Retro: First images from Great Pyramid’s chamber of secrets 25 May 2011 by Rowan Hooper (w/Video)

from New Scientist

25 May 2011 by Rowan Hooper

THEY might be ancient graffiti tags left by a worker or symbols of religious significance. A robot has sent back the first images of markings on the wall of a tiny chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt that have not been seen for 4500 years. It has also helped settle the controversy about the only metal known to exist in the pyramid, and shows a “door” that could lead to another hidden chamber.

The pyramid is thought to have been built as a tomb for the pharaoh Khufu, and is the last of the seven wonders of the ancient world still standing. It contains three main chambers: the Queen’s Chamber, the Grand Gallery and the King’s Chamber, which has two air shafts connecting it with the outside world. Strangely, though, there are two tunnels, about 20 centimetres by 20 centimetres, that extend from the north and south walls of the Queen’s Chamber and stop at stone doors before they reach the outside of the pyramid.   (see diagram).. . . Read Complete Report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compare The New Scientist Diagram of the known pyramid interior (link in article above) with the one provide me by my friend and Hollow Earth Artist Max Fyfield over 20 years ago.

It seems Today’s tomb explorers are getting closer to proving the truth as envisioned by Max Fyfield all-those-years-ago.. . . . EDITOR

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from youtube 

Inside the Great Pyramid of Egypt 3D computer graphics

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Inside the Great Pyramid of Egypt 3D computer graphics

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