The reason that I have several posts relating to ETs/UFOs is because it deals with rediscovering ourselves as a species, so that we may not only re-learn what we once knew, but also to use that original information and apply it effectively to our time now so that we may reach the adult stage of our evolutionary process. It is more than obvious that ancient civilizations had some sort of “outside intervention”, however I don’t believe that intervention was “divine”. The only logical theory which can even possibly explain how the megalithic structures all over the world were built is the “Alien Intervention Theory”.

This type of information provokes one to question their very foundation of beliefs which is vital to personal growth, development, and evolution, as well as spreading to a collective will to evolve. In order for us to truly live free again, we must know and apply the ancient knowledge of things such as free energy. It is very important that the people know that this type of information has been deliberately suppressed, and why it has. What would you say if I told you that the purpose of the pyramids are FREE energy? Would it perhaps anger you that we merely walk by, look at, and take pictures of these vacant megalithic structures? I know it certainly pisses me off now that I’m aware of just this one vital piece of our life’s puzzle. So why has this information been so vehemently suppressed? That answer is simple; NO ONE can patent, monopolize, and make money off of something that is free! Well I digress. They did that with water, but you can’t bottle energy. As with everything else these “secrets” are “hidden” in plain sight. Only those who are listening will hear. Only those whose eyes are open will see. Only those whose minds are awake will take notice.

Here is a perfect example of ancient technology/knowledge that has been suppressed to keep us ignorant and enslaved to the wills of mortal men. This experiment was conducted by Austrian inventor Thomas Trawöger, and the pyramid he uses here is an exact replica of the Great Pyramid in Giza.


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A pyramid is a structure whose outer surfaces are triangular and converge to a single point at the top, making the shape roughly a pyramid in the geometric sense. For thousands of years, civilizations across the globe have used this architectural design for tombs, fortresses and temples. Compelling studies suggest that many of these pyramids were aligned with astronomical events, such as solstices, eclipses and even the Earths own hemispheres.

The Pyramid of Caius Cestius is more than 118 feet high and 97 feet wide. It was built of concrete and brick on a travertine foundation and covered with Carrara marble blocks. Thanks to the use of concrete it was possible to build a pyramid with a sharper angle - and relatively taller - than those in Egypt.

The Mesopotamians built the earliest pyramid structures known as ziggurats (e.g. Tepe Sialk and the Ziggurat of Ur). In ancient times they were painted in gold & bronze, endowing them with a luminous quality. The ziggurats were believed to be dwelling places for the gods, and each city had its own patron deity which ruled over the sea, sky, earth etc.

The first excavation took place in 1933, and was directed by Roman Ghirshman; there were two further campaigns in 1934 and 1937. Seventy years later, a team of Iranian archaeologists led by Sadegh Malek Shahmirzadi launched the Sialk Reconsideration Project, investigated the two hills again (1999-2004).

The Great Ziggurat of Ur (or E-temen-niguru in Sumerian meaning "house whose foundation creates terror") is one of the best preserved, most impressive and mysterious creations of the Sumerian culture. It is a massive rectangular, pyramid-like building measuring 210 feet in length, 148 feet in width, and over 98 feet tall. The ziggurat is only one of three well preserved structures of the Neo-Sumerian city of Ur, along with the Royal Mausolea and the Palace of Ur-Nammu.

The Chogha Zanbil in Iran was built by the Elamites around 1250 BC by the king Untash-Napirisha to honor the god Inshushinak. The ziggurat may appear as a series of platforms built on top of each other, but the temple is actually composed of five towers of different heights. While most of the ziggurats where destroyed by natural calamities and war, the Chogha Zanbil ziggurat is relatively well preserved.

In Egypt, the pyramids were huge structures built of brick or stone. The sun god Ra, considered the father of all pharaohs, was said to have created himself from a pyramid-shaped mound known as a ‘Benben’ before creating all other gods. They were often coated with white limestone in order to give them a shining appearance (as reference to the rays of the sun god).

The Step Pyramid of Djoser is the oldest pyramid in Egypt. It was built about 4,700 years ago.

  The Great Pyramid of Khufu is the oldest and sole remnant of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Over 2 million blocks of stone were used to construct the pyramid, during a 20 year period concluding around 2560 BC. The pyramid is 230 meters (755 ft) in length and an awe-inspiring 139 meters (455 feet) high (originally 146.5 meters or 480.6 ft). So in the end, after reviewing all the biggest pyramids the Great Pyramid of Khufu remains the largest pyramid ever built. Read more:

The Nubian pyramids from Sudan served as tombs for the kings and queens of Jebel Barkal and Meroë. These Nubian Pyramids have different characteristics to their Egyptian counterparts, constructed at much steeper angles. These great tombs were still being built in Sudan as late as 300 CE.

The ancient Egyptians were not the only pyramid builders in Africa. To the south, the Nubian Kingdom of Kush, located in modern-day Sudan also built pyramids to serve as tombs for their kings and queens. In fact, approximately 220 true pyramids were eventually constructed at three sites in Nubia, almost double the number of Egyptian pyramids.

