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Articles about pyramid

Technology
by sonnetreader
8 years ago
Make a Small Replica of the Great Pyramid to Study Power

Try the very edge of known science. Even Encyclopedia Britannica admits something unexplainable happens inside the pyramid shape.

History
by Dreamfreely
6 years ago
Pyramids: Not By Slaves But By Paid Workers

Did you know that pyramids were actually build by paid workers and not slaves?

Home & Garden
by ALQUDSEYES
8 years ago
Wonders of the World - Pyramids of Egypt

During the first years of Egyptian history, the bodies of the pharaohs were put into "pyramids, " massive stone structures built about the edge of the desert, near the high flood degree of the Nile. The pyramids had been both royal tombs as well as religious temples, where the spirit -- or "ka" -- from the dead pharaoh could end up being worshipped.

Technology
by Mohammad Irshad
7 years ago
Great Pyramid At Area-51

After about 10,000 years, the Pyramids are still topic of discussion, of how they were made , and who in that era could move the massive stones. But they definitely have some magic which we do not know but the USA government knows, because , after spending huge finances, efforts and time , USA has constructed a "Great Pyramid " at their very secret location of Area-51. It was suppose to be top secret , but Google Earth revealed it all.

History
by heanders
8 years ago
Teotihuacan: Birthplace of the Gods

This is an overview of Teotihuacan, an archaeological site in Mexico. It is dominated by two large pyramids, one the third largest in the world. Teotihuacan tours are popular with tourists visiting Mexico.

Health
by healthy1chef
7 years ago
How to Use The New Food Pyramid To Guide Healthy Eating Choices

The USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) provides the new food pyramid as a guide to assist all of us in making the best healthy eating choices. By understanding this guide, it will become easier to make healthier eating choices for shopping, snacking and meal planning...

History
by Mohammad Irshad
7 years ago
The Egyptian Pyramid

The Egyptian pyramids are iconic images of ancient Egyptian civilisation and mythology. The modern archaeologist is bewildered at the site, size ,style and purpose of these pyramids. Since many centuries , the reason to build these pyramids has been under discussion, and each theory opens a box of many new mysteries along with it. Each theory proves to be a startling ,mind opening investigation.

History
by PS
6 years ago
The Egyptian Sphinx And The Pyramids of Giza

One of the most striking images to depict Ancient Egypt and one of the 7 Wonders of the World, Giza's Plateau near Cairo with it's 3 Pyramids and great statue of The Sphinx is a true feat of human engineering especially considering the fact its construction took place some 4,500 years ago.

Travel & Places
by BardofEly
7 years ago
Tenerife pyramids pose a mystery that's still unresolved

Tenerife in the Canary Islands has a number of mysterious pyramids that some say were built by the Guanches who inhabited the island before the Spanish Conquest but academics do not accept this and say the constructions were made by farmers clearing their land of rocks. Most of the pyramids are in the town of Güímar and were thought to be authentic by the late Thor Heyerdahl.

Travel & Places
by W Fonseca
6 years ago
Tips For A Great Trip To Teotihuacan Mexico

Everyone who is in the Mexico City area should make some time to visit the impressive Aztec city of Teotihuacan. The ruins are some of the best in the new world and will be an unforgettable trip for you and your family.

Entertainment
by SparkTrader
9 years ago
Playmobil Egyptian Pyramid 4240

Sturdy and well built Great for group play Historically educational Good value for money Quite large Needs assembling Some very small parts so not suitable for very young children Playmobil have really excelled themselves with their Egyptian range of toys. The centrepiece is the awesome Playmobil Pyramid. It is a huge 21 inch square base and...

Lifestyle
by aupoet
8 years ago
Making Customized Christmas Ornaments from paper

Customized Christmas ornaments that are homemade are easy to make following these directions. Recycle those old Christmas bags and boxes to make these 3d decorations.

Technology
by Mohammad Irshad
7 years ago
UFO and Aliens

In all our stories and legends, dating back to as early as one can conceive, there was always somebody with superb powers, who could either augment you in doing good or could destroy you. In most religions, this super-power was in addition to the omnipotent God. Now we have almost discovered aliens on moon and may be on other planets, and the aliens have started sending us some impatient signal. Why now? And what does this all mean?

Travel & Places
by W Fonseca
6 years ago
The Top 5 Most Impressive Archaeological Sites In Mexico

Few places will give you an opportunity to see as many impressive tourist destinations as the country south of the border. Here are the top 5 most impressive archaeological sites in Mexico.

Travel & Places
by Dude88
7 years ago
Teotihuacan - Fun places to visit while vacationing in Mexico

Vacations in Mexico wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Teotihuacan, also known as the City of the Gods. Teotihuacan is a well-known archeological site located about 40 kilometers northeast of Mexico City. Here, your trip to Mexico will include the sight of some of the biggest pyramids on...

History
by nix
7 years ago
The fall of the Aztec empire

I presume most of us have watched the movie "Apocalypto"; a one of a kind and exceptional movie brought to us by Mel Gibson. Well, this movie focuses on Mayan civilization but nonetheless, is also involved with the Aztec civilization. Both flourished in the Mesoamerican country and share common rights- the human sacrifice. Some would think if this kind of rights are true or just a tell tale story; but, yes, it is all true. The human sacrifices are for their Gods Huitzilopochtli and Tlaloc.

Health
by Kylemasters
8 years ago
How the New MyPlate is Changing the Way We Eat

There has been a lot of dispute regarding the fresh look of our former food pyramid, with some people suggesting that the new My Plate fails to get results. Nevertheless, It's my opinion that the new My Plate along with the nutritional tips made by the USDA essentially stock up quite well. Let us take a glanceAmong the recommendations is to stabilize calorie consumption by eating smaller sized portions and spending some time to enjoy your food.

Travel & Places
by W Fonseca
6 years ago
4 Great Day Trips From Mexico City

Mexico City is a great destination, but there are other great spots to visit nearby. Here are some of the best day trip ideas

Technology
by footloose
7 years ago
The Source Field Investigations: the hidden science and lost civilizations behind the 2012 prophecies, a Book Review

There is so much hype about 2012 that it is confusing to sometimes see any truth in the ancient prophecies. David Wilcock has certainly written a fabulous book with many years of solid research with the science backing it up. The Source Field Investigations is about more than the activation of the third eye, although the pineal gland science is fascinating.

Lifestyle
by Lisa Williams
6 years ago
Getting Your Kids to Eat Properly - Stress Free

Let's start with the basics: This is something that parents really struggle with, but getting your children to eat their greens does not have to be difficult. Very often, parents agonize over this issue, and dinner time turns into something which is somewhat stressful for the entire...

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