Typical Pyramids Built in Egypt
All of the similarities between the various pyramids in Egypt amazed me. They were all built along the banks of the Nile, all 80 of them; all had underground connections to the Nile River, and all where made out of the same materials. They were all similar in design, with entrances in the same place. The descending passageways all were slanted down at approximately 26 degrees into the pyramid, and all were approximately 4 foot square. All had small interior chambers lined with granite with no mummies, art, or treasure. All have physical evidence that the Nile once flowed through them.

Aerial photo of two pyramids near Saqarra about 30 miles from the Cheops pyramid; note the blue area indicating how close the Nile was to the pyramids.

Photo of North pyramid, very similar to Cheops.

Photo of the Bent pyramid showing its similarity to all other pyramids, but slightly bent half-way up the pyramid on the outside.
Photo of the North pyramid. Note that the entrance (inside red circle) is typical of all pyramids.

Photo of a typical downward passage, 4-foot square and built at approximately a 26- degree angle. Without the handrails and walking planks installed for the convenience of tourists (see red arrows) you would slide to the bottom. What was the purpose of this passageway? Note the stains on the walls and ceilings.
Photo of a typical interior of the main chamber.

Photo of a typical interior with walking planks installed for tourists.
Photo of a corbelled ceiling; note the dark stains.

Photo of another corbelled ceiling; note the dark stains.

Photo of a third corbelled ceiling; again note the dark stains on the walls and ceilings.
Photo of a well-shaft that has been filled with trash.

Photo of a very deep well-shaft with a guard rail.

Photo of a typical long narrow passage.
Photo of a typical pyramid entrance.

Photo of a typical descending passageway.

Photo of the inside chamber of a pyramid. Note that there are no decorations, only bare walls.

Photo of a passageway with an interconnecting passage. Note that all handrails and floor planks have been added for tourists.
Photo of a typical main chamber.

Photo inside of a plain chamber of a pyramid.
Photo of a typical pyramid entrance. Note that the entrance is badly deteriorated. (See red circle).

Photo of a typical pyramid entrance.
Photo of a typical descending passage. Note that you cannot stand upright. Note dark stains on walls and ceilings.

Photo of a typical long narrow passageway. Note the dark stains on the ceiling.
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