Why Is The Bent Pyramid At Dashur In Egypt…Bent?
One of the sites that is always included in our yearly trip to Egypt, and will be on our March 8 to 21, 2015 tour HERE is the so called Bent Pyramid at Dashur. Egyptologists believe that this pyramid was under construction, when its initial angle had to be changed in order to repair a faulty design of the Egyptian engineers. But would the engineers really have been that short sighted?
Engineer Samuel Laboy, from Puerto Rico believes that the design was in fact intentional, as do the members of the Khemit School located in Giza itself. To solve the riddle of this design, he used the Perfect Symbol system, previously used by him to figure out the geometric design of the Great Pyramid, and others. He found that the Bent Pyramid shape is composed of the superimposition of two important and unique pyramid designs.
He explains that the reasons for the pyramid combined design could be, from the point of view of the Egyptians, to provide with this new geometric arrangement, a powerful and energetic force to the pyramid. In other words, the pyramid was designed this way on purpose because its function dictated that it be this way. But what function?
Rather than the tired out idea that this was a tomb for a deceased king, as many academics cling to, the Khemit School and others, including a number of engineers believe that the Bent Pyramid, Red Pyramid, and the three famous ones on the Giza Plateau were in fact energetic structures created long before the existence of the Pharaohs. Does the above photo look like a tomb to you, or a resonance chamber?
Many scholars think that the construction of the Bent Pyramid was done at the behest of the ruler Sneferu about 2600 BC as his tomb, yet, his body was never found inside of it. It is the belief of the Khemit School and others that the name Sneferu, or Seneferu in fact should be translated as meaning "double harmony;" not the name of a king but a description of the fact that the two distinct angles would create two distinct vibrations inside the structure.
And as to its age, what is curious about the Bent Pyramid is that only its corners are damaged. Though some may believe this to be the result of quarrying by later people, it could very well be that the pyramid suffered major damage as the result of a global catastrophe that occurred, according to geologist Dr. Robert Schoch, physicist Dr. Paul de Laviolette and others about 11,700 years ago. Thus, the Bent Pyramid was inherited by the dynastic Egyptians, NOT made by them.
Learn more about the Bent Pyramid and other ancient wonders of Egypt in my book, available through Barnes and Noble as well as Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats.
Join us as we explore the Lost Ancient High Technology of ancient Egypt from March 8 to 21, 2015 with an extension afterwards to Baalbek in Lebanon; itinerary HERE.
Join the first ever tour exploring the mysterious Elongated Skulls of Peru and Bolivia in May 2015; details HERE.
Come with Andrew Collins, Hugh Newman and me in June 2015 as we examine the megaliths and Elongated Skulls of Peru and Bolivia; itinerary HERE.
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