Friday, November 10, 2017

Great Pyramid; Hall of Records found! (video)

Andrew Collins, