Discussion in 'Past & Historical Events' started by Toroid, Oct 20, 2020.
The labyrinth in rumored to be under that large square court in front of the pyramid. The Grays or Thoth probably told them to build it because they had foreknowledge of an impending killshot to quote Ed Dames. The shafts were probably access points for the stones.
Ed Dames Do you think he really knows anything except how to tell wild yarns? He doesn't even know about the real remote viewers in the U.S. Army. And what does he mean by "impending killshot"?
View of The Pleated Dress of Nywty
Egypt discovers 250 tombs of Old Kingdom, Ptolemaic dynasty in Sohag - Xinhua | English.news.cn
Behind the scenes footage of the Lost City.
I'm surprised you don't have a funny comment for this image.
Pharoah Zahi may put a curse on me if I have a go at him.
Zahi Hawass meets with Saudi officials to discuss excavations at Ramses III site in KSA - Egypt Independent
Happy Birthday today for King Zahi.
It is worth mentioning that Hawass was born in a small village near Damietta, Egypt, in 1947, and used to dream about becoming a lawyer. He obtained a bachelor’s arts degree in Greek and Roman antiquities from the Alexandria University in 1967 as well as received a Fulbright Fellowship from Pennsylvania University, in Philadelphia, to study Egyptology. Hawass also obtained a master’s degree in arts in Egyptology and Syrian-Palestinian Archeology in 1983, and a Ph.D. in Egyptology in 1987. He served as chief inspector of the Giza but left the position in 1993 and was reinstated a year later. Hawass also served as director of Giza in 1998, and as the Secretary-General of the Antiquities Supreme Council in 2002. During his work in the pyramids, he discovered the workers tombs who built the Giza Pyramids, the Golden Mummies Valley in the marine oases, and the oases ruler cemetery. Hawass was later appointed as the first Minister of State for Antiquities.
Great place for meditation. Just look at that geometry.