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The pyramids of Germany are known as "cairns" and are the largest megalithic structures on the European continent. Their construction is the 'stone-stepped' design and they can be found throughout the country and the continent.

Cairn of Barnez


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The town of Gympie, at Tin Can Bay, north of Brisbane, Queensland, is the unlikely site of a pyramid complex. The first Europeans to come into the area in the 1830's learned of them from the now extinct Kabi speaking people of Gympie, known then as the Dhamuri. According to the Aboriginals, brown skinned, blue eyed, blond haired beings with Dolphin pendants came from the star Orion and built the pyramids and temple sites, but water came in and destroyed it all long ago. The ruins were taboo to them.

Settlers took the stones of the pyramids and other buildings and used them as foundation stones for the main street of Gympie and the construction of buildings, including the local church, which still stands. There were stone statues like the Easter Island statues and also animal statues. These have since been destroyed or are hidden, but photos and sketches of them remain from the first white man to come into the area. Even the tunnels under Gympie were dynamited.

All but one of the Pyramids were bulldozed into the ocean by the army in the 1950's and the lone survivor remains on private land with a strict "no trespassing policy". The Pyramid is 100 foot high and designed with a series of terraces up to 4 feet tall and eight feet wide. The army sealed the entrance in the 1930's after investigating reports of cattle wandering into the pyramid, when an opening was still accessible, and never coming out. No reports or findings are available. In recent years, according to locals, the owner has attempted to destroy the pyramid in the hopes of discouraging visitors to the site. Artifacts have survived including the 'Gympie Ape', which was dug up in 1966 and is thought to be a statue of the Egyptian God Horus, who was often portrayed as an ape, and another resembling Ganesha from Indian mythology.

Artist's Rendering Gympie Petroglyph

The Gympie Ape

Central Coast
A pyramid structure, at least twice the height and dimensions of the Gympie example, has been found near the NSW Central Coast.

New Guinea
Five pyramids, identical to the Gympie Structure, have been found in northeastern New Guinea

Magnetic Island
There is a pyramid on Magnetic Island and a sphinx.


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