Mysteries, Secrets and Powers of the Pyramids

- Célia Jeandel

Mysteries, Secrets and Powers of the Pyramids

The different pyramids around the world

They are everywhere, they come in all sizes, and are sometimes visible or hidden, the pyramidal shapes surround us and give off something extremely mystical. They are found underground, and even underwater, and there are thousands of them all over the planet .

Indeed, we find the pyramid shape in all countries, on all continents, but also in all eras . Australia, Mexico, Italy, China, Antarctica, America, Peru, France, Egypt and many other places know the sometimes monumental buildings that are the pyramids.

How and why were these gigantic pyramids built? What are the powers and secrets of the pyramids? And how does this form exert an action in the physical world?

The mysteries surrounding the pyramid shape

The "pyramid" is a geometric shape called a polyhedron , with a polygonal base and several triangular faces that meet at a vertex. The upper tip is called the apex .

The word "pyramid" comes from the Greek word " puramis ", itself transmitted from Latin with " pyramis ", which directly designates this geometric shape. Others agree that the first origin comes from the Greek word " pyr ". which means “Fire". Indeed, this form is often associated with the energy of Fire since Plato. Furthermore, the regular tetrahedron, one of Plato's solids, is a pyramid with a triangular base .

A very well-known pyramid is the pyramid with a square base , that is to say with 4 side faces. It is this type of pyramid that we find built all over the world.

These different pyramidal shapes revealed in the four corners of the globe raise many questions. Indeed, it would seem that man has a particular link with the pyramidal form which he strives to reproduce and integrate into many of his activities, whatever his era. Even today, we find pyramid shapes in many concepts that are familiar to us today.


The pyramid shape of the hierarchy

The pyramid has a very particular relationship with Man , and some of its principles are directly built on this shape. This is particularly the case of hierarchy, a concept aimed at determining who has authority in a group of individuals in order to coordinate them. It is strange to see such similarities from the layout of the pyramid to some of our models that have existed for millennia . In addition, we notice that Man seems to have a particular attraction to reaching the top of the pyramid, regardless of the model used. This relationship is therefore even stronger with the top of the pyramid which seems to emanate the most positive energy and continually attract us, sometimes pushing us to surpass ourselves or to achieve unthinkable things. Symbolically, the pyramid represents connection, both immanent and transcendent, spiritual or religious.

Maslow's pyramid

Another example that clearly illustrates this relationship to the pyramid shape is Maslow's pyramid. Indeed, our needs are prioritized according to a well-defined pyramid structure. And we continually seek in this case also to climb the levels of this pyramid of needs as soon as a new level is acquired. Until finally achieving self-fulfillment. Many people spend their entire lives chasing this quest for self-fulfillment without ever achieving it. Once again, it is from the summit that the greatest attraction emanates, the one that pushes us to move towards its direction and try to reach it.

The benefits of pyramids

The pyramid shape is especially recognized for its many benefits as a wave shape . It is very useful and powerful in Sacred Geometry .

The pyramid, regardless of its size, would release positive energy that would flood the room.

Mysteries, Secrets and Powers of the Pyramids

The power of the pyramid shape is used in energy healing objects ( learn more )

As for the interior of the pyramid, preservation energies would make it possible to better preserve food and to magnetize (energize) the water to improve its virtues.

Small pyramids are also used to be installed below your location. For example, it can soothe you when you are in bed, or even soothe your child. All you need to do is place the pyramid under a bed, an armchair or any other place to release positive energy on this object. It should be noted once again that it is the summit which must be directed towards us so that we can benefit to the maximum from its benefits.

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The questions that hover around the pyramids.

The pyramids as imposing structures are true gems of our past civilizations. Their constructions require technical prowess that is still difficult for us to explain today . So much so that we are not sure we have the know-how necessary to reproduce such a building. The pyramids therefore raise many questions, but also many theories about them.

Why do we know so little?

An intriguing point is that the majority of sites with pyramids or pyramid shapes are sites where archeology is prohibited . Beyond the site of Giza which is the best known, there are pyramid sites all over the world which are little known and sometimes deliberately hidden.

