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The Great Pyramid Mystery Has Finally Been Answered! READ HERE!



The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex bordering what is now El Giza, Egypt (only 15 miles from Cairo). It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact.

According to Wikipedia, based on a mark in an interior chamber naming the work gang and a reference to fourth dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu, Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 BC. Initially, at 146.5 meters (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for more than 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid’s construction techniques. Most accepted construction hypotheses are based on the idea that it was built by moving huge stones from a quarry and dragging and lifting them into place.

It was built with 2.3 million stone blocks so accurately placed together that a single human hair was unable to pass through their gaps. All four sides of the base have a shared average error of only 58 millimeters in length. They also align closely with the four cardinal compass points based on true north. The pyramid also aligns with the Orion belt and the points to Alpha Dragonis, the pole star. The pyramid was originally covered with an outer layer of polished limestone, which made it shine like a diamond in the daytime. This layer was unfortunately dismantled due to an earthquake in the 13th Century. Lastly and most fascinatingly, the pyramid is located exactly at the center of the land mass of our planet. These are the places that the parallels and meridians of Earth meet and the Great Pyramid are built on one of the two.

Historians and archaeologists have puzzled for centuries over how exactly the pyramids of Giza were built. How could such a precise and well-thought-out structure come from the minds of an ancient civilization from 4600 years ago? Surely, there must be another factor involved in the creation of the majestic Pyramid of Giza, which has amazingly lasted out of all the Ancient Wonders of the World and stands, tall and proud, till this day.

 Here are several theories that have gone around regarding its construction.

Possibly one of the most popular theories, fans of aliens and UFOs argue that the pyramids could not have possibly been built with such speed and skill by human hands. Reason number one, two diagonal lines extend from the pyramids on either side of the Nile River delta. The Ancient Egyptians could have known this at their time. Reason number two, the Great Pyramid lines up perfectly with the magnetic North Pole. The Egyptians did not have compasses at that time and thus could not have known where the North Pole was located. Reason number three, the pyramids line up with celestial objects. The Ancient Egyptians could not have the advanced mathematical skills to achieve this. Reason number four, the sun sets exactly in the middle of the Great Pyramid and its neighboring pyramid. The Egyptians were not aware of the length of a year or the time of the summer solstice. An additional argument is the fact that the sun circles the head of the Sphinx on the winter solstice. Alien conspiracy websites like claim that aliens descended from their UFOs and were advanced and intelligent enough to build the pyramids and provide photographs of what are supposedly UFOs seen near the pyramids.

This was the term used by travelers to Egypt in the Middle Ages to describe the pyramids of Egypt. Granaries are storerooms for grain and non-Egyptians believed that the pyramids served as giant granaries for the people of Egypt. Since the ancient times, grain was commonly stored in bulk in elevated rooms. The term was derived from a passage in Genesis 41 which says, “he gathered up all the food of the seven years when there was plenty in the land of Egypt, and stored up food in the cities … And Joseph stored up grain in great abundance, like the sand of the sea, until he ceased to measure it, for it could not be measured”.

The Quran similarly states, “”(Joseph) said: ‘Give me charge of the granaries of the land. I shall husband them wisely’”. This notion was dismissed during the Renaissance period when traveling to Egypt became more frequent. It was quickly realized that the pyramids were not hollow structures and thus could not serve as granaries.

Another theory considers Noah, the prophet who built The Ark, as the mastermind behind the pyramids. A British publisher, John Taylor, theorized in 1859 that Noah built the Great Pyramid himself. Taylor made several calculations and came up with the term the “pyramid inch”. One pyramid inch is 1/1000 greater than a modern British inch and 1/25 of a “sacred cubit”, another ancient measurement term coined by Isaac Newton. Taylor also discovered that adding up all four sides of the Great Pyramid in pyramid inches makes 36524, which is coincidentally the number of the days in a year multiplied by 100.

Charles Piazzi Smyth, a Scottish astronomer, continued Taylor’s studies and published a 664-page book in 1864. He also emphasized the coincidences between the measurements of the pyramids and the solar system. Smyth claimed that that the Pyramid itself could be read as a history book, detailing both the past and future of the Earth. The Grand Gallery of the Pyramid, which slopes downwards, marks the beginning of the world. 33 pyramid inches later, we reach the Crucifixion of Jesus. The gallery ends somewhere between 1881 and 1911 inches. Smyth believed that this signified the Great Tribulation before the Second Coming of Christ.

