The Great Pyramid’s 12th Proposed Function

As readers of Exploring Mystery will remember, if they were paying attention, in the chapter on The Great Pyramid, I listed 11 proposed functions for the Great Pyramid that I had unearthed from the vaults of scientific research and the vagaries of man’s musings, namely:

1) A tomb for a pharaoh built around 2500 BC
2) A store-house of mathematical and esoteric knowledge
3) A thought amplification device for manifestation and creation
4) A learning and initiation temple
5) An astral travelling device for interdimensional travel
6) An interplanetary energy transmission device
7) An interplanetary and/or world-wide communication device
8) A calendar indicating the end of cycles
9) A musical instrument or sound amplifier
10) A power plant to generate electrical power
11) A landing beacon for incoming spaceships

Now, it may be amusing to think that people once thought the Great Pyramid was a burial chamber, but thinking twice, it is disheartening to realise that there is a faction of humanity who do not want the public to know the true function of the Great Pyramid and that is why so many guesses are being made and why, to this day, so much disinformation abounds and mystery surrounds the Great Pyramid. Most conventional Egyptologists, and therefore tour guides and guide books, still sprout the ludicrous notion that all pyramids are burial chambers. This is clearly not true, as the Great Pyramid was found to contain no body, no burial paraphenalia and no inscriptions, and there are many features that cannot be explained by the burial chamber hypothesis.

Christopher Dunn has done some remarkable research, published in his book ‘The Giza Power Plant’, where he hypothesises that the Great Pyramid was built as a reaction chamber producing hydrogen to produce electrical power. He has theorised that the ‘ventilation shafts’ were for the feed, by percolation through the sandstone, of the reagents, into the ‘Queens chamber’. This is the very feasible power plant hypothesis. And the authors of ‘The Great Pyramid at Giza’, an article by engineers Miller, Sloan and Wilson in 2001, have proposed a twelfth function for the Great Pyramid, that it was designed and built as a plutonium mill; a nuclear processing plant  (http://nuclearpyramid.com/great_pyramid.php). As does Dunn, they propose very plausible functions for each feature, even down to the dampening effects of the successive ‘roofs’ of the Kings chamber’ against the energy surges inherent in nuclear processing. They do admit that more research is necessary to prove the nuclear connection, but if research was encouraged instead of discouraged on the Giza Plateau, then we would surely have known these answers by now. It is a sad indictment on the state of our education system that people are still in the dark about one of the most spectacular wonders of the world. Of course it is the UFO cover-up that is at the heart of the world-wide disinformation campaign to discredit any reports of contact with extraterrestrials and any evidence of technology on Earth that would indicate an alien presence. And the UFO cover-up has been in place for over 6 decades now in order to hide our elite controller’s source of the technology that they have been making so much money on for so many years.

The authors of ‘The Great Pyramid at Giza’ venture, far further than their engineering backgrounds permit, into the realm of supposition and conjecture, in an attempt to logically explain their hypothesis. It must have been an alien race who must have had the technology to build with such precision, who must have known about nuclear processing and who must have wanted processed plutonium (being light so they could more easily remove it from Earth) in such quantities that they must have gone to the trouble and expense of building such a grand and precisely engineered edifice. They tell us that plutonium is the most powerful, and therefore smallest and lightest, energy source available on Earth and because of this, a plutonium power source is used on all modern space flights. A plutonium refining plant would therefore logically be a very feasible function to justify the expense of building the Great Pyramid.

It would also make sense that the Great Pyramid had multiple functions. If you are going to so much trouble to build something, then it is worthwhile to make it multifunctional. Maybe it was built as a navigating beacon and a plutonium mill. The lighthouse hypothesis does not explain the multiple roofs of the King’s chamber, and the plutonium mill hypothesis does not explain the capstone phenomenon and the beams of light seen from pyramids.

Certainly, without any maybes, we must agree that more research is necessary, and eagerly await updates from researchers and musers alike, who add their particular brew to the cosmic stew. Exciting times we are living in indeed!

 

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