The uses of these architectural structures can be varied, but are all oriented towards a positive energy which would emanate from this geometry.

Theories of the pyramid shape

There are many different alternative theories that are gradually converging towards a new awareness on the subject.

These forms center on important evidence of a possible extinct planetary culture . Furthermore, these colossal buildings are not simple tombs, as many think, and could indeed be, for some of them, energy devices which would serve to capture and diffuse positive energy throughout civilizations.

Why do some people persist in hiding them?

In China, many pyramids are unknown to the public, but also to archaeologists. In fact, the Chinese authorities voluntarily concealed them from the population. Furthermore, no excavation authorization is issued to Chinese or foreign archaeologists. The rare photos available of its sumptuous buildings, however, show real wonders and raise many questions. To carry out its cover-up as best as possible, the Chinese government went so far as to hide the pyramids under fast-growing conifers, so that their atypical shapes could not be recognized from the earth or the sky.

Fortunately, the Google Earth images don't lie and managed to identify these buildings.


We note in particular that all the pyramids are located in the plains of Qin Chuan. Except for the great White Pyramid, a pyramid made of stone and located in the Qin Lin Valley. According to estimates, it should measure nearly 300m high . But why try to hide such treasures which could develop an intense and lucrative tourist activity for the Country? Why take the risk of damaging these wonders by planting trees on them? One of the many questions that arose when the information was made public and which remains unanswered today.

Pyramids around the world.

Although we immediately think of Egypt, the pyramids are found in all four corners of the globe and in some cases present similarities in the way they were built. Similarities that are difficult to explain when we know that certain civilizations have not even crossed paths over time! Together we take stock here of different pyramids that have been discovered around the world, the list is not exhaustive, and there are many others!

The Greek pyramids

It's a little known fact, but there are 16 different pyramids in Greece . They are distributed throughout the territory and do not seem to have been arranged in a very precise way. The oldest known pyramid in Greece is the Pyramid of Hellinikon.

Youtube MegalithomaniaUK: Pyramids of Ancient Greece | The Mysterious Hellinikon Pyramid, with Polygonal Construction 2720 BC

These pyramids arouse little interest and are not yet studied apart from the pyramids of Hellinikon and Ligourión which have simply been dated. This lack of interest can be explained by the much smaller dimensions of these Greek pyramids , as well as their very poor condition which leaves few clues about their history compared to the pyramids of Egypt for example.

The Chania pyramid

This very particular pyramid is a monolithic cone that was dug directly into the rock. This pyramid is unknown to the public and has never been studied in any way, and to date we have no indication of its age, or why it was built.

This intriguing pyramid is located in the southern part of the Chania region on the island of Crete. Another interesting point, the pyramid was sculpted at an altitude of 290 m on an immense rock massif. Its dimensions are estimated at approximately 8.5 meters in height and 29 meters in circumference at the base. The cone is hollow and has an entrance, a surprising architecture .

Pyramids in the Amazon?

It is also deep in the Amazon jungle that we notice strange points that attract attention. It is currently impossible to say whether these formations are natural or not, because few archaeologists wish to venture into this still completely wild forest. This mystery is therefore not yet close to being solved, unless a team decides to invest its energy, but also its money, full time in the project.

Youtube Nat Géo France: Discovery of a pyramid in the Mayan forest

The legend of the pyramids of Gympie in Australia

It is following very old legends told by local aborigines that research on the pyramids was carried out in Australia. Still according to legend, these pyramids collapsed, and the settlers used these stones to create roads and new foundations. Only one pyramid is believed to still be standing, but on private property. The excavations are therefore focusing on potential remains still buried which would testify to the accuracy of this legend.

