Lost History of the Giza Pyramids. The Plateau and Cairo underground complexes are interwoven with underground passages, shafts, natural caves, lakes and chambers that contain surprising artifacts, but the Egyptian authorities do not want to make them available to the public. To fully understand the secret information in ancient Egyptian texts, it is important to know the extent of the underground tunnel system and associated chamber facilities that exist beneath the surface of the pyramid platform, as this is where important elements of the Mystery School teaching developed.
Lost History of the Egyptian Pyramids, Giza Plateau, Sphinx
What happened under the sands thousands of years ago is reflected in today’s textbooks, and the discoveries made in the last eight decades confirm this. The Fajum Oasis district, located just a few kilometers beyond the Cairo border, is an extremely interesting place. In this lush and fertile valley, which the pharaohs called the “Lord of the Royal Hunt” and where boomerang hunting, Lake Moeris once bordered the oasis of Fayum. On its shore was a famous labyrinth, which Herodotus described as an “endless miracle.” The labyrinth contained 1,500 rooms and the same number of underground chambers, which the Greek historian was not allowed to examine, according to the priests. “The corridors were confusing and complicated” to protect the numerous scrolls that they said were hidden underground. This massive complex made a special impression on Herodotus and spoke of him respectfully:
“There I saw twelve regularly arranged palaces communicating with each other, interwoven with terraces and arranged around twelve halls. It is hard to believe that they are man’s work. The walls are covered with carved figures and each courtyard is beautifully decorated with white marble and surrounded by a colonnade. ”
Near the corner where the labyrinth ends, there is a 3.60 m high pyramid with large carved animal figures and an underground passage that can be entered. I have been told very credibly that the underground chambers and corridors connect this pyramid with the pyramids at Memphis. The pyramids at Memphis are identical to the pyramids at Giza, as Giza was originally called Memphis. Many ancient writers supported Herodotus’ account of the underground passages connecting the Great Pyramids, and their testimony casts doubt on the reliability of the traditionally presented Egyptian story.
Krantor (300 BC) claimed that there were certain underground pillars in Egypt that contained a written stone record of prehistory and lined the access roads between the pyramids. Iamblichus, the Syrian representative of the Alexandrian school of mystical and philosophical studies in the 4th century AD, recorded the following information about entering the body of the Sphinx in his famous study of the mysteries, especially the Egyptian, Chaldean and Assyrian.
This entrance was blocked by sand and rubbish, and can still be traced between the front legs of the crouching colossus. Previously, it was closed by a bronze gate, whose secret source could only be controlled by magicians. She was guarded by “public respect” and a kind of religious fear protected her inviolability better than armed protection. Galleries leading to the underground part of the Great Pyramid were carved out of stone in the Sphinx’s abdomen.
These galleries were so ingeniously interwoven with the labyrinth of corridors on the way to the pyramid that if you went to the supposed corridor without an guide, you would inevitably return to your starting point. Ancient Sumerian cylinder seals noted that it was the secret seat of the Anunnakovs. “An underground place … entered through a tunnel, the entrance to which is hidden under the sand and what is called huwan ….. his teeth are like the teeth of a dragon, his face like the face of a lion.”
This remarkable ancient text, unfortunately fragmented, adds that “He (Huwana) cannot go forward or backward,” but they approached him from behind, and the road to the “secret seat of the Anunnaki” was no longer blocked. The Sumerian records provide a plausible description of the Sphinx with the left head in Giza, and if this great creature was built to guard or clear an ancient staircase and hidden corridors leading to or around the underground spaces, its symbolism was more than appropriate.
A local Arab legend from the 19th century claimed that under the sphinx there were secret chambers where treasures or magical items were stored. This belief was also supported by the writings of the Roman historian from the 1st century AD Pliny, who wrote that deep beneath the Sphinx lies the “tomb of the ruler named Harmakhis, containing great treasures”, and, strangely enough, was once called the Sphinx itself:
“The Great Harmakhis Sphinx, which has been on guard since Horus’ followers.” The Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus from the 4th century AD made further claims about the existence of underground vaults, which apparently led to the interior of the Great Pyramid. “Inscriptions, as the ancients claimed, were engraved on the walls of some underground galleries, and corridors were built deep inside the dark so that ancient wisdom would not be lost in the flood.” The “British Museum” houses a manuscript by an Arab writer named Altelemsani, which describes the existence of a long, square underground passage between the Great Pyramid and the Nile, whose entrance to the Nile was blocked by a “strange thing”.
