[Applause] understanding at the base of the hellinikon structure pyramid some people say in near Argos in Greece there's been quite a lot of research done on it some people believe the 4th century BC but I'm utterly blown away by this this is really quite something you see one of the walls hisk sort of mixed with the bedrock and the polygonal walls combined it's pretty impressive not very big got quite a small footprint but it sits within this beautiful valley and you can see the sloping angle on the pyramid there this really is quite interesting I think they've spotted something being see the beautiful shaping of the stones it's amazing isn't it we got there oh yeah all right so cameras just pointed this out that seems to go all the way through look at the shape of some of these I mean you could say it's kind of rough you know it's got a cyclopean kind of vibe to it but actually still quite difficult to do you're creating a pyramid kind of shaped structure well over here this session where you go in inside the actual goes through this Mycenaean style doorway actually going inside the structure it's pretty amazing you can see that here the interior of this so-called pyramid so actually inside the famous pyramid near Argos in Greece this to me looks like the same construction style as a polygonal and cyclopean walls of ancient Italy so could this be a Pulaski in structure and could this have actually influenced the polygonal pyramid casing stones on two of the pyramids not the Great Pyramid on the Giza Plateau so this is absolutely amazing and you can just see behind me that the stonework here on the outside is even bigger and more impressive and you can see the slope of it on this side so you know is this a pyramid is this designed as a pyramid structure or is it like a tower do they have a pointed top like a pyramid what is the answer here so we're going to look more into this when we come back we're going to do some research and pop back here and see if we can point out any more anomalies here and I'm taking a note of the GPS to see if there's a geodetic connection here with other sites in the area they were said to be 16 pyramids in ancient Greece and they were said to be built by Dan house we built Argos a site named Larisa and although that got fortified several times it's known that he was may have been involved these people may have been involved in creating these pyramids three of them are famous we have the Hellenic on one here which is near Kefka Valerie in Argos and we also have the pill and pyramid of Liguria Epidaurus which we went to and there's also a pyramid of Campion in new Epidaurus which we're not sure if we've seen that one but we may have found another one near fitchy others have been destroyed but we have pictorial evidence over some of these other pyramids the pyramids of dalaman ARA and sickie on near argos were also once in existence but they've now been destroyed and porcini Asst recounts the tradition that the pyramid of de la manera was built by Proteus and Acrisius great grandsons great grandsons of Danaus and so we have these legendary connections with these ancient pyramids the pyramid Avila hellinikon is the largest one and the best preserve one you see that right behind me here and it was determined to be 2,000 720 BC by thermo luminescence dating which is a reasonable date because it fits in with the traditions and the stories of Dan Alves and others and the Pulaski UNS of course and it stands on the ancient Road between Argos and takea and the cyclopean structure which you can see here is fourteen point seven meters on the west side and 12.5 a metres on the north 8.6 2 on the east and a point 6 1 on the south side and it's currently only three and a half metres tall but it would be much much taller the entrance is up to nine feet tall three or four metres tall so we don't we don't know really know the purpose of these pyramids but some people say their tower was that's the name given on the maps and they were for Heroes warriors guard quarters Weaver signal towels they could have acted like nuraghes from ancient Sardinia on one of the pyramids they found the tradition estates at least they found a whole load of shields when they were celebrating winning of a local war that took place many thousands of years ago so the use of these pyramids is really one of the big questions people believe you know generally it's traditionally believed that these were probably signal towers on ancient roads or they could have been watchtowers but we saw the tower or the the pyramid near Mycenae it could have been astronomically aligned with my scene itself towards the Setting Sun around the equinox time and that could have been the same thing here this could be a marker for some of the structures that are probably up in the hills nearby and also it could be a geodetic marker as well and I feel these pyramid structures are marking specific spots on the landscape and on the world this is the interior of the Pyramid of hellinikon absolutely amazing you see the votive arched doorway there that's pretty impressive it's alright little passage coming down here would have been quite a tall structure if you look at the angle of the whole thing would have being probably like what 30 feet tall we could probably work it out it's kind of on bedrock here and even down here we have some kind of megalithic Bowl so whether this was some kind of sacred libation table here a hellinikon we don't know my sister remains of it then we have the doorway beautifully cut shape stones kind of badly weathered it's gonna be partial reconstruction here a very interesting site this would have been amazing and its pristine new state but it is polygonal we had to you know he's a polygonal structure there is that kind of quality of stonework here which is the same as we find whatever Greece and Italy and the tradition states it was you know linked with 15 other pyramids in the area we must remember that the time this was built if the thermoluminescence is correct two thousand seven hundred and twenty BC just before that Tyrians the first twenty eight meter wide circular structure Ontarians was also being constructed so we have these connections here in the fact that it looks so much like the walls and the structures we find in Italy we have to find this connection with the Pulaski and the Dan aides and the Dan house and so forth may have been part of this along with the Pulaski UNS who were here first and then moved around the Mediterranean and into Italy to built the side they're built the sides there [Applause] [Applause] you

