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What Was Found Inside the Sphinx’s Head

In 1979, the condition of the Sphinx had deteriorated significantly. Urgent measures were required to save the monument—essentially, to prevent it from losing its head. Previous unskilled restorations, conducted by Egyptians using ordinary cement, had only worsened the quality of the statue’s head over several years.

During the first phase of restoration work by an American-Egyptian team, a fellah named Mohamed Abd al-Mawgoud Fayed, who had worked as a child in 1926 on excavating the Sphinx from the sand under the guidance of French engineer Emile Baraize, informed the restoration leaders about the existence of a small hole in the Sphinx’s neck, which he had forgotten about until recently. According to this elderly man, the hole allowed access inside the statue.

Amazed by this unusual revelation, members of the American Research Center in Egyptology, led by Zahi Hawass and Mark Lehner, did not hesitate. They grabbed flashlights and, temporarily setting aside concerns about the Sphinx’s head, ventured inside it. What the archaeologists discovered did not resemble any descriptions from ancient and medieval chronicles. They found a well-tunnel formed by very narrow cavities—no wider than a meter, with a total length of 9 meters. One of the wells led inside the statue’s body, following the curves of its four legs, while the other descended vertically and hit bedrock. Both grottoes formed a 90-degree angle. Their walls were unpolished and looked no more processed than in Castilian wine cellars. After exhausting searches for signs of workmanship, it was discovered that the work had been done from top to bottom, and at the top, there were even step-like holes in the wall, seemingly made to facilitate descending into the tunnel.

In this photo, you can see the perforated (and poorly sealed) passage under the Sphinx’s ear.

Attempts to enter still occurred. Whether successful or unsuccessful, official Egyptologists do not publicize these efforts.

In 1989, a team of scientists from Waseda University, led by Professor Sakuji Yoshimura, used modern electromagnetic radar equipment to discover tunnels and rooms directly beneath the Sphinx. Immediately after their discovery, Egyptian authorities intervened, and Yoshimura’s group was permanently deported from Egypt.

This discovery was repeated the same year by Thomas Dobecki, an American geophysicist. However, he only managed to study a small area under the Sphinx’s right paw before he too was promptly expelled from Egypt.

In 1993, a small tunnel (20×20 cm) leading from the burial chamber of the Pyramid of Khufu was explored using a robot, which discovered a wooden door with brass handles, blocking the passage.

Over the next 10 years, scientists developed a new robot to open the door. In 2003, this robot was launched into the tunnel. It successfully opened the door, revealing an even narrower tunnel behind it. The robot could not proceed further and saw yet another door in the distance. A new robot was launched in 2013 to open the second “barrier.”

Afterward, tourist access to the pyramids was completely closed, and all research results were classified. There have been no official news updates since. However, there are many unofficial reports, one of which is actively promoted by the American Casey Foundation (the same Casey who allegedly predicted the discovery of a secret chamber beneath the Sphinx). According to their version, in 2013, the second door in the tunnel was finally breached, revealing a stone slab with hieroglyphs between the Sphinx’s front paws. These hieroglyphs spoke of a room beneath the Sphinx and a Hall of Records.

As a result of excavations, the Egyptians entered this first room, which turned out to be a sort of antechamber. From it, researchers descended to a lower level and found themselves in a circular hall from which three tunnels led to the Great Pyramid.

What follows is very strange data. Allegedly, in one of the tunnels, the way was blocked by an unknown energy field, which three great men managed to remove. They then discovered a 12-story building extending underground. The dimensions of this structure are truly grand, resembling a city more than a building—10 kilometers wide and 13 kilometers long.

Additionally, the Casey Foundation claims the Egyptians are concealing the existence of a Staff of Thoth, an archaeological artifact of global significance that supposedly possesses the power of technologies unknown to humanity.

At first glance, the Casey followers’ theory seems utterly ridiculous and absurd. However, it would appear less so if the Egyptian government had not partially confirmed the discovery of an underground city.

It is understandable that no information about energy fields has been received from official sources. Also, Egyptian authorities have not acknowledged that they entered the city, so what was found there remains unknown. But the fact remains that an underground city was discovered. Thus, the Sphinx poses a new mystery to humanity.

Zahi Hawass and members of Dr. Joseph Martin Shore’s expedition discovered a cleverly disguised secret chamber under the Sphinx’s front paws, which contained an entrance to a narrow tunnel. With the help of special equipment, they found where the tunnel ended: it concluded at a depth of 32 meters in a vertical shaft, flooded at the bottom. After pumping out the water, a burial chamber with four columns was revealed, in the center of which stood a black granite sarcophagus. They were afraid to open it because ancient writings did not promise anything good in this regard. Considering that the local population deeply believes in these legends, opening the sarcophagus could have caused public unrest.

After analyzing both the results of scientific research and the revelations of a clairvoyant, the director of the Giza Archaeological Complex from the Egyptian Department of Antiquities decided to cease further research of the Great Sphinx and its surrounding area.

In one of his latest interviews, Zahi Hawass criticized rumors about the ancient origins of the pyramids and the discovery of the shaft at the base of the Sphinx. He expressed his thoughts succinctly and clearly: “We found nothing under the Sphinx. We went down 25 meters underground in several places, and there is nothing there—we found nothing! The Sphinx is just a rock.”

However, the government ban on further disclosure of the Sphinx’s secrets would hardly be logical if the Sphinx were indeed a monolithic rock surrounded by sand and groundwater. The Egyptian government halts investigations whenever something important is found that contradicts the official theory.

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