The pyramids of Peru

It is when we look above the banks of the Rio Supe that we see six pyramids which testify to a culture predating the Incas . These structures span almost 65,000m² and are full of treasures and secrets that have not yet been discovered. The most imposing pyramid has a height of 18 meters on a base of 150 meters by 160. The pyramid has a huge room capable of accommodating more than a hundred people. According to the latest research, the pyramids of Caral testify that a structured and complex civilization emerged in Latin America, at the same time as around the Mediterranean. Carbon-14 analyzes date its construction between 2600 and 2000 BC. AD

Youtube Universal Knowledge: Peru, The Lost City of Caral

A huge pyramid in Indonesia

A new pyramid was recently discovered in Indonesia. According to estimates, it would be even larger than the very famous pyramid of Khufu . Although known as the Garut Pyramid, Mount Sadahurip located in West Java has only recently become of interest to archaeologists. It is on the site of Gunung Padang that we find this colossal pyramid, and archaeologists are trying to determine whether this pyramidal shape was indeed created artificially . Although currently the results are in this direction, nothing has yet been done, and the mystery still remains.

Research has nevertheless gone as far as the use of geoelectric instruments to measure the resistance of different geological layers. The results indicate that the structure cannot be natural as it is. This result was confirmed by a 3D survey of the local topography which indicates the potential presence of a structure.

Scientists have also analyzed the soil which reveals that the surface of the Earth dates from 6,000 years BCE while the deeper soil which constitutes the base of the pyramid is dated to 7,500 years BCE. Following the first excavations, archaeologists even found writing on certain stones, proof which supports the theory. According to estimates, the height of this structure is estimated at at least 200 m and dates back to 10,000 years BCE. An uncanny similarity to the estimated age of the site of Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, which is the oldest evidence of civilization we know of.


The pyramids in Egypt?

Egypt currently has 128 pyramids . However, it is estimated that there are a much higher number. Theories even explain that only 1% of the wonders of ancient Egypt have been discovered. Figures which should quickly change thanks to new location technologies allowing us to know what is underneath before digging. Indeed, some archaeologists use satellites to probe under the sands, in this way we can find cities, temples, but also pyramids much more easily. These brand new technologies should allow archaeologists to advance much faster in around ten years than in two centuries of classical archeology .

Doctors experimented with pyramids.

A Canadian hospital tried using a pyramid in its burn unit. The results showed that after being under the pyramid for a few minutes , patients' pain began to decrease.

They also found that the burned areas healed much faster.

Evidence from ancient Egyptian tombs:

Egyptologists have found well-preserved grains in tombs thousands of years old . In contrast, grain stored in modern silos typically deteriorates after just a few seasons of storage. Grain stored in modern silos generally does not last more than four years...

The preservation of organic materials in the pyramids has received much attention in popular books. In the 1930s, a Frenchman named Antoine Bovis observed that a dead cat in the Great Pyramid did not decompose . The animal is said to have wandered into the king's bedroom and died before finding a way out. The cat's body has dried up, although the air in the King's Chamber is still humid.

The animal apparently wandered into the king's chamber and perished before finding an exit. The cat's body has dried up, although the air in the king's chamber is still humid.

Bovis' observation gave rise to the idea of ​​" pyramid power ", which preserves organic matter. Proponents of the power of the pyramids include a French radiologist named Jean Martial, an electronics engineer from Prague named Karl Drbal, author and biologist Lyall Watson, and physicist Patrick Flanagan.

Small models made of paper, wood, or other materials have been tested for desiccating organic matter and sharpening razor blades . Several tests demonstrated that the pyramid was capable of preserving organic matter .

In Saqqara, Egypt, Egyptologists dug the tomb of a woman of lesser nobility. In accordance with funeral customs , an elaborate meal was served on pottery platters. The meal consisted of porridge, quail, kidneys, pigeon, fish, beef ribs, triangular breads, cakes and fruit. Their state of preservation was so excellent that Egyptologists easily recognized all the foods in the entire meal, despite it being almost 5,000 years old.

The example suggests that form is key to the phenomenon popularly known as "pyramid power."

To conclude, certain experiments using models of correctly oriented pyramids , built with various materials and oriented on the north-south axis of the Earth, have made it possible to preserve organic matter. Some experiments carried out in the mid-1980s included a number of small model pyramids and closed containers of other shapes.

How does a pyramid work?

Negative ions help reproduce and repair body cells . They are transmitted through the body through the air and circulated through the blood. An excess of positive ions (a result of air pollution) can cause depression and ultimately disease. Thus, negative ions have a beneficial effect on the body.

