The Mysterious Capstone Missing From The Great Pyramid of Giza
There are numerous mysteries surrounding Giza’s Great Pyramid. One mystery is however, which baffles experts. This is why there is no stone at the Great Pyramid’s summit.
This is the story of Sir Siemens, a British inventor. Siemens was attempting to drink from a bottle wine while at the top of the pyramid when he received an electric shock.
He held the bottle in his hand and charged himself with electricity. The auction stone was the final object that would be sold when a pyramid was constructed.
Is it possible that the Great Pyramid of Giza’s capstone was never present, as most experts claim? It was thought to be made out of gold and taken from tops of pyramids in ancient Egypt.
Is there a natural event that could result in the formation a stone made from this substance? Is this connected to the “Pyramid Power Plant” theory?
Researchers continue to perform more experiments to establish the truth about the pyramid’s nature. The pyramid was it only a mausoleum of the pharaohs? Or did it have a deeper significance?
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