Forgotten History – The 4th Strange BLACK Pyramid From The Giza Plateau

As we all are, Frederic Norden, a Danish navy commander and adventurer, was enthralled with ancient Egyptian civilisation.

He journeyed to Egypt in 1700 and recorded comprehensive notes, observations, and drawings on everything he saw, including monuments, people, maps, and architecture, all of which were later published posthumously in a book called “Voyage D’Egypte et de Nubie.”

Even today, the secrets of Egypt, the ancient Egyptian culture, and its architectural and scientific achievements intrigue the whole globe. The perfection of the pyramids fascinates us. When it comes to Egypt, the Giza Plateau’s pyramids are a must-see.

On the Giza plateau, we know there are three pyramids now, but some ancient sources claim there was a fourth pyramid that was different from the other three.

“A stone blacker than usual granite and harder to deal with” was used to construct the fourth pyramid.

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

“Giza’s primary pyramids are located in the east, south-east…

There are four of them, and these are the ones who get the most interest from the curious. The two pyramids further north are the biggest, standing nearly 500 feet tall. The other two are significantly smaller, yet they each have their own unique characteristics.”

“It is uncoated and looks like the others. It does, however, contain a unique feature: the peak is capped by a single massive stone that appears to have acted as a pedestal. A whitish stone makes up the peak. It is likewise west of the others, outside the line of the others.”

Egyptologists, historians, and researchers are skeptical of the existence of a fourth pyramid, claiming that Norden mistook Menakure’s “satellite” pyramid for a fourth one. However, Norden describes the fourth pyramid as being made of a blacker stone, whereas the “satellite” pyramid is made of sandstone.

Norden’s words and drawings are extremely accurate 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 presence of the Giza plateau’s other seven or eight lesser pyramids.


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