When how and why?
We know of Egypt as a country in North Eastern Africa where life is concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River. What is referred to as Ancient Egypt is the period before 1000 A.D. extending back to about 5000 B.C. when the Sahara region was transforming from savannah to desert with the lakes and rivers drying up.
This forced the population to move and many would have gone into the Nile Valley where many historians say the early civilisation of Egypt came into being as one of six civilizations to arise within what's referred to as the pre-dynastic period from 5500 to 3000 BC.
Historians tell us that Egyptian civilization coalesced around 3150 BC with the political unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under the first Pharaoh. The history of ancient Egypt occurred in a series of stable Kingdoms, separated by periods of relative instability known as Intermediate Periods: the Old Kingdom of the Early Bronze Age, the Middle Kingdom of the Middle Bronze Age and the New Kingdom of the Late Bronze Age.
During the period between 3000 BC and now, many chapters of Egyptian history have become apparent as there is ample evidence from the writings of the Egyptians themselves (assuming that translations are correct), and all the archaeological evidence from the few undisturbed tombs.
In the widely accepted historical interpretation of Egyptian history, there seems to be little correlation between what was happening in Egypt and the rest of the world. For instance, the Hindus by this time had circumnavigated the world. There was trade with India, Persia, China and the southern regions of Africa as Europeans remained tribal.
The technical understanding of life in the BC period was similar in Egypt, India and the Americas, so can we say that there was no communication just because Europeans were still hunter gatherers? There is a Hindu legend of the seven wise men who in approximately 10,000 BC travelled the world sharing the concept of Dharma and technology for human well-being.
When we think of pyramids, most people think of Egypt, but there are pyramids on all continents of an indeterminate age. It is not possible to carbon date stone and archaeologists all clamour for their point of view to be accepted, but these are only points of view and not factual proofs because nothing can really be proven unless of course someone had the wealth and the balls to fully restore the great Pyramid of Gaza.
So while mainstream archaeology puts pyramid construction as around 3000 BC or so in Egypt and well into the A.D. period in the Americas, this is still conjecture. Mainstream archaeology argues that the pyramids on the Giza Plateau were built as tombs yet there are many inconsistencies to this theory.
If we use the toombs of the kings that have been unearthed as reference, they were richly decorated and once filled with treasures along with the remains of the deceased. But the pyramids on the Giza Plateau have no such adornment and the interior spaces have a distinct industrial atmosphere. So despite a mountain of opinion, there is no proof that the pyramids on the Giza Plateau were ever burial places.
What evidence has been found in the big pyramid has led many researchers to consider the fact that these pyramids are in fact scientific instruments built to last. It is highly conceivable that the great pyramid was in fact a power station, a place where electricity is generated and distributed.
There is a great deal of archaeology that supports this idea which has been helped by the discoveries of Nikola Tesla who worked out how to transmit allergenicity wirelessly. Even some of the hieroglyphics seem to indicate electrical componentry and the use of electricity would certainly have facilitated the construction of the tombs in the Valley of the Kings as well as many other engineering feats around the world.
As we look around the world, it seems that great monuments were being constructed, carved from solid rock with remarkable precision up until about 1000 A.D. and yet there are no archaeological remains to indicate the method of construction. For the most part we only have stone and copper tools (later bronze and iron) as relics of this bygone era making the methodology of construction of all these great monuments a great mystery.
Using simple stone and soft metal tools would require incalculable man hours of labour and yet it's thought that the Giza Pyramids only took 30 years or so to create, something that could not be replicated with today's modern and sophisticated technology.
Many of the ancient sites around the world show many traces of precision engineering. The precision of stone cutting from razor sharp straight edges, perfect squares, perfect circles and perfect geometry can only be done today on a small scale with high precision industrial tools and we are expected to believe the ultrafine craftwork/technology on these ancient monuments was done with stones and copper chisels?
In some respects it seems almost as if a team of contractors had come in, done the work then packed up and gone home which has given rise to a great deal of speculation about extra terrestrial visitors. Of course there is a great interest in ufology but proof of intelligent extra terrestrial visitors has not been revealed to the broader population. While this is rarely considered, it should remain as a possibility.
So what about the time of creation? When we look at the Sphinx on the Giza Plateau, geological experts have reckoned that the weathering pattern indicates that this monument was constructed some 30,000 years ago. But where we consider the precessional (Yuga) cycle, that would put humanity back around the time of the Kali yuga.
However if we step back 15 to 20,000 years, this was a golden age where humankind is intelligence was at a high point. I should explain here that our bodies are approximately 70% water and as such they are influenced by the gravity of our moon and other planets. Back in 2016 scientist worked out that there is a mysterious dark planet on an elliptical orbit around 26,000 years which coincides with axial precession and the yuga cycle.
At present this planet as far away, but over the next 6000 years it will come nearer to our sun and its mass will influence our lives in a highly meaningful and productive way. So perhaps the pyramids were built during the last golden age as practical tools to help the lives of people on earth. Perhaps they were used fro energy production, astrological markers and for the generations to come, containers of ancient wisdom so that mankind would not succumb to the dark age of the Kali yuga and fall back into ignorance.
Certainly these monuments have inspired a great many people who have connected the dots, who have discovered there are only two directions in life which are inwards and outwards. The outward universe is our physical and tangible yet it is only experienced within our own mind, i.e. the inward direction is where we transcend ignorance and suffering.
Because we can only experience existence within our own mind and consciousness, looking inward is as important or perhaps even more important than looking outwards because the cosmos that exists within our biological structure is an approximate mirror to the external universe.
But to understand the pyramids, we have to understand all aspects of life and to do that we need to awaken our human capability in order to perceive more of the nature of reality. When we look inside, we find that we are much more than simple biological organisms. We know a little of telepathy, clairvoyance, clear audience, levitation, astral projection and other tools at our disposal with which we can communicate with other life and explore the hidden nature of our reality.
The pyramids in Egypt and other places remain as mysteries that we should never take for granted, we should not accept the findings of some archaeologist simply because he or she happens to be fairly prominent. We need to consider every possibility and even dream up other possibilities. Deep meditation toward what the mystics refer to as enlightenment brings about the memory of past lifetimes, an ability known by many cultures around the world.
To my mind, the idea of the Giza Pyramids being built around 20,000 years ago makes sense from an evolutionary perspective. The saw cuts, drill holes and precision engineering certainly point to an advanced technology that we can only wonder about, but the Astro archaeology aspects provide more food for thought than the interpretation of hieroglyphics or study of stones.