Jebel Barkal, the chief landmark of the city and district of ancient Napata, is one of the largest archaeological sites in Sudan. The sanctuary in front of the mountain contains perhaps 24 important buildings (temples, chapels and palaces), of which 11 have thus far been excavated. On the mountain’s west side, it contains a field of royal pyramids, which are among the best preserved in Sudan (fig. 6). Within a 20 km radius of the mountain, there are many other important archaeological sites: among them Sanam, known as “Contra-Napata,” an ancient town and temple site 5 km downstream on the opposite (left) bank of the Nile, within the bounds of the modern town of Merowe; Duweim Wad Hajj, an unexcavated ancient temple site on the left bank, directly opposite Jebel Barkal and overbuilt by a very old mosque; el-Kurru, the cemetery of most of the kings and queens of the 25th Dynasty and their ancestors (ca. 900-650 BCE); Nuri, the site of the pyramid of Taharqo (ca. 690-664 BCE) and those of his successors and queens during the Napatan Period (ca. 650-270 BCE); Hillat el-Arab, the site of a series of Egyptian or elite early Kushite rock-cut tombs (ca. 1000-750 BCE); Tangasi and Zuma, sites of monumental post-Meroitic tumulus graves (ca. 350-500 CE); el-Ghazali, an early Christian monastery (ca. 700-1000 CE), and Merowe Sheriq, a massive medieval Christian fortress (ca. 1000-1400 CE), whose walls incorporate blocks from much earlier Egyptian and Kushite buildings.

Far to the East, there were many flat-topped like pyramids built in China & Korea between 188 BCE and 675 CE. These huge mausoleums were built for the early emperors of China and their relatives. The ancient Chinese believed that when an emperor died, their soul entered the afterlife, so the mausoleums were constructed as heavenly palaces for their life hereafter.

Covering 2.13 square kilometers, the four-layered mausoleum, like a well-structured city, includes an underground palace, which is the center of the mausoleum, an inner city, outer city and grounds. This is also the home of the infamous 7,000 terracotta horses and warriors.

The Tomb of the General, also known as the Pyramid of the East, is thought to be the burial tomb of King Gwanggaeto or his son King Jangsu, both kings of a kingdom of Goguryeo. The base of the pyramid measures approximately 75 meters on each side, about half the size of the Egyptian pyramids and is eleven meters in height. The pyramid is composed of 1,100 dressed stone blocks. Large stones, each measure approximately 3 x 5 meters were placed around the base of the pyramid and can still be seen today.

Occupying an area of some 19 square miles, the Western Xia tombs at the foot of the Helan Mountains in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region of northwestern China includes nine imperial mausoleums and 250 tombs of imperial relatives and officials.

All of the daily comforts of their past life such as servants, attendants, possessions, pets, wives, guardians, concubines, food and drink were to be provided for them in the afterlife. This was accomplished by burying all of these things with the deceased when they died. It was not uncommon to kill people in order to be buried with their master, but as dynasties evolved clay replicas replaced the real thing.

The Indonesia culture also featured pyramid structures such as Borobudur temple and Prang temple. These step pyramids were based on the native beliefs that mountains and high places are the abode for the spirit of the ancestors.

The Borobodur Temple complex is one of the greatest and most mysterious monuments in the world. For about a century and a half it was the spiritual centre of Buddhism in Java, then it was lost until its rediscovery in the eighteenth century. The structure, composed of 55,000 square meters of lava-rock is erected on a hill in the form of a stepped-pyramid of six rectangular storeys, three circular terraces and a central stupa forming the summit. The whole structure is in the form of a lotus, the sacred flower of Buddha, however the most interesting and mysterious characteristics of Borobudur is that it is of unknown age and origin.

Koh Ker located in Cambodia is one of the least-studied temple areas from the Angkorian period. Louis Delaporte visited in 1880 during his extensive investigations into Angkorian temples. Since then, very little has been studied of this majestic site.

Across the Pacific Ocean, a number of Mesoamerican cultures also built pyramid shaped structures. They were typically stepped, with temples on top (similar to the ziggurats of Mesopotamia). These temples were often used as places of human sacrifice. The ‘Pyramid of the Sun’ in Teotihuacan means “the place where men become Gods.” They claim that their pyramids were instruments for transforming the soul after death, just as the Egyptians did.

The Pyramid of the Sun dominates the landscape of the ancient city of Teotihuacan in Mexico. Teotihuacan -the place of the Gods - was the first true city in Mesoamerica, at its peak - 600 AD - it housed more than 100,000 people. It is the third largest pyramid in the world standing over 230 feet high. At its peak, most of the city was plastered, and the pyramids were painted bright red.

El Castillo ("The Caste") looms at the center of Chichén Itzá, a 79-foot pyramid of stone. Also known as the Pyramid of Kukulkán, the structure embodies Mayan myth along with natural astronomical cycles. The phenomenon that El Castillo is famous for occurs twice each year, at the spring and fall equinoxes. (In fact, the effect is viewable for a week before and after each equinox.) As the equinox sun sets, a play of light and shadow creates the appearance of a snake that gradually undulates down the stairway of the pyramid. This diamond-backed snake is composed of seven or so triangular shadows, cast by the stepped terraces of the pyramid. The sinking sun seems to give life to the sinuous shadows, which make a decidedly snaky pattern on their way down the stairs.

A recent series of pyramid like structures were built by the Polynesians known as Pā (sacred hill forts). These stepped structures were carved from hill tops, forming a pyramid like shape, and were often used as defensive settlements. The Polynesians believed these earth works were endowed with mana, a spiritual energy that granted them power and authority.

Morongo Uta is the oldest of the 14 800 year old "fortresses" built on the remote Polynesian island of Rapa Iti. Very little is known of this island, its inhabitants, or these fortresses.

The common theme which links all these pyramid structures is death, authority and immortality. These temples literally seemed to deify their occupants, who went on to rule from the heavens, their legacy secured and memorialized by the wondrous monuments of the ancients.