Recently, utilising the latest scanning techniques, a team have reportedly discovered a 'void' in the Great Pyramid of Khufu
on Giza Plateau.
The 'void' appears to be over the Grand gallery, a location that Jim Wilkie proposed back in 1998 for the location of
a chamber. Jim, and Dr Jan Merta, also proposed in the 1990's there was a major chamber below the pyramid itself.
All of these conclusions were published in 2000 in our two Volume books, 'Giza Genesis, The Best Kept Secrets'
The 'void' as they call it, therefore is no surprise to us!
Giza Genesis Book 1
Giza Genesis Book 2
A report of the recent findings in the pyramid of Khufu with location illustrations
In the meantime, the infamous Zahi Hawass, who has been Hell-bent on discovering such anomalies, including for many years
the so called 'Hall of Records' below Khufu (see more below) takes a different tact - as can be read in this article below
- quote 'Egypt's former minister of antiquities contradicts an announcement by archaeologists earlier this week claiming that
a new discovery had been made in Giza.' Unquote
Hawass slams 'new' Pyramid findings
First meetings with Hawass 1988
In 1988, Jim Wilkie my co-author (RIP) of Giza Genesis, met with Hawass on the Giza Plateau - Hawass then was director
of the Giza Pyramid plateau site - After Jim put forward his ideas of the possible location of a large chamber below the pyramid
(and near the Grand gallery!) Hawass was eager to take this opportunity (as is his want) and gave Jim full reign of the plateau
for a week.
This resulted in the December of 1998, of Jim sending a fax to Hawass explaining how to actually access the location they
discussed, (You can read the full fax in the Hall of Records below).
Unfortunately, Hawass did not follow the advice given and started to dig in other areas, such as the Kings Chamber. Thus
not only making it difficult to access the chamber above the grand gallery but upsetting the whole balance of the chamber's
frequency (see link to Dr Jan Merta and the Kings Chamber.
The Hall of Records and the fax to Hawass
In the link above, The Hall OF Records, at the bottom of the article is a link to Chapter 6 where you can read how the girdle
stones are released in the grand gallery to access the main chamber - bear in mind this was originally written in 1998, and
published in 2000
Dr Jan Merta in the Kings Chamber - frequency sounds 1970's
This is not the first time that researchers have discovered what they thought were 'cavities' in the Great Pyramid. In 1987
a team of Japanese experts believed that they had found previously undetected cavities inside the Pyramids, further challenging
the long-held belief that the Great Pyramid is filled mostly with stones.
In addition, in 1986, a team of French researchers also found what they believed were three cavities in the Pyramid of
Cheops. But after drilling holes through an interior wall, the scientists suspended their explorations because the effort
turned up only sand! But if you read the chapter 6 article, you will discover why the sand is there.
See the L.A. Times link below
Reference to L.A. Times September 28 1987
So, what is actually in this 'mysterious void'? and why is Hawass objecting to the discovery? is it because he knows what
is in there, or is it a case of 'sour eggs', being beaten to the post?
And, why now is this information being brought into the public domain, when possibly the authorities knew of this discovery
some time ago.
Some important and influential people are involved here, and many who investigate too deeply, find themselves being either
ridiculed, or worse!
A record number of discoveries in Egypt have been coming out in 2017, and coincidentally, one may say, just when Egypt
is receiving record low tourist numbers....
Hopefully, we can discuss the reasons why and the what shortly....