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Egyptians Fear Underground Mystery Base...Hemeyat Al Zayton

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posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 04:58 AM
This is a very interesting post indeed!
I,m fascinated by the myseries in Egypt and if Hawass thinks he,s doing a good job to cover up the secrets that hide there he is so wrong. The fact he denies there is any difference in the history we were taught in school years ago is more than enough to raise curiosity among anyone interested in this subject.

I hope the op comes back with more info soon.


posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 11:22 AM
First I can neither confirm or deny th OP. However, we were at a after work thing and one of the guys had been to Cairo. He said don't drink the water, it stinks really bad, and there are scary folks there. He said the locals took him to some bar/restaurant- I remember he said he liked a particular beer. I remember him mentioning something about a secret base. I do recall any more and do not know if it was same as in OP. I guess a couple posts reminded me of this

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 11:28 AM
Darn, no map link yet that works. This really caught my attention. My 17 year old has had some interesting things occur in meditation, though he is only really begun to explore this practice. I've tried all my life for a conscious OOBE, and he ran down stairs and told me he was shocked to find himself near the ceiling and returned quickly in fear. Then yesterday, he was laying down and a map starting vibrating in his mind. Suddenly he found himself flying over an area he thought was around or above the Egypt area on the map. He tried to show me something online. I really want him to start writing these things down in a journal and learn lucid dreaming as well. I was hoping to show him this map and see if it triggers anything.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 12:05 PM
reply to post by cenpuppie

I believe that it is generally conceded that Egypt was wet and that the Sahara was forested and wet at that time. This makes the Sphinyx much older than the pyramids and its location may be why the pyramids were built where they are.
More than a few professorial cages were rattled by this development.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 12:09 PM
i did hear about chambers under the sphinx (wasnt there a tv show about it awhile ago?) but the problem they had in excavating them was the fact that the water table has risen so much because of the aswan damn that they had to pump out a lot of water to just get into the tunnels

also wasnt there a university from the US that an taken a lot of equipment to egypt like ground penetrating radar and was all set to check for tunnels around the sphinx when there visa got pulled and they were kicked outa the country?

very interesting post!! oh yea, that guy thats the head of egypts antiqutys department, the guy thats allways on tv? well......i dont trust anything he says, he acts like an idiot and seems to to be covering something up......

be safe people

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 12:26 PM
Well there hasn't been a post in nearly a day, I think this is all en elborate scheme, where are these pictures and voice recordings we were promised.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 12:55 PM
Heard stories from a friend that was Egyptian and went back to the lands of her forfathers, she told me that some parts of Egypt have a cloud of evil over them. Sounded more like superstition, but I guess her stories hold merit, told me there are Soldiers blocking everything, and something about the sphinx and a dig that took place there. Dont remember, it was years ago.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:09 PM
Thought this website would help regarding some legends, aka conspiracies regarding Thoth.

The Emerald Tablets Of Thoth The Atlantean

Just to mention this as well, Edgar Casey predicted that Evidence of The lost city of Atlantis would be found on the the front foot of the Sphinx.

Interesting, it does seem to be intertwined.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:13 PM
reply to post by Judo Warrior

What area of Cairo? I have put in the Al Zayton name etc on Google Earth, but nothing comes up.

So I have put up Cairo - but where can I look from there, of the area you are talking about?

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:18 PM
reply to post by Judo Warrior

Tunis has a subway system.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:26 PM
Here I am again raining on people's parade. Despite the pictures you've seen and travel magazine versions of mysterious Egypt, Cairo is not a primitive place full of bedouins riding around on camels. It is a cosmopolitan city that may have a lot of poverty, but is as modern as any place in the world.

If there was even a hint of something credibly unusual happening underneath Cairo, the Egyptian government, international scientists, archeologists, anthropologists, would have cordoned off the area and be photographing, digging, doing surveillance tests, etc.

