I am a general contractor and a practical thinker. It is not logical to me that the Egyptian pyramids were tombs. First of all, a structure of any kind makes a statement about the owner, so why would the ancient pharaohs, being the wealthiest, most powerful people in the world at that time, build their tombs alike? I think their tombs would be different. The pharaohs all had their own architects and engineers, yet all the Egyptian pyramids are similar in design, and all were constructed of the same materials. The entrances are all the same; they all have the same descending passageways at approximately 26-degree angles; and all the passageways are less than 4-feet square. They all have very small chambers, wells and deep shafts, and they all were constructed, approximately 80 of them, along the Nile River, with underground shafts and above-ground causeways connecting them to the Nile. Why?
According to several serious word-origin specialists, the literal translation for pyramid is "fire in the middle" and this corresponds most to what my research has led me to believe the pyramids were built to do. I have spent years studying the structure, location, history and artifacts of the Egyptian pyramids, and I am more convinced than ever that the ancient Egyptians used the pyramids to create a unique form of energy. By paying special attention to celestial events, the ancients could have used natural forces like static electricity, the Earth's magnetic field, and lightning to combine electricity with water.
Reports by ancient historians indicate that workers at the pyramids could work all day taking no other nourishment than "water from the Nile." I believe that the Nile waters could have been energized. Once processed through the pyramidal chambers, the Nile waters could have become a new form of water I call Earthmilk. My research points to the possibility that Earthmilk gave off light and heat, and was an elixir for energizing the body. Earthmilk could be stored and stabilized in special vessels. Once the energy was used, it dissipated back into the environment with no ill effects. Water is the most versatile substance in nature. We know it as a gas, a liquid and a solid, but Earthmilk was a fourth form of water-energized water.
I will take you on a picture journey through the Cheops pyramid and other pyramids in Egypt. I will show you why they were not tombs, over and above the fact that they were never found to contain mummies, treasure, or even decorations on the walls, which are characteristic of all royal Egyptian tombs.
I can show how the Egyptian pyramids were originally built along the banks of the Nile even though the Nile is far away today. In the 1950s a dam was built in Aswan, Egypt, and it redirected the River's flow, but maps of the area show where it used to be, and in every case the pyramids were right alongside.
I will show you the direct underground connections from the pyramids to the Nile. In fact, all the Egyptian pyramid complexes are riddled with wells, shafts and huge cut holes that interconnect underground. In 1978 I led a study group to Cairo with two professional photographers, a mineralogist and several aides. We took over 3,000 photographs and examined about 100 mineral samples. I returned in 2006 for more photos and verification of previous information. There is an underground chamber the size of an auditorium a hundred feet below the pyramids on the Giza plateau, and a 7-foot-wide rectangular channel hundreds of feet long which once received water from the Nile to fill the chamber. We can also prove that water coursed through the pyramids. In my studies of the Cheops pyramid, I can show how it could have been used to electrify water as well. In modern-day terms I would call it a type of gigantic, closed-cycle chemical laser.