2. The second meaning of the word
in Chinese is
, literal translation is
“a horn for drilling the ground”.
It may seem that this termhas nothing to do with pyramids, but it does for theChinese pyramids. There is an unusual object in 40kilometres from Xi’an which looks like an unnaturallake. After closer examination and analysis of satellite images, it becomes clear that this object islike a mirror reflection of a flat topped pyramid. It looks as though a flat topped pyramid has been turned upside down and drowned into the ground and thenremoved. We propose to give this construction a terms “
”. For what reason was this deepening made? It’s a question without an answer so far.However since there is a special term to describe this construction in Chineselanguage it should be that the pyramid antipode was an important object of somespecial yet undiscovered meaning in ancient times.3. The third meaning for term
and can be translated as“
”.Any pyramid is a prism, this also applies to the Chinese pyramids. Theseflat-topped pyramids are widespread in Shaanxi Province. The meaningof characters
refer to the pyramid as a prism. These flat-topped pyramidal objects are sort of prisms but the prism is not simply “a solid object withends that are parallel and of the same size and shape, and with sides whose oppositeedges are equal and parallel” but it’s also an optical lens which transforms the light.The author’s supposition is that these Chinese flat-topped pyramids could probablyfunction as huge generators of energy from the sun light and the universe.“A
tower with golden symbols
a pyramid – antipode
” and “
a prism pyramid
” arethree meanings of the word “
” in Chinese which have been used for a longtime and written in characters. Moreover Chinese terms for word
reflectcertain forms of pyramids in Shaanxi Province, for instance: “
flat-topped or prism pyramids
”. Besides the description the term pyramid reflects inesoteric nature of the construction.
3. Classification of the pyramidsLocation:
Chinese pyramids are located in the center of Shaanxi province. Theysurround Xi’an from different directions and some smaller pyramids are even locatedin the city. There is a long valley of the pyramids in the northern vicinities of Xianyang, the city which is very close to Xi’an. Stretched from the East to the Westfor 50 km. long the valley looks like a Milky Way.