On a notable day in 1932, Edgar Cayce, while under a deep trance, unveiled a series of striking proclamations. Firstly, he posited that the renowned Great Pyramid of Giza was constructed over 12,000 years ago, predating most conventional historical accounts. But what perhaps left listeners more astounded was his subsequent revelation: a concealed chamber situated beneath the Great Sphinx’s right paw, believed to safeguard records from an advanced, ancient civilization – Atlantis.
Plato, the eminent Greek philosopher, had previously introduced us to Atlantis in the 4th century BC. Yet, Cayce’s trance-induced insights delved deeper, enriching our understanding of this legendary metropolis. According to him, Atlantis was not just an abstract concept, lost somewhere in the Atlantic beyond the Straits of Gibraltar. It was a dazzling, technologically advanced city, characterized by its centralized capital cradled by circular canals, grand bridges permitting vessels to pass beneath, and a vibrant, powerful society.
Moreover, Cayce asserted the authenticity of Atlantis, emphasizing that this lost world was established by celestial entities, suggesting an extraterrestrial origin. The implication was profound: other intelligent beings existed in our universe and had previously interacted with our ancestors. While the exact demise of Atlantis remains a puzzle – some say a colossal storm, others speculate warfare – Cayce proposed that Atlantean survivors dispersed across ancient lands. Their legacy? Three “Halls of Records” designed to preserve Atlantean knowledge. These repositories were believed to be located in today’s Yucatan, near the Bimini islands in the Bahamas, and, intriguingly, the Giza plateau in Egypt.
But was there any substance to these claims? Could remnants of this lost civilization indeed be buried near the Sphinx in Giza?
Enter Dr. Robert Schoch, a geologist whose independent investigations at the Sphinx interestingly paralleled Cayce’s declarations. Using low-energy seismography, Dr. Schoch and his team detected hollows or potential chambers around the Sphinx. The most unexpected discovery was a sizable, rectangular chamber beneath the left paw, right where Cayce had prophesized.
However, before these findings could be thoroughly explored, the Egyptian military intervened, terminating Dr. Schoch’s research. This abrupt cessation led some to speculate that perhaps there was a broader awareness of this chamber, with efforts being made to conceal it.
Dr. Schoch remains convinced, based on his seismic evaluations, of the existence of this man-made chamber beneath the Sphinx. Uncovering this, he believes, could redefine our understanding of history, offering insights into our very essence – our past, our origins, and our trajectory. Edgar Cayce might have echoed similar sentiments, suggesting that humanity’s tale is still unfolding, with chapters yet to be discovered.