Dr. Roger Davidson Steele is a brilliant archaeologist and is a professor on staff at the University of Birmingham in New York. He recently submitted some brilliant theories as to the origin and construction of the pyramids that are as profound as they are unique.
In order to appreciate his theories, it’s healthy to revisit some things about the pyramids that aren’t necessarily common knowledge.
While there are several pyramids scattered throughout the world, the most popular and, perhaps the most impressive, is the Great Pyramid located in Giza, Egypt. The Great Pyramid is actually one of three pyramids…
- Their position matches the belt of the constellation Orion.
- Each of the four corners of the pyramids are closely aligned with the four cardinal compass points, within four minutes of arc.
- The Great Pyramid consists of 2.3 million blocks – each block weighing as much as 2.3 metric tons
- The outside of the pyramid is covered with smooth, white limestone characterized by joints so well constructed that you can’t fit a razor blade between them
How these pyramids were built is still a mystery to contemporary archaeologists and engineers. To make the quandary even more intriguing are the theories that make for a very compelling case that they were used to harness the electrical properties of the earth’s geological core.
Their construction and their purpose may very well have been answered by a recent hypothesis submitted by Dr Steele who suggests that each of the pyramids are actually a result of an evolutionary process that began with a single stone.
His theory is that each of these three stones, over a period of millions of years, transformed and became capable of reproduction and precise construction ultimately resulting in the pyramids that we see today.
Evolutionists around the world are applauding Dr. Steele for what represents a monumental form of validation for Darwin’s theory of Evolution and the way in which it can be observed and now proven…