The Mysterious Capstone Missing From The Great Pyramid of Giza
There are numerous mysteries surrounding Giza’s Great Pyramid. Experts, on the other hand, are baffled by one in particular. That is, why is there no stone at the summit of the Great Pyramid? Sir Siemens, a British inventor, is linked to this narrative. Siemens suffered an electric shock while trying to sip from a bottle of wine at the top of the pyramid. He charged himself with electricity as he clutched the bottle in his hands.
The auction stone was usually the final object to be set when a pyramid was being constructed. Is it possible that the Great Pyramid of Giza’s capstone was never present, as most experts claim? It was rumored to be made of gold and taken from the tops of the pyramids in ancient times.
What type of natural occurrence might result in the formation of a stone from such a substance? Is this connected to the “Pyramid Power Plant” theory? More experiments are being carried out by researchers in order to come to a reasonable conclusion on the nature of the pyramid. Was the pyramid only a mausoleum for the pharaohs, or did it have a deeper meaning? Check out the video below for additional information, and don’t forget to let us know what you think.