Scientists discover hidden chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza

Harte

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Rehash of a story from last spring. Is it a void? They don't know yet.

If it is, my money's on a series of relieving chambers like above the king's chamber. The area seems to track with the grand gallery, just above it. The gallery, being an open space, would need the weight above to be displaced to the sides, which is what the other relieving chambers do for the king's Chamber.

But... maybe not.

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Wonder what Zahi Hawass has to say?
 

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Im more interested in the Sphinx, and the undiscovered.
 

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Im more interested in the Sphinx, and the undiscovered.
You will find some very good information about a Sphinx that was discovered in Romania back in 2003...
The information can be gathered from the book entitled, Transylvanian Sunrise, written by Radu Cinamar and Peter Moon..
You might be able to obtain an inexpensive used book on Ebay or Amazon, or may be able to download it :).
 

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time flipper i have read that. i gave it to a two rom nationals one young laughing. the other silent.
 

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Back in the 1990's it was reported that ultrasound seismic investigation had discovered a hidden chamber under the right front paw of the Sphinx.
The great irony being that the test were done to prove the prophecy of Edgar Cayce that just such a chamber existed wrong.
Said chamber has never been further investigated or opened "so as not to damage the Sphinx"
As late as 2002 Zahi Hawass (in spite of all evidence to the contrary) has claimed that if such chambers do exist (and he insists they don't) they are only drainage tunnels to keep the Sphinx's fee dry.
I would recommend my friend Lynn Picknett (and Clive Prince's) book "The Stargate Conspiracy" for a fun if not totally up to date look in to this and other Egyptian mysteries.
 

Harte

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Im more interested in the Sphinx, and the undiscovered.
You will find some very good information about a Sphinx that was discovered in Romania back in 2003...
The information can be gathered from the book entitled, Transylvanian Sunrise, written by Radu Cinamar and Peter Moon..
You might be able to obtain an inexpensive used book on Ebay or Amazon, or may be able to download it :).
The Sphinx is a natural rock formation in the Bucegi Natural Park which is in the Bucegi Mountains of Romania.


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Harte

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Back in the 1990's it was reported that ultrasound seismic investigation had discovered a hidden chamber under the right front paw of the Sphinx.
The great irony being that the test were done to prove the prophecy of Edgar Cayce that just such a chamber existed wrong.
Said chamber has never been further investigated or opened "so as not to damage the Sphinx"
As late as 2002 Zahi Hawass (in spite of all evidence to the contrary) has claimed that if such chambers do exist (and he insists they don't) they are only drainage tunnels to keep the Sphinx's fee dry.
I would recommend my friend Lynn Picknett (and Clive Prince's) book "The Stargate Conspiracy" for a fun if not totally up to date look in to this and other Egyptian mysteries.
In fact, they drilled down into it.
It was a fissure in the limestone.

Seems you're not very interested in the topic, since you appear not to be aware of this very commonly known fact.

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Back in the 1990's it was reported that ultrasound seismic investigation had discovered a hidden chamber under the right front paw of the Sphinx.
The great irony being that the test were done to prove the prophecy of Edgar Cayce that just such a chamber existed wrong.
Said chamber has never been further investigated or opened "so as not to damage the Sphinx"
As late as 2002 Zahi Hawass (in spite of all evidence to the contrary) has claimed that if such chambers do exist (and he insists they don't) they are only drainage tunnels to keep the Sphinx's fee dry.
I would recommend my friend Lynn Picknett (and Clive Prince's) book "The Stargate Conspiracy" for a fun if not totally up to date look in to this and other Egyptian mysteries.
In fact, they drilled down into it.
It was a fissure in the limestone.

Seems you're not very interested in the topic, since you appear not to be aware of this very commonly known fact.

Harte
Im very certain that our member you are quoting does very little "in depth" research on many many topics that he writes about :D..
 
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