I. A huge number of pyramids There are hundreds of pyramids already discovered around the planet:
- in Egypt there are about 110 discovered, and studies suggest that many more are still buried beneath the desert sand;
- in Caral, Peru (South America). According to the officials, the Caral-Supe pyramids were build roughly at the same time as the Great Pyramids of Egypt;
- in Mesoamerica, there are hundreds scattered throughout today’s Mexico;
- in China, there are as many as 300 pyramids, many of which are partially or almost completely covered with earth and vegetation; - in Philippines we have the so called “chocolate hills” — 1,776 strange pyramidal hills. There are voices suggesting that these may also be earth-covered pyramids.
- in Europe we have the pyramidal complex of Visoko, Bosnia, which was thought to be a small mountain until recently. The ongoing excavations at Visoko will probably unearth the biggest pyramid on Earth.
- in Italy, buried pyramids have recently been discovered.
Many other hills around Europe are suspected to be earth-covered pyramids, due to their steep slopes and pointed peaks. Sadly, the officials are not interested to unearth more pyramids, because they would face even more challenging questions.
(Must-read article: Evidence of pyramids and temples intentionally buried in ancient times).
According to the main stream history, all of the Earth’s pyramids had been built by quasi-stone age people, thousands of years ago. I want to remind you that this happened before the invention of the wheel (or any sort of pulleys) and the alleged constructors had no advanced mathematics.
During the construction of the Great Pyramids of Egypt, for example, metallurgy was the peak advancement in technology, yet they were only able to engineer simple copper tools.
They’ve had no means of quickly extracting the stones from quarries, no means of transporting them to the sites, no means of lifting the heavy blocks, no advanced mathematics (which was needed), no advanced tools or machines — yet the pyramids are here.
(Must-read article: The Egyptians were not the architects, nor the constructors of the pyramids).
One of my favorite questions to ask is why pyramids? In my opinion, it is impossible for civilizations who were thousands of miles apart of each other to build the same kind of megalithic structures.
Our ancestors had no means of travelling vast distances, so it was impossible for them to borrow the pyramidal architecture from other cultures. According to the main stream history, the pyramids were built to house the body of dead gods or demigods (pharaohs, kings), and mummified bodies of rulers have been discovered inside some of the pyramids, around the planet. So this is another, very interesting, common characteristic. Not only that all of the most prominent civilizations built these gigantic pyramidal structures, but they were all built for the same purpose.
Without a common architect, this is simply impossible!
It is suggested that the pyramids were built on huge energetic vortexes, and we know from various experiments that the pyramids are great accumulators of energy. More importantly, the pyramids have the property of beaming energy through their peaks.
II. David Wilcock Groundbreaking New Physics Surrounding Pyramids
David Wilcock has re-analyzed the Bosnian Pyramids and other ancient monuments. His new physics theory of how they were built by ‘altering’ matter is presented here.
There is a prevalence of ancient structures around the world aligned on the same grid, he said, citing such examples as the 1,776 pyramids on the Philippines’ Chocolate Hills, the earthen mounds built by the Mound Builders in the United States, and the lost pyramids of Italy. Pyramids have also been discovered in China, but the government there has been secretive about them, he added.
There are anomalous and healthful benefits from pyramids, said Wilcock, noting they have been associated with reducing radioactivity, and in Russia, where a pyramid was built, the arid land around the structure became more verdant, including the growth of ferns that were thought to be extinct.
Pyramids’ effects are connected to gravity, which is pushing down from the sky, he explained. “Gravity is a river of energy flowing into the Earth…and that energy can then be harnessed by building a funnel-like shape,” causing gravity’s fluid energy to swirl and create a vortex current, he continued.
As to the mystery of how some of the great pyramidal structures were built, Wilcock theorized that a frequency and vibration technology was used to alter the stone blocks’ molecular structure, so they would become softer and lighter to move.
He also addressed climate change happening in the solar system, on such planets as Saturn, Venus, and Mars, as well as how the Maya may have been tracking in their calendars, the times when astrophysical portals were opening.