The great Pyramids of Giza are one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and the only surviving wonder of the ancient world. We have been wondering for a long time how these pyramids were made and why so? Is this work of an alien? Because of the type of work that has been found in the pyramids human cannot do so who made these pyramids?
The one question is already solved who made these Giza Pyramids but it is still a mystery for what purpose it is made? Until now, there are several shows made on these Giza pyramids, and on their mystery let’s dig into the history and learn about some information and the secret chamber of the pyramids. Well, these Pyramids were also made a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in 1979.
The pyramids aren’t just the structures you see from the outside, it is more than that. Each part of the pyramids is a large complex that includes temples, burial tombs, and other things. These pyramids were constructed by the ancient Egyptian pharaohs Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. As Millions of tourists visit Egypt every year to see the Pyramids of Giza from across the globe.
Egypt is a beautiful country and is rich in ancient history, home to more than 100 pyramids, including the 4,500-year-old iconic Giza pyramid which is the last-standing ancient wonder of the world. It is a testament to the innovation and craftsmanship of ancient civilizations. The Great Pyramid of Giza has been there since 26th Century BC and took 27 years to build with around 2.3 million blocks of stone weighing 6 million tons.
The great Giza is made up of three pyramids, Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. Each pyramid is named after three pharaohs and now, scientists are using High Energy Physics (HIP) to scan the Khufu structure. Now with the use of new technology uses cosmic ray muons to scan deeper into the pyramid than has ever been seen before, and trying to create a map of its internal structure. What the world is see now is only the core structure of the Great Pyramid, the white limestone casing eroded away over time. As usual, the pyramids have been studied for centuries, and there are two mysterious voids that have kept archaeologists amazed.
The one void is around 98ft long and 20ft high and could be one large space or several rooms, according to the last scans of the pyramid, while the other one is much smaller, beyond the north face of the pyramid. Archaeologists are not sure how either void functioned, the most exciting possibility is that the larger space is the hidden burial chamber of Khufu, who ruled from around 2,551 BC to 2,528 BC.
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The voids were discovered in 2017 when a project Scan Pyramids ran a series of scans that analyzed the cosmic particles that fall to Earth called muons to detect spaces within the structure. Muons are the negatively charged elementary particles that are formed when cosmic rays collide with the Earth’s atmosphere and they behave differently when interacting with water, stone, or air.
The archaeologist’s team also plans to install a telescope operating system that has 100 times the sensitivity of the equipment that has recently been used at the Great Pyramid to reveal the mystery. Since the equipment is very large, it cannot be placed inside the pyramid, therefore the approach is to put them outside and move them along the base to collect the data, and now the scientists may be able to distinguish the artifacts within the void that has been found ever