Mikhail Balezin from the Russian Monash University in St. Petersburg and Andrey B. Evlyukhin from the German Laser Center from Hannover recently came out with a new discovery which stated that the Great Pyramid of Giza was used to create electromagnetic energy waves of some sort in ancient times.
They came across these electromagnetic waves while scanning the Great Pyramid of Giza since they knew for a fact that it was by far one of the strangest discoveries of ancient Egypt.
In case you didn’t know already, most pyramids at the time are tombs of rulers and rich people from ancient times but according to many experts, the great pyramids of Giza were never tombs, to begin with.
So, in order to find the true purpose behind these pyramids, the two had to open their minds and think outside the box.
They released their newfound theories in the “Journal of Applied Physics” which stated that the Great Pyramid of Giza was filled to the brim with electromagnetic radiation.
Although harmless to the human body, many believe that it was intentionally made this way in the first place. Why?
The two believe that it was similar to WLAN signals, stating that it could be used to power up the whole Egypt similar to huge batteries of some sort.
Did the ancient Egyptians have access to their own version of primitive Wi-Fi? Is this too far-fetched? You decide. Let us know what you think about this new discovery and all it entails.