I agree with the majority of posters, I am almost 100% certain that A. It wont be a live broadcast, and B. They already know what's behind the "door".
Thinking about it though, they may try and get this excavation of sorts underway sooner than one might expect. I think it'd be advantageous for the
Egyptian Government to "unveil" what lies beyond the passage (after they've cleared out all those unseemly advanced unearthly devices of course
such a time of transformation as the region has been presently thrust into.
I believe it would show a strong and unified Egypt, in touch with the distant past, as well as their present situation, and that it would represent a
positive step forward for the country, on the world's stage in the least.
In vaguely unrelated news, Hawass enrages me to no end. I read an essay recently by Dr. Robert Schoch in Dark Lore Volume 1 about his decades of work
on the Great Sphinx (his website and some of his work can found here www.robertschoch.com...
) and no matter what sort of
compelling evidence he had posited to the Egyptian Antiquities Authority, Hawass and his crones have repeatedly denied giving Dr. Schoch's theories
and findings any legitimacy. Schoch believes (through observation of geological features) that the Sphinx is much much older than the Antiquities
Authority place it, and he has identified multiple chambers surrounding and even directly beneath the Sphinx with geological survey tools. Hawass and
gang have though, time and time again, flat out denied the existence of these chambers or the importance of excavating them on those rare occasions
they do confirm their existence.
Hawass, once again, displays a keen interest in suppressing our history, what he has to gain is beyond me or the scope of this thread, for that
matter. Sorry I didn't mean to go off on a tangent, thinking about Hawass just brought it to mind.
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