We see pyramids and pyramidal platforms everywhere around the globe. It appears there was a world-wide custom to hold sacred offerings to the Sun, or Mother-Earth atop artificial mountains. Fire-towers were built to honor the central 'fire/sun' goddess. 'Pyramid' means 'fire-mound.' Some were built over sacred cave openings, some had long halls as if museums, some held honored nobles.
We see in the far-east, Indonesia, and the world's islands, the same pyramids that were built by ancient Phoenicians. Identical step-platforms and pyramids built on the Canary islands, one small one shown in upper photo by Phoenicians, matching those in Ecuador, along with familiar menhirs and standing stones in other South American countries. But why do we not see any in Europe?
Scientists have stated that many large pyramids and structures are buried down in Europe's soils, as seen from above with infrared. Egyptians told the ancient Greeks their early civilization was destroyed by meteors, and that there have been many large floods. Ancient British Chronicles tell of Britain and France being flooded-out by tidal waves. But still, there are large pyramids in Europe, many completely overgrown and covered with shrubs and trees, appearing as mountains and hills. Many were made small because of ancient Europe's small population work forces.