Francis Bedford Giza 1862

A Pyramid the Army did

Egypt is a very important chapter in the official narrative of the history of the world as we know it today. The quantity of artefacts is as impressive as the number of theories surrounding each discovery. And the alternative historians and occasionally conspiracy theorists also heavily contribute in the myth of a country that never really mattered internationally but that more so live on its glorious past that seems very hard to actually find once you start looking.

It is generally difficult to go far back in the past as verifiable sources are few and fact checking difficult – with Egypt it’s particularly bad with its 3000 years of various dynasties starting in 3150 BC when King Menes unified Egypt.

As with history in general, we must suspect much of it is falsified and that ‘Menes’ was the first ruler of Egypt seems more based on fiction than fact. There is of course ‘debate’ of whether Menes was really Narmer or the pharaoh Hor-Aha but the fact remains Egypt was conceived of officially by Menes aka Semen.

Menes – Semen (direct anagram)

The very meaningful anagram of Egypt’s founder can of course be a mere coincidence – the trouble here is that once you suspect we are looking at falsified history the number of occasions where anagrams and wordplay directly translates into freemasonic values and ideals is too preponderant. Take the name Egypt on its own for instance. The heavy emphasis on the G in Egypt might give us a valuable hint – the G is the principal letter of freemasonry and the initial of the deity God of course.

Egypt – G type (direct anagram)

There are no doubt many interpretations on each and every term used in the Egyptian history and merely by looking up the pretended etymology we might be in for some serious authoritative fallacies with links to Middle French, Latin, Ancient Greek, Mycenaean Greek, Coptic, Akkadian and of course Egyptian and Late Egyptian.

The tactic at hand in Egypt, as in any important conspiracies like JFK and 911, is of course the saturation of information which will eventually blind the public and lead to a situation where only scholars and experts really can handle the continuous flow of documentation and thus give us their authoritative conclusions – often boiled down to a point where obvious facts are conveniently forgotten. Like the fact the Mamluk Egyptian Elite who have been mostly in charge of the country since 977 AD (official sources) actually speak Turkish. That means 1000 years of Turkish language and a predominantly European culture in Egypt as the Mamluk’s* traditionally sought to marry light skinned Circassian brides from the North Caucasus.

There are many historical links and narratives that might help uncover the numerous inconsistencies and deceptions of the Egyptian past and heritage but by design the quantity of references makes it impossible to pursue them all – and i certainly won’t. However, i will elaborate upon the most famous relic of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – the Great Pyramid of Giza.

The intricate technicality of the construction of the Cheops Pyramid can in itself cover many books and however complicated the scheme is presented to be – the building in itself is a 139 meters high pile of rocks with a square 230-meter base. From the early imagery and drawings we must assume the structure was partially carved out of the existing local rock formation, which already diminishes the actual “feat” and even more if we evaluate the possibility that geopolymers where used to pour most blocks in place rather than cutting the stone in quarries far away with copper tools.


Entrance of the Cheops Pyramid (1890s)

Either way, the building type of a Pyramid is very primitive and consists of an accumulation of material and not derived from any high-tech procedure at all – a pyramid is the most primitive load-bearing structure there is and the tiny rooms inside bear witness to the poor engineering actually demonstrated. From the continuous discoveries of new “rooms” we must effectively suspect there is still digging going on to this day. By comparison, a Gothic Cathedral is in fact way more advanced and difficult to build (Strasbourg Cathedral stand 142 meters high since the 1400s).

The fact we so often ‘uncover’ pyramids from various cultures all over the world whenever new territories are conquered might thus have more to do with the primitive, non-utilitarian aspect of a pyramid where no advanced or skilled labor is needed. In a pyramid there are no openings, no function or light to provide and make openings for so there are no structural challenges to meet, nor any elaborate interiors or living quarters to accommodate. If we in addition take into account the fact local geography might provide the actual center and massing of any of the big non-functional monuments from around the world – the pretended complexity of any big heap of stones we today admire as illustrations of ancient wisdom and perfection is just nonsensical.

All that is needed to build a big pyramid seems to logically be a mid-sized mountain to excavate around and decorate thereafter – no toilets, no windows, no doric columns needed. All you need to make a Pyramid is an Army of unskilled men with time on their hands – just as armies mostly have while they mostly pretend to be at war… And indeed, there were many wars fought in the 1700s in Egypt and before – including large factions of Turks, Russians and Albanians.

Smyth & Charles Piazzi 1867
Illustration of the actual rock-foundation of the Cheops Pyramid (Smyth & Piazzi 1862)

The location of Giza in Egypt was chosen because of its soft limestone and remote dessert surroundings – a perfect place to close off for an archeological military operation. What we describe today as a “plateau” was none of the sort from what can be clearly seen in early drawings and photographs. The flatness seen today is artificial, and the first drawings from Napoleons French campaign in Egypt by Colonel Coutelle and consorts clearly demonstrate the geological rock formations that the pyramids are actually built upon. The pyramids of Egypt are made from the natural topography on site at Giza and the flatness we see today is artificially created. The pyramid is nothing else than a structure the Army did – and it is spelled out in its very name.

Pyramid – Army Did (combined anagram/ambigram)

When we mirror ‘Pid’ we get ‘did’ which most might miss if they decipher the term directly (the exact anagram for ‘Pyramid’ would be ‘armyPid’). In this case we have a combined technique of obfuscation as ‘P & d‘ are the same letter-shape inverted (ambigram) which make all the more sense when we consider how the masons are very fond of esoteric encodings and literal puns. The direct translation that effectively describe the most likely construction method and workforce combined in a single word as in ‘Pyramid’ directly derived from ‘Army Did’ (anagram for ‘Army’ & ambigram for ‘Pid/did’) is more than uncanny – it is in my view direct admission and open mockery of the public’s gullibility.

Many might disagree with such a simple demonstration of architectural coherence, planned execution and linguistic admission. All the same, both the building method and the manpower required make the military made solution the most likely answer to who, how and when these structures were raised in the limestone topography that was to become the ‘G saw’ Giza plateau.

Maybe the unwarranted success of the “Great Pyramid” initially named Khufu (anagram : Fuhk U) was more important than foreseen. Effectively, the Khufu pyramid is now most often referred to as the Cheops pyramid which is quite symptomatic when analysed in esoteric terms such as the subversive anagrams that are used by the G-men who apparently like to flatter themselves and sign their mischiefs with their occult pen.

Cheops – Epochs (direct anagram)

Cheops Pyramid – Epochs Army Did

There is of course much more symbolical language used pertaining to the Giza plateau artefacts, not the least that the pyramidal shape is in itself made in the archetype form of a female triangle, impregnated through the vaginal shaped shaft entrance and uterus mimicking gallery designed in it’s middle. I might speak further on the issue of the gender symbology contained within the Egyptian pyramid fiction – especially in light of the fact the ‘impregnated’ female Giza Pyramidal shape has the Kings chamber at its center…


External casing (1), Al Ma’mun “thieves” entrance (2), Main “vaginal” entrance (3), Main “uterus” Gallery (4), Kings “pregnancy” chamber (5), Queens vault (6), Subterranean “tomb” gallery (7), Kings chamber relieving vaults (8), Airducts (9)

*the “Mamluk” military rule could of course be an EGI pun to this ruling class who might look like mam’s – the ‘Mam look’…