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A Natural Spring Inside the Grotto of the Great Pyramid of Egypt? | Ancient Architects

July 8, 2019 By

The title of this video may will you with scepticism but hopefully also some intrigue because it’s something that I’ve been looking into since taking a closer look at the natural mound of limestone that sits inside the Great Pyramid. And before you dismiss the idea of mere fiction, please stick with me, hear me out and I’d urge you to watch to the end, because this is a new, original hypothesis and I really think it’s a major part of the Great Pyramid puzzle.

A mound of worked limestone, also known as an inselberg, is what the Great Pyramid was built upon and although I have, in the past, speculated that it was possibly much taller, the generally accepted idea is that the peak of the mound is located just above the grotto, which is arguably the most mysterious and out of place chamber inside the Great Pyramid.

After studying the interior deposits of the grotto, as well as the construction of the Well Shaft, I believe that the grotto is in fact the location of an ancient natural spring, inside the mound of limestone bedrock that sits at the bottom of the Great Pyramid.

But why is this important? This spring, this source of water known as the grotto, could actually be the key to understanding how water got into the building sites of not just the Great Pyramid of Khufu, but also the Khafre Pyramid and the Pyramid of Menkaure.

Watch this video now to learn about this new Great Pyramid hypothesis, please subscribe and please leave a comment below.

All images are taken from Google Images for educational purposes only.

NB: There are conflicting reports of the size of the blocks in the grotto and whether or not they could be carried through the well shaft. Either way, the blocks are load bearing on the pyramid blocks above and therefore were laid before the pyramid work began.


33 Comments on "A Natural Spring Inside the Grotto of the Great Pyramid of Egypt? | Ancient Architects"

  1. Ancient Architects
    July 8, 2019

    Speculative, yes, but researchers need to explain why there is earth, sand and gravel inside the grotto and why it purposefully linked up to the Grand Gallery in the pyramid blueprint. I think this works. Thanks for watching! Please Like the video if you enjoyed it and please subscribe! If you want to support the Ancient Architects channel, I’m on Patreon at - thank you!

  2. Riley Gilroy
    July 8, 2019

    Wow! Very interesting theory. I'd love to hear and see more about this.

  3. Chris Davies
    July 8, 2019

    More pseudointellectual wank.

  4. jasonpaul82
    July 8, 2019

    Awesome video. Thanks for all the research and logical reasoning. It all adds to well.

  5. David Kilbourn
    July 8, 2019

    Good hypothesis. But I have one little question, How does the "Trial Passageway" fit in? Does it not descend well past the beginning of the ascending passageway? Now I am confused. Can you help me understand this? BTW, your Videos are AWESOME.
    Thank You!!!
    D. Kilbourn

    PS, If I am wrong about this, then my apologies. Which means I should pay more attention to your videos....

  6. DarkMatter
    July 8, 2019

    (edited to be more polite as I wrote it a bit off the cuff... thanks for the reply!!! keep making great content.)
    The content is great... but why do you read like this. every word in an ascending tone, like every word is a questions.

  7. Richard Redner
    July 8, 2019

    OK, I'm at 5 minutes 29 seconds. I want to say this before I go any further. I'm sure most people who have studied enough unbiased information on the great pyramid could tell you the same thing.......
    The "well shaft" and "grotto" are both terms used for water access. The Great Pyramid was built over a deep confined aquifer. My theory is the builder used the water as a power source and built the well as an easy access to pump the water. There is a related video on YouTube of a fluid dynamics professional explaining the features of the pyramid as a large mechanism for pumping, channeling, and distributing water from the confined aquifer, up through the well into the grotto, up one shaft, while the other is used to create the pressure needed to propel the water upwards. The theory part for me, is that the pyramid was used as a great pumping facility that used the water to create electricity, which was stored in VERY advanced and HIGHLY POWERFUL cell which was housed in the so called kings chamber in the so called sarcophagus, which was actually just a batter box. LOL. THE ENTIRE INTERIOR LAYOUT OF THE CHAMBERS, CHANNELS (GRAND GALLERY), SHAFTS, DOWN TO EACH AND EVERY MATERIAL USED IN ITS CONSTRUCTION REVEALS THE OBVIOUSNESS OF ITS PURPOSE. The problem is that it isn't functional anymore to show proof, and Egypt, Egyptologists, Archaeologists, and anyone else that COULD confirm this to the public, does the exact opposite , because it works against mainstreams narrative of the Pharoah's building and using them as tombs.