The pyramids generate negative ions . Additionally, they are believed to have a general balancing effect on the body's electromagnetic field. This effect is greatly enhanced if the materials used are gold or copper.

* The use of charging crystals is very common with pyramids . Quartz crystals are most effective for this, as they maintain the charge for several weeks. These crystals can then be used for healing purposes as they release their charge into the environment.

* Large pyramids (the ones where you sit) are often used for meditation, massage, acupuncture and Reiki.

*Many people have also found that after sleeping inside a pyramid, they need less sleep and feel more relaxed and at peace when they wake up.

* Many people put their drinking water or food into pyramids to charge them with the pyramid's negative ions.

It is recommended to put a glass inside a pyramid for about half an hour, and for large quantities leave it overnight.

* The pyramid activates the energies of the pineal and pituitary glands. Users experience balance, relaxation, tranquility, well-being, and in some cases, reduction of headaches.

Youtube Planete RAW: The Energy of the Pyramids - Make and Test your Own Pyramid!



Most people who think of the pyramids jump straight to ancient Egypt. If it's not false, it's not necessarily true either. In fact, there are ancient pyramids all over the world, originating from different cultures and civilizations and representing many different architectural styles and approaches.

From the famous attractions of Egypt to the Mesoamerican pyramids , Chinese tombs, adobe structures of South America, Mesopotamian ziggurats, North American mounds and even Roman ceremonial follies, these colossal structures spring up across the world over the centuries in cultures that often have no connection with each other.

There are plenty of fascinating pyramids to visit around the world and among the best are Giza, Teotihuacan and Angkor Wat. Other popular sites include Saqqara, Chichen Itza and the pretty Pyramid of Cestius.

We have put together a specialist guide to the pyramids of the world , with the best places to visit as well as a complete list that should not be overlooked if you have the time.

Besides the most famous and largest pyramids , there are many similar places to visit including Monte Alban, Tchogha Zanbil and Brihadisvara Temple to name a few. If certain examples are considered by everyone to be pyramids in the classic sense of the term, others are the subject of debate. It has even been claimed that the greatest pyramids of all are in Bosnia, although much debate still rages on this particular point...

We are constantly expanding this list and you can view the current selection below (and add to it using the comments below)



Probably the most famous pyramids in the world, Giza is home to the Great Pyramid of ancient Egypt , the famous Sphinx and two other amazing pyramids. The largest pyramid in Giza, and in the world, belongs to the second king of the fourth dynasty, Khufu or "Khufu". The Cheops Pyramid is the oldest in Giza and, at 145 meters high, it is known as the "Great Pyramid". In fact, the Khufu Pyramid was once the tallest structure in the world and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Giza is also home to the Great Sphinx. It is estimated to date from 2528-2520 BC. Some Egyptologists believe this majestic half-lion man is modeled on Khafra.

The Great Pyramid of Giza

Note: the four corners of the Great Pyramid of Giza are perfectly straight and aligned with the four cardinal points . The site's three pyramids are aligned exactly with each other and in near-perfect proportions. Accomplishing such a feat at that time seems impossible to us today, our technologies barely allowing us to make these impressive observations. There are many theories about the function of the Giza site, without however reaching a consensus.

Also note how the position of Giza fits into a planetary axis of spiritual and religious buildings around the world, with extreme precision:

There are enough to ask yourself 1000 questions. Youtube Christophe Flamingo: Remarkable alignments

The Cheops pyramid (Great Pyramid of Giza) has dimensions that highlight the use of the golden ratio by its architect. The geometric proportions of the Great Pyramid of Giza present certain equally remarkable qualities, particularly the two values ​​PI and PHI (the golden ratio). It forms an angle of approximately 51° between the base and the side faces.

According to many dowsers, geobiologists, kinesiologists and radionics experts, these proportions and geometry make it the pyramid with the most powerful wave shape known to date. It is also this shape, these ratios and these proportions that we systematically use in our geometric pyramid creations ( learn more ).


The Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan measures 225 m by 222 m at its base and 75 m high, it is one of the largest and most impressive pyramids on the planet. Teotihuacan was a Mesoamerican holy city built around 400 BC in what is now Mexico and is one of the oldest archaeological sites in the country. Characterized by the appearance of step pyramids , one of the most impressive aspects of Teotihuacan is the sheer size of these monuments. Incredibly well preserved, despite a fire that ravaged Teotihuacan in the 7th century, Teotihuacan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors to Teotihuacan can make their way through the city along its original streets, such as the Avenue of the Dead, which divided the city into neighborhoods, but be aware that the site is absolutely gigantic .

Youtube Zone Doc: Teotihuacán - The treasures of the city of heaven


The ancient Khmer Empire built some amazing structures and, nestled within the vast site of Angkor , are a number of step pyramids – including the late 9th century/early 10th century Phnom Bakheng Temple and the Baksei Chamkrong temple. Incredibly large and ornate, the sand-colored buildings of Angkor Wat rise to form five towers, representing the abode of Hindu deities. Friezes and sculptures can be found everywhere, representing both daily life since the time of its construction and religious events. While the Angkor complex is believed to have been founded around 980 AD by Yasovarman I, king of the Khmer dynasty, Angkor Wat itself is believed to date back to the 12th century. Today, Angkor is one of Cambodia's most popular tourist sites, there is an incredible amount to see and it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992.

Youtube: Angkor, the ghosts of the jungle


Saqqara was the cemetery of the Egyptian city of Memphis and was home to many pyramids and tombs. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saqqara contains eleven great pyramids stretching over six miles, including the very first pyramid, known as the Step Pyramid, and the funerary complex of Pharaoh Djoser. Saqqara is massive and, for those with limited time, the best places to see are in the north, including the Serapeum, the funerary complex of Djoser and, in between, the Mastaba of Akhti-Hotep and Ptah-Hotep , the son and grandson of Ptah-Hotep official.

Youtube PassionAncient Egypt: The Mysteries of Saqqara


Surprisingly well preserved and imposingly beautiful, Chichen Itza is one of Mexico's most impressive historic sites and includes the world -famous and looming Mesoamerican stepped pyramid known as El Castillo. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chichen Itza is located in the forests of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is in fact made up of two cities built by two peoples, the Mayans and the Toltecs. The site is made up of several surviving buildings, including a circular observatory called El Caracol, the Temple of the Warriors and El Castillo.

Youtube Anil B: Chichen Itza, 7 wonders of the world


The Pyramid of Cestius is a unique Roman pyramid , built between 18 and 12 BC as the tomb of the wealthy magistrate Caius Cestius. Constructed of white marble and brick, this ostentatious 35-meter-tall tomb was likely built in this style due to the popularity of all things Egyptian that swept Rome after Egypt's incorporation into the Empire . The interior of the tomb contained a number of frescoes depicting scenes from Roman mythology, while an inscription still visible on the exterior gives details of its construction and dedication. This pyramid-tomb was then embedded in the Aurelian walls, which allowed it to be preserved throughout the ages.

Youtube WorldSiteGuides: Pyramid of Cestius, Rome (in English)


A remarkable UNESCO-listed Mexican pre-Columbian site, Monte Alban contains a number of large and impressive pyramids, probably built by the Zapotecs. Monte Alban was inhabited for around 1,500 years by a succession of civilizations including the Olmec, Zapotec and Mixtec and at its peak had a population of around 25,000 people. The site is characterized by over 2,200 terraces as well as numerous pyramid structures , grand staircases, ornate palaces, elaborate tombs and even a ball court – the ball games played were as serious as possible and often ended by the death of the losers. Today, Monte Alban is a popular tourist destination and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has a small museum on site which displays some of the finds from the excavations.

Youtube Jesus Saiz Garcia: Monte Albán capital Zapoteca in Oaxaca México (in Spanish)


One of the few surviving Mesopotamian ziggurats and a crucial entry on any list of the world's pyramids, Tchogha Zanbil is part of the remains of the ancient city of Dur Untash, the sacred capital of the Elamite kingdom. The undeniable focal point of the Tchogha Zanbil ruins is one of the largest – if not the largest – ziggurats to have been built in Mesopotamia. Originally a temple dedicated to the deity Inshushinak, it grew into the ornate pyramid-like structure - the ziggurat - that stands today, although at 25 meters high it is only a shadow of its former self, which once stood 60 meters high.

