Inside a tunnel system carved from the solid limestone bedrock, in the desert of Egypt, lay 24 black granite boxes cut with the precision our modern technologies, do not posses. shaped from Aswan granite an extremely hard stone.
EGYPT – These massive boxes remain a profound mystery for scholars who are unsure as to what their true purpose was, or indeed how old they are.
Numerous well known figures have concluded the hieroglyphics written upon them, is of such poor quality it is regarded as graffiti, many people believe Egyptian kings claimed precision made ruins as their own.
This is one of the main hypothesis put forward for the Egyptians lack of any records of the pyramids construction. Often decorating them in a more primitive form of writing style.
The suspected sarcophagi range in weight between 50 and 100 tons. Their real purpose or maybe indeed their function, remains unclear, although the were clearly of importance, they were cut with such precision in fact they would have remained airtight for aeons.
Researchers like Brien Foerster theorise they are clear examples of Lost Ancient High Technology, created before the time of the Dynastic Egyptians.
Whatever their true purpose was, the truth is that they are beyond magnifisant.
Well regarded studies for example, into the erosion evident on the sphinxes of Giza, have proven to indicate they may be far older than the Egyptian civilisations.
By several hundred thousand years, Some even claiming they show evidences of past submersion’s.
The Serapeum of Saqqara is located to the northwest of the famous Pyramid of Djoser.
This necropolis found near Memphis, Egypt, is believed in modern academia, to have been built sometime around 1300 B C E, by Ramesses II.
Just what kind of technology, or indeed what kind of man, could have cut, transported, stacked and placed blocks of stones weighing up to ONE HUNDRED TONS on top of each other with such accuracy?
Egypt, a country linking northeast Africa with the Middle East, dates to the time of the pharaohs. Millennia-old monuments sit along the fertile Nile River Valley, including Giza’s colossal Pyramids and Great Sphinx as well as Luxor’s hieroglyph-lined Karnak Temple and Valley of the Kings tombs. The capital, Cairo, is home to Ottoman landmarks like Muhammad Ali Mosque and the Egyptian Museum, a trove of antiquities.
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