Piezoelectric Pyramids in Mauritius

Seven Pyramids Identified on the African Island of Mauritius

by Antoine Gigal for Histories-Mysteries.com
March 29, 2009

UPDATE: Megalithic Walls and Hydraulic Systems Linked with Mauritius Pyramids

Seven pyramids have been identified on the African island of Mauritius. Remarkably, in construction, they are identical to the ones found on the island of Tenerife, an island on the opposite side of the continent. It underlines the likelihood that one civilisation sailed to various islands off the coast of Africa and constructed these structures...

The seven small pyramids that have been identified are located on the south side of the island, in a plain known as Whillem, between the Indian Ocean and Creole Mountain and Lion Mountain, at 2026'.8.15"S and 57 39'2.60"E. Their foundation is rectangular and in height, they do not exceed twelve metres; they have between 6 and 11 terraces. In appearance, they are similar to the pyramids located on another volcanic island off the western coast of Africa, Tenerife; similar structures also exist on the Mediterranean island of Sicily, which is also volcanic in origin. There are many parallels between the pyramids of Mauritius and Tenerife. On both island, the pyramids are part of a complex: a series of pyramids grouped together in one location. On both islands, the pyramids are made from lava stone and the construction does not use any mortar or other connecting agent. Some of the structures on Mauritius have been partially dismantled, with the stones remployed nearby. In one coating of basalt rollers, there can be found limestone blocks underneath, no doubt of coral origin. The Tenerife pyramids equally do not surpass 12 metres in height, and detailed photographs of the terracing makes it clear that one cannot distinguish whether one is observing a pyramid on Tenerife or Mauritius. In the case of "Mauritius Pyramid 1", access to the upper platform is via a central staircase. This has been restored in a whiter stone, and is therefore more visible. Not all pyramids have such an access - again on par with their Tenerife cousins. It suggests that there is a commonality between the two islands that is beyond the coincidental.

Some of the Mauritius pyramids, with their platforms, could have been used for astronomical observations. This too would be on par with Tenerife, specifically at the Guimar complex. If this correlation were to apply to the Mauritius pyramids, these pyramids should be aligned to solar phenomena, and specifically the terraces associated with the pyramids should be aligned to the two solstices. Initial calculations suggest that this is indeed the case, though on-site verification needs to occur. Specifically Mauritius Pyramid 2 is likely to be aligned to the summer solstice (which in the Southern hemisphere occurs on December 21) and one should be able to observe a double sunset. The first sunset would occur behind the Creole Mountain, the second behind the neighbouring Lion Mountain. A double sunset behind a mountainous horizon is also a phenomenon observed at the Guimar complex in Tenerife...


The 7 pyramids reported on the Island of Mauritius show very many similarities to those on the opposite side of Africa. The Guimar Pyramid complex of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, shows very similar structures and platforms, as well as a mortar that is comparable to those constructed in Mauritius.

Both pyramid groups were designed as transducers for infrasound standing waves that are generated by the pyramids of Giza, Egypt. The presence of those infrasound standing waves in increasing in strength today at these pyramid sites, and has already caused fires to break out spontaneously in two of the islands - Gran Canaria and Tenerife.

The Mascarene Island of Mautritius (20.44S 57.68E) is 3,891 miles from Giza, or 15.63% of the Earth's mean circumference. The fires that will be generated by the infrasound resonance focused onto the island will follow the same pattern in Mauritius as it has already unfolded in the Canary islands, and many other sacred sites around the world. Various infrasound focal points making the recent news include Babura, Nigeria; Lalapansi, Zimbabwe; Mapuve and Bodibe, South Africa; Kishtwar and Ratria, India; Seattle, San Mateo and Santa Barbara, USA.