Pyramidology: Interpreting the Egyptian pyramids

Mark Lehner, The Egyptian Heritage (1974). Esoteric theories about Egyptian pyramids.
Mark Lehner, The Egyptian Heritage (1974). Esoteric theories about Egyptian pyramids.

Most of what has been written about the Egyptian pyramids is quite esoteric and can be considered pseudo-scientific. Egyptologists often lament the lack of validity that most of these theories have. On these pages I am providing a rational perspective on what pyramidology has to offer.

The ancient Egyptians built the pyramids as monuments to honour their Pharaohs. There is no need for aliens or secret knowledge. Anything else is an insult to human intelligence and endurance. Nevertheless, I am interested in esoteric theories about the pyramids. Not because I believe they are correct, but because they are an interesting aspect of contemporary culture.

Egyptian Pyramids

3 Replies to “Pyramidology: Interpreting the Egyptian pyramids”

  1. just i wanna say this theories are applied in many countries, and this mystery portion of a pyramid where you can sharp you knife or, preserve your food from spoiling, or preserve dead bodies from rotting. all that still obscure !! i just can’t believe that may happen, but that did happen. and it`s not esoteric thing, ’cause may scientists already did like this experiments. but by adapting the directions of the pyramids according to the graphical north, and this pyramid must be as pharaohs pyramid, i mean that the measurement must be relative to the origin pyramid, like you can divide the length over two, or one thousand or so on. i hope to reveal this mystery at once day.

  2. Taylor never visited the Pyramid, but the more he studied its structure, the more he became convinced that its architect was not an Egyptian, but an Israelite acting under divine orders.

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