Was the Pyramid of Khufu a Power Plant?

Also known as the Pyramid of Khufu, the structure is the largest of the three pyramids in Egypt’s Giza complex. Dating back more than 4,500 years, much speculation has been made over the well-known Seven Wonders of the World.  And now, new rumors have come to light that the pyramid may have been used as an energy generator for an advanced city.  The video details how limestone casing stones were used to build the tallest man-made structure. And the sedimentary rock, composed of skeletal fragments, is an efficient energy storer and distributor.

Conspirators believe the huge pyramid was built at the heart of the city and the energy produced from solar rays battering the desert was saved in the rocks. It was then transferred to the advanced society as and when they needed it, the theory goes.

If true, it would re-write everything historians thought they knew about the ancient civilisation.  The 22-minute clip was uploaded to YouTube channel Universe Inside You on May 8 and has already racked up more than 1.4million hits.


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