More Details On The Mysterious ‘Cavities’ Discovered In The Great Pyramid – VIDEO

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November 4, 2016 > SilentCircle > From dailygrail.com

Last week we posted news about ‘mysterious cavities’ being found in the Great Pyramid of Giza, and then later in our news briefs we noted that some – including Zahi Hawass – had rubbished the claims as wishful thinking.

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Now though we have information direct from the horse’s mouth, with the Scan Pyramids team issuing a press release about their latest research efforts. It begins with the alleged cavity on the north face of the pyramid, just above the ‘official’ entry point to the pyramid.
Read the press release here: Last week we posted news about ‘mysterious cavities’ being found in the Great Pyramid of Giza, and then later in our news briefs we noted that some – including Zahi Hawass – had rubbished the claims as wishful thinking.

Now though we have information direct from the horse’s mouth, with the Scan Pyramids team issuing a press release about their latest research efforts. It begins with the alleged cavity on the north face of the pyramid, just above the ‘official’ entry point to the pyramid.
Read the press release HERE

Source: http://www.dailygrail.com/


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