360 Video: Mysterious Void Discovered Inside the Great Pyramid of Giza!

By Febronia Hanna

Right after the discovery of the mysterious sarcophagus, the one scientists think might be Alexander The Great’s, Archaeologists unveiled a new void in the Great Pyramid of Giza. They don’t know what it is or what it’s used for but they are very excited.

The Great Pyramid has been there for more than 3,800 years and yet archaeologists are still trying to unfold its mysteries. The discovery has raised a lot of questions about the reason for building it and if there was anything left behind. They will continue to explore the site with non-destructive technologies in order to decode the mystery.

The void is about 29.8 meters long and about 15.24 meters high. Scientists haven’t gained access to it but are very excited about the discovery as there hasn’t been a discovery about the pyramids since the Middle Ages.

Archaeologists used cosmic rays that resemble x-rays called Muon. It is very likely that the void’s function is just to relieve pressure on the outer walls.

WE SAID THIS: What do you think the void is for?!