Youtube morrow.architects: Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat (3D reconstruction of the Pyramid Temple)


The Brihadisvara Temple is one of several notable Hindu temples built by the rulers of the Chola Empire. It has a fairly spectacular central pyramid structure . Built from 1003 to 1010 during the reign of Rajaraja I, the temple was built in honor of the Hindu deity Shiva. It is an incredibly ornate and grandiose structure, mostly made of granite, with seemingly endless carvings and carvings that chronicle the life of this deity as well as other holy figures.

Youtube NDTV: Seven Wonders of India: The Chola temple of Thanjavur


Dahshur was once home to eleven ancient Egyptian pyramids, few of which have survived. However, for those who want to see the pyramids of Egypt in peace, Dahshur is the place to go. Unlike the more popular Giza and Saqqara, Dahshur has not become a tourist attraction, despite its ancient attractions including the Red Pyramid and the Bent Pyramid . Built by Pharaoh Sneferu, founder of the Fourth Dynasty and father of Khufu, the Red Pyramid is one of Dahshur's most famous residents and the second oldest pyramid ever built. In fact, it is believed that this is where Sneferu himself was buried.

Youtube MegalithomaniaUK: Exploring Inside the Bent Pyramid of Dahshur (in English)


The Nubian Pyramids , or Pyramids of Sudan, are a set of 220 pyramids in total that were built in Nubia, serving as tombs for the kings and queens of Napata and Meroe. the pyramids of Nubia are not an imitation of Egyptian monuments, in particular by the termination of their pyramidion.



Certainly less impressive than the neighboring city of Giza, the pyramids of Abusir belonged to the pharaohs of the Fifth Dynasty and, to their advantage, are much quieter to visit.

Youtube mysteria: Abousir & Abou Ghorab


Abydos is an important ancient Egyptian site that contains a multitude of tombs, temples and other archaeological remains, including the famous Temple of Seti I.

Youtube Planete RAW: Osirion of Abydos - From Megalithic Madness to the Destruction of Vestiges


The Pyramid of Acatitlan is an impressive Mesoamerican archaeological site located in the modern city of Santa Cecilia, on the outskirts of Mexico City.

Youtube Jahel Master: Pirámide de Santa Cecilia Acatitlán (in Spanish)


Dominated by several adobe pyramids made of sand and clay, Cahuachi is an ancient site of the Nazca civilization in Peru and marks perhaps some of the world's least known pyramids.

Youtube Alegria Tours Peru: The Pyramids of Cahuachi and Nazca Cemetery - Tours in Nazca


Calakmul is an incredible, isolated Mayan site located in Campeche, Mexico, which contains the remains of a vast, ancient, once-powerful city.

Youtube Centro de Estudios Cinematográficos INDIE: Calakmul Patrimonio Mixto de la Humanidad - Documental
(in Spanish)


An Aztec archaeological site near Toluca in Mexico, Calixtlahuaca is known for its vast pyramid-shaped temples.



Chacchoben, Mexico, is a Mayan archaeological site and includes impressive ancient pyramid temples.

With some of the best ancient pyramids from the Mayan period and a fascinating entry on any list of world pyramids, Cobá is an important and extensive Mayan site in the Quintana Roo region of Mexico.

Youtube EverythingPlayaDelCarmen .com: Discover Chacchoben Mayan Ruins in Mexico (in English)


The UNESCO-listed site of Copan in Honduras was an important Mayan city and contains a number of truly impressive step pyramids.

Youtube Unesco: Maya Site of Copan (in English)


Less known on the list of the world's pyramids, Dos Pilas was a large Mayan city. The largest surviving structure is an impressive pyramid which stands at 20m, while a number of other pyramids survive at the site.

