Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Lost Pyramids of Egypt Found Using Google Earth?

An unusual grouping of mounds in Upper Egypt just 12 miles from the city of Abu Sidhum along the Nile.  The site consists of 2 larger mounds to the North with 2 smaller mounds to the South East.  The alignment of the mounds suggests artificiality but it is unknown if the features were caused by the Ancient Egyptians or are natural formations.
The images below have been color enhanced to bring out detail.
Unexplained Features: Egypt- Site 3
Unexplained Features: Egypt- Site 3

Unexplained Features: Egypt- Site 3- Enhanced

The image below reveals the approximate widths of the smaller mound features.  The sizes are very similar and the 2 smaller mounds are even closer in width to each other at approximately 100 feet wide.  Close ups of these mounds reveal more interesting features.
Unexplained Features: Egypt- Site 3, Image 3

The image below is approximately 620 feet wide.  For comparison purposes the Great Pyramid is 208 feet in width.  This mound feature is almost 3 times the size of the Great Pyramid.  Upon closer examination of the formation, it appears to have a very flat top and a curiously symmetrical triangular shape that has been heavily eroded with time. 
Unexplained Features: Egypt- Site 3, Image 4

When zooming in on the top of the triangular formation it is very interesting to see two circular features almost in the very center of the triangle.
Unexplained Features: Egypt- Site 3, Image 5

The cirular features are approximately 20 feet in width and almost appear to be well or shaft like features that have been dug out.
Unexplained Features: Egypt- Site 3, Image 6

It is uncertain if the mound features are natural or made by ancient man.

But when you see the area around, it's quite busy there! And nobody notice it? I don't believe it. I have see a lot of unexplained things in Egypt.

Like this one. Nobody could'nt answer me there. They don't want to answer me!

It's 1400 meters x 300 meters . The look likes blocks are 3,5*3,5 meters.

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