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Silbury Hill

© Victoria Popova, Lidia Andrianova, 2011

Silbury Hill is an artificial chalk mound near Avebury which covers about 2 ha. The mound consists of chalk and glay. This Neolithic monument in Wiltshire is a pyramid containing six steps, located concentrically. The height of mound Silbury Hill is 36,9m. The barrow-pyramid in the basis has an ideal circle in diameter of 160m. Top of the pyramid is flat with a diameter of 30m.

Thus, barrow Silbury Hill, actually is a six-step pyramid with horizontally cut off top. Scientists consider that it has been made 4600–4700 years ago, i.e. about 2600 BC, when the well-known Egyptian pyramid Giza had been built.

Results of excavation have shown that Silbury Hill was not a sepulchral hill, but had some other purpose. What?

Decoding. Barrow-pyramid Silbury Hill

Top view of Silbury Hill shows, that this is an image of the combined information cell - an individual cell of human being and the united cell of mankind. A brain area of an individual cell is shown in the form of a circle by the cut off top.

Six steps of the pyramid specify our carbon basis. This information about our carbon basis is also presented in many crop circles.

Enormous construction Silbury Hill has been created by action of the united consciousness of extraterrestrial civilizations.


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