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Revisited: Hall of Records

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posted on May, 31 2011 @ 05:16 PM
It won't be long now, before the real big changes.

posted on May, 31 2011 @ 06:54 PM
Howdy Sargoth

Originally posted by Sargoth
It won't be long now, before the real big changes.

Ah like what may I ask?

Oh for the earlier posts, here is a puzzler for you. If the Egyptians were so determined to keep this 'secret' why have they allowed multiple remote investigations to include drilling holes into the area around the Sphinx?

One wonders
edit on 31/5/11 by Hanslune because: Add a note

posted on May, 31 2011 @ 07:09 PM
Every so often you here rumours that they are digging under the sphinz..

posted on May, 31 2011 @ 07:10 PM

Originally posted by serbsta
The rumored Hall of Records has been shrouded in controversy and has been the subject of conspiracy theory for many years. I thought it would be interesting to bring this topic back to life here on ATS as it would serve to enlighten those who were previously unaware of the Hall and its stories and in doing so, get the more knowledgeable opinions of some of our senior members on the topic.

What is the fabled 'Hall of Records'?

Hall of Records is reportedly a library buried under the....................


What is rumored to be in the Hall of Records?

It was Edgar Cayce, the "sleeping prophet," who popularized the idea of a secret chamber associated with the Sphinx. According to Cayce, there is a "Hall of Records" with an entrance to be found between the paws of the Sphinx. In answer to the request, "Give in detail what the sealed room contains," Cayce answered:

A record of Atlantis from the beginning of those periods when the Spirit took form, or began the encasements in that land; and the developments of the peoples throughout their sojourn; together with the record of the first destruction, and the changes that took place in the land; with the record of the sojournings of the peoples and their varied activities in other lands, and a record of the meetings of all the nations or lands, for the activities in the destruction of Atlantis; and the..........]

Nomen nudum

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The phrase nomen nudum (plural nomina nuda) is a Latin term, meaning "naked name", used in taxonomy and in zoological and botanical nomenclature. It may or may not be written in italics, depending on style.
The term is used to indicate a designation which looks exactly like a scientific name of an organism


Hanuman Ramayana

After the victory of Rama over Ravana, Hanuman went to the Himalayas to continue his worship of the Lord. There he scripted a version of the Ramayana on the Himalayan mountains using his nails, recording every detail of Rama's deeds. When Maharishi Valmiki visited him to show him his own version of the Ramayana, he saw Hanuman's version and became very disappointed.

When Hanuman asked Valmiki the cause of his sorrow, the sage said that his version, which he had created very laboriously, was no match for the.......

posted on May, 31 2011 @ 07:17 PM
reply to post by purplemer

Considering the Sphinx is part of a 'solid' piece of limestone, digging wouldn't be possible. Now the limestone there has cracks in it which have been widen by water - and the water table is quite high there too - so any quarring of the rock would require a great deal of machinery - hard to hide from all those pesky tourists.

posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 04:50 PM
They've done some digging around the Sphynx, and there's been several ground penetrating radar studies... all of which find nothing. There's a small opening under the chest as I recall, and one under the haunches but no artifacts were found in either location... nor would I expect them to be found there. Any "door" or other opening would be visible... and loot-able by bandits in the ancient past, when the area around Giza was no longer a famous worship site and gradually fell into ruin.

posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 09:43 AM
As I like to do on these occassions is to challenge the believers in Cayce's prediction to actually go read the texts of what he said the several times he mentioned this subject.

Not what numerous websites say he said but what he really did.

You might find it informative.

posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 05:43 PM

Originally posted by Kryties
Zahi Hawass - Secretary General of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities is the dodgiest, most corrupt and habitually lying archeologist known to man. This man has been the instigator of blocking ALL outside attempts at performing digs and expeditions to answer claims like the Hall of Records.

That may be true but it's also more complicated than that.

Both Zahi Hawass and Mark Lehner were put through school by Edgar Cayce's Association of Research and Enlightenment who are, of course, the biggest proponents for the search for the Hall of Records.

ARE considers Zahi their "inside man" in Egypt and there is a complex relationship there.

Egypt is proud of their heritage and any discovery that would upset that, such as the Hall of Records, would not necessarily be welcome. In addition, Hall of Records is a fringe subject and NOT mainstream science, so right away it doesn't get priority, at best, and will be scoffed at, at worst.

So, Zahi has a fine balance on what he can and cannot do. Nonetheless, he does appear to work with the ARE behind the scenes and he has gotten stuff done for them. In fact, the ARE (who REALLY wants to find the HoRs) did express concern about Zahi leaving because whoever comes in after could easily be far worse, as far as access for this type of research.

So, it's not so straight forward over there, unfortunately.

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