Using special beams, scientists have discovered two mysterious chambers inside the 4,500-year-old Great Pyramid at Giza. The object is known as the Pyramid of Khufu. The structure is considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Researchers have confirmed that after scanning centuries-old tombs with revolutionary radiographic equipment, they found mysterious box-like elements. The team of top tops info found out the details of the opening.
The Scan Pyramids project has been trying to discover something incredible and mysterious in the pyramids since May 2016. So, during thermal scanning, a large anomaly was revealed in the Great Pyramid. The find sparked debate - experts could not understand the nature of the long network of tunnels hidden inside. Now the secret has been revealed: the Ministry of Antiquities announced that 2 anomalies were found “in the pyramid built for King Khufu”.
Further tests are now required to determine the function, nature and size of the find. For example, the Cheops Pyramid consists of three well-known chambers. Scientists say: "Now we can confirm the existence of the" void "that hides behind the north side." Another "cavity" was found on the northeastern slope of the pyramid, but the connection between the two remains to be traced.
According to experts, the pyramids are scanned with beams that “look like X-rays; they penetrate the body and allow the visualization of bones "and" can go through hundreds of meters of stone before being absorbed. " In this case, the rays do not destroy the investigated object itself.
Thanks to new technologies, stunning 3D images have been obtained, which provide an opportunity to look into the ancient temple. Previously, the scientists of the project have already told the details of what they found in the pyramid located in the Royal Necropolis of Dahshur. They found two entrances, one on the north and one on the west. They lead into two corridors that lead to a pair of burial chambers, one above the other.
Specialist Mehdi Tayobi, President of the Institute for Innovation, told Discovery: “This is truly a scientific breakthrough. We have confirmed that the principle of "muography" can be safely applied to the Egyptian pyramids. This opens the way for new research."