is still standing today. Building it was an astonishing engineering achievement even by today’s standards. The accuracy they accomplished in its design and building is completely amazing, considering that they allegedly had less precise tools than those that currently exist.
So over 4,000 years ago, the ancient Egyptians flattened a limestone hill, paved an area the size of six football fields, carried two million blocks up a height of the equivalent of a 42 story building, built the outside of the pyramid with eight sides instead of four, and made it all earthquake proof using limited tools in a period of only 20 years.
This is so astonishing that it begs the question ‘is any of this even possible?’
The evidence is carved into the rocks, but Egyptologists and historians disagree on what it means. Maybe the answer is to be found through talking to geologists, engineers, and stonecutters—men who have the technical ‘know-how’, the people who are actually involved in this type of big projects.
In order to adhere to the theory that the pyramid was the tomb built for a Pharaoh, Egyptologists concluded that it took only 20 years to build. However the precision of the construction doesn’t support that theory. Even the irregular shaped stones were placed deliberately, perfectly mirroring those used on the other side of the building. The possibility that the pyramids could have been built for an entirely different purpose cannot be ignored. However, many Egyptologists and historians strongly disagree with this suggestion and discourage it adamantly.
Yet The Great Pyramid is so mathematically accurate that the surface of the four sides divided by the surface of the base equals the famous golden number; one of the key principles of aesthetics and design. The golden number is unique and occurs all over the natural world even in the proportions of the human anatomy and also in the proportions of great works of art. This golden number occurs repeatedly and deliberately in the Great Pyramid.
Who built this pyramid? Why is it perfectly aligned with other great monuments found all over the world? Is it possible that the precision of its design is not human origin? Watch this film now.