Many ancient and mysterious tunnels lead to huge rooms full of artifacts that have never been found on this planet. At the same time, many other tunnels lead to gigantic underground lakes.
However, the Egyptian government does not intend to publish these findings, as it will shock many people and probably rewrite history.
The famous Greek historian Herodotus wrote about these ancient underground tunnels. According to him, these enigmatic tunnels are connected to the great pyramids. It seems that the Sphinx also has a secret passage through which one can reach such a tunnel.
Under the pyramids they discovered something
However, we cannot help but wonder how the Egyptian government will not make these public discoveries?
How would our society change in terms of religion and culture?
Why do we still not know what is inside the pyramids?
With its hidden chambers, the pyramids of Giza have not yet revealed all their secrets – how is this possible?
Archaeologist Nicholas Reeves then launched the theory that Tutankhamun’s tomb hides a secret chamber – and radar scans indicate that he is actually right.
At the same time, a major investigation of the pyramids is underway, the Scan Pyramid project, which revealed in November that there were heat anomalies in the Cheops pyramid, which could indicate that most of all pyramids contain previously undetected spaces.
At the same time, you get help – from space. Scientists are investigating small particles that have “rained” through the Earth’s atmosphere and are either absorbed or repelled by pyramid materials.
Here are the biggest puzzles of the pyramids and Egypt. One of them is already solved. Maybe some others will be resolved this year.
Watch the following video for more images and information about recently discovered tunnels and artifacts.
STRING WITH STRINGED PYRAMID
One of the pyramids investigated is the so-called “Curved Pyramid” of Dahshur just outside Cairo, the one built by Pharaoh Snofru during the 4th dynasty.
The pyramid is special in that it is steeper at the bottom than at the top. This led to the belief that the builders of the pyramid, when they were halfway there, realized that it was tilting too steep and corrected the angle by 12 degrees before continuing.
It was probably the first real attempt by the Egyptians to build a large pyramid with smooth, straight sides.
Four pyramids are included in the project. In addition to the “Curved Pyramid”, the “Red Pyramid”, also built in Dahshur by Snofru, as well as two of them, the pyramids of Giza are explored – the Pyramid of Cheops and the Pyramid of the Chief.
Among other things, they investigate particles, mions, which traveled through space and “rained” through the atmosphere. By studying these and how they reacted to the building materials of the pyramids, it is hoped that we can find answers to how the pyramids were built – or at least clues.
WHERE DO THE TUNNELS WITH RED Hieroglyphs Lead?
The most legendary of all the pyramids is, without a doubt, the Cheops pyramid. It is the largest and oldest of the three great pyramids in Giza and is one of the most famous buildings in the world.
The pyramid contains 2.3 million boulders, each weighing 2,500 kilograms and installed with astonishing precision. On the four sides of the 230-meter-long base, it separates only 58 millimeters. In addition, the base is completely horizontal with an accuracy of plus/minus 15 mm.
Initially, the pyramid was covered with a layer of white polished limestone, which collapsed over the years.
The pyramid – the only one of the seven wonders of the world still preserved – was built around 2560-2450 BC. by Pharaoh Khufu (Cheops) and is believed to be a funerary monument, although there are other theories around its area of use. Unlike many other pyramids, Cheops almost completely lacks inscriptions and details that were usually found at other pyramids and burial sites and could have provided clues.
Inside the pyramid are three previously discovered rooms and a long passage.
■ The king’s chamber. This room is 43 meters above ground level. In the east-west direction, it measures 10.47 meters and 5.23 meters from north to south. It has two narrow trees in the north and south walls – 91 centimeters up the walls. What function they have is unknown.
■ Queen’s Chamber. This room is located halfway between the north and south sides of the pyramid and is smaller than the king’s chamber. This room also has two narrow trees – in the north and south directions, which go first flat and then fold obliquely upwards. Unlike those in the king’s chamber, they do not lead to the outside of the pyramid. The corridors are small, with a width and height of 20 x 20 centimeters and lead to a space blocked by a stone similar to the port, which is adorned with two metal objects. A remote-controlled robot drilled holes in the stone in the southern tree and inspected the space inside with a camera. But we did not become particularly wise. Here, another boulder was found blocking the continuation at one point. In the space between the two stones, there are hieroglyphs painted in red.
VIDEO: Under the pyramids they discovered something
Researchers researching ancient inscriptions happened on a flight of stairs and a series of what they consider chairs, suggesting that the work to implement the huge boulders used to build the monuments could have been completed earlier than previously thought.
Originally posted 2020-02-17 08:56:35.