A Giant Discovery That Overshadows the Pyramids of Giza: Long-Lost Pyramids Confirmed in Egypt

The Long Lost Ancient Egyptian Pyramids that overshadow the Pyramids at the Giza Plateau seem to be a reality.

These so-called lost Pyramids could change the entire history of Ancient Egypt.

The mysterious ‘pyramids’ discovered in 2012 by American researcher Angela Micol were dismissed at first by many as being only sandy mounds and not man-made structures in the desert. But 34 rare, antique maps might prove these structures, re-discovered in 2012 might be Pyramids larger than those found at the Giza Plateau. According to satellite imagery, one of the monuments is three times the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

“It has emerged these formations are labeled as pyramids on several old and rare maps,” Micol told Discovery News.

These structures could outshadow the Pyramids of the Giza Plateau
These structures could outshadow the Pyramids of the Giza Plateau

According to Micol, the site where the monuments were found includes a 620 ft-wide triangular plateau which is believed to be nearly three times the size of the best-known Ancient Egyptian Pyramid.

This has not been the first time the archaeological community has dismissed huge discoveries. It seems that every once in a while when a history-changing discovery is made somewhere on the planet, it is quickly dismissed by scholars as being unimportant or fake. The best example of that are the Bosnian Pyramids located in Visoko.

Not long ago, the discovery of the giant Underground Ancient Egyptian labyrinth had similar problems with mainstream scholars and governments who decided to maintain the discovery a secret.

Lost Ancient Egyptian Pyramid

“The images speak for themselves,” Micol said when she first announced her findings. “It’s very obvious what the sites may contain, but field research is needed to verify they are, in fact, pyramids.”

While authoritative scholars have remained skeptical about the finding and dismissed the ‘structures’ as “Google Earth Anomalies” evidence has surfaced which supports Micol’s findings.

“After the buzz simmered down, I was contacted by an Egyptian couple who claimed to have important historical references for both sites,” Micol said.

The couple were Medhat Kamal El-Kady, former ambassador to the Sultanate of Oman, and his wife Haidy Farouk Abdel-Hamid, a lawyer, a former counselor at the Egyptian presidency and adviser of border issues and international issues of sovereignty who happened to be collectors of ancient maps, old documents, books and other rare historical documents.

According to Micol, three maps dating from 1753 to the late 1880s show the existence of the pyramids
According to Micol, three maps dating from 1753 to the late 1880s show the existence of the pyramids

The story gets extremely interesting here. According to Medhat Kamal El-Kady and Haidy Farouk Abdel-Hamid the formations discovered by Micol near Abu Sdihum are labeled as being Pyramids in several ancient maps of the region.

“For this case only, we have more than 34 maps and 12 old documents, mostly by scientists and senior officials of irrigation,” El-Kady and Farouk told Discovery News.

According to the couple, there are at least three maps that verify Micol’s findings:

A map which dates back to 1753, made by Robert de Vaugoudy.

A rare map made by Napoleon Bonaparte’s Engineers.

And a map by Major Brown, which dates back to the 1880’s.

Interestingly, there are several ancient documents that prove the mounds discovered by Micol are in fact ancient pyramids, which were buried in an attempt to hide their existence forever.

Even though the site hasn’t been investigated properly by archaeologists who remain extremely skeptical about the finding, according to Mohamed Aly Soliman, one of the individuals who visited the site near Abu Sidhum stated that these mounds were built with different layers that do not belong the surrounding landscape, meaning that these were artificial structures made by ancient Egyptians and not natural formations as many have dismissed.

“Those mounds are definitely hiding an ancient site below them,” Mohamed Aly Soliman, who led the preliminary expedition near Abu Sidhum, told Discovery News.

“First of all, the land around them is just a normal flat land. It is just desert — sand and stones,” he said. “The mounds are different: You will find pottery everywhere, seashells and transported layers. These are different layers, not belonging to the place, and were used by the Egyptians to hide and protect their buried sites,” he said.

“Describing himself as “one of the many Egyptians obsessed with the pharaohs’ civilization,” Aly has a background as a private investigator and has been studying to identify archaeological sites in Egypt.

