The ancient pyramids in Egypt have been standing for an estimated 4,500 years which makes them relics of a time long past with little to no information directly passed down from that culture available today.
Part of the reason for our ignorance of what made the Egyptian people so great is that the library of Alexandria, not only the largest repository of scrolls and books available in Egypt at the time but what was estimated to be the largest collection of written information in one place in history.
Furthermore, no one really knows who burned down the great library, there only exist various theories and guesses. The most common suspect in modern teachings of history is that it was Julius Ceaser himself who had started the fires, but other scholars place the blame on other figures in history such as Plutarch, Edward Gibbons, to Bishop Gregory, with all of the accusers themselves having problems with the accused, either personally or as a matter of religion which makes the accusations questionable at best.
Unfortunately, there is little to no chance that in the modern age we will be able to fully unearth the details about the burning and overall loss of the library of Alexandria
It is because of the loss of all the Emption literature, that modern day scientists have no idea why thermal scans are showing what appears to be a heat image from deep inside the ancient limestone structures of Egypt’s Pyramids.
As one can see from the image, there are red heat signatures coming from somewhere inside of the pyramid in the form of heating various bricks in the rows. Unfortunately, it isn’t easy to gain access to the inside of any pyramid, even if it is for the pursuit of knowledge. It isn’t just one pyramid either, various pyramids are showing these strange heat signatures including the largest known pyramid in Giza. To rule out a simple solution such as the sun heating the stones naturally in the middle of the day or stones cooling down quicker than others during the night, thermal image scans were taken of various stones of the pyramid at four different times of the day.
Now, researchers are operating under the assumption that the thermal images are showing what is some kind of passageway leading to a larger room that is heating up. Furthermore, other heat signature anomalies were detected in the upper half of the pyramid that the experts say need to be investigated further.
Because this is still an ongoing investigation there is no official word on what was causing this mysterious heat and because entering the sacred pyramids is still a hot political topic in Egypt. It may be a long time until anyone is able to personally investigate and it will likely be a long time until someone does, not to mention there is the very likely chance of activating traps and hazards still waiting to take lives inside those ancient burial grounds set by the original creators to keep looters out.