Introduction

The object above, which is made of metal and appears to be a roughly manufactured hook of some sort, was discovered inside the Great Pyramid of Giza behind a sealed cavity in the lower chamber of the building.

It is The Key to the Great Pyramid of Giza.

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The work presented on this website explains the pyramid's design by carefully reverse engineering the building's architecture. The work starts from the recognition of a logical system within the pyramid's upper shafts and works through to the explanation of The Key's exact shape, which can be perfectly understood using the clues contained within the architecture.

Through the use of animated graphics the pyramid is brought back to life and a coherent explanation of each section of the building is presented which shows the extraordinary levels of knowledge and skills that were possessed by the architects and builders of the pyramid.

Who built the Great Pyramid of Giza ?

Read on to find out . . . .

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The computer code that runs the mathematics and graphics on this website is intensive, and having tested the site on several browsers I have found that only 'Google Chrome' gives accurate graphics rendering. To get smooth graphics on the web pages of this site it is recommended that you use a modern computer that has sufficient processing power and memory available to it.

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