#Egypt #travel Searching for Khufu: More Anomalies Under the Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient Architects





Hopefully you saw the recent video on the Ancient Architects channel, on my ideas regarding the lost tomb of King Khufu, which Herodotus states was beneath the Great Pyramid and by joining together various lines of evidence this did seem feasible to me:

As I stated, it is a working hypothesis, it’s not absolute, finished and polished. As with a lot of my research, I present where I’m currently at and how I’m thinking and when I find new evidence I adapt the hypothesis and present it accordingly. Often comments from viewers present the problems with a hypothesis, which I and, to be honest, any researcher needs to hear, address and take on board.

In reality, all real research into the ancient world is on-going and new evidence often comes to light when new research is undertaken, whether its an old historical or observation, an ancient text or scientific analysis and so on.

As stated in my previous video, it was Jean Kerisel who discovered geophysical anomalies below and to the west of the Great Pyramid’s horizontal passageway back in the 1990s.

Kerisel was always adamant Herodotus was right and Khufu was buried under the pyramid inside the hidden chamber in the bedrock, but sadly he passed away in 2005 without ever being able to get to the bottom of the mystery.

I’d love to be able to continue his work and look for evidence to back up his claims because the work he did before he died was incredibly important. I’m about 20 years behind Kerisel and have a lot to catch up on but my previous video on finding Khufu already needs revision because there are a couple of errors, anomalies and observations that really need to be taken into account.

In this video, I look at the position of the apex of the pyramid in relation to the Subterranean Chamber and I also note further anomalies including large fissures in the horizontal passage at the end of the Desending Passageway, as well as giving my own ideas as to what this could mean.

Again, this hypothesis continues to be a work in progress and I’m sure I will adapt and amend the ideas the more I learn. Thank you watching and please like, subscribe and comment your thoughts below.

Sources:
An amazing look into the Horizontal Passage and Subterranean Chamber:
The Nile and it’s Masters: Past, Present, Future, J. Kerisel

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  1. Even if there is something there, why it has to be the burial chamber? Why can't it be some embalming material storage room or something? That's the problem with all these alternative researchers, it's always all about sensationalism.

  2. I think you may be onto something, because of settling, cracks occur; even in modern concrete, it is caused because of air pockets being filled, but in this case, there should not be any pockets; so…

  3. If the great pyramids were in the US or Europe you can bet there would more open and greater research into their purpose. Unfortunately the Egyptian authorities are known for their secrecy and lack of openness towards foreign researchers (unless money is involved). I really like your videos, they stir the imagination, which is essential in gaining deeper knowledge. Keep up the good work

  4. Maybe a lose speculation, but could the whole Gizah complex not have an underground system of tunnels that are interconnected with each other, the same as "The Maya people "had a system man made underworld of "caves" and tunnels.

  5. Great video, as always. It appears that the pyramid was first built thousand and thousands of years ago (before the Younger Dryas event) and then Khufu came along and has his body buried underneath. Keep up the good work!

  6. Could khufu’s tomb be where you think it is under the pyramid but a water barrier was created to prevent robbery? Put him in his tomb. Water tight seal then flood everything. Hard to steal what is behind tons of water.

  7. This is all just another guess, but in the video you show that the tomb was lowered into the shaft highlighted in blue, however it would make more sense if they lowered it into the red shaft. There isn't enough room to twist and turn it to lower it into the blue shaft, the recess above the red shaft could have been created to make enough room to turn the tomb and lower it. I dunno if what i said makes sense but i just thought about it and it made sense to me.

  8. My theory in regards to this is that the primitive (from a technical viewpoint when comparing it to the great pyramid) subterranean chamber and the supposed burial chamber in the bedrock where nothing else then primitive carved out space for what we can only guess at. In this case a burial chamber of perhaps a great ruler or some individual or figure of high esteem and renown by the people. It may have even been a simple shrine to a divinity sort of. These individuals who carved it maybe never had the intention nor the displayed technical machinery and know how, which the great pyramid blatantly stand as witness for. My theory in this case is that the pyramid is a much later addition ( and actually younger then the mainstream considers )and erected by other later individuals who understood the spiritual meaning,importance of that shrine to a divinity or a divine principle.Desiring to sort of glorifying it in a esoteric mystical way.

  9. So according to Herodotos, it took 10 years to build the causeway and the subterranean chambers. But archeologists say the pyramid itself took only some 20 years to build?

  10. They still would of been able to see the difference from the core if like your say its been refilled.if you ever seen a core.it gives you a good look at the make up of the floor you cored.and even if over thousands of years its been refilled.theyd still be difference in the make up of the core

  11. Once it was all flush with underground water, flowing through the cracks. The cracks were filled with rocks to control/contain/divert the water.After years of exploiting the underground water source, it was diverted to so many places that there was not much left six months after high Nile.

  12. All we we to do is wait for Hawass to be gone, then wait for silly spiritual beliefs to go as well. After that, science can be applied and we may the get, at least, a yes or no answer.

  13. Interesting. You could be on to something.

    Is there a working model for the pyramids as hydro-engineered structures, as has been mentioned several times on this channel?

  14. Thinking the pyramids were tombs is naive. Maybe they were for a time, being adopted by the Egyptians – who were NOTY the creators of them. They were built over 10,000 years ago for a function. Pyramids focus energy. The King's Chamber was an anode, the Queen's Chambering the cathode, and the 'grotto' a ground. This was a cosmic power plant, or cosmic beacon. Clearly a huge public works project. Not designed as a tomb at all – this is really stupid thinking by Egyptologists.

  15. If this hypothesis is correct wpuld that also explain the crude khufu graffiti found in the great pyramid? whilst it is pretty obvious he did not build the pyramid it might make sense a worker undertaking this complex work was proud and wanted to leave something to indicate khufu's tomb is there? pretty sure that graffiti doesnt say he built the pyramid but that he rests there?! just an idea!

  16. You're missing some possibilities. The recess could have been where they started to cut the chamber, but then they find the crack, so they move away from it, and then start the chamber proper. This happens all the time in construction projects, either for structural or aesthetic reasons.
    Another hypothesis is that they needed a work area to store people and equipment while they excavated the large chamber. You would not want to return to the surface every time you needed a drink of water or a fresh chisel. Like modern construction sites, one of the first things they do is put down a cabin or storage container to make the build easier.
    Likewise, creating a floor area lower than where the horizontal passage begins allows you to change direction and start digging, and can then be back filled once the change in angle is accurate.

  17. My opinion is that great pyramid is much older and Khufu didn't built it. And off course pyramids are never was tombs, except some small pyramids built later. Different civilisations built pyramids and tater temples.

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