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Originally posted by kerkinana walsky
the best secrets apparently are those that have no evidence supporting them then.
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.
Boriska firmly stated that people will find knowledge under one of the pyramids (not the pyramid of Cheops). It hasn't been discovered yet. "Life will change once the Sphinx will be opened," said he and added that the great Sphinx has an opening mechanism somewhere behind his ear (but he does not remember where exactly).
Originally posted by smarteye
There is a Indigo child named Boriska who lives in Russia and claims to be from Mars
Scientists point out that the Indigo movement lacks verifiable evidence to support its claims, and because of this, it is considered pseudoscience. Though some of the authors of Indigo literature have degrees in psychology, Indigo Child is not a recognized term in the field.
He has found new evidence embedded in an ancient Egyptian text that supports the belief that ancient Magi performed initiation rites into the Osirian mysteries by entering an underground labyrinth accessed through the breast of the Sphinx.
Originally posted by Marduk
why do people think that there are chambers beneath the sphinx
you means because Edgar Cayce the twice convicted criminal said there was or because Madame Blavatsky the well known fraudster said there was
can I vote bedrock on this one
During the Pliocene the area around the Giza Plateau was flooded by a gulf of the Mediterranean Sea. The GP is built on a wave-eroded terrace in between 2 levels of shoreline cliffs (Aigner 1983). The area around the Sphinx I would suspect was probably an island during at least part of this flooding period capped by hard Member III limestone which was protecting somewhat from erosion the softer Member II limestone underneath producing an outlier of Member III (isolated and elevated exposure of rock). When the gulf regressed it most likely left a small butte or such behind.