“If we look back in history we will find that pharaohs were using seashells in building their tombs and pyramids for ventilation purpose,” Aly said.

According to legends, the area near the pyramids is said to harbor ancient secrets and contain ‘great magic’.

If the discovery proves to be a genuine Pyramid, it would be the largest ever discovered in Egypt, making it an unprecedented discovery in the history of mankind.

“The images speak for themselves. It’s very obvious what the sites may contain, but field research is needed to verify they are, in fact, pyramids,” said Micol.




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  1. Exciting! There HAS to be a lot of things to discover.. after all, we know now that the Sahara and indeed the whole middle east was once lush and green. Stands to reason there was a lot more to the civilizations there! I look forward to seeing what they find!

  2. Really good news and didn’t Edgar Casey predict there would be a huge city made from real gold found within a desert can’t wait to see this find when it happens he’s never wrong

  3. Anyone who calls themselves “archeologist,” then proceeds to do preliminary investigation of some site on Earth, and then further proceeds to dismiss their findings as unimportant, is engaging in absurd practices which include hypocrisy, desertion of duty, and generally being full of shit as a public figure.

    1. unfortunately its hard to get funding and approval for an extremely expensive “dig” unless you have a smoking gun. It is not riches that come to an archeologist, they are not “explorers” – they are the people who catalogue and protect what is there, not the people that find it. Those people are something else.

  4. So, somebody drove out there and…?
    It’s been theorized that the idea for the pyramids and the Spinx came from natural geological formations. In fact, the video clip starts with one such formation.
    I’m sure that there will be a “documentary” where people go exploring. It will be filled with speculation and re-enactments. Then, in the final few minutes, something will keep them from getting a answer. There will be some drama but the closing would go “What mysteries are still out ther under the sands….”

  5. Why aren’t these articles ever dated- They need to start letting us know when they are written so we can see when new evidence comes into play

  6. Well what can i say, most people find something post it on google communtiy maps or earth to find out that their find and post is gone 3 a 5 years later, and then to find out on the news that someone find something about something you posted years back.
    Most archaeologist dont reply back to you, and when they do they ridicule you as if you are a melon or something,it’s emagination ,just a lump or weird structure that looks familair but is just nature that plays a game on us humans.
    Sure nature makes straight lines,perfect squares,rectangles,round circles,tryangles,hexagons, or even draws a comlete animal or human image in the ground where there is no water in sight, it places mounts hills in a perfect row,while the surrounding is perfectly flat.
    Or when you find out they did look at it but failed to see the real picture mostly in tidel areas when a areal photo has been made with hight tide, we could not see anything is the answer, i’m not joking here folks.

    So if you find something keep it to yourself, places photos but not the exact location, only give that when you seen them face to facem or when there is progress and the are intrested.
    Well here one image of the many finds i personaly have made world wide from 2001 to the present, with either earth,maps or other map tools.
    in egypt desert,see image,found back in 2002 on google earth.
    Hope it shows it correctly.

  7. The mound had seashells maybee one for my old dead (cats probably got to it)pet bird that old carpet smelling parrot that always wanted those frosted crackers.

  8. What’s the hold up ? Get a bucket and shovel and start digging grab a snorkel while you’re at it .

  9. Most probable…those seashells found the area indicates that part of the land surface was one time submerged in water. I am not really surprised on the findings because i personally experienced that part of the land in Saudi Arabia at the Southern Region towards Yemen which is way above Sea Water Level while doing our Telecom Work, i noticed sea shells around the place. In my mind created the possibility that thousand years ago that particular Arabian Landscape was underwater and turn of events, due to movements of our Solar System and other gravitational force might somehow contributed to this changes. One several Ocassions we tested the Gravitational Force that reverses the motion of the Car ( our car ) in some part of Oman unpaved road and on the Asphalted Highway near the coast. We stopped our car on the incline surface, get ouyt and watch it….The car facing towards downhill started to move slowly backward against the incline. My only presumption is due to Gravitational Force…there is no possibility that some unseen hand was pulling the car. There is also this kind of thing in the Philippines on the Highway towards Tagaytay City…

  10. Look at Google Earth now! Its been massively cut into spoil to the south. Interesting.

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