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Great Pyramid has two secret chambers ?

January 31, 2011 | Comment icon 31 comments



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French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin believes the Great Pyramid contains chambers yet to be found.
Houdin who has been campaigning for a new exploration of the pyramid claims that a 3D simulation of the structure by egyptologist Bob Brier points to the presence of the undiscovered chambers. "I am convinced there are antechambers in this pyramid. What I want is to find them," he said.
A French architect campaigning for a new exploration of the 4,500-year-old Great Pyramid of Giza said on Thursday that the edifice may contain two chambers housing funereal furniture.


Source: PhysOrg.com | Comments (31)



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Comment icon #22 Posted by Spectre1979 11 years ago
Well Hawass stepped down, so hopefully the new guy will be more open... hhmmm something tells me no!
Comment icon #23 Posted by FLOMBIE 11 years ago
what about the chamber located at the front on the sphinx, between the legs. no one ever seems to wonder about that one. said to be a library. They have already investigated that. And found nothing. My link
Comment icon #24 Posted by cladking 11 years ago
They have already investigated that. And found nothing. My link If memory serves only eight holes were drilled. Hitting a chamber or passage would be highly improbable and angling the bore would have little impact on the probability.
Comment icon #25 Posted by TheSearcher 11 years ago
If memory serves only eight holes were drilled. Hitting a chamber or passage would be highly improbable and angling the bore would have little impact on the probability. They did a tad more than just that, read all about it here.
Comment icon #26 Posted by DieChecker 11 years ago
Searcher. Good Read. I did not know about the two holes leading into/under the Sphinx.
Comment icon #27 Posted by tipotep 11 years ago
They did a tad more than just that, read all about it here. Is it just me or does that information on catchpenny seem a tad confusing ? Hancock and Bauval quote SRI geophysicist Lambert Dolphin, who relayed to me a rather different conclusion in a personal correspondenceNext we drilled 4 inch bore holes on the anomalies and inspected the hole with downhole TV. Nothing was found except small cracks. We paid special attention to the front paws, and under the paws. No chambers! I do not believe there are any chambers under the Sphinx at this point in time. and then ... It appears that there may i... [More]
Comment icon #28 Posted by TheSearcher 11 years ago
Is it just me or does that information on catchpenny seem a tad confusing ? and then ... Lets not take any notice of the Hancock , Buval & "prophet " bits , im wondering the 4" drill holes , are they talking 4" diameter ? if so how deep did they drill ? TiP. Your first quote is from the first attempt to find anything big enough to be a "chamber" or repository of "Atlantean wisdom", which was in the late 70's. The other passages have been discovered more recently, if I'm not mistaken, in the 90's, which will account for the different technologies used and procedures used. There are passages... [More]
Comment icon #29 Posted by tipotep 11 years ago
Your first quote is from the first attempt to find anything big enough to be a "chamber" or repository of "Atlantean wisdom", which was in the late 70's. The other passages have been discovered more recently, if I'm not mistaken, in the 90's, which will account for the different technologies used and procedures used. There are passages within the sphinx. There are also tunnels or passages under and around the sphinx, these are all acknowledged by orthodox science and even by Hawass, if I'm not mistaken. However there is no repository of "Atlantean wisdom" But I know Catchpenny can be hard to f... [More]
Comment icon #30 Posted by tipotep 11 years ago
I have been doing some research and came across some more info on the original 1978 project , its quite a large paper but well worth the read .. My link Here is a few snippets i found interesting ... They do mention the drill holes but not the depth they went down , they do mention being able to drill up to one hundred feet if they wanted With permission from the Giza Inspectorate we drilled a total of 5 four-inch drill holes on each the significant resistivity/seismic anomalies. Three holes were in the temple area below the sphinx and two were in the platform (bedrock floor) around the sphinx... [More]
Comment icon #31 Posted by TheSearcher 11 years ago
I have been doing some research and came across some more info on the original 1978 project , its quite a large paper but well worth the read .. My link Here is a few snippets i found interesting ... They do mention the drill holes but not the depth they went down , they do mention being able to drill up to one hundred feet if they wanted This project was funded in part by ARE - thats right Searcher - meh your mate Cayce , at least the finding didn't make his case any stronger - in fact it was the opposite . Im going to try to find out about the Japanese project next . TiP. My friend Cayce hey... [More]


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