Pyramids from space

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Pyramids from space

Izzy Gariel, Newspaper staff

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The Great Pyramids sit in El Giza, Egypt without knowledge of how they came to be.
The Pyramid of Giza (Pyramid of Khufu) is the largest and oldest of the Great Pyramids complex bordering what is currently El Giza, Egypt. This pyramid is now the oldest of all Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain the largest wonder still intact.

There are several theories as to how the pyramids were actually built and who built them. Many theorists find it nearly impossible for it to be the people of Egypt alone. The materials used to build the pyramid were too heavy for any person to carry, especially with the poor nutrition that the Egyptians had.

Since people are uncertain on how the pyramids were built, many believe that they will tell the date of the end of the Earth. A man named Charles Piazzi Smythe claimed that when the passageways are measured to be the length of the pyramids. One could actually find a complete chronology of the Earth’s history within the pyramids, for both the past and future.

Some theorists think that Satan either built or has something to do with the building of the great pyramids. Many believe that the pyramids and sphinx were all built by the direction of the devil himself. Theorists say that Satan put some of his knowledge into the dead stone.

Many theorists and citizens believe that these ancient strictures were built by aliens.
The first theory backing up this idea is that the pyramids are in astronomical configuration.
Most of the major pyramids are aligned with the solsticial sunrises, as this is common in Egypt. Accurate alignment with the points of the sunrise is very rare. This relates back to other theories pertaining to alien life being involved in the building of the pyramids.

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