  8. Nick Molai
    July 8, 2019

    The Great Pyramid is a Nuclear Fusion Reactor that was power by the Nile River. The reason why the Grotto, descending passage, and subterranean chamber is "unfinished" is because it's water erosion. The descending passage is RamPump, the subterranean chamber is water vortex, high pressure/temp, density chamber that caused sonoluminescence in water causing an explosion. The Queen's chamber is a valveless pulse jet engine. The ascending chamber is a linear motor ( 3 granite blocks, 3 granite rings. Grotto holds a constant level of water that is outputted into the Grand Gallery (along with the queens chamber/pulse jet engine and ascending chamber/linear motor/dielectric breakdown). The Grand Gallery is thermoacoustic-piezoelectric resonator/Hofler Tube. The anti-chamber is a piezoelectric diaphragm. The relieving chamber acts as a condenser stack or a thermoacoustic refrigerator. The relieving chamber drips cold water into the south wall, the anti-chamber opens up with hot density atmosphere and plasma is created in the kings chamber. Essentially it's a huge Telsa coil.

  9. downwindspiral
    July 8, 2019

    pzieo- effect-
    grand gallery is
    resonance chamber

  10. Coral Pearce
    July 8, 2019

    Love your videos

  11. Susan Bame
    July 8, 2019

    At the very least, the symbolism is compelling: at the center of everything, water is life.

  12. Paul Samat
    July 8, 2019

    Interesting and credible theory. Great research Matt, cheers buddy!

  13. Carson Johnny
    July 8, 2019

    Ancient Architects man.. Ancient Architects..

  14. RuneRelic
    July 8, 2019

    As an aside. The phallus of Orion needed for his resurrection was lost by Isis along with the 14 pieces. One story says it was swallowed by a Narmer or catfish by the Nile. The carbon dating of the mortar does match that of the unification of the two lands by narmer. Second, you need a different cross section through the pyramid and you will see the giant looking west with feet phallus heart and head. So the lost phallus of Osiris may in fact be reference to the grotto in the great pyramid. Perhaps the Narmer unification was seen as a re-enactment of the osiris/seth story.

    The very 1st Nome of Egypt was of course Syene, from whence many of the most important stones are bought from. It was founded upon the well of Syene that all ancient metrology was built from but also fertilised the Nile. So I would stick with your line of enquiry. Libations were a thing and water a precious resource.

  15. barbara cotie
    July 8, 2019

    It makes sense that the area had water in it. If the osiris pit area has a lot of water so I don't think it's a stretch to even think this. You could be right that it was a spring mound originally because afterall a source of fresh water is one of the most important things people need to survive. I love the fact that you're constantly coming up with new ideas and new theories about these type of things. People who do not even entertain new theories have close minds and hearts. I applaud you on your new idea and explanations and that you just don't spit theories out without research. Many of the things written in old accounts such as them tossing pebbles down into the shaft and heard water need to be researched. Why would they lie about that? People say that in the old writings they exaggerated or whatever but something like that there's no need to exaggerate or lie about it they either heard the water or they didn't. You are awesome I think! Even if you're wrong in the end at least your mind is working and you're digging in to close to try to figure out what's going on with the great Pyramid and what its for. Don't forget Troy was found exactly where the ancients said it was. That was linked to the grand gallery for a reason no doubt!!

  16. Ciarán McMahon
    July 8, 2019

    I'm not sure if you have read my theory in your comments, look at the properties of the rock, here's an interesting fact about granite becomes wet apart from resistance

    "Granite is a natural source of radiation, like most natural stones.

    Potassium-40 is a radioactive isotope of weak emission, and a constituent of alkali feldspar, which in turn is a common component of granitic rocks, more abundant in alkali feldspar granite and syenites.

