ATS search results for "sphinx chamber"
Originally posted by Mondogiwa
I reviewed the threads here and cannot find anything on the Sphinx per say!
By all means, we can have a new discussion, but there are definitly lots of previous discussions that you might want to check out too.
My question is, what do you believe is actually below the Sphinx??
Please include any reason that you believe what you do,
I beleive this because no credible evidence suggests that there is anything beneath it other than the normal ground material, and because previous
diggs for such secret chambers as have been alleged to exist have found nothing. The closest that there ever was to a suggestion of something being
there were some remote scans of the ground, however, upon digging where the chamber/cavities supposedly were located, there was nothing.
Doesn't legend say that the libraries of Alexander the great are buried there?
I don't want to single you out, but thats a simply fascinating juxtaposition of different facts and ideas.
There was a "Great Library" in the city of Alexandria.
There are stories about chambers under teh sphinx.
There are stories about ancient atlantian records being in those chambers.
I think those are the three things that you are smashing together to get that statement.
In he documentry they showed that there is a tomb underneath the sphinx by using sonar
No one has demonstrated that there is a chamber, tomb, record hall, or otherwise.
These kinds of remote sensing methods and data are interpretable, they are not open to simplified or easy reading. There was, not long ago, a group
that used these kinds of methods to scan the ground, they beleived that there was evidence of a chamber. Hawas gave permission to dig, I beleive he
even participated in the dig, there was absolutely nothing there, right where the chamber was supposed to be. The anomoly in the data was caused by
other things, not a chamber. Natural things can screw up those kinds of methods.
They wanted to excavate it but the person in charge of egyptian archeaology, I forget his name, wouldn't allow them.
Zahi Hawas is the archaeologist who is in charge of that area, he has, in the past, cooperated with such requests. Digging under or near the sphynx is
dangerous, it could easily disturb the ground it rests on and greatly damage it. Nonetheless, Hawas cooperated. There was nothing there. To this day,
peopel still, in error, try to make it out that Hawas is stiffling this kind of research, that he's the bad guy here. He cooperated on a curious
matter, at great risk, and got burned for it.