The Suspected Seven Underground Levels below the Giza Plateau

July 30th 2021

The Great Pyramids of Giza:

Cairo, Egypt, is often related to as a city from ancient, medieval times with infinite treasures, a timeless city built on Roman ruins. Other than the world’s largest collection of pharaonic antiquities or Pharaohs treasures Egypt’s capital is also home to the last of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Pyramids of Giza. Often called the great Pyramid this enchanting megalithic stone structure built on a large plateau represents one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Located five miles from Cairo city, the Great Pyramids of Giza is considered as one of the tallest man-made structures ever built for more than 3500 years in ancient times.

Egyptologists through their extensive research of the Pyramid believe that it was built as a tomb for the Fourth Dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu. It is estimated to have been built in the 26th century BC & taken around 27 years to construct. Through scientific methods, the age of the great pyramid has been determined to be around 4600 years old.

The Treasure of Egypt:

The Great Pyramids of Giza remains one of the most famous & discussed structures in history. This overwhelming mass of structure built with utmost perfection during ancient times has drawn out many theories regarding their origin including unfounded suggestions of extra-terrestrial activity. A study has revealed that these gigantic structures were the result of experiments conducted during ancient times in pursuit of developing a royal mortuary complex for the rulers. Three primary pyramids was built on the Giza plateau for three rulers Khufu, Khafre & Menkaure for three generations. Other than being the royal mortuary complex these pyramids had a temple at their base & a long stone path leading to the edge of the floodplain.

The treasures of Egypt have always fascinated historians as well as tourists in regard to the pharaohs, the Great Sphinx & even the ancient temples of Luxor all dating back to ancient times. But the center of attraction has always been the Great Pyramids of Giza with its mammoth structure on a great plateau for both tourists & researchers.

And now they are finding more fascinating facts lying below the pyramids.

Giza Plateau - Study & Facts:

Researchers have revealed that the earliest study on the Giza plateau was done by Greek historian & author Herodotus. Herodotus had compiled a book in the early 400 B.C.E in respect to ancient cultures, civilizations & applied technology preceding his time in a millennium. This study was acknowledged by many as no one before Herodotus had compiled a systematic study of the past & managed to connect events in shaping history. Through his study, Herodotus speculated that there were hidden chambers, passages & big spaces below the Pyramids. Further, he felt that the hidden passages below the pyramids were created to align with the climatic conditions & topography of Egypt which was far different from what it is today. Herodotus believed that remains of another ancient civilization existed below the pyramids.

This theory has led to many speculations cause if Herodotus was correct in deducing then the pyramids could be sitting on the most unbelievable time capsule in history. Historically it could not only reveal long-lost cultures but also the use of technologies & origins of that period in writings & images.

In the early 1800s, British Consul General Henry Salt hired explorer Giovanni Battista Belzoni to uncover the underground spaces below the pyramids. These two researchers, with limited technology, surveyed an area at the boundary of the Giza plateau, which is currently termed as an archaeological find & called ‘The Tomb of Birds’.

The world beneath the Giza:

The Tomb of Birds, situated quite close to the pyramids, led to many other historical revelations including one of the entrance ways to the underground world of Giza. With satellite imaging, an underground passage leading from The Tomb of the Birds to the second pyramid was revealed.

This finding was neglected & buried until British Consul General Henry Salt’s 1817 diary journal was rediscovered in 2008.

This rediscovery makes the story much more interesting principally pointing to the theory of seven levels of caves below the Giza.

Seven Levels below Giza:

The Giza, known as the Rostua or meaning the ‘mouth of the passages’, has been considered as the key to the knowledge treasure to be found below the Giza. Seven levels of caves below the Giza plateau are mentioned in the translations of ancient Sumerian tablets. Researchers found that this underground system was home to ancient Egyptian gods known as the Clan of Osiris. However, they also found that before the Clan of Osiris another clan of lion-headed extra-terrestrials, known as Urma, came down to earth & lived in the underground caves of Giza. The remains of their species can be prominently found in the Sphinx & Egyptian goddess Sekhmet.

These seven underground levels were gigantic & made when Egypt was engulfed by the sea, thousands of years ago.

·        The first underground level was occupied by the people of the Egyptian Court & prisoners.

·        In the second underground level, a branch of the river Nile flowed through it & was the designated area for gardens.

·        The third underground level housed hybrids and their gods along with humans devoted to raising hybrid families.

·        Egyptian god royalty lived in the fourth underground level while the remaining levels were dedicated to technology in creating artificial climatic conditions & power generation in lighting up the entire infrastructure.

Does this gigantic underground level still exist? Do the seven levels of underground caves below the Giza have the suspected chambers, passages & pathways? Was it inhabited by extra-terrestrials during ancient times? Only time will tell.

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