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Pyramid Treasure





Edward E. Rochon




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Pyramid Treasure

A brief preface notes the fascination of men for pyramids in Egypt. Chapter 1 discusses some of these various theories of Giza: time capsules with prophecies, power generators and the ever popular tomb of the Pharaohs. I go with the tombs theory, noting that no clear proof of a successful raiding of the Great Pyramid of Giza has been found, or at any of the other sites (pyramids not Egyptian tombs in general.) I suggest the long corridors of the Great Pyramid are red herrings to divert raiders from the burial chamber. Chapter 2 supposes that the treasure room is either high up or low down in the pyramid, perhaps beneath it. I offer some reasons why the architects would place the room high and why low. It has to do with the size of the room for so many artifacts buried with a great king, and the need to deal with overhead weight load on the ceiling of the room. The bedrock offers support for a subterranean chamber, and the early construction would hide its construction from prying eyes. Chapter 3 offers why Egypt should recommence probing the great pyramids: revenues from TV, more valuable artifacts and compensating Egypt for the heavy workload placed on their ancestors. These weights can burden descendants down through the ages.

  • Author: Edward E. Rochon
  • Published: 2016-10-04 20:35:08
  • Words: 2029
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