10 unbelievable images of the 24 highly-polished, massive sarcophagi in the Serapeum of Saqqara


Inside a tunnel system carved out of the solid limestone bedrock in the desert of Egypt, there are 24 granite boxes made of precision shaped Aswan granite. These massive ‘sarcophagi’ remain a profound mystery for scholars who are unsure as to what their true purpose was. The sarcophagi range in weight between 50 and 100 tons.

Said by some to have been the burial places of sacred bulls, their real function is far more intriguing.

Researchers like Brien Foerster theorize they are clear examples of Lost Ancient High Technology created before the time of the Dynastic Egyptians.

Whatever their true purpose was, the truth is that they are beyond magnificent.

In order to appreciate their incomparable beauty, we present you with 10 mind-bending images of the incredible highly polished, massive sarcophagi in the Serapeum of Saqqara.

The Serapeum of Saqqara is located to the northwest of the famous Pyramid of Djoser.

This necropolis found near Memphis; Egypt is believed to have been built sometime around 1300 BCE, by Ramesses II.

Just what kind of technology could have allowed its builders to cut, transport, stack and place blocks of stones weighing up to ONE HUNDRED TONS?

Images say more than words, so check out these fascinating photographs:

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Smooth as glass stone boxes,precisely cut weighing 100 tons,underground in the Serapeum, Saqqara
Smooth as glass stone boxes,precisely cut weighing 100 tons,underground in the Serapeum, Saqqara

 


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  1. Looks to me like a work in progress, suddenly interrupted. What are the inscriptions on the boxes saying about the purpose of them? Assuming that big boxes are for big animals is a speculation, could be a kind of family grave too? There is a part not accessible to the public there, what is behind that door? Even if it is to dangerous for people to go in there, we have robots or drones, so we could have pictures. Or is there something behind that door they dont whant us to know?

    1. Originally there were no hieroglyphs on them. They were engraved thousands of years later by the Egyptians pharos’s as to lay claim to them because of their self-styled importance. It is a well known fact that the quality of the hieroglyphs are of such a bad quality that it is almost regarded as graffiti. It is also a well know fact that most of the megalith structures originally had no inscriptions, until the Egyptians came a long and put their “mark: on them. There is also a shockingly vast difference in quality and craftsmanship between the pre Egyptian and Egyptian hieroglyphs.

      1. Thank you, Unchained. Very informative. I looked hard at the hieroglyphs but couldn’t see a name isolated. It appears the writing displays mirror images at the end of the sarcophagi. An incantation of sorts?

    2. Sorry, the door i speak of is not in the images, i know from that from a video about the sarcophagi.

  2. No real mystery. These were constructed by 20 to 30 foot Giants that inhabited the planet in ancient times. Theselecting stone boxes were crafted to contain their remains and those of other human hybrid species. They were removed decades ago for the purposes of cloning to bring these beings back to life. As the days of Noah were so shall the coming of the son of man be.

  3. An observation, the boxes are beautiful and as stated cut with incredible prescision yet the walls of the seraphim appear rough hewn.

  4. Aren’t the outer boxes of sarcophagi quite large, with three or four boxes before you get to the three inner coffins? Could these be the beginnings of another “Valley of the Kings” that was abandoned for some reason?

  5. Hello,
    Once again the same things can be concluded. Obviously we don’t know the real age, don’t understand how it was made, and what it was used for. The Egyptian dynasties found these boxes and gave them a new “purpose” saying a bull’s sarcophagus, probably because a bull fitted more or less in there… I find the lid is quite heavy for a dead bull … he won’t escape anyway ! I seriously think this was part of a “energy” system and that explains why these things were so heavy. The boxes and lids should withstand extreme forces generated by these energies. Like all over the world you can see what’s original (might be older than 12000 years) and what the Egyptian dynasties added afterwards (hieroglyphs and lines carved into the granite). I really think a real fundamental discovery (like electromagnetism, gravity, etc…) has yet to be discovered by humans before we really understand how those people made these things and what it was used for. Main question now is how come there was no transfer of knowledge between 12000 BC and now. Probably a cataclysm that wiped out everything…
    my 2 cents

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