Unexplained Mystery Of The Ancient Egyptian Benben Stone

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Egyptian BenBen stone pyramid has puzzled scientists for years and they have been unable to solve its mystery. The pyramid is made of black stone. But it is not an ordinary stone because all of its components are not found on earth. The black ironstone is only found in space meteorites. And here the other puzzle appears because it’s a very hard ironstone so it’s difficult to mold and dig this material. But it’s not difficult to break this stone. So how was it cut with so much accuracy in angles and deviations?

The Benben stone is a symbol of the Phoenix, which had the ability to revive itself and be reborn again. It also represents the cycle of the seasons. It was found in the Temple of the Phoenix, which was within the precinct of the Great Sun Temple of Heliopolis. The stone was seen by Egyptians as the seed of the legendary bird, since ben meant “fertilization” in their language.

According to legend, Benben was the mound that arose from the primordial waters of Nu, in which the creator god Atum. Atum is known as Atum-Ra and then Ra, the Supreme Solar God) shaped the world. This is the creation myth of the Heliopolitan form of ancient Egyptian religion.

In the Egyptian Book of the Dead, there is a reference to the Benben stone, which says:

‘O Atum-Khoprer, you became high on the height, you rose up as the benben-stone in the Mansion of the Phoenix at On’.

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How was it polished with such unique precision?

As were these very delicate inscriptions on the sides of the pyramid, scientists found it impossible for any tool, old or new, to carve these inscriptions except with a laser cutting technology. The black meteorite stone has a positive electromagnetic energy transferring in its surroundings. It makes everyone who approaches feel psychologically comfortable – and affects the human energy.

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