SURID, AKA ENOCH: THE REAL PYRAMID BUILDER REVEALED BY ANCIENT TEXTS
One of the greatest riddles of modern history is without a doubt the following: Who built the great pyramid of Giza?
Well, not only who but how were the Pyramids of the Giza plateau built has haunted archaeologists and historians who have been left powerless in their efforts to uncover the truth behind the pyramids of Egypt.
The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the most amazing ancient structure to ever be built on Earth.
It is an ancient monument built upon an apparent foundation of ancient mysteries that baffle our civilizations, thousands of years after it was built.
Whoever built this supermassive ancient structure knew what he was doing, and made it sure that the structure would withstand the test of time, and survive for thousands--perhaps tens of thousands of years--into the future.
Proof of the advanced knowledge embedded into the Great Pyramid of Giza is present all around it.
For example, did you know that The Great Pyramid of Giza is composed of around2,300,000 stone blocks that weigh from 2 to 30 tons each?
Fascinating details right? Not only that, there are even some blocks used in the Pyramid that weigh over 50 tons.
That just tells you: It’s huge. In fact, did you know that the ancient builders--whoever they were--used so much stone to build the Great Pyramid of Giza that you could build a wall around the planet by using stone from the pyramid.
That's fact checked. But let put the structure and its mind gobbling details aside and turn towards ancient texts which describe who BUILT the PYramids of the Giza plateau.
Have you ever heard the name Surid?
More precisely Surid Ibn Salhouk?
There is a popular tradition, drawing on old Arab lore, which maintains that He who Built the Pyramids was an antediluvian king by the name of Surid Ibn Salhouk.
Ancient Arab legends, which were later written on paper by Arabs named King Surid as the one who, after learning of the coming flood in a dream, constructed the Pyramids as supermassive Vaults that would help protect antediluvian books and artifacts. Brought to you by Ancient Code.