Forbidden History – The Fourth Ancient BLACK Pyramid on The Giza Plateau

As we all are, Frederic Norden, a Danish navy captain and adventurer, was enthralled by the ancient Egyptian civilisation.

He journeyed to Egypt in 1700 and took extensive notes, observations, and drawings on everything he saw, monuments, people, maps, architecture, and all of this valuable material was published posthumously in a book called “Voyage D’Egypte et de Nubie.”

Even today, the entire world is enthralled by Egypt’s mysteries, about the ancient Egyptian culture and their architectural and scientific achievements. We are captivated by the pyramids’ perfection. When we talk about Egypt, we can’t forget about the Giza plateau’s pyramids.

Today, we know that there are three pyramids on the Giza plateau, but some ancient sources claim that there was a fourth pyramid that was distinct from the other three.

The fourth pyramid was constructed “from a stone blacker than typical granite and more difficult to work with.”

Frederic Norden explains the fourth pyramid in his book and depicts it on a map. He wrote on page 120 of the book:

“The main pyramids are located in Giza’s east and south-east…

There are four of them, and they attract the greatest attention from onlookers. The two pyramids further north are the largest, at 500 feet tall. The other two are much smaller, but they have some interesting characteristics.”

“It has no coating and is similar to the others. It does, however, have a unique feature: its peak is capped by a single massive stone that appears to have served as a pedestal. The peak is constructed of a yellowish stone. It is also positioned outside of the others’ lines, more to the west.”

Egyptologists, historians, and researchers reject the hypothesis of a fourth pyramid, claiming that Norden mistook the “satellite” pyramid of Menakure for a fourth one. However, Norden depicts the fourth pyramid as being formed of a darker stone, but the “satellite” pyramid is made of sandstone.

Norden’s writings and drawings are quite exact and of high quality, and he represents the fourth black pyramid as being set apart from the other three Giza pyramids. Norden also mentioned the other seven or eight lesser pyramids on the Giza plateau.


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