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Comparing Pyramids Around World by Mind Map: Comparing Pyramids Around World
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Comparing Pyramids Around World

Whenever there is a mention of pyramids, even by the National Geographic, the great Land of the Pharaohs comes to the mind. How pyramids were constructed and the reasons behind these monstrous formations are speculated over thousands and thousands of research pages. While these mysteries remain unsolved, there are ancient and modern pyramids that enthrall our sense of mystique. The structure is not copyrighted by the Egyptians, there are other places these man-made wonders can be seen, though shapes and styles in the building may differ from place to place.


Great Pyramid of Giza

The Unknown Pyramid


Teotihuacan Pyramid

Pyramid of the Sun


Inca Empire

Tucame Pyramid


Walsh's Pyramid


Pyramids of Guimar



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Modern Pyramid in Pune

Our association has been trying to be aware of any new pyramid building projects or research going on in the world today.  I was recently informed that a very large pyramid shaped building was just opened on November 1, 2002 in Pune,  India.  This building was constructed specifically for meditation purposes.  It can hold over 5000 people and it was designed by an Indian mystic and spiritual teacher, known as Osho ( just before he died.  He wanted this building constructed especially  to be used for meditation purposes.  It is very interesting that many  spiritual teachers and mystics  from India have always acknowledged the power of the pyramid shape for meditation.  This the largest complex in the world today constructed specifically for meditation.  Below are some photos of this complex that were sent to me by Osho International and are used here with permission.


Pei Pyramid

The Louvre is the most famous of the Grands Projets (Mitterrand’s 15 billion franc program to provide a series of modern monuments to symbolize France’s central role in art, politics, and world economy at the end of the twentieth century). It is not so much the pyramid, but the entrance space that it covers that is the most important part of the project. The brilliance of making an entrance to the world’s largest art museum by hollowing-out its plaza and constructing underground connections to its various wings could easily be lost amidst the unmistakable iconography of the pyramid. The entrance has rationalized and opened-up the collections of the Louvre to the throngs of museum-goers who visit its collections.


Soon To be Pyramid

Ancient Pyramid

Modern Pyramids


Bosnian Pyramid