Discovery of a big void in Khufu’s Pyramid by observation of cosmic-ray muons

The Great Pyramid or Khufu’s Pyramid was built on the Giza Plateau (Egypt) during the IVth dynasty by the pharaoh Khufu (Cheops), who reigned from 2509 to 2483 BC1. Despite being one of the oldest and largest monuments on Earth, there is no consensus about how it was built. To better understand its internal structure, we imaged the pyramid using muons, which are by-products of cosmic rays that are only partially absorbed by stone. The resulting cosmic-ray muon radiography allows us to visualize the known and potentially unknown voids in the pyramid in a non-invasive way. Here we report the discovery of a large void (with a cross section similar to the Grand Gallery and a length of 30 m minimum) above the Grand Gallery, which constitutes the first major inner structure found in the Great Pyramid since the 19th century1.

This void, named ScanPyramids Big Void, was first observed with nuclear emulsion films7,8,9 installed in the Queen’s chamber (Nagoya University), then confirmed with scintillator hodoscopes10,11 set up in the same chamber (KEK) and reconfirmed with gas detectors12 outside of the pyramid (CEA). This large void has therefore been detected with a high confidence by three different muon detection technologies and three independent analyses. These results constitute a breakthrough for the understanding of Khufu’s Pyramid and its internal structure. While there is currently no information about the role of this void, these findings show how modern particle physics can shed new light on the world’s archaeological heritage.

Article in Nature · December 2017
DOI: 10.1038/nature24647

Electromagnetic Properties of Pyramids from Positions of Photonics

The choice of the operating wavelength of electromagnetic radiation is justified for a pyramid considered as an antenna. It is shown that due to the strong dispersion of the refractive index of the pyramid material, there will always be a part of the spectral range, in which the refractive index corresponds to the condition of electromagnetic wave localization (the photonic jet phenomenon). It is shown that the pyramid can simultaneously serve as a transmitting antenna both at the fundamental frequency and at multiple frequencies. Our consideration and approach are not limited only to the shape of the Cheops pyramid and can be generalized to all other shapes of known pyramids. It can be assumed that, despite the difference in the pyramid shapes throughout the world, such structures can play the role of antennas subject to the principle of mesoscale.
Keywords: pyramid, photonics, antenna.

V. Minin, O. V. Minin, and L. Yue

Russian Physics Journal, Vol. 62, No. 10, February, 2020 (Russian Original No. 10, October, 2019)

DOI 10.1007/s11182-020-01904-z

Experiments in Bosnia, the effect of pyramid on emotional stress and energy

In May 2018 Dr Sam Osmanagich has organized an International Bosnian Pyramid Conference in the town Visoko, where he has discovered ancient pyramids and tunnels. During last 10 years Dr Osmanagich invites researchers from all over the world to study the effects of these structures. In May 2018 we were able to make several measurements in different places with Bio-Well instrument with Sputnik sensor.

All data collected by Bio-Well measurements in 2017-2018 suggest that Pyramids and tunnels obtain special properties which influence the environment and create beneficial conditions for people. These results should be considered as preliminary and need an extra confirmation using other instrumental methods.

Professor K. G. Korotkov

The Affect of the Great Pyramid on the Human Aura and the Chakra System

Mystics have speculated that the Great Pyramid in Egypt was used to influence consciousness in ancient initiates. Scientific research on how the Great Pyramid influences human consciousness has been limited due to a scarcity of sensitive measurement instruments and difficulty in obtaining government permits to conduct studies on the Giza Plateau. This study assesses the affect of the Great Pyramid on the human energy field and the chakra system. Thirty-nine subjects from 8 countries participated in the study conducted in Cairo, Egypt. To what extent does going inside the Great Pyramid affect the human aura and is this affect maintained? To what extent does going inside the Great Pyramid affect the chakra system and is this affect maintained? To what extent does the Energetic Frequency compare between inside the Great Pyramid and outside the pyramid? The research was quantitative and used a pre-test-posttest experimental design. Data on the overall area of the subjects’ Energy Field, the alignment of chakras, and the Energetic Frequencies inside and outside the Great Pyramid were collected using a Gaseous Discharge Visualization Electro-photonic Imaging (GDV/EPI) device. Analysis of Variance, comparison of means, and correlations between variables were calculated using SPSS software. Strong significant correlations were found
between mean scores for Energy Fields and individual chakras suggesting that the Great Pyramid positively influences the human body. Future studies will be conducted with larger sample size to further understand patterns of entrainment among the chakra.
Keywords:Great Pyramid, human aura, chakras, consciousness, GDV/EPI, Korotkov, synesthesia, Egypt, initiation, energy field, energetic frequency

Carmen Boulter, PhD

Electromagnetic properties of the Great Pyramid: First multipole resonances and energy concentration

Resonant response of the Great Pyramid interacting with external electromagnetic waves of the radio frequency range (the wavelength range is 200–600 m) is theoretically investigated. With the help of numerical simulations and multipole decomposition, it is found that spectra of the extinction and scattering cross sections include resonant features associated with excitation of the Pyramid’s electromagnetic dipole and quadrupole moments. Electromagnetic field distributions inside the Pyramid at the resonant conditions are demonstrated and discussed for two cases, when the Pyramid is located in a homogeneous space or on a substrate. It is revealed that the Pyramid’s chambers can collect and concentrate electromagnetic energy for the both surrounding conditions. In the case of the Pyramid on the substrate, at the shorter wavelengths,
the electromagnetic energy accumulates in the chambers providing local spectral maxima for electric and magnetic fields. It is shown that basically the Pyramid scatters the electromagnetic waves and focuses them into the substrate region. The spectral dependence of the focusing effect is discussed.

Mikhail Balezin et al

Published by AIP Publishing.