A lost Hall of Records beneath the Great Sphinx is a popular theory that’s been around for decades and I’m sure at one time or another, every alternative researcher has looked into it.
It was a claim made by the American clairvoyant Edgar Cayce, who apparently went into a trance and saw refugees from Atlantis burying their secrets in a hall of records under the Sphinx. He also said it would be opened between 1996 and 1998 and connected to the second coming of Christ.
But many have continued to keep the idea in the public eye including authors Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval. Some people interpret the images of the Sphinx such as this on the Dream Stela, as evidence for a lost hall of records.
But the main reason for thinking there is a lost hall of records is thanks, in part, to geophysical work by Japanese and American teams who located potential voids in the limestone beneath the Sphinx enclosure and although we know for sure there is one at the back of the monument, another at the bottom of the large crack that runs through the body of the Sphinx as seen by Auguste Mariette, it is the void detected near the front left paw that people want to be explored as it could also be part of a tunnel.
So could there really be a lost hall of records, or could the geology and hydrology of Giza for the past 10,000 to 15,000 years prove otherwise? Watch this new Ancient Architects video to learn more.
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