Youtube Spinmayaeduardo: Exploración Maya 76, Dos Pilas, Guatemala, Eduardo González Arce


The vast main pyramid of Ek Balam is over 30m high, making it a remarkable example of Mayan engineering and one of the most impressive pyramids in the world.

Youtube Rotciv: Ek Balam, Mayan Ruins Yucatán México, (Bird's Eye View)


El Brujo is an early Chimu archaeological site in Peru. The most fascinating remains of the site are its three "huacas" or sacred pyramid temples.


An impressive collection of ancient pyramids can be seen at El Tajin in Mexico, particularly the Pyramid of the Niches, an incredibly impressive six-story pyramid believed to have once been crowned with a temple.


Although not a pyramid in the classical sense, some argue that precolonial American burial mounds such as Emerald Mound and Monks Mound should be classified as step pyramids and included in lists of pyramids of the world.


Built by Amenemhat III around 1840 BC, the pyramid of Hawara in Egypt has been largely eroded by time and is now only a shadow of its former glory.


The Terracotta Army is part of the mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China. At the heart of the mausoleum stands a 51 m high funerary pyramid, believed to contain the tomb of the emperor himself.

Youtube Documentary history: Forbidden archaeology: the Chinese pyramids - documentary in French


Off the small Japanese island of Yonagunid, a mysterious submerged structure was found. Is this impressive monument the result of natural processes, or was it built in time immemorial by a vanished civilization? This mystery is still not solved.

Youtube Unveiled: What Is The Yonaguni Monument? | Japan's Underwater Pyramid


Of religious and cosmic importance, the Piramide de Cuicuilco, 23 m and five levels, is considered one of the oldest archaeological sites in Mexico.


Polonnaruwa was once the capital of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and contains the impressive – if slightly hidden – ancient Sathmahal Prasada step pyramid.


A former Mayan settlement and now a small but important UNESCO site in Guatemala, Quirigua contains some small step pyramids.


Great discovery of the largest and oldest pyramids in the world, in the town of Visoko, just outside Sarajevo . These pyramids are unlikely to be natural, they really deserve our attention.

Youtube Bebooda: The Bosnian Pyramids


Really more of an obelisk than a pyramid, the Roman pyramid of Vienna is included in the list of pyramids of the world because of its name, which seems to have survived the ages.

Youtube bart69: The pyramid of Vienna


With its many intricately decorated stone buildings and the magnificence of its pyramid-shaped entrance hall, the Konark Sun Temple is a popular tourist attraction and has also been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Youtube Somjit Bhattacharyya : Documentary on Konark Sun Temple - UNESCO World Heritage


The Templo Mayor was a sacred temple built in the step pyramid style in the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, the ruins of which can be seen today in modern Mexico City.

Youtube mylunpuppy: Templo Mayor - The Aztec Temple Of Mexico City (HD)


The Tenayuca site is nestled in the heart of the modern municipality of Tlalnepantla de Baz in Greater Mexico and consists of a large Mesoamerican pyramid structure.

Youtube CNCPC Consevacion Mexico: Tenayuca en busca del pasado perdido
(in Spanish)


Tenochtitlan was the capital of the Aztecs and was famous for its enormous pyramids. Unfortunately, it was largely destroyed by the Spanish in the 16th century and few traces of it remain.

Youtube Amazing Places On Our Planet: The Pyramids at Teotihuacán, Mexico


The Moche Temples are two ancient adobe pyramid temples in Peru, known as the Temples of the Sun and the Moon. It is one of several religious structures that are on the list of world pyramids.

Youtube Peru Travel Trends: The Moche Temples Trujillo Peru - Archaeological Vacations (in Spanish)


Tikal, Guatemala, was a major Mayan site and contains five magnificent pyramids, the largest being an astonishing 213 feet tall. Learn more

Youtube devinsupertramp: Tikal - Ancient Mayan City of Guatemala


Tiwanaku, Bolivia, was the capital of a pre-Inca civilization. One of its most famous structures is the Akapana, which was once believed to have been a pyramid but has since been significantly eroded.

