2 Secret Rooms in the Pyramid of Giza

2 Secret Rooms in the Pyramid of Giza. Pyramids of Giza allegedly storing two hidden room that has not been found. Both the room serves as a place to store furniture funeral.

Allegations were made ​​Jean-Pierre Houdin, a researcher pyramid of France, after studying the data an expert on the history of Egypt from the United States, Bob Brier, who combined with a simulated three-dimensional (3D) he made. Search gives clues about the possible existence of two secret rooms in the heart of the big building.

“I believe there are two front rooms in the big pyramid and I want to find it,” he said as quoted by Discovery News website. Pyramids of Giza, also called Khufu or Cheops as the ruler who built the pyramids saatitu is the oldest and largest.

The second room inside the pyramid is estimated as where to store furniture that used to life in the afterlife by the Pharaoh Khufu, also known as Cheops by the Greeks. According to Houdin, the instructions being the front room it gets based on the existence of a similar room in the Pyramid Snefru, father of Khufu. Therefore, most likely the same design was also used in the Pyramid of Giza.

In addition, the blocks are located in the south wall of the room the king at the Pyramid of Giza indicates a road which allegedly neglected leading to the secret room and use the participant’s funeral as a way out of the pyramid.

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