A Fourth Majestic Black Pyramid Is Missing At The Giza Plateau

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Almost everyone knows about the three pyramids of Giza which are considered to be among the great architectural wonders of the world.

However, there have been claims that the three pyramid formation that can be seen today was not the original landscape. It is claimed that until the late eighteenth century that there were four pyramids making up the pyramid formation. Furthermore, the fourth pyramid may have been even more spectacular than even the most famous of all the pyramids, the Great Pyramid of Giza.

The search for the fourth pyramid of Giza

The most detailed records referring to the mysterious fourth pyramid of Giza were taken by a Danish explorer named Frederic Norden who had traveled to Egypt to investigate its mysteries at the request of the King of Denmark, Christian VI in 1737. In his detailed book of observations ‘Voyage d’Egypte et de Nubie’ he says that the pyramid was a striking black color and the material it was constructed from was both darker and harder than granite. On the top of the pyramid was a yellowish kind of stone that he assumed had once been utilized as a pedestal.

Norden’s claims have met a great deal of skepticism as contemporary observers did not make reference to this astonishing black pyramid. While no one has accused Norden of outright fabrication, the credibility of his claims has been called into question. Some have suggested that he might have confused one of the outlying ‘satellite’ pyramids that lie on the bank of the river Nile for a fourth pyramid in the trio pyramid formation. However, this seems unlikely given that all of the satellite pyramids are constructed using sandstone and are not black.

On page 120 of his book Voyage d’Egypte et de Nubie (Travels in Egypt and Nubia) Norden describes the mysterious Pyramid:

“The principal pyramids are at the east, south-east of Gize …..There are four of them; that deserve the greatest attention of the curious,; for tho, we see seven or eight others in the neighborhood, they are nothing in comparison to the former. ……. ……..The two most northerly pyramids are the greatest and have five hundred feet perpendicular height. The two others are much less, but have some particularities, which occasion their being examined and admired.”

It is s without coating, closed and resembles the others, but without any temple like the first. It has, however, one particular deserving remark; which is, that its summit is terminated by a single great stone, which seems to have served as a pedestal…the fourth pyramid has been made, upwards above the middle, of a stone more black than the common granite, and at least as hard. Its summit is of a yellowish stone. I shall speak elsewhere of its top, which terminates in a cube. It is, moreover, situated out of the line of the others, being more to the west…it makes a series with the three others.”

Not all Egyptologists have treated Norden’s observations with incredulity. Some authors have suggested that Norden was correct in his assumptions and that the fourth pyramid, made of harder material than the others, was demolished and its materials re-appropriated for construction in the city of Cairo in the late eighteenth century. Some archaeological examinations have taken place seeking to discover the fabled foundations of the lost pyramid, but all have been fruitless so far.

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