The Head of the Ancient Egyptian Sphinx is Actually An Entrance to a Lost City – They Covered It Recently

Egyptian architecture and artifacts have always piqued humanity’s interest, with the Great Sphinx being one of the most enigmatic structures ever erected. So much so that archaeologists recently discovered something previously unknown to the public.

The Great Sphinx was discovered in 1936 by French archaeologist Emile Baguettes. The Sphinx was half-buried in the sand when Baguettes discovered it.

According to Edgar, a prophet, there was a Library inside the Great Sphinx when under the influence of hypnotic chemicals.

This library housed a large number of volumes and manuscripts relating to the origins of these structures, with the notion that Egyptian architecture is a duplicate of the lost city of Atlantis.

Later, in 1987, a team of archaeologists uncovered a network of tunnels within the Sphinx. They eventually discovered that these tunnels led nowhere, which added to the mystery.

According to Charles Russel’s reproduction of the Sphinx, it had a chamber of enormous proportions, the entrance to which was positioned in the Sphinx’s head. Simultaneously, the interior of the Sphinx was filled with secret passages leading to different postures.

What’s more astonishing is that there was another pyramid beneath the Sphinx. This pyramid could be the tomb of the Egyptian Dynasty’s first king, Pharaoh Menes, who, according to legend, was chosen by the gods to rule the Earth.

Egypt never ceases to astound us with new discoveries and unsolved mysteries. It’s odd how they chose to conceal the hole in Sphinx’s head. What are your thoughts on all of this?


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