Although many books have been written about the properties of pyramids, they have not yet become an indispensable part of our lives. One of the reasons for this is that people have still not realised what they are and why after all they were built. Many opinions and suggestions have been put forward, but no definite, convincing version of their true purpose has yet been heard.
Paradoxically, each new discovery that revealed the profound knowledge of mathematics and astronomy expressed in the construction of the pyramids, compounded by the mystery of the technology used to build them, made the solution even more difficult. All that has been discovered only served to perplex researchers — how, and most importantly, why were such complex edifices made?
Lost among the multitude of hypotheses is the main idea that provided a mighty stimulus for our ancestors, inspiring them to an unprecedented accomplishment — to erect pyramids that today could not be reproduced by a single country, by even the most advanced economy, unless the whole world collaborated. But for that we need a serious incentive. What was the ancients’ incentive? What was the stimulus capable of making people accomplish the impossible? Before we turn our attention to that knowledge, readers should be warned that reading this book will change them. Your consciousness will never be the same again.
This knowledge is of the sort that changes your whole outlook, your attitude to the world and to people, because it touches upon the very essence of the human being and his or her inner world. As a reward you will gain much practical use from the research in which you can participate by working your way through this book.