Pyramid builders are still here
Historians attempt to tell us that the builders of the pyramids are long gone, but they are not aware that some of the biggest pyramids on Earth were actually built in the last 100 years of human civilization. Scientists often have trouble determining what purposes these massive buildings serve, but thorough documentation reveals the truth.
While we are all living our busy little lives, a through-line of humanity extends forward from the depths of our ancient past. Why did humans build ancient structures? Why do humans today continue in the footsteps of our ancestors? Why are humans seemingly obsessed with the pyramid shape?
When we examine pyramid size comparisons, we immediately become aware that the three largest pyramids on Earth are presently in North Korea, London and San Francisco. An interesting bit of trivia since most people would venture guesses having to do with the pyramids of Giza or Mexico, some of the most well-known pyramids on Earth. What do these modern pyramids have in common? They are all tied to the electric grid, they are all grounded into their respective city grid, they all function by the mantra of money and energy, and they all reside in places of great economic mystery.
Pyramids of different shapes and dimensions all have various design applications that generate discreet effects. Physics and engineering schools of thought already utilize the effects of such shapes, despite the total confusion enjoyed by modern day tenured Egyptologists. Pyramidal arrays, for example, are quite common and very popular in the physics and engineering communities.