Boom! The Great Pyramid is suddenly a top mainstream news story today:
The mysteries of the pyramids have deepened with the discovery of what appears to be a giant void within the Khufu, or Cheops, monument in Egypt.
It is not known why the cavity exists or indeed if it holds anything of value because it is not obviously accessible.
Japanese and French scientists made the announcement after two years of study at the famous pyramid complex.
They have been using a technique called muography, which can sense density changes inside large rock structures.
The Great Pyramid, or Khufu’s Pyramid, was constructed during the reign of Pharaoh Khufu between 2509 and 2483 BC. […]
Khufu famously contains three large interior chambers and a series of passageways, the most striking of which is the 47m-long, 8m-high Grand Gallery.
The newly identified feature is said to sit directly above this and have similar dimensions. […]
[ScanPyramids team using hologram]
Needless to day, this discovery goes perfectly with our ongoing “Fifth Element/Stargate” theme in which Giza/pyramid/sphinx has been a major piece of the puzzle. Even our “Holographic Vegas/Giza” sub-theme is heavily reflected in the “ScanPyramids” discovery.
[Oct 16 Holographic Vegas: Hidden Pyramid (premium)]
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The overall theme underlying all this is probably best summarized in our October 22 article The Fifth Element Code:
So… now can you feel the “Stargate dialing sequence” unfolding all around us? Stay tuned for our further coverage of this interdimensional development set to intensify as we head into December and beyond.