    Some granites contain around 10 to 20 parts per million (ppm) of uranium. By contrast, more mafic rocks, such as tonalite, gabbro and diorite, have 1 to 5 ppm uranium, and limestones and sedimentary rocks usually have equally low amounts. Many large granite plutons are sources for palaeochannel-hosted or roll front uranium ore deposits, where the uranium washes into the sediments from the granite uplands and associated, often highly radioactive pegmatites. Cellars and basements built into soils over granite can become a trap for radon gas,[citation needed] which is formed by the decay of uranium.[19] Radon gas poses significant health concerns and is the number two cause of lung cancer in the US behind smoking.["
    Gold copper bronze is used in the function, harmonics is the catalyst

  17. Amber Tietz
    July 8, 2019

    I think so too...
    The pyramids are pre noah...
    It may not have been designed to have water.
    More mysteries!

  18. Danny Boy 888
    July 8, 2019

    I agree I have known that for centuries. Ahkenaton

  19. Bridger Mauchley
    July 8, 2019

    Any idea behind the shape of bedrock inside the subterranean chamber? It would seem fins and mounds would need to serve a purpose just as the dead end shaft and pit.

  20. Ginger Oats
    July 8, 2019

    Looks like cornish filling! Bust crust! Jus ask zahawi, he's honest

  21. Ginger Oats
    July 8, 2019

    Its a tomb!!! 🤣 its an ancient bakers oven
    Its in the past-y

  22. Frank Sz
    July 8, 2019

    What if the water flew all the way up the grand gallery and the so-called "King's Chamber" ? The stone plugs they discovered in those shafts were controlled by ropes? Looks like they had handles on them. Ok, so I have zero clue the purpose of the pyramid if it's filled with water with removable plugs in the shafts, but what if it was some sort of a hydro-mechanical device/structure and we have no clue what it was used for?
    All I know is, that all the work put into it, including feeding and taking care of the workers and all the planning and engineering went into it, I really doubt it was intended as a tomb. For the tombs, there are the tombs in the Valley of the Kings. It was something far more important but also very practical and useful.

  23. Parrot Raiser
    July 8, 2019

    Large holes in limestone tend to have associations with water. A source of water on a building site in a desert would be very useful.
    Grabbing large handsful of the Grotto's loose ceiling sounds like a really unsafe idea.

    This sounds like a testable hypothesis.

  24. NoGenieinBottle
    July 8, 2019

    Thank You.Interesting hypothesis and can easily see the logic in it.

  25. ZRecords
    July 8, 2019

    Marduk dug the grotto bare hands to scape the pyramid

  26. Greg Smith
    July 8, 2019

    Another interesting hypothesis, Matthew! I've always wondered why these things are even there. Perhaps you're on to something!

  27. Why Watchme
    July 8, 2019

    Why do you talk like that? With the weird pitch change at the end of the sentence??

  28. Gruxxan
    July 8, 2019

    this isnt a new theory. I had heard that all pyramids were built on natural springs, to protect the source of fresh water. only thousands of years later the springs have moved or dried up. but the pyramids are obviously still in the same place.

  29. alan roig
    July 8, 2019

    Idiotic idea. The only purpose to make the grotto was to be able to contain a big TREADWHEEL CRANE for a few persons that was used to elevate blocks up by the shaft closed after a certain phase of construction. There is a place for the big axis and a pit for the rope, etc. The trace of that vertical shaft is still visible in the ceiling of the grotto and its high end visible in the corridor floor before the Queens chamber.

  30. ValiumMm
    July 8, 2019

    Does this vid, kinda of explain the use of the water in creating electricity?

  31. Jorn Verschoor
    July 8, 2019

    If the location of he Pyramid was chosen for this "natural spring" in the bedrock, than it means it was coincidence that the North Latitude GPS location of center of the Grand Gallery was coincidental the same as the speed of light in a vacuum in kilometers / meters per second written as a Digital number........Yeah, right.....

  32. phlezk
    July 8, 2019

    You are single handedly gonna increase tourism there.

  33. phlezk
    July 8, 2019

    Simply amazing work man.

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