Experts are on the verge of unlocking “Lost Chambers“ inside the Great pyramid of Giza revealing a 4,000-year-old secret.
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the seven wonders of the world and the only one that still remains today. It is also the largest one in Egypt and is also the only eight sided Pyramid.
According to experts, the estimated completion date of the construction of the Great Pyramid was around 2570 BC., being the first and largest of the three great pyramids of the Giza Necropolis, located on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt.
It was the tallest building on Earth for 3,800 years until its title was overtaken in the 14th century it by the Lincoln Cathedral or the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln.
Egyptologists and archaeologists coincide that the Great Pyramid was built during the reign of Khufu (Cheops) in the first half of the 26th century BC.
It is thought that its construction was directed by a vizier, architect Hemiunu—believed to have been one the most significant members of the court and responsible for all the royal works. His tomb lies close to Khufu’s pyramid.
The great pyramid is composed of three main chambers, two located inside the pyramid, now called the king’s chamber and the queen’s chamber, and one in the subsoil, the subterranean chamber.
However, new results from the Scan Pyramid project offers conclusive evidence that there may be several other hidden chambers inside the Great Pyramid.
Scientists who are currently researching the great pyramid of Giza using infrared thermography and several other techniques argue how there is at least ONE—possibly two—secret chamber hidden inside the Pyramid, which most likely has remained unopened for thousands of years.
By using infrared thermography, scientists are able to detect energy that is being emitted from a structure or object and then convert it into temperature readings. The image obtained by experts reveals the temperature distribution of the object in question which allows scientists to find hidden chambers.
However, scientists are also using 3D scans with lasers and Cosmic Ray detectors. Cosmic-ray detectors allow experts to detect muons that are produced as cosmic rays crash against Earth’s atmosphere.
Muons pass harmlessly through buildings and people. However, they can help scientists peer through dense material. Experts ‘catch’ muons after they’ve traveled through a structure and measure trajectories and energy, helping scientists determine whether a structure has hidden cavities or not.
It is believed how one of the “voids” is hidden behind the north face of the Great Pyramid. “It could have the form of at least one passageway going inside the Great Pyramid,” Scan Pyramid reported last year in a major breakthrough.
However, now scientists believe there could be more hidden secrets inside the great Pyramid which may contain “time-capsule” secrets hidden away from society for more than 4,000 years.
Mehdi Tayoubi, chairman of the HIP Institute overseeing the ScanPyramids project said: ‘All the devices we put in place are intended to find where the cavity is located. We know there is one, but we’re trying to find out where.’