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How They Could have Built the Ancient Pyramids

Updated on March 3, 2013


Alien Minds

In my hub I spoke about how philosophers are now considering that Aliens may not have advanced technology. Instead they are considering that the Aliens developed their minds, to enable travel through space by thought alone.

For years we have been amazed and confused as to how our ancients could have built such impressive monuments like Stonehenge and the Pyramids. Does this new thinking provide the answer?

If we have been visited by Aliens and they had the power to move through space by thought alone, surely their powers of telekinesis could easily lift these giant stones into place, leaving only the stonemasonry, to our ancestors.

Some people have even speculated that the Pyramids pre date the Egyptians, that Aliens built and used them for their own purposes. Then the Egyptians used them as tombs afterwards.

If this were the case, could standing in one of the chambers within the Pyramid, somehow increase the power of their thoughts?

Ancient Wizards

Ancient Abilities

The other thing that stands out, apart from the stories of Aliens, in our knowledge of ancient man, is the mentioning of magic, wizardry and the like.

Is it possible that without the distraction of the technology that was to follow, some of our ancestors managed to focus their minds in a similar way that philosophers think Aliens might have? Perhaps Priests handing down the knowledge one to another.

If this were the case, perhaps Aliens did not visit us after all.

As time progressed and technology commenced, the priests used their powers less often and they weakened generation by generation.

The Future

These new philosophers, whether they are right or not, will certainly have given our scientists, archeologists and historians’ food for thought. They may even have opened a new “ology” to be studied.


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      breakfastpop 6 years ago

      Do you think we'll ever know for sure?

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      A C Witschorik 6 years ago

      Great Hub - For the past few months I have been watching "Ancient Alliens" showing on the History Channel. Certainly food for thought

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      Hayley LaGarce 6 years ago from Kansas City, MO

      If only we could have been there to see it happen. How incredible could that be to know that secret.

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      Rod Martin Jr 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Aliens is certainly one possibility. And thought ships? Interesting possibility, too.

      There are so many unknowns in our past and prehistory. It's good to remain open to all the possibilities, no matter how seemingly far-fetched. That's one thing I like about your Hubs, Rafken.

      There are many strange things about Egyptian monuments that traditionalists like Zahi Hawass cannot explain, because they are too... well, traditional.

      But even the word "pyramid" is provocative. The origin of the word is unknown. But it is curiously similar to the Greek for "fire in the middle." My father once imagined that pyramids, when they were first built, had a special capstone (benben) made of certain metals or alloys which allowed the shape and inner chambers of the pyramid to act as a power source, making the structure look as though it glowed from the inside.

      I don't know about that, but I wouldn't mind seeing a demonstration. :)

      Personally, I think Atlantis might be the source of much of the "magic," "wizardry," and other strange myths of post Ice Age prehistory.

      The ability to make "stone float" might be what built the pyramids, and also a "castle" in Atlantic coast United States. It might be the force which drove dragon ships across Eurasia after the subsidence of their homeland in the Atlantic.

      I read somewhere that Thoth, Egyptian god of knowledge and writing came from the West. There are images of a boat being held above the waves (evacuation?).

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      PETER LUMETTA 6 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

      Another good romp through the mysteries of the universe and the human mind. Bravo!