Great Pyramid of Giza Focuses Electromagnetic Energy Through its Hidden Chambers

Researches from ITMO University have found that the Egyptian Pyramid can concentrate electric and magnetic energy in its chambers and below its base, creating pockets of higher energy within its walls.

The international research team, led by ITMO University in Saint Petersburg, Russia, looked into the relationship between the shape of the Great Pyramid of Giza and its ability to focus electromagnetic energy.

To do this, the team created a model of the pyramid to accurately measure it electromagnetic response.

The electromagnetic energy accumulates in the chambers […] It is shown that basically the Pyramid scatters the electromagnetic waves and focuses them in to the substrate region,” said the researchers.

Scientists used multipole analysis – a method widely-used in physics to study the interaction between a complex object and electromagnetic field – to reveal how the pyramid concentrates electromagnetic energy into in its underground chambers:

The distributions of electric (a)–(e) and magnetic (f)–(j) field magnitude in the Pyramid and its supporting substrate is shown above
Distributions of electric (top row) and magnetic (bottom row) field magnitudes in the free space are shown

Were the Ancient Egyptians aware of this feature, or was it merely a quirk of design?

Past civilisations were far more advanced than we are led to believe, and their historical experiences of the electric universe would prove valuable lessons for us if only the information wasn’t so suppressed.

This recent discovery goes beyond understanding the secrets of the Pyramids.

The way electromagnetic energy distributes in the structure could help create efficient nanoparticle designs in the future.

Polina Kapitainova, a member of the Faculty of Physics and Technology of ITMO University, said, “Choosing a material with suitable electromagnetic properties, we can obtain pyramidal nanoparticles with a promise for practical application in nanosensors and effective solar cells.”