The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt is the largest pyramid man has ever constructed, defying all time limits. However, it also holds many geographical mysteries that archaeologists, scholars, and historians are still trying to figure out. Researchers are amazed at the ancients’ mathematical knowledge, and it has the most accurate alignment of any other structure on the planet. The Great Pyramid is aligned to within a 360th of a degree north.

The pyramids are the only one of the original seven wonders of the ancient world to have survived. The Great Pyramid of Giza is a marvel of architecture. Giza was constructed from 2.3 million tightly bound stone blocks weighing 5.9 million tons in total. Scientists are also baffled by how the ancient Egyptians were able to move and build such large structures.

Current science cannot understand how these pyramids could point north with such near-perfect accuracy, even more so than the Royal Observatory Greenwich in the United Kingdom.

The pyramid complex covers an area of 55,000 square meters. Giza is precisely in the middle of the earth’s globe, at the intersection of the world’s longest latitude and longitude.

It is on the East-West axis, running parallel to the Earth’s longest parallel stretch of land, traversing Africa, Asia, and the Americas.

Similarly, the pyramid is crossed by the Earth’s longest land meridian, which runs across Asia, Africa, Europe, and Antarctica. It is at the exact center of all the landmass on this planet Earth. Author and theologian Dr. Joseph Seiss determined this in 1877.

Based on mathematical calculations, the Great Pyramid of Giza has been considered the geographical core of the world throughout time. However, the topic has remained controversial ever since.


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