The Band of Peace
The Pyramid Code is a documentary series of 5 parts that explores the pyramid fields and ancient temples in Egypt as well as ancient megalithic sites around the world looking for clues to matriarchal consciousness, ancient knowledge and sophisticated technology in a Golden Age. The series is based on the extensive research done in 23 trips to Egypt and 50 other countries around the world by Dr. Carmen Boulter in the Graduate Division of Educational Research at the University of Calgary.
The first episode titled “The Band of Peace” focuses on six different pyramid sites. They follow the Nile River and evidence points to the fact that the river itself was next to the pyramids at the time they were built than where it is today. Over time the Nile has migrated to the east, thus putting the river further from the pyramids than when they were built.
The Band of Peace is the area in which six different sites sit, among them the Great Pyramid at Giza. One scholar insists the pyramids were not built by slaves. So who actually built these structures? Although they are long gone, the three pyramids at Giza each had a top layer of smooth stones over the stones that we see today. One was red, one was black, and one was white.
The series changes the way the pyramids and the ancient past was taught in school. While a sarcophagus may be inside a pyramid, with no mummy ever discovered inside any pyramid the past conclusion that they were built to house the remains of pharaohs is discounted.
The pyramids might have been energy conductors that transmitted energy to affect human consciousness around the world. Sound like Science Fiction? Possibly. But the new scholars of today do not discount that theory. The five episodes bring up a new way of looking at the ancients, and completely discount our previous thoughts on the people of ancient times. It is a fascinating premise that today’s historians are checking into.
Released in April, 2010. 45 min. TV documentary series.