Converging Pyramids

The Pyramids were not laid out willy-nilly on the Giza Plateau. Each side of each of the three Pyramids lines up precisely east-west or north-south. It’s a bit of a mystery how the ancients achieved such a perfect alignment, considering they did not have the magnetic compass at their disposal. The Pyramids’ proportions are just as exacting. For example, the difference between the Great Pyramid’s longest and shortest sides, which average 755.5 feet along the base, is but seven inches.

Khafre pyramid from its southwest corner Each of the Pyramids is perfectly proportioned. This is the Khafre Pyramid from its southwest corner.


As you scroll along this image, which was shot from the desert a few miles south of the Pyramids, notice how the three structures—those of Menkaure, his father Khafre, and his grandfather Khufu—line up perfectly along their righthand edges.

Camel and driver Camel and driver pose far out in the desert.


Ancient Egypt Pyramids

Mysteries, Facts, Fictions, Controversy, Stories and Videos

Hundreds of websites and books on Ancient Egypt Pyramids, tells us that the Great Pyramids were build by 100,000 slaves and it took them 20 years to finish them. You will also hear that the Pyramids are simply tombs for the kings.

Pyramids of Giza

This is the “orthodox” story which other people don’t find plausable or verifiable as truth.

The reality of the matter is that no one really know the truth… of how the Ancient Egypt Pyramids were built, who build them and when. At least no body alive today knows.

I thought to bring you these three videos which I think are interesting. They give an “alternative” point of view on how the Ancient Egypt Pyramids were built in a an entertaining style.

But before you do, you could perhaps visit these two pages for a solid views on Egypt Ancient Pyramids.