While gathering information in order to continue the initial article Pyramids: the mystery that may be finally unravelled, we could not omit the mysterious pyramids of China, which are still poorly studied though being very interesting for many researchers. It is assumed they are underexplored because Chinese authorities are unwilling to let researchers there. Moreover, many archaeologists and scientists of other fields have a too one-sided, politically determined attitude to ancient artefacts. Well, according to the AllatRa book: “In the creaking cart of purely materialistic worldview, one cannot go far in real science. Still, sooner or later a real scientist will get to such scientific horizons where it will not be possible to use the existing props on which the entire chain of human reasoning rests.”
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I suspected that once I start digging out information on pyramids my attention would plunge and sink in megatons of research data, as well as versions, assumptions and fantasies. It took me only a week to find relevant materials on the web, as distinct from heroic scientists who are racking their brains over this mystery for years and even decades. I’m gladly giving a link to a forum where plenty of information is accumulated, with sincere gratitude for the effort of those interested people. While trying to unravel the millennia-old mystery of the man-made stone structures, inquisitive minds invented numerous concepts and ideas, and the regrettable outcome of their failure to unravel the secret, in my opinion, is another evidence that our civilization, moving along the way of consumer development and relying on the “visible matter”, has lost its main treasure – the knowledge which our remote ancestors (who were not as wild as somebody endeavours to persuade us) used to possess. Finally, it proves once again that humanity is moving towards its inevitable decline.
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