Why are the pyramids one of the most talked about structures in the world?

July 9, 2009 at 21:23 Leave a comment

pyramids-of-giza-468607-swEver since my childhood, I’ve been fascinated by one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the pyramids of Egypt. However, the information available to me was sparse. Of the little available information, it was limited to the hostility towards Pharaoh within the three Abrahamic religions.

What I could not understand is who built the pyramids? I remember watching the epic movie, The Ten Commandments with Charlton Heston in the role as Moses who freed the slaves to take them to the Promised Land. According to many, the slaves were built by the Israeli slaves. In this video, Nassim Haramein asks some pretty tough questions about who built the pyramids.

For example, given that the Grand Pyramid of Giza was built from 2,300,000 stone blocks with each weighing 2 tonnes (up to 40 tonnes for some blocks) in to years, it’s difficult to comprehend how it could have been done. If the slaves worked 10 hours a day for 365 days a year for 20 years, they would need to lift the blocks and place them with extreme accuracy every two minutes. But there’s more…we’re told that Egyptians were mainly farmers and only took time off during the flooding of the Nile for three months of the year. Click this watch this 10-minute video

Harun Rabbani

PS Nassim Haramein will be speaking live in London on Thursday 13th August 2009. To join this phenomenal event, you must book early. Click here to find out more and to register now.

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