In researching the ancient Middle Eastern and Asian cultures for similarities in ancient creatures, I found all kinds of baffling stuff about ancient civilizations that were too good not to share.
One of the main ones was the ubiquity of ancient pyramids. What was the purpose behind the pyramid buildings of ancient civilizations? We know Egypt’s pyramids well, but since the long believed explanation of them serving as tombs has been busted, no one really knows the answers to the simplest of questions: how and why were they built? Not a single mummy has been found in one.
The ancient civilizations, we are taught, had no contact with each other, and the idea that these disparate cultures all spontaneously decided on the same architecture defies common sense. If it’s such a universal archetype, why did we ever stop building them? But ancient pyramids keep popping up:
The Alaskan giant pyramid (larger than Keops) – discovered in a surveying project.
Crimean Pyramid – discovered in 2012 is alleged to be the oldest known pyramid on Earth.
The Great White Pyramid in China, near Xian (pronounced she-anh) – Why have the ancient Chinese pyramids remained such a secret?
Indeed with every new pyramid discovery, I noticed an oddly strong effort to try to “debunk” them. That anyone cares so much makes me wonder even more.
Again, these pyramids were constructed during a time when supposedly the civilizations had no contact. Or did they? Check out these Egyptian Pharaohs. Maybe it’s time to rethink our narrative of ancient cultures.