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The Truth Behind the Pyramids
The pyramids were constructed not for what we see, in other words the physical construction above ground, but for what we don't see. It is what is under the pyramids that is of the greatest value, it is what the pyramids hide that is most important.
Under each of the three main pyramids at Giza there is a shaft, the shafts bore straight down for a distance of about five hundred feet, none of the three are currently known to those active in academic research in the area. Each of these shafts can be compared to a lift, only without gears and pulleys. There is no box with a door that closes and no turning of gears and lowering or lifting. These shafts connect each of the constructions to an underground complex, a city. The city of my hosts.
Much has been made by our academics about the source of the stone and granite used, in truth I tell you that the majority of materials used actually came from outwith the locale, and by locale I refer to Egypt. Granite was brought from South America and other blocks brought in from Siberia. In fact the quality of the material was of the utmost importance and the resources of the entire planet were utilised.
I should mention at this point that I have seen this sonic control at work. There is no apparatus and it is achieved through use of the group focused mind (twenty eight people in the group, seemed to be a kind of magical number for some reason).
Transportation of the block was undertaken in a manner not unlike that which we have seen on the TV show Startrek, with blocks dematerialising and materialising at the will of the Architect. This operation also used the sonic control process
The shafts are designed to transport people to and from the city under Giza. The shafts again work through sonics and use a form of magnetic induction to raise and lower their loads.