Large megalith discovered in Egypt is a recent discovery

By Derek Olson

A fascinating new discovery has emerged from under the sands of time in Egypt. A massive box weighing approximately 62 tons has been discovered on an area of land that had been appropriated for the construction of a Hospital near Qalyubiya, located about 30 miles north of Cairo. Some reports state it is made of quartz, yet it appears to possibly be limestone. While the preliminary excavations for the hospital foundation were being conducted, the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) swept in with what is being dubbed as a rescue operation and unearthed the giant artifact, saving it from almost certain destruction.

According to Egyptian law, the Supreme Council of Antiquities has the authority to inspect new construction sites in order to ensure the area is free of antiquities before construction work commences. According to Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General of the SCA, the process of transporting the 62 ton megalith was done while observing the highest of standards, which included mechanical cleaning and reinforcement of both the box and its lid. This ancient artifact has since been transported to the Qalyoubiya Antiquities Department where it will undergo restoration.

Due to an inscription found underneath the lid, the mainstream assumption is that this so-called “sarcophagus” belonged to a high-ranking official during the reign of King Psamtik I from the 26th Dynasty, who ruled from 664 – 610 BC. Now while it may have been tagged and re-purposed as a sarcophagus by a dynastic-era official, my greatest question is – was it originally crafted to be a sarcophagus? Could it have had an entirely different purpose? Might it actually be much older than we know?

This box is unique in that it features protruding nubs on its long or wide side. Almost every other box like this has nubs on the short side. Lastly, this box appears to be very similar in size and weight to the mysterious black boxes located at the subterranean “Serapeum” of Saqqara. These Serapeum boxes seem to present many problems to the mainstream narrative that states they too were crafted by the Dynastic Egyptians (circa 3000-30 BC). For example, just one of these 100 ton granite boxes would need an army of thousands of men to transport it down under the ground into the tunnels, yet there is only a couple of feet on either side of each enclosures. How could such a vast army set it into place? What’s more? The granite they are made of ranks between a 7-8 on the Mohs scale of hardness. According to the archaeological record, the Dynastics only possessed softer copper chisels and hammers (3-4 on Mohs scale), which in no way could precision penetrate and shape the granite.

So the million dollar question is were these precision boxes made with a lost technology and are they from a much earlier cycle of civilization (circa 10,000+ BC) that existed before a world-wide cataclysm? Leave a comment below.

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