An announcement that seemingly slipped us by, was made recently within Egypt.
This announcement, pertained to an amazing discovery made within an area of the Giza plateau, that for a number of decades, has been conveniently been shut off from the public…
Although the location is claimed to be a military training base, archaeologists have apparently been secretly beavering away within this remote slice of antiquity.
Announced by the Supreme Council of Egyptian Antiquities, Egyptian authorities have apparently found the mysterious traces of the legendary 4th lost pyramid of the plateau.
This provocative announcement stirred up a gale of protest among many Egyptologists, and the reasons for this may because the discovery, might turn out to be highly controversial…
Although the pyramid is in a very bad state, and this may be due to its immense age, with only a few rows of blocks remain, and these surviving blocks clearly displaying evidence to indicate, that the missing blocks have simply eroded away over the eons,,, this ruin, may not be the most important find in the area, or indeed the purpose for the video.
Along with these pyramidal remains at the site, is another amazing anomaly.
In the middle of this mysterious desert, an enormous staircase has been found, plunging into the desert floor.
Seemingly excavated before this announcement, and left for those who were fortunate enough to get access to the area, to rediscover and photograph.
This enormous staircase plunges straight through a limestone basin many metres in depth, this surgical slice, has revealed an astonishing implication, it ha revealed that the Giza plateau does indeed extend this far, not only that, but it demonstrates the sheer, unimaginable cubic size of this area of stone, a block of stone that was apparently man-made…
Where this staircase actually leads to, is as yet, unknown, although it is thought to drop far below that which is currently visible, and preliminary scans of the area are suggesting that it plunges through the plateau, deep into an ocean of ground water below.
By examining the pictures of the discovery, it appears that the site has indeed been excavated from the sand, having most likely been submerged from view beforehand, the questions are:
Who did these excavations?
Who built this unbelievable structure, or indeed the mind bogglingly enormous Giza plateau?
Who built the pyramids and sphinx upon it?
Where did such an enormous stone plateau come from?
How did they shape and carve such mysterious structures with such blocks.
Or perhaps most importantly of all, where does this staircase lead?
Did whoever undertake this excavation task, manage to discover where it led?
More research and exploration will undoubtedly be undertaken over the next few years.
We will, of course, keep you posted.