* Surprising photographs of some pyramids show rays of light into space, a phenomenon that has been captured in pyramids from different parts of the world.
* Scholars of mysterious phenomena say that these A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ ceremonial structures are in a revival phase and their explanations have generated discussions that further fuel the mystery.
Pyramids from different parts of the world have characteristics that they share, be it the Kukulcan temple in Yucatan, Mexico, the pyramids of Xianyang, C̳h̳i̳n̳a̳, or the pyramids of Norte Chico in the Andes, (South America).
Religious ceremonies were performed in these A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ structures, built around the same time as the Giza pyramids. Currently they are archaeological remains that attract visitors from all over the world. Why?
Astronomical phenomena have always had some influence on our cosmogony. Well, for several decades the custom of going to “energize” the A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ ceremonial centers during this natural event (which takes place on March 20 or 21) was generated.
Could it be that these practices are carried out in different parts of the world?
It is said that the pyramids are monumental structures of transmitters of information. It has even been proposed that the Great Pyramid of Giza is a very advanced technology created to be a power plant that generated and transmitted electricity in A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ times.
In 2007 Dr. Harry Oldfield studied the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon and verified that its morphology was changing, while other studies detected a strong electromagnetic activity above the pyramid that ended between 2009 and 2010 with the emission of a powerful photon beam, which was visible to the naked eye but was not photographed.
The pyramids that have been photographed launching columns of light that seem to come out of their interior and that are directed towards space, surprising those who have recorded them, motivating various interpretations.
In recent years they would have an unusual activity whose manifestations have been inadvertently recorded, such as the images captured by Héctor Siliezar and his wife Glenda Hernández, in the Pyramid of Kukulkan, in Yucatan, Mexico.
The so-called rays of light, like the one captured emanating from the pyramid of Kukulkan on July 24, 2009, have been analyzed in the photographs that have captured them.
Guiseppe Garofalo and Guillermo Anaya, experts in digital images, have said that these photographs are authentic.
Jonathan Hill, a researcher at NASA\’s Marshall Space Center, has said for his part that the camera\’s sensor becomes saturated when lightning strikes. John Tibodeau posted images taken with the same type of cell phone showing the saturation of light produced by lightning.
However, when comparing the images of a lightning strike and the light emitted by the pyramids, the difference is remarkable.
Whitley Strieber, an aficionado of enigmatic phenomena, has said that the light photographed at the Chichen Itza pyramid “is a very interesting phenomenon.” But he says “nobody saw it when it happened,” and that while the cameras could have caused it, “There is no technical explanation for it.”
“The line would cross the entire image, it would not stop at the tip of the pyramid. But it does,” he comments in a recording that reproduces the video of Jaime Mausan, a U̳F̳O̳ investigator.
However, “It could be that this pyramid has functional remains of a technological c̳i̳v̳i̳l̳i̳z̳a̳t̳i̳o̳n̳ that was on Earth, very different from the one we have now,” he adds.
An article from the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) indicates that the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacán has high levels of static energy. According to this article, the pyramid generates between 0.5 and 1.5 teraelectronvolts.
This energy would be causing the light beam that was photographed coming out of the top of the Pyramid of the Moon in the same archaeological zone in Mexico.
“This is not an isolated case, but a multiple phenomenon observed in space from Asia to South America,” said astrophysicist Anton Ermolenko, as mentioned by Meridionews.
“The world scientific community should pay more attention to what is happening in the pyramids,” says Anton, who believes that these phenomena should be studied carefully “and try to understand why they occur today.”
The materials that specialists have received from witnesses of these phenomena in various parts of the world have not been manipulated and are considered to be totally authentic.
“We must not ignore these facts” that are happening in the pyramids, adds the scientist. “That they wake up after sleeping for a thousand years is, in itself, a unique phenomenon.”
What do these rays of light that come from the pyramids mean? Is it a coincidence or is its timing linked to some larger-scale global phenomenon?
We have no evidence to the contrary.
Regarding the photo taken by Héctor Siliezar on September 24, 2009 in the pyramid of Kukulkan, where the vertical ray appears, it has passed all possible tests on its authenticity. (It was never proven to be false.)
However, there is a lot of skepticism around this topic that many believe is a well-crafted joke. Some say there is no definitive proof. Although, it is also true that for skeptics it is always a joke or a montage and there will never be enough evidence.
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