Napoleon was a brave man, a talented general of France. On the battlefield he was not afraid of any enemy but a night of sleep in the Egyptian pyramid made that brave man panic . So, what is Napoleon afraid of? What happened that night?
In 1798, when Egypt was still a British colony, Napoleon sent expeditionary troops to the mysterious country to expand the territory of East Africa.
Napoleon is curious about the mysteries of Pharaoh, the Pyramids of the mysterious Egyptian country.
In 1799, some French soldiers Napoleon in this war discovered the Rosetta stone . This is a great archaeological discovery that helps archaeologists first decipher the symbolic language and writing of the ancient Egyptians.
Napoleon is curious about the mysteries of Pharaoh, the Pyramids of the mysterious Egyptian country. He founded an Egyptian research institute with many researchers and scholars to combine expeditions and archaeological research.
Upon arriving in Egypt, he wanted to experience the mysterious sensation of the "King's Chamber" inside the pyramid that he often heard. Napoleon decided to spend the night alone here.
The following morning, Napoleon's face turned white when he came out. When asked by people, he just shook his head and said that he did not want to recall and mentioned anything that happened that night.
Napoleon saw his future in that room?
Years later, when Napoleon was dying, a close friend asked him about what happened inside the King's Room. He just shook his head and said, "No, it is not helpful. I will never believe me . " Napoleon brought that mystery to the grave.
Many people have hypothesized that Napoleon might have seen his future in that room. But all is guesswork.
Not only Napoleon alone experienced a night in that mysterious room. In 1930, Paul Brunton was a British journalist who spent the night there. He recounted his experience in the famous book " A Search in Mysterious Egypt - (A Search In Secret Egypt)".
That night, he sat alone in a quiet room, only a candle to light. He saw firsthand ghosts wandering around. When the ghosts disappeared, he found his body paralyzed, unable to move. Some people wear ceremonial clothes like priests. They led him to a secret room called the study hall in the pyramid.
Paul Brunton said he had to go through the scary feeling as if the soul left the body.
Here, he had to experience a terrifying feeling as if the soul left the corpse (soulful or "astral projection" ). He saw his own body lying motionless underneath, while the soul hovered in the air.
He was even told stories by the priests about the pyramid, and showed him the existence of the soul and the afterlife . Then suddenly he " revived ".
The ancient Egyptians believed in the afterlife, believing that the soul existed permanently and that the body had to be preserved intact, the soul could be fully preserved.
Is this the experience that Napoleon experienced?
Scientists have conducted research on the sleeping area of this room. It is a granite rock called soul stone . They discovered an electric field that could cause mild shock.
The place where Napoleon once slept was a granite rock, which emitted an electric field that could cause mild shock.
According to Richard Hoagland, a former NASA consultant, they discovered radioactive sand in a room behind the Queen's Chamber (Queen's Chamber). This could explain the strange phenomena that Napoleon and others had to go through.
Not only that, the result of determining the age of this radioactive sand shows that the upper part of the pyramid is less than 1,000 years old.
Many theories and controversies happened. Some people speculate that the upper part of the pyramid was built first? Initially the pyramid was built in an upside-down position, then thanks to some advanced technology, it was placed in the position as it is now.
The cause of strange phenomena occurring inside the Pyramid has not been explained. All answers are only guesswork.