posted on May, 1 2010 @ 10:31 PM
There's no basis for a room under the Sphinx, even the Wikipedia quote mentioned "mythological" and several  tags. At this time
IMO theSphinx is nothing more than a monument. That could possibly change. I will stick by my opinion that the pyramids hold much more than two small
chambers that go nowhere. It doesn't make sense outside of Egyptian mythology that was only "cracked" recently with the Rosetta tablet. Even still
the majority of hieroglyphics were "translated" without proper consideration other than one researcher's opinion on what they should mean. That
opinion was taken as fact.
Think of it like the NYT crossword. There are times when you can put in a word that matches the clue and other surrounding words, fits the space, but
in the end is completely wrong. Happens to me all the time.
It doesn't make sense that there are only a few select places to "go" to and explore in the pyramids. Can someone link to a recent, in the last
five to ten years, expedition of the pyramids? With the amount of precision and unexplained construction techniques like the cement used (which we
haven idea how to replicate or make), I don't buy the official layouts. What about sealed off corridors or rooms in the middle of nowhere within the
Sorry that I'm getting in to tl;dr territory but we should be exploring the pyramids over the Sphinx. I'll take unexplained metal fittings in the
pyramid shafts over a crackpot "psychic" any day.