Everybody has caught wind of Giza’s gigantic pyramids. Everybody learns in school that these antiquated gigantic structures were worked to fill in as pharaohs’ burial places.
Yet, doesn’t it appear to be unusual that somebody would assemble a tremendous structure out of 2.5 million laser-slice stone squares only to fill in as a burial chamber? Long after the pyramid was raised, somebody molded a roughly cut stone casket.
As indicated by the most recent exploration, Nikola Tesla’s idea of free energy utilizing the world’s outside layer might be the way to fathoming the lost innovation behind the pyramids.
The origination of pyramids being burial chambers will seem adolescent in the wake of thinking about this theory.