On the Giza Plateau in Egypt rise three large pyramids—the tallest and oldest of which is the Pyramid of Khufu. It is also known as simply the Great Pyramid of Giza. You know what it looks like. It’s one of the seven great wonders of the world.
Yet, for all its fame and antiquity, so many questions remain. How was it built? Why is there nothing in the pyramid, except a broken sarcophagus missing its lid? Could there be anything else hidden inside this massive structure? In the absence of information, there is of course ferocious speculation. And now, an intriguing new piece of information: the discovery, announced today, of a large, previously unknown “void” in the Great Pyramid. . . . Read Complete Report
A secret room or chamber has been reportedly discovered behind the 2nd sealed door inside the Southern shaft in the Queen’s chamber in the Great Pyramid. And there are ancient artifacts inside of it …….
It has been more than 10 years now and the question still remains unanswered as to what lies behind the 2nd door inside the shafts of the Great Pyramid. But this may be finally coming to a conclusion with recent rumors of an official announcement that is to happen later this year . . . Read Complete Report
Great Pyramid diagram by Max Fyfield. Black indicates know passageways and “rooms” known at time of drawing. Red indicates areas envisioned by Max yet to be discovered.
The etching of a starmap centered exactly above Gantenbrink’s Door, in the “airshaft’ running up and away south from the Queen’s Chamber in the great pyramid, depicts some amazing surprises for us all, if we would only do the research. No hieroglyphs here at all; just celestial markings. These markings were NOT purposeless graffiti; because if purposeless graffiti were allowed, then markings would have been found all over the pyramid, and they were not. All facets of the pyramid were aligned to a Northmark – INCLUDING the shaft pointing south – to align that shaft to something different than the true north sky (what everything else was aligned to) would have caused failure in the engineering.
Is there one above the north shaft door? I do not know, because we were in such a rush to drill holes in things, that we failed to follow the scientific method and document the walls, pollen, markings, techniques and patina untouched, first.
“The diagram [to the left] is from [Charles Piazzi] Smyth’s Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid (1877) shows some of his measurements and chronological determinations made from them.” . . .from Wikipedia
‘Micro-snake’ robot to explore 8in shafts hidden in 4,500-year-old pyramid
‘I am very confident we can resume our work in 2012’ – expedition leader
Will solve archaeological puzzle that has remained unsolved since 1872
The secret gates at the heart of the Great Pyramid may be opened for the first time in 2012, a British robot company believes – solving a mystery that has puzzled archaeologists since 1872.Scoutek UK had already begun exploring behind the gates earlier this year – and produced the first-ever images from behind the gates using a ‘micro snake’ robot. But the exploration was halted by the recent unrest in Egypt.Expedition leader Shaun Whitehead said, ‘I’m very confident we can resume work in 2012.’ . . . Read complete report
Here is the Great Pyramid diagram as envisioned by the secretive Max Fyfield. Max is the “unofficial” Hollow Earth/Subterranean Worlds Artist who drew the artwork featured in many issues of every Hollow Earth underground publication that was published in age of fanzines from the “70s until the Hollow Earth Insider quit our paper fanzine in 1997. Note the passageways outlined in red. Fyfield believes these to be undiscovered yet. Note in particular the ones that lead to the Subterranean Worlds. Will further investigation prove him right? Would they tell us if he is? . .EDITOR
Last secret door of Great Pyramid ‘to be opened in 2012’, says British company
The secret gates at the heart of the Great Pyramid may be opened for the first time in 2012, a British robot company believes – solving a mystery that has puzzled archaeologists since 1872.
Scoutek UK had already begun exploring behind the gates earlier this year – and produced the first-ever images from behind the gates using a ‘micro snake’ robot. But the exploration was halted by the recent unrest in Egypt.
Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities stopped granting permits for research such as the Djedi robotic exploration of the Great Pyramid.
But it has recently started granting permits again.
‘We’re still waiting for permission to return to the pyramid,’ Whitehead told Mail Online today. ‘In the meantime, we have been working on enhancing the robot.’
‘The main plan is to carefully survey and document the shafts, to gather as much information as possible to allow archaeologists to determine their purpose. We also still plan to look beyond the blocking stones at the ends of the shafts, if it is safe and practical to do so.’ . .Read more