Secret Chamber Discovered Inside the Great Pyramid

A hidden corridor measuring thirty feet long has been discovered inside the Great Pyramid of Giza. Officials of the Egyptian Supreme Council for Antiquities announced on March 2nd that this corridor is located behind the so called “chevrons” on the north face of the Great Pyramid. These chevrons consists of huge gabled limestone beams that extend upwards vertically. This is considered to be the original entrance of the Great Pyramid.

Egyptologist Zahi Hawass believes this could be the discovery of the century. Scientists from the Scan Pyramids project detected this never before seen corridor by using cosmic-ray muon radiography (high-frequency ground penetrating radar), which revealed an opening in the joint behind the lower blocks of the chevrons, which made it possible to introduce a state-of-the-art endoscope with a diameter of only 5 mm.

They then fed the endoscope through a very small joint between the pyramid’s megalithic blocks. In 2017, this same team of researchers from the Scan Pyramids project announced the discovery of a void at least 98 feet long inside the Great Pyramid. According to researchers, this corridor could lead to further discoveries inside the pyramid. I find the timing of the disclosure of this discovery interesting. If they are allowing the public to know about this, what else have they uncovered that we are not being told about?

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REUTERS: Scientists reveal hidden corridor in Great Pyramid of Giza

Photos by: REUTERS/Sherif Fahmy


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