‘Ancient alien library’ built under Sphinx could be lost to centuries of floods

An "ancient alien library" lying dormant under the Sphinx structure could contain knowledge left behind by out-of-this-world beings.

While the Great Sphinx may attract tourists from far and wide to gaze upon the massive limestone structure, the mythical creature could have housed an expansive library deep below ground. The tombs inside were, allegedly, destroyed by centuries of flooding.

Whether aliens were behind it or a far more "sophisticated" society than first thought is up in the air, but expert Mark Christopher Lee of NubTV believes the more we discover about UFOs, the sooner we will know.

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Whether the infamous Hall of Records did exist is up for debate, though it is believed to have been used by the survivors of the lost city of Atlantis to store their history. Edgar Cayce, an American clairvoyant, made the claims of Atlantis involvement in the 1930s.

Speaking to the Daily Star, NubTV's Mark said: "The ancient Egyptians always believed that they came from the stars and believed they returned there after death. Quite probably from the star Orion to which the Great Pyramids at Giza align to.

"There is said to be a list ancient library below where the Sphinx is now which may hold the answers and is reputed to be a lot older than main stream archaeologists say it is, with scholars like Robert Schoch having studied it and finding that it’s actually been eroded by water which would suggest that it’s at least 10000 years old.

"Did aliens help build these structures or are we dealing with a more sophisticated society than we thought? I do think we are now realising that history as we know it is not true. Maybe with UFO disclosure we may get closer to understanding our true origins."

Increased attention to the Sphinx led to a full exploration back in 1999, and though Cayce's description of the interior was long-believed, no signs of a "water shaft" were ever found. Cayce had coined the term "Hall of Records" and gave a vivid description of the interior.

He claimed the site was used to house works of Atlantis origin, though no signs of such work were found. The hall, he says, was pyramid shaped on the interior and when discovered would change the world.

No signs of the area are yet forthcoming, though the texts within are said to be in both Egyptian and Atalntean. The Hall of Records, should it exist, was tipped to exist somewhere underneath the sphinx and the Nile River, with an entrance at the right paw of the beast.

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