Recently, the fourth abandoned pyramid of the Giza Plateau was uncovered out of nowhere. This finding, in itself, triggered a number of rucksacks, to say the least, since it is by far the oldest pyramid ever found in Egypt and is thought to have been designed by a separate architect from those who built the other three pyramids here.
It all started when a team of specialists decided to dig a huge staircase that seemed to lead nowhere at first. Soon after they started digging the location, exposing the reality that this is indeed a hidden gateway to the fourth Pyramid.
The pyramid itself is very weakened, to say the least since it is the oldest of the groups and the experts assume it is related to the ancient Sphinx, which is thought to predate the Egyptian civilization as a whole.
Again, nobody has many clues who might have designed it in the first place, but what we do know is that at the end of the day, there must be an explanation that we never heard about it before.
We’ve heard about the Great Pyramid for hundreds of years already, and still, we didn’t hear much about the fourth pyramid. Why?
Experts agree that there is more to this tale than the eye meets, to say the least. Don’t worry, watch the following video for yourself and then let us know what you think.