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The archaeological world is all o’ twitter that historically reported   subterranean limestone caverns beneath the Giza Plateau (where the three big pyramids rest) have been rediscovered by british new ager and researcher Andrew Collins (described in his new book Beneath the Pyramids), previously reported anciently by the greek Herodotus, describing an extensive labyrinth of passageways with “1,500 halls and rooms” (hewn from the limestone caverns and connecting passageways formed by flowing water through the alkaline strata), and much more recently, reported by explorers Henry Salt, Giovanni Caviglia, and Emile Baraize, who collectively confirm that which Herodotus had either seen or heard about, passageways connecting to ritual chambers going back at least several hundred yards beneath the plateau, from a previously undocumented tomb in the west end of the plateau, through which Collins found a crevice into the labyrinth system, probably the same crack used by Saltman and Caviglia a hundred years ago.

Egyptologist Emile Baraize spent 11 years clearing sand from the Giza Plateau back in the 1930’s, referenced in Collins’ book, that Hamilton M. Wright wrote that Baraize discovered a “subway,” a tunnel system running north-south underneath the eastern side, the other side of the Plateau from where Saltman and Caviglia (and later Collins) entered the labyrinth, the “subway” of Baraize discovered with descending passageways 125 feet down from it, ending with large chambers and side rooms hewn into the limestone strata.  So the human augmented cave system could well be as Herodotus indicated, extensive, andcertainly for religious purposes, the worship of Osiris in the underworld, who was “killed” by 72 conspirators of his courT, see article #2 at

The people at the Edgar Cayce Foundation, who support Andrew Collins’ research and fieldwork, looking for Cayce’s prophecied atlantean Hall of Records there beneath the Giza Plateau in Egypt, are no doubt jumping for joy that the religious cave system, reported by Herodotus (and written of in the ancient egyptian funerary texts), is now known to the world, but don’t hold your breath for any Hall of Records corroborating Plato’s and Cayce’s date for the demise of Atlantis at circa 9600 B.C., because the Great Pyramid of Giza was built circa 2300 B.C., and obvioulsy so too, was the augmentation by stonework of the limestone caverns below, the realm of Osiris, who supposedly resurrected as Horus, the new pharoah, the man as god, an ancient trick for sure, in this case, where Osiris is the biblical Cain, and his antagonist Set, the biblical Seth, actually the good guy, so the pharoah’s invoked the spirit of Cain, not biblically wise at all.

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