Everyone thinks of Egypt, the Giza plateau, and the three pyramids that stand tall just outside of Cairo when they think of pyramids. However, did you know that there are over 1000 pyramids in Central America alone? There are 300 Pyramids in China and approximately 200 Pyramids in Sudan. There are just roughly 120 pyramids in Egypt. Pyramids, on the other hand, may be found all over the planet. But why is it the case? Why are there so many weird structures dispersed across the world? Why did almost every ancient culture on the planet, including the Ancient Maya, Aztecs, Pre-Inca Cultures, Ancient Chinese, and others, build these massive structures? Furthermore, why are there so many pyramids with the same design all around the world? Why are we still perplexed as to why the Egyptians built Pyramids? Were they meant to be permanent resting sites for different Pharaohs and kings? Or may they have had a completely different function than what we’ve been told to think by conventional scholars? Is it simply a curious coincidence that the earth is littered with hundreds of Pyramids?
Why are the vast majority of them so similar? Is it conceivable that thousands of years ago ancient civilizations were linked? And that designs for pyramid construction were handed down from a long-ago pyramid-building civilization to several civilizations? After all, what if the Pyramids were used for more than just tombs?
A Ukrainian scientist says he has solved the enigma of the Pyramids and now knows what ancient civilizations used them for all around the globe.
Dr. Volodymyr Krashnoholovets, a Ukrainian physicist who has spent more than a decade studying and creating pyramids, has always been fascinated by them.
With the help of the Russian government, he erected a 144-foot-tall pyramid west of Moscow. He claims to have finally answered the mystery of pyramids and why they were built, and the following is a summary of his findings: Pyramids:
1. The immune systems of organisms have improved (blood leukocyte composition increased).
2. Tissue regeneration is improved.
3. Seeds that were retained in the pyramid for 1–5 days increased yield by 30–100%.
4. There was a considerable improvement in the ozone across the region shortly after the Lake Seliger pyramid was erected.
5. Seismic activity is less intense and smaller in size around the pyramid research areas.
6. In the area around the pyramids, violent weather seems to be less common.
7. Pyramids created in Southern Russia (Bashkiria) proved to have a positive impact on oil production, with oil becoming 30% less viscous and oil well yields rising, according to research done by the Moscow Academy of Oil and Gas.
8. 5000 criminals were given pyramid energy field-exposed salt and pepper to ingest in research. The aggressiveness rate of the test participants was greatly reduced, and their general behavior was significantly improved.
9. After virus and bacterium infection, standard tissue culture tests demonstrated an increase in the survival of cellular tissue.
10. Radioactive chemicals have a lower amount of radiation within the pyramid.
11. Capacitors have been reported to charge spontaneously in the past.
12. Physicists identified substantial changes in superconducting temperature thresholds, semiconducting properties, and carbon nanomaterial properties.
13. The water within the pyramid will stay liquid until it hits minus 40 degrees Celsius, but if jostled or disturbed in any manner, it will quickly freeze.
What are your opinions on the matter? Is it possible that Pyramids were not used as graves in the ancient world? Isn’t it feasible, after all, that these great old monuments spread throughout the globe serve a function that orthodox historians have yet to uncover?
Author and researcher David Wilcock describes all of Dr. Volodymyr Krashnoholovets’s above-mentioned findings in the video below.