A paper was presented in 1884 in a conference in Philadelphia which claimed that the pyramids were once natural hills. They served as quarries from which rock to be used in construction was excavated. Eventually, the constant excavation caused the hills to wear down and the Ancient Egyptians decided to make them the pyramids instead. This theory also serves to dismiss the theory that giant stones were carried from far away to the site of the pyramids.

The last theory does not hold back on creativity either – the pyramids were made with acoustic levitation. This is not your classic form of levitation but rather “a vibrating and condensed sound field (that can) can nullify the power of gravitation”, according to Swedish engineer Olaf Alexanderson. In 1939, Dr. Jarl, a Swedish doctor, traveled to Tibet where he witnessed a priest using sonic levitation to lift huge rocks up a cliff 250 meters high. They thus connected this with the pyramids of Egypt, stating that this must have been the way the slaves moved the giant rocks used in its construction across great distances.

Ancient manuscripts also mention the use of sound to help lift rocks and stones. A high-tech example can be that of the acoustic levitation machine invented in Japan recently. The key, the theorists say, is to find a scale that elicits a subtle vibratory response from the stone one wishes to levitate. That sound is sustained for a long period of time which causes the stone to levitate. Ancient texts further state that the power of the levitation was dependent on the number of singers and musical instruments.

The truth has finally been uncovered, officially debunking all these interesting theories. So how did the Ancient Egyptians move 2.5-ton blocks of limestone and granite across 500 miles to build the Tomb of Khufu? The Pharaoh ensured that only the best architects and engineers were in charge of the supervision. The slaves also enjoyed a good quality of life. This tells us that the entire process was very organized and continued without much hassle. The answer to the question lies in the oldest papyrus in the world – some 4600 years old.

Pierre Tallot discovered rolls of papyri in a remote cave in 2013. They are actually journals written by men who participated in the construction of the Great Pyramid. One of them stands out from the rest – the scroll of an official named Merer. Merer describes his job, which involves him leading a group of 200 men from one end of the country to the other, delivering and picking up different goods. One half-day account states him stopping in Tura, a town somewhere along the Nile which was famous for its quarry of limestone, filling his boat with stone and then continuing up the Nile to Giza.

Merer then goes on to report to Khufu’s half-brother, who was overseeing the construction. As Tura limestone was used as the outer layer of the pyramid, this tells us that the report was at the time of the final stages of construction.

This revelation is startling for historians. It seems that slaves dug out artificial canals prior to the construction to divert water from the Nile to Giza. Then they were able to bring their wooden boats right up to the site of the construction, unload, then set off again.

The journey from Tura to Giza is estimated to have been 3 days. So where did all that water go? Archaeologists have discovered evidence of the canals underneath the pyramids. Apparently, there was a central canal flowing through the Giza plateau. Seven boat pits have also been discovered around the Great Pyramid. And as the last and final conclusion to the case, traces of wooden ceremonial boats have also been discovered in the area.

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Mariel Padilla, windang na windang sa halagang binayaran para sa laruan ng mga anak




For the first time after the reopening of the establishments especially for children, Mariel Padilla decided to take her kids, Maria Isabela and Maria Gabriela, to a toy store. As a precaution, her children wore face masks, face shields and gloves.

They also went to the toy store before the mall opened so they had no one else at the same time.

In the said video titled Can’t Say No To The Kids… MAGKANO KAYA ANG INABOT?? She let Gabriella and Isabella choose any toy they want. According to Mariel, she is very happy for her children who also can’t hide their joy when they go to the mall again.

This is said to be Gabriella’s first experience due to the pandemic.

He paid a staggering P44,000 for toys that his two children took. After they shopped for her children, Mariel also shopped for toys she donated to her chosen foundation.

Meanwhile, here are the comments of the netizens:

“ang saya ng mga kids momshie mariel! sana ma experience din to ng mga anak ko kaso walang budget! God bless miss Mariel… nakaka good vibes! Advance Merry Christmas”

“i really love mariel, she is so candid, kind at super natural yung pgka nanay nya. i can relate the way they take precautions na para sa iba oa na pero thats how it is .. ang saya panoorin. God bless you and your family”

“God bless Mommy Mariel and family. Sana someday, mabigay ko din lahat ng gusto ng baby ko. Stay safe po. Super enjoy ako ng manood ng mga vlog nyo, relaxing after a tiring day momma duties ❤️”

“Ang bait ni mariel nag share pa sa ibang kids ng toys ❤?”