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  1. if you want to find link,you must look up north,on Adriatic islands and land that today we call Balkan..
    i believe that in ancient time it was called Troy:)

  2. North East Line of the Pyramid may align with Summer Solstice Sunrise,
    https://www.sunearthtools.com/dp/tools/pos_sun.php?lang=en

  3. Amazing!! Reminds me of the walls in Peru,very interesting and will be looking forward to any further investigation.. Thanks Hugh.. cA

  4. This 4th c. BC pyramid is called fryktoria in Greek. It was built as a watching tower (decorated with shields) atop of an earlier building dated between 2400-2100 BC. The building stones have been recycled from earlier buildings indeed.

  5. wow so 4800 years old? that places this structure just before the biblical flood 400 to 500 years approx. This pyramid is from the antediluvian epoch, probably.

  6. I really enjoyed rewatching this video for a few times. Well done!
    4:08 answering your question, a protective structure with inwardly inclined walls does not seem as effective as with straight walls (it would be easier to climb and assault). Therefore by this logic it could be a pyramid without a closed off top/tip, so that a fire could burn at the center of it and the hole you found could be an airway to ventilate. Since the middle part has very little plants growing on it, it would be interesting to know if that is due to what's under it (other stones, burnt materials, etc.) or just an overexposure to sunlight.

  7. More monument less selfie, your vids are improving Hugh, but 3 ads in 12 min vid just earned you a thumbs down bud.

  8. Very interesting! Don’t know if you’re still in the area but it would be awesome if you could check out these coordinates (37.5631188, 22.6154446) on foot or by drone. It’s in the hills near the hellenika pyramid. I was drawn to it on google maps by the lack of vegetation then noticed the stones appear to make a circular pattern… It could of course be absolutely nothing- but we’ll never know until someone checks it out… and I’m all the way across the pond 😭

  9. 2700 BC seems to be a significant period as there are many ruins that have been dated to that time in locations around the world

  10. Brilliant! Love it! Excellent find, footage, research and presentation! Thank you are your team for all your hard work

  11. Don't care when Great Pyramid was built. Care what year it became a useless non-functioning eyesore due to telluric overload. No one knows the answer.

  12. Another Cracker. The music you play really adds ambience and mystery to the film. LOVE it! Keep up the good work guys.

  13. Surely the structure predates the Greeks? Anything written by them is just pure mythical conjecture. There is a simple choice: which came first? The Polygonal Architecture or The Greeks. Answer the latter and you turn everything thus far on its head and proclaim The Inka did polygonal stuff too. What strikes me is the thickness of the left wall to the supposed entrance, that is one heck of a lot of work just for a route marker. To my mind this is probably one of the greatest mysteries in Greece. Cracking video irrespective of my comments 🙂

  14. Wonderful but where is the compass ? It would be interesting to have 🙂 and where is the other compass ? how many degrees is this or that ? Doesn't it make you wonder ? a camera is not really a tool you know?

  15. Looks like a fort to me. If it were a pyramid it’d be implausibly tall and thin. And being hollow it wouldn’t have the strength.

  16. That's very old. I tried to contact you last year. There's something I want you too see in Thailand. It's called the fosel cemetery. M

  17. If you stay, you can visit the "dragon houses" .

    http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/culture/monuments/the_mysterious_dragonhouses_of_evia

    https://www.google.gr/maps/dir/%CE%91%CE%B8%CE%AE%CE%BD%CE%B1/''/@38.0636148,24.4588203,1683m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x14a1bd1f067043f1:0x2736354576668ddd!2m2!1d23.7275388!2d37.9838096!1m5!1m1!1s0x14a3cbcf0e18dea9:0x463a4348eda7e432!2m2!1d24.4668!2d38.0598!3e2?hl=el

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