The Great Pyramid, Our Possible Future
edited: Saturday, September 08, 2007
By NICOLAE MAZILU
Rated "G" by the Author.
Posted: Saturday, September 08, 2007
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The ever pressing contemporary problem of energy seems to be the essential mark of our future on this planet. It may even have been such a problem in the past. If so, the Great Pyramid and its companions stand witnesses of this past. Their research can uncover our future.
There are documented opinions according to which the Sphinx, for instance, is way older than the Archeology says it is: its age pushes towards ten millennia. Likewise, scientific arguments can be produced that the Great Pyramid, for instance, ages at least forty millennia. As it is hard, from the point of view of the modern materialistic man, to understand the reason behind investing the effort of a whole society in order to construct such apparently impractical monuments, such a dating places the construction of these monuments in times when they would have indeed a practicality: harnessing the cosmic energy necessary for a whole society to survive on Earth!
This role of the Great Pyramid is indeed worth of a closer consideration, inasmuch as our energetic future is uncertain, and the Science doesn't seem to take any decisive steps, other than those permitted by technology, in order to clarify this future. If it turns out to be true to the point of reproducibility, the physical phenomenon that motivated the building of the Great Pyramid may be the response to our future energetical necessities. The indications that this is the case are multiple, but currently they are disregarded by Science as unsustainable.
We advance here the physical reasons of existence of such otherwise apparently unnecessary object: it provides the physical reference frame necessary for optimal harnessing of the cosmic energy embodied in the material filling the Space. As this idea has already been advanced, it is perhaps not new. The novelty stays in the fact that we consider the Space fabric as being of a different nature than the electromagnetic field, although formally described exactly the same way. It is from this point of view that the Great Pyramid seems to have witnessed multiple ages before us, and seems to have lost its initial qualities due to inherent evolution of the Matter in the Universe.
Arguments of Physics, Geometry and Theory of Materials lead us to the idea of three basic elements for the constitution of everything in the Universe surrounding us: Matter, Space and a third element through the intermediary of which these first ones act upon each other. For the lack of a better term, and meaning no offense for some orthodox academic views, we call this third element Ether, for it has all the qualities that this old support of light was supposed to have. From mathematical point of view the description of this element is formally identical to that of classical electromagnetic field in the Maxwell's acceptance. The interaction between Matter and Space takes place dynamically at the limit between the two. Arguments of isotropy and theory of irreversible deformation of materials show that the Ether can be intensified and stored in Matter formations having distinct geometrical shape and physical structure. All we can say for now is that the releasing of the possible stored energy involves changing of the equilibrium between Matter and Space with the end result of ageing of the Matter up to a stable state where it has lost all the stored energy.
Regardless of physical nature of a piece of matter that might meet the requirements of a technological storage of energy, the geometrical shape of it is precisely a regular octahedron, or a geometrical shape having a relation with this solid shape. As it is highly conceivable that this process of storage can be accomplished by a society evolved enough in order to understand the details of interaction Space-Matter, and because a pyramid is a half octahedron, it seems only natural to accept the past existence of such a society that used them as geometrical forms in order to harness and store the Ether for useful social purposes.
If, from physical point of view, a scenario can be imagined for explaining why the pyramids show up as they do today, it is hard to understand why no mention of this function of the pyramids has ever occurred in historical documents. Well, they may have survived times way longer than any of the historical or archeological documents. If their age is that we think it is, then the thesis sometimes advanced may be true , that the skills, technology and the science underlying their construction was transmitted to Egyptians by the survivors of the catastrophe that engulfed Atlantis.
Speaking of Atlantis, if something catastrophic once happened, it should make us proud and give us hope: they were humans just like us! As old Plato once said, they perished when their "divine portion began to fade away" and "human nature got the upper hand"! For, it is to be conceived that such devices harnessing the Space energy cannot be used for the benefit of a few, but for the common task of the society as a whole. This simple truth has been all but forgotten and the tragic event has ensued as a consequence. Our social task should be to regain the primeval "divine nature"!
The only problem with this interpretation is that the actual pyramids don't appear to have the right dimensions. Well, as it turns out, this is not a problem at all, for the Matter is not frozen in time. It evolves, and if we consider that the evolution has the appearance of a slow creep-like process, we have the order of magnitude of the ages as reported above. The most obvious cause of this process is the dead weight of the pyramids.
However, we think that the evolution of pyramids is a consequence of the dynamics of background and this dynamics is the reflection of a certain kind of global cosmological evolution. Indeed, one of the most intriguing cosmological theses, which can well be taken as a reflection of the interaction between Space and Matter, is the continuous creation of matter, making the Earth – the essential harnessing octahedron – grow. This will determine a variation of the geometry of every solid structure dwelling on Earth, including the pyramids, and this is the principle we are using in dating the pyramids. It is according to this principle that we calculated for the Great Pyramid of Giza an age of almost 400 centuries; for its two companions we give: Menkaure, 223 centuries and Khafre, 200 centuries.