“I like how u prepare for ur vlogs.. May sense, may effort, may saya, may comedy at mkikita mo ung joy and love s gnagawa mo.. I enjoy watching your vlogs ms. Mariel… Each time u post a video.. Its really worth seeing…?

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Awra Briguela, hinangaan ng netizens matapos niyang ipakita ang ipunundar niyang bonggang bonggang bahay!




Itinampok ni Karen Davila sa kanyang pinakabagong vlog ang bagong gawang bahay ng sikat na child star at online personality na si Awra Briguela.

Si McNeal “Awra” Briguela ang batang nag-viral dahil sa kakaibang facial expression na siya lang ang nakakagawa. Matapos maging viral, ilang mga palabas na ang nag request na mag guest siya, at mula doon, sumikat siya at naging isang sikat na child star.

Bilang isang child star, nagawa niyang lumabas sa iba’t ibang palabas at pelikula, at kabilang sa mga maimpluwensyang personalidad na pinakamalapit niya sa industriya ng show business ay ang Kapamilya superstar na si Vice Ganda.

And in terms of investing his hard-earned money, mukhang malaki ang impluwensya ni Vice sa kanya. Noong nagsimula siyang kumita, ang ginawa nila ay nag-ipon at nag-invest. At ngayon, isa na sa kanyang checklist ay ang kanyang dream house para sa kanyang pamilya.

Ibinahagi niya sa vlog ni Karen Davila na bagong lipat lang sila sa kanilang bagong bahay at wala siyang ibang nararamdaman kundi ang kaligayahan dahil sa wakas ay mabubuhay na sila ng masaya at kumportable sa isang bahay na malaki ang espasyo.

“Before, ‘yung bahay namin, mabilis lang kaming magkita-kitang family. Parang pagkalabas mo ng kwarto, nandiyan na agad ‘yung hinahanap mo. Dito, kailangan mo pang sumigaw-sigaw ng ‘Mommy!’ kasi naghahanapan pa kami paikot-ikot sa house,” ani ng aktor.

Samantala, narito naman ang ilan sa mga komento ng kaniyang mga fans at random netizens na hindi mapigilang humanga sa kaniya.

“So proud of you awra!!! Grabe ang maturity”

“Such an inspiring episode! Awra and his Father are both amazing!!!”

“I’m so proud of Awra. Sobrang inspirational ang life story nila ng family nya.”

“Awra’s family is a representation of how beautiful a filipino family is.”

“im so proud of you Awra, napaka sipag mo at mapagmahal sa pamilya

“This is such a nice and feel good vlog. I’m happy for Aura, she’s able to pull h”er family out of poverty and has learned to invest and handle money.”

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Jake Cuenca, binisita ang Grab Rider na natamaan ng ligaw na bala matapos siyang magka engkwentro sa mga pulis




Jake Cuenca was finally able to pay a visit to the delivery driver who had been struck by a stray bullet during a car chase with the cops.

Cuenca, who was involved in a car collision with authorities last month, may be seen on his Instagram profile today, Nov. 6, clutching the hand of delivery rider Eleazar Matinito. They seem to have met at the home of the cyclist.

“Masaya ako na nagkaroon ako ng pagkakataon na madalaw si Eleazar Martinito, ang Grab driver na nasaktan sa isang insidenteng hindi ko malilimutan. Taos pusong pasasalamat sa mga pulis na tumulong sa iyo at naging tulay para makilala kita,” Cuenca said.

The actor expressed his gratitude for the delivery rider’s well health and the fact that he is with his family.

“Hangad ko ang iyong patuloy na kaligtasan at nawa’y makabalik agad sa iyong trabaho. Nandito lang ako para sa’yo, Ely!” he addressed Martinito.

Cuenca’s girlfriend, Kylie Verzosa, replied on the actor’s Instagram post, offering her support.

“Proud of you boo,” the actress-beauty queen said.

Cuenca is accused of colliding with a police patrol car in Mandaluyong City on October 9. He allegedly drove away from the scene, prompting police to pursue him. They shot at his vehicle’s tire in an attempt to disable it. Martinito was struck by a stray bullet during the automobile chase.

Last month, Paulo Avelino defended Cuenca, claiming that his co-star was not driving while inebriated at the time of the incident. The actor’s car did not contain any unlawful chemicals or materials, according to authorities.

Cuenca stated that he was not arrested in an exclusive interview with “TV Patrol” last month. He stated he drove away from the scene of the road accident because the police officers were dressed in civilian clothing and armed with guns. He also stated that he wanted to assist the delivery rider who had been injured during the automobile chase.

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