The World’s First Pyramid Has Been Discovered (And It’s Not In Egypt)
When you hear about Egypt, the first thing that comes in your mind are the pyramids. However, recently researchers just discovered a pyramid that is at least 1000 years older than the first ever built pyramid.
It was found in Kazakhstan and the construction is similar of the famous Djoser pyramid (in Egypt).
The fascinating discovery was made last year by the Saryarkinsky Institute of Archaeology in Karaganda. But researchers have decided to keep the sensational finding a secret until further tests were done.
Archaeologist Viktor Novozhenov said:
“It was built more than 3,000 years ago in Saryarke for a local ‘pharaoh,’ a leader of a local mighty tribe dating to late Bronze epoch.”
The pyramid was tall 62.5 meters and a big labyrinth was located inside. The researchers believe that the entire complex includes around 27 buildings.
These structures are truly a global phenomenon that has puzzled archeologists for centuries.
It seems our ancient ancestors had an obsession with building Pyramids. We find these massive monuments all over the world. From Egypt to Mexico to Japan, China & Europe and even in North/South America.
The question is what is the connection and how did they all have the same idea of building these massive structures?