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Citing data provided by modern aerial photography, Volgin claims the Cheops pyramid’s faces are concave, about 1 meter deep. The faces of the pyramid used to be covered with polished limestone plates. Volgin says the temperatures ran up to 1,000 degrees in focus of the concave limestone plates. The heating of the air inside the cavities of the pyramid resulted in the discharge and inflow of subsoil water, which was aplenty in the western bank of the Nile. The western bank is regularly washed up by the flowing water of the river heading straight to the north as Earth spins from the west to the east. As a result, the so-called “subterranean Nile” comes into play. By the buy, there are numerous pyramids on the western bank of the Nile.
Due to the heat generated by the relentless sun on the surface of the pyramid, the pressure inside the pyramid exceeded that of the atmosphere, and thus made the subsoil water flow into the reservoirs. Besides, condensate was formed in the chambers of the pyramid. According to Volgin, the sarcophagus located in the king’s chamber, was a floating valve, used for opening and plugging the opening on the floor of the reservoir.