The Great Pyramid in Giza: Tomb of the Giants

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The Great Pyramid of Giza: Tomb of the GiantResearch
Report by Gregor Spörri

According to today’s historiography, the Great Pyramid was built 4500 years ago. According to ancient Arabic traditions (e.g. Al-Makrizis Hitat), the pyramids are much older than Egyptologists assumed. According to tradition, the Sphinx also existed before the construction of the pyramids. Ancient erosion damage caused by water to sphinxes and pyramids adds weight to these traditions. So what if the pyramids date back to pre-flood time and their exterior cladding was only installed later?

The pyramid of Meidum, the crease pyramid and the red pyramid in Daschur are attributed to Pharaoh Snofru. The Great Pyramid in Giza is said to have been built by Snofru’s son Cheops (also Chufu). The pyramid of Chephren in Giza by Cheop’s son Chephren (also Chaefre).
In ancient Egypt, however, it was not uncommon for kings to adorn themselves with foreign buildings. And this is how the ‘building claw’ worked: an incumbent pharaoh had a building or temple complex built before his time renovated and/or expanded. In the course of the construction work, he had the name cartridges and portraits of his predecessor carved out of the stone and replaced them with his own insignia. A typical example of this is, for example, the so-called Helicopter hieroglyphs.

It could also have been the case with the Giza pyramids: Snofru, Cheops and Chephren used the buildings as a sign of their power, for cultic purposes, etc., but were not their builders. They may have had the exterior cladding attached or renovated and/or had other structures erected near the pyramids.

The unfinished rock chamber in the Great Pyramid

30 meters below the Great Pyramid is a mysterious chamber. The room is 14.5 meters long, 8.3 meters wide and 3.6 meters high. However, work on the chamber was cancelled before its completion. Reasons for this have not been handed down. The few published speculations lack any logic. You reach the rock chamber via the so-called descending corridor. The 105-metre-long straight corridor, starting from the main entrance of the pyramid, leads 30 metres below the base level of the structure, where it passes into the horizontal. Nine meters further on, it ends in the rock chamber.

Historical to the Rock Chamber

The engineer, anthropologist and Egyptologist John Shae Perring (1813-1869) became known for his excavations and documentation singerates about the pyramids. In 1837, Perring began with the archaeologist Richard William Howard Vyse (1784-1853)to search for secret chambers in the Great Pyramid. The two Englishmen did not shy away from blasts. The 11-metre-deep ‘Sondier-Schacht’ on the eastern wall of the rock chamber was also created by such an explosion. John and Morton Edgar the Pyramid. When the brothers entered the rock chamber, they faced the huge boulderhem left by Perring and Vyse after their blasts. Today the chamber is clean and tidy. The debris was removed, the ground was leveled and the probe shaft was secured with a railing.

Scientific information on the rock chamber

There are only a few scientific theories about a possible function of the rock chamber. None of them can convince. Basically, no one knows for whom or for what the 120 square meter chamber was knocked out of the rock.

Mysterious words of an old grave robber

I will never forget Nagib’s words, which he said to me before he told me the Relic of Bir Hooker showed: “If you have seen what I am willing to show you, you will look at the pyramid with completely different eyes.” More about this in my novel LOST GOD: Day of Judgment.

The Rock Chamber – a tomb for biblical giants?

Already during my overnight stay in the pyramid in 1988, the two mighty boulders reminded me of unfinished giant sarcophagi. After a visit to the Serapeum in Sakkara and a precise survey of the stone blocks in the rock chamber, a light suddenly came out to me, and the mysterious words of the tomb robber made sense. One piece of the puzzle was added to the other: the 70-ton sarcophagi in the serapeum, as if made for giants. The relic of Bir Hooker – the chopped-off finger of a human-like giant. The ancient legends, myths, apocryphal scriptures, the Torah, Bible, etc., that tell of such giants. And the ancient traditions, which report that the Great Pyramid comes from pre-flooded and thus Old Testament times. Even if the two sarcophagi were only knocked out of the rock in outlines, I can well imagine a ready-made burial chamber for giants, if I give the old grave robber words.

Was the rock chamber really intended as a tomb for ‘biblical’ giants (Nephilim)? A crazy but also fascinating thought that could turn today’s historiography upside down. Again and again I wondered what the tomb would have looked like if the work had not been stopped? Below is a reconstruction of the completion of the chamber.

Was the rock chamber really intended as a tomb for ‘biblical’ giants (Nephilim)? A crazy but also fascinating thought that could turn today’s historiography upside down. Again and again I wondered what the tomb would have looked like if the work had not been stopped? Below is a reconstruction of the completion of the chamber.

Read next: The Great Pyramid of Giza: Secret Chambers.

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