Recently, USA presidential candidate Ben Carson has received publicity about his theory that the Pyramids were built as special storehouses of grain – the intention being to store grain for very long periods of time. His theory is also inseparable form his belief in the truth of the bible. He looks at the world through bible-colored glasses. Hold a bible in front of your eyes – what do you see?
There is some problem with this theory. No grain has ever been found in the pyramid chambers. Even the chambers that were discovered by removing large pieces of rock. Also, people with the engineering know how to make the pyramids would find better ways to store grain – ones that didnt involve such a huge structure.
Yet its a chance to revisit the official theory that the pyramids are tombs. Human remains, treasure or murals have not been found in the pyramid chambers. These things have only been found in actual tombs, not the pyramids.
It doesnt take long to find information that makes the official story of the pyramids seem like a total lie. Even the asking of simple logical questions about pyramid features and discoveries, leads quickly to the conclusion that the official story hints at a coverup. Keep the investigation simple, focused on the available evidence and avoid speculation.
As to the actual purpose of the pyramids? Well, given the restriction of evidence and information about them, it can only be the subject of speculation. Yet, some speculation is easily discarded, upon asking some simple questions.
Another thing worth knowing about Ben Carson is that he says what the Israeli elite wants to hear.