The last surviving of the Seven Wonders of the world, the Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the most amazing structures ever built on Earth. The Giza plateau itself, with its three major pyramids plus Queen’s pyramids, ancient mastabas, and the Sphinx, is a much-anticipated highlight of any trip to Egypt. Built with mysterious techniques, the structure located on the Giza plateau has refused to reveal all its secrets despite hundreds of years of archaeological studies.
In Netflix “The Pyramid Code”, the documentary reveals former visitors experience of being inside the mysterious pyramid with shocking revelations.
Carmen Boulter, director of “The Pyramid Code”, said: “Why in the Great Pyramid is there no frescoes, there’s nothing, no decorations at all?
“Now, some people have proposed the idea that the pyramids are actually energy machines.”
The documentary interviews John Dering, an electromagnetic field theorist.
He claimed: “I was talking with a woman who had spent some time in the Great Pyramid.
“And her comment was, ’It felt like I was in a machine. It felt very functional’.”
“I felt as if I wouldn’t have wanted to be in here when it was running.”
In addition to being a massive and imposing ancient monument, built with mysterious techniques, the structure located on the Giza plateau has refused to reveal all its secrets despite hundreds of years of archaeological studies
Mainstream scholars contend that the structure was commissioned by Pharaoh Khufu and that it was built as a tomb for a period of 10 to 20 years that ended around 2560 BC.
However, despite massive efforts to demonstrate that the Great Pyramid was built as a tomb, not a single piece of archaeological evidence has been discovered over the years that indicates that the Pyramid is a massive tomb.
Now, if the pyramid was not meant to serve as a tomb, what was its true purpose then?
There is evidence that ancient Egyptians used electricity thousands of years ago, even though mainstream academics refused to accept this idea.
If we take a look inside the corridors and chambers of the Great Pyramid, there is no evidence that the ancient builders of the Pyramid used torches or fire to illuminate the interior of the Pyramid as if it were not a single evidence of soot.