Giza Pyramid Mysterious Chamber May Actually Hold The Pharaoh’s ‘Meteorite Throne’

The discovery of a massive previously undiscovered room deep beneath the Great Pyramid has sparked a lot of interest among Ancient Egyptian culture aficionados. However, due to practical issues, researchers have been unable to get access to the chamber in order to determine what, if anything, is contained there.

The Great Pyramid may contain an iron throne formed of meteorites, according to researchers.

While numerous studies are underway to address this issue, some academics have turned to ancient Egyptian religious scriptures and chroniclers to try to predict what they could discover when they ultimately get access to the tomb. One of the hypotheses is that the secret treasure inside the Great Pyramid is incredible — a throne fashioned from meteorites.

The Pyramid Texts have been deciphered by Giulio Magli, Director of the Department of Mathematics and Professor of Archaeoastronomy at the Politecnico di Milano. These documents are a collection of religious inscriptions etched into the walls of pyramids around 2400 BC. According to Magli, the famous throne of Pharaoh Khufu – or ‘Cheops’ – may be found in the subterranean room.

The throne is believed to be made of iron, but as Magli notes, “it would not be molten iron but meteoritic iron, that is, iron meteorites that have fallen from the sky and have been referenced in the Texts.”

While it may seem incredible, proof exists that Ancient Egyptians made beautiful and ceremonial artifacts out of iron taken from meteorites that had fallen from the sky. Tutankhamun’s dagger was discovered in 2016 to have been made using metal compounds recovered from a meteorite. Because of its very high nickel concentration, meteoric iron is straightforward to recognize for modern scientists.

The hidden room of the Great Pyramid of Giza is disclosed.

The data in Pyramid writings pertaining to Egyptian king burials has convinced Magli that the meteoric iron throne might be hidden within the Great Pyramid. He argues that according to these scriptures, the monarch must first travel through the ‘gates of the sky’ and sit on his ‘throne of iron’ before passing through to the next world through the stars of the north.’

According to Magli, the Great Pyramid has four thin shafts that might signify the entrances of the sky. As a result, it’s only natural that an iron throne would be enshrined within the room.

It’s hard to determine for sure whether Magli’s idea is right since no one has gone inside the Great Pyramid’s hidden room in thousands of years. However, he makes a strong argument for what may be concealed inside the elusively hidden chamber, and it’s possible that he’ll be proven right soon.

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