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Cave complex beneath Giza Pyramids ?


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British explorer Andrew Collins has claimed to have discovered an extensive series of chambers and tunnels underneath the Pyramids of Giza that is being described as the "lost underworld of the pharaohs".

"An enormous system of caves, chambers and tunnels lies hidden beneath the Pyramids of Giza, according to a British explorer who claims to have found the lost underworld of the pharaohs."

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hahahahahaha.

they 'tentatively' named the spiders they found "white widows"

that happens to be funny to me

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wonder if they will reveal everything or keep it under wraps??

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Maybe they will find an ancient wine cellar

or they might find basement Sphinx

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There is of course a deep pit beneath the Great Pyramid in the Subterranean Chamber. The entire chamber has been carved out of the very bedrock that the pyramid rests upon. There is also a dead end passage so I wonder if this newly discovered cave complex may interact with the Subterranean Chamber at all? ... if there really is a cave complex though of course.

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Personally I like the comparisons to the Egyptian underworld (the duat). If we can learn more about ancient civilization through a remarkable new find like this then I am all for it and hope we learn more.

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