I think it's safe to say that a lot of us have an infatuation with Ancient Egypt, with good reason too. The grand images of wealthy and powerful kings and queens, enormous breathtaking buildings, endless piles of gold, and mystical gods. These things are all the essence of the adventure tales and fantasies that we have heard our entire lives. Romanticized tales of that sort capture our imagination when they are fiction, but the fact that these things existed in history adds more to the appeal.
Another reason is our fascination for discovery and the unknown. Egypt has yielded countless amazing finds and is the quintessential of the excitement of archaeological exploration.
New discoveries are still being made to this day, with the most recent one in 2018 being that the Great Pyramid of Giza has the ability to focus electromagnetic energy within its chambers, as well as beneath the base. Almost like an Ancient Egyptian Tesla Coil. Which is the basis of this edit. The interesting part is that the more discoveries we make, the more baffled we become toward understanding this pyramid and its purpose. Regardless of facts and theories, the mysteries of Ancient Egypt have captured the imagination of many people from around the world and have become an inspiration for writers, artists, philosophers, scholars, and many others.
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