Message To Eagle, 12 March, 2014
A strange ancient monument known as the Falicon pyramid is located at a rural site near the town of Falicon, near Nice on the French Riviera. It’s one of a few pyramids in Europe.
Mysterious ancient equilateral structure – perched on a rocky ridge in an area of rugged gorges, forests and hills – has the same name as a very ancient village, located only two kilometers from the pyramid.
Falicon Pyramid has a complex and rather mysterious history.
The pyramid – located above a karstic cave known as the “Cave of the Bats” (Grotto of Ratapignata ) on the eastern flank of the ridge – is constructed of small irregularly-shaped stones and is in rather ruined condition.
While most of its upper section is missing, the lower section is well-preserved.
For what purpose was the Falicon pyramid built?
What exactly inspired the unknown stone masons to build this structure in rather inaccessible mountain range of the so -called Maritime Alps, in the south-western part of the Alps, at an altitude of 430 meters?
Why was it raised in such inaccessible place? Where are the underground tunnels beneath the village of Falicon leading?
It is a place, where “time stands still” giving the impression to be totally isolated from “civilization” pulsating just about 10 km from the center of Nice.
Beneath very old houses, there is a network of arched prehistoric tunnels.