Youtube Planete RAW: Tiwanaku delivers New Secrets


Uxmal was a Mayan city in Mexico that contains a series of magnificent ceremonial pyramids, the most famous of which is the Pyramid of the Soothsayer. Uxmal is considered unique among the world's pyramids due to its unusual elliptical base.

Youtube onpartravel: Uxmal, one of the most beautiful Mayan cities in Yucatan, Mexico!


Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist trail is the archaeological site of Yaxchilan, containing the ruins of this once powerful Mayan city.

Youtube onparttravel: Yaxchilan, an ancient city still inaccessible by road


Yaxha is an impressive ancient Mayan site in the Peten region of Guatemala that contains several incredible step pyramids.



Zawyet el Aryan contains the remains of two Egyptian pyramids, the Layered Pyramid and the Unfinished Pyramid. They are both thought to have been built around 2700-2600 BC.

Youtube cf-apps7865 : Zawyet El Aryan N. “Pyramid” ~ “Djedefre's” Twin Structure (in English)

Our pyramid database is always growing, but we may not cover them all. Do not hesitate to leave us your comments and suggestions in comments.

You should now have a better overview of the pyramids and their exciting history, there are many other pyramids that have not been mentioned. Indeed, it would take an entire book to fully discuss each of them.

But thanks to ever-evolving technological advances, we should learn more and more about them, and perhaps one day, unlock all their secrets.


Careful study reveals several unique and beneficial qualities that can be derived from pyramid meditation. Experienced meditators report profound results in their quest for expanded consciousness. Many people are under the impression that psychic powers are stimulated or enhanced by the use of the pyramids.

Psychics who use the pyramids in this way have achieved an altered state of consciousness more quickly than they otherwise would have, by placing the head on the point of focus through the chakra system, during meditation sessions, clearing psychic passages that may have been blocked.

The pyramid is a geometric amplifier that increases the power of prayer or strengthens the spiritual request of a religious follower.

Pyramid meditators suggest that the best results are achieved by sitting upright, with the upper chakras located about a third of the way up the base of the pyramid, directly below the top.

Using a pyramid in meditation can enhance the process by bringing feelings of calm, well-being and a more open, positive attitude. Many users claim they remember more, have visions of past incarnations, communicate telepathically, and expand their consciousness.

Verbal and written testimonies, among experienced and non-experienced pyramid meditators around the world, have reported that the pyramid shows the following reactions.

1. A feeling of weightlessness.

2. Electric-like tingling sensations.

3. Feelings of heat, usually in the upper parts of the body.

4. Tranquility, relaxation and absence of tension.

5. Brightly colored dreams and graphic visions.

6. External stimuli, sight and sounds, in particular, fade.

7. Time distortion, space awareness prevails.

8. Deeper, more satisfying meditations and higher energy levels

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  • pendant un sondage avec un sonar à 2000 m de profondeur il a été distingué des formes pyramidales en verre ou en cristal car aucun coquillage ou mollusque ne semble s’y être accroché la position de ces pyramides a été inscrite mais les autorisations pour descendre les étudier ont été refusée pourquoi ?? les moyens actuels nous permettraient une étude approfondie et peut-être des indications sur les constructeurs ?? n’a t’on pas été voir à 4000 m de profondeur l’épave du T ITANIQUE ??

    FRANCIS on
  • Vous pouvez ajouter les pyramides de Xunantunich au Bélize.

    Sylvain on
  • Merveilleux article, passionnant ! Je me suis régalée à vous lire.

    Boyer on
  • Bonjour,
    Article très très intéressant, aussi bien sur les bienfaits de la pyramide, que sur les différents sites dans le monde où l’on peut trouver ces édifices.
    Merci à vous

    Krys P. on
  • Très intéressant beaucoup de ressemblance avec les techniques de l’eléctroculture.

    legrand on
  • merci pour ce message

    danielle campanozzi on
  • Bonjour,

    merci pour tout ces détails, c’est très instructif, je viens d’apprendre beaucoup de choses grâce à vous

    Mickaël B on
  • Je m intéresse beaucoup aux pyramides j ai vraiment apprécié je ne connaissais pas la moitié de toutes ces pyramides merci beaucoup.

    Gobron on

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