Related to this is the following episode: “From the time of Ahmed Ben Toulon, a group of people entered the Great Pyramid through a tunnel and found a glass goblet of rare color and structure in the side chamber. to them naked and laughing and said, “Don’t follow me and don’t look for me,” and then he hurried back to the pyramid. During the survey it was filled with water and during the survey it was filled with water and weighed, then emptied and reweighed.
The historian wrote that “empty weighed as well filled with water.” If the chronicle content is correct, then this lack of additional weight indirectly proves the existence of extraordinary science. According to Masoudi, in the 10th century, the underground passages under the Great Pyramid were guarded by mechanical statues with amazing abilities computer robots that appear in movies today. Masoudi said the machines were programmed to be intolerant because they destroyed all “except those whose behavior made them worthy of inclusion.”
Masudi said, “Written accounts of wisdom and achievements in the various arts and sciences have been deeply hidden to remain as records for those who later understood them.” This is phenomenal information because it is possible that “good” individuals have seen mysterious underground chambers since Masoudi’s time. Masoudi admitted, “I’ve seen things that aren’t described because I’m afraid people won’t doubt their intelligence … But I’ve seen them in spite of themselves.”
In the same century, another writer, Muterdi, described a bizarre incident in a narrow corridor below Giza, where a group of people found in horror that one of their parties had suddenly been crushed to death by a stone door that closed the corridor in front of them. According to Herodotus, the Egyptian priests told him about their long tradition of “creating underground dwellings” by the original builders of Memphis.
The earliest inscriptions indicated that there was an extensive system of chambers beneath the surface around the Sphinx and the pyramids. These ancient records were confirmed when a large cavity was discovered in 1993 during a seismic survey at the Sphinx. The discovery was made public in a documentary called “The Secret of the Sphinx,” which was watched by 30 million viewers on NBC. The existence of chambers under the Sphinx is therefore well known.
The Egyptian authorities confirmed another finding in 1994. The discovery was announced in a newspaper published under the headline “Mysterious Tunnel” in Sphinx: “Workers repairing the Sphinx discovered an ancient corridor leading deep into the mysterious monument. The head of the ancient museum in Giza, Mr. Tahi Hawass, said the tunnel But the mystery is, who built the passage? Why? And where does it lead …? Mr. Hawass said he had no plans to remove the stones blocking the entrance. her outstretched paws and tail. ” The widespread belief that the Sphinx is the right portal to the Great Pyramid has survived with surprising tenacity. This belief was evidenced by 90-year-old plans drawn up by the Masons and Rosicrucians.
The Sphinx turned out to be an ornament that towered over the hall, which is connected to all the pyramids by underground passages.
These plans were drawn up on the basis of information originally discovered by the alleged founder of the Rosicrucian order, Christian Rosenkreuz, who broke into a “secret chamber underground” and found a library full of secret knowledge. The schematic drawings were created on the basis of information available to the archives of the “Mystery Schools” before the sand clearing began in 1925, and revealed hidden doors to long-forgotten reception rooms, small temples and other areas.
Knowledge of mysterious schools in 1935 reinforced a number of remarkable discoveries that provided evidence of further corridors and chambers that intersected the space under the pyramids. The Giza complex revealed important elements of a deliberately built connecting structure, where the Sphinx, the Great Pyramid and the “Temple of the Solar Beings” were directly connected above and below ground. The accuracy of the plans has been confirmed by chambers and corridors, which have been revealed in recent years by sophisticated seismographs and georadars.
Egypt also successfully uses sophisticated satellites to identify buried sites below the surface of Giza and other sites. The new system was introduced in early 1998 and the location of 27 unexcavated buildings in five areas was precisely determined. Nine of these buildings are located on the east bank of Luxor, others in Giza, Abu Rawash, Saqqara and Dasur. Prints from the Giza area show an almost incomprehensible mass of reticulated tunnels and chambers that intersect the entire area, intersecting and intertwining like grids across the entire plateau.
The space monitoring project will allow Egyptian scientists to determine the nature of the large site, the probable entrance to it, and the size of the chambers before the excavations begin.