posted on Jun, 8 2013 @ 02:09 PM
The Sphinx was hewn from layers of limestone bedrock; it wasn't 'built' from blocks upon some hidden cavern or cave network. On that point alone
Cayce was mistaken and he was wrong on the vast majority of his utterances.
Cayce probably got his idea from the writings of Greek historians and the late 19th Century archaeology of Flinders Petrie. Let's face it, given
Ancient Egypt's legendary reputation for missing treasure and hidden gold, centuries of chancers and invaders have also wondered if something might
be hidden beneath the Sphinx. They've looked...
This means that across all those centuries people have been digging and searching for secret entrances. I'm going off recall here - there have been
~4 excavations of the Sphinx ranging from tunnelling down from it's back to excavating pockets and concealed entrances on its side and beneath one of
the front paws. There have also been radar, satellite and sonar analyses that all came up with nothing.
It's the word of Cayce versus 2000 years of written history and a series of international, academic digs and studies. On ATS, the word of some dude
channeling secret messages overwhelmingly outweighs the historians, visitors and academics so yeah...get excavating!