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The Cheops pyramid is capable of concentrating radio waves

In 2018 scientists studied the characteristics of the Cheops pyramid and come to the conclusion that it is capable of concentrating electromagnetic energy in its internal chambers and focusing it in the space below it. The discovery was published in the Journal of Applied Physics.

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 · 12 Jun 2024
Spectra of the extinction and scattering cross sections for the Pyramid located in free space and ir
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Spectra of the extinction and scattering cross sections for the Pyramid located in free space and irradiated by a linear-polarized electromagnetic plane wave propagating along the vector k directed opposite (a) and along (b) the z-axis. The electromagnetic wave is polarized along the x-axis.

The Cheops pyramid was built in the middle of the third millennium BC on the initiative of Pharaoh Khufu (Khufu), representative of the fourth dynasty of the Old Kingdom: the period of construction of all the "great pyramids" of Egypt. This construction, 145 meters high, 230 meters wide and 230 meters long, remains one of the tallest and largest structures ever built by humanity.

Over the last two centuries, inside the pyramid, scientists have discovered four rooms, one of which supposedly buried the pharaoh himself, the other his wife, the third was considered a bait or trap for thieves, and the fourth room was recently found by physicists. Inside the walls of the corridors leading to Khufu's tomb, archaeologists found unusual channels, which they considered to be elements of a "security system" that were supposed to protect the pharaoh from grave robbers.

The Cheops pyramid and its "cousins" are often attributed various magical properties, including the ability to "concentrate the energy of the cosmos" and many other unscientific phenomena.

Scientists began studying the actual physical properties of the pyramid only a few years ago, when researchers began searching for new secret rooms using muon detectors and in 2018 conducted one of the first such tests, studying how the Khufu pyramid interacts with various forms of electromagnetic radiation.

Scientists have suggested that the pyramid, like many other man-made objects, can behave as a focusing and amplifying resonator of oscillations, the wavelength of which is proportional to the size of the "miracle of light" itself. In this case we are talking about one meter radio waves in the range between 200 and 600 meters. In approximately the same range operate many amateur radio stations and radio networks.

In the calculations scientists took into account all known voids inside the pyramid, as well as the properties of its main building material, limestone. Having created a computer model, physicists "fired" beams of radio waves and followed how they interacted with the structure as a whole and with individual elements.

Distributions of electric (a)–(e) and magnetic (f)–(j) field magnitude in the x-z plane of the Pyram
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Distributions of electric (a)–(e) and magnetic (f)–(j) field magnitude in the x-z plane of the Pyramid and its supporting substrate. The polarization of the incident waves is along the x-axis. The black rectangular inside the Pyramid represents the position of the “King’s Chamber.”

Calculations have shown that the Cheops pyramid actually interacts with "amateur" radio waves, accumulating their energy in the pharaoh's tomb and redirecting it to the point that is directly under the base of the pyramid where the third chamber is located. Most importantly, it affects waves with a length of 333 and 230 meters.

According to the authors of the article, the Cheops pyramid and its cousins ​​may interact even more intensely with other types of waves, but this remains to be verified. Furthermore, the secrets of its structure could form nanoparticles that focus light, not radio waves, which would be comparable to light computers or other gadgets of the future.


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