Uncovering and studying anything related to Ancient Egypt is a vital component of Egypt's economy, culture, and tourism industry.

You might as well say there are reptile men under Cleveland and it's being covered up.


posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:37 PM
reply to post by Judo Warrior

Recently i posted a video on here that was on you tube about this. and yes it was quite interesting what the guys had to say. it was said that they had encountered tall beings with tails i.e reptilian type creatures. The president of egypt at the time had the tunnels sealed off preventing anythng from reaching the surface.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:43 PM

Originally posted by Skyfloating
I hope the dude learns to link properly. I cant see any of the maps he's linking.

The first link for the map is on a Japanese version of yahoo and it is the bottom center link, although it is not a very good map.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:53 PM

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 02:23 PM
I cannot get the first map link to work (the one), but the second (unlinked) link works: Doesn't really show much, but Helmiet El-Zaitoun (that is, Hemeyat Al Zayton) is there, though no horseshoe bend is visible.

Here is an alternate link that makes the Helmiet El-Zaitoun station easier to locate:

I personally think Judo Warrior may be pulling some legs...

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 02:27 PM
interesting stuff! here's a bit more info i've managed to "dig up":

EGYPT Dr. Earlyne Chaney, in an article titled 'Odyssey Into Egypt, in her occult-oriented magazine Voice of Astara (May, 1982) tells of a discovery she and researcher Bill Cox was shown in Egypt. These were two tunnels, neither of which had been fully explored. One was in the temple of Edfu between Luxor and Cairo in the ruins of El Tuna Gabel; and the other near Zozer's Step Pyramid at Cairo near Memphis-Saqqarah, within the tomb of the Bull, called "Serapium". The Egyptian government sealed both tunnels because of fears of certain archaeologists who alleged that they "lead too deeply down into the depths of the earth," and because they found the earth to be "honeycombed with passages leading off into other depths," and the possibility of explorers becoming lost.

If such labyrinths do exist, then it may explain one story which alleged that men dressed like "ancient Egyptians" have been seen deep in unexplored tunnels near Cairo, as well as possible confirmation of the story which appeared in Nevada Aerial Research's Leading Edge publication to the effect that the U.S.(?) Government secretly maintains a huge base within a cavern of tremendous size (several miles in diameter) beneath the desert sands of Egypt. Could this tie in with the vaque references to a subterranean society(s) referred to by certain people 'in the know' which is/are known as the 'Phoenix Empire' and/or the 'Gizeh People'?

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 02:31 PM
Concerning the part where you're not allowed to travel outside the mainroads in Egypt. When I went there I was told that this was for your own security...

A few years back a bus full of tourists were massacred by some egyptian fanatics with AK47's. Since then these busses aren't even allowed to travel great distances by themselves. They'll make a long continuous 'kolonne' - don't know english word - of 20+ busses with military escort at front and back. Since tourism is a great deal to Egypt they can't afford to let this happen again.

[edit on 5-12-2008 by mortje]

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 02:34 PM
reply to post by Naturally Smooth

Nice work. According to him the old map is different than the new map.

I dont see that though. Neither do I see the interviews and pictures he said he would post.

So either this is so huge that he's run into trouble...or its just someone pulling our leg.

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 02:47 PM
reply to post by Skyfloating

Maybe we can all wend him private messages until he's inundated w/ messages and actually answers? It looks like he edited his post today...
I'm dying to see further discussion of this topic!
No offense to OP, it's just my ineterest is piqued!!!

posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 02:53 PM
I've never had any problems traveling in egypt

get on a superjet and go wherever you want whenever you want, never had any hassle what so ever travelling.

hell you even get drinks and food included in your ticket :p

seriously though, only time I remember being at a checkpoint is maybe near the canal as you cross into Sinai

The only place where travel is kinda tricky is going to Luxor, due to the massacre there are restrictions/guidelines on road traffic going in and out but trains have no such restrictions as I remember.

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