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Old 05-12-2011, 07:32 AM
MasterDruid MasterDruid is offline
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Default Was the Great Pyramid really a tomb?


[color="White"]Or could it have been a temple in which ancient knowledge was passed from one grand hierophant to another? Why were there no paintings or hieroglyphs to celebrate King Cheops life? Why was the coffin so blasť and crudely constructed when every other pharaoh’s was well adorned. It was the Greatest Pyramid after all.

Maybe it was a temple to initiate priests and philosophers into the ancient mystery schools? Here’s an interesting theory on the pyramid being a temple and not a tomb: http://www.ancientmonks.com/mystical...yramid-of-giza

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