Searching For a Hidden Door Within the Great Pyramid
Is there an unknown room somewhere deep inside the Great Pyramid? If such a room existed how hard
would it be to find?
The first barrier is the Egyptian people at that time, the Pharaoh himself, his architects, and his builders.
Their accomplishment shows how intelligent and ingenious they were. If they decided on a location that
would be a secret forever, men who were well capable of making their thoughts a reality would make
their decision. This would include defeating any attempt by a robber who would harm the tomb or the
Pharoah’s body. Everything would be done to deny such a person any sense of direction and try to have
that person look in the wrong place.
A second barrier negates finding a room today. It  is almost impossible without removing parts of the
Pyramid itself. Nobody would want to do that.

What needs to be done is this. Examine the problem that faced the ancient Egytians and see how we
would approach it.

The second barrier seems to be our only recourse. We have the engineering that was used. Can we
reverse engineer it? When you study the design that has been put before you many things become
apparent. Especially the mathematics and the strict adherence to particular positions e.g. the top of the
Great Step, the King’s chamber floor height from the base, the Queen’s chamber floor height from the
base, the Intersection and the Entrance.
Everything looks good, the Egyptians deserve all credit for what they did…..but…..is there a mistake?
The granite blocks are a perfect plug that would shield a doorway that would give access to another
part of the Great Pyramid, a doorway that would never be discovered.

If, and it is a big if, is there a doorway? Assuming that there is a door there is only one place it can be.
Don’t forget the thinking process of the ancients, they thought of everything.

The entry into the Pyramid interior via the granite blocks will be on the underside not on the top.
Burrowing up on top of the blocks is the way that anyone would take. Even a fool will not burrow under
fifteen tons of granite. But then again many fools have become Pharoahs, Emperors and Kings.
It is quite possible that the Pyramid was not finished when Khufu died. This means that no workers
would have been left inside.
Base to door floor level.
124.5262 / 41.5087 = A ratio of 3.

Descending passage floor to door floor level.
41.5087 / 10.3779    = A ratio of 4.

Criticism of this idea is expected. It is ludicrous. But then again we don’t really know do we?
There is no doubt that the granite blocks were in the Grand Gallery at one time. They were kept there
until the hidden funerary complex was completed, embellished, and decorated ready to receive the
body of the Great Pharaoh returning to the gods.  After the Pharaoh was interred the blocks would be
lowered into place, where we see them now. As this work was being done the Pyramid would still be
rising. It is said that Khufu the Pharaoh who commissioned the Great pyramid died in the year
2566BC and would be dead before the Pyramid was completed. Assuming that this was the case the
pyramid would be completed as it was meant to be, long after the Pharaoh was laid to rest.

In this instance the year of his death is of no consequence, only the method of closing the tomb is
important.

The funerary procession would  have traveled down the Descending passage then turn up into the
Ascending passage before entering the funerary complex. When the priests had completed their
tasks they would have left. The granite blocks were lowered into place sealing the Pharaoh's body
from the world forever.

When the blocks were in place the Descending passage roof was repaired so that no evidence was
left to guide a robber to this spot.
QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED
What is the height of the Great Pyramid of Giza
What is the length of the base of the Great Pyramid of Giza
What is the slant height of the Great Pyramid of Giza
What are the Pyramid of Giza entrance dimensions
What are the dimensions of the interior of the Great Pyramid of Giza
What are the measurements of the Great Pyramid of Giza
What are the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza
What is the angle of the Great Pyramid of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza
What is the measurement of the passages
What is the angle of the passages
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The granite blocks were hidden from anyone using the Descending passage. The important word here
is ‘hidden’. As the granite blocks were hidden why had they to be granite, since no one could find them
they could have been sandstone or any other material for that matter. Abdullah Al Mamoun proved that
they did not do the job that we think they were put there for. Why were they hidden? Why were they
made of granite? There has to be a reason.
Could it be that the blocks are an almost immovable object, an object that would never deteriorate in
any foreseeable future. Even in the thousands of years ahead of us these blocks will still be as they
are today.
Take a look at the granite blocks in the Ascending passageway, three of them, a total of fifteen feet of
solid granite. Why are they there? It is said they are there to stop robbers accessing the Ascending
passage and thence through the grand Gallery to the burial chamber. This did not work since Abdullah
Al Mamun did exactly that around 820 AD.
The persons responsible left knowing that they had outwitted all thieves, no one would ever know
what wiles they had concocted deep within the Great Pyramid. They were satisfied with their results.
They never thought that someone one day would say "Why granite"
Extend the Ascending passage floor line to the Pyramid base. The bottom of the door that we are
looking for will be 41.5087 from the Pyramid base and will be 10.3779 above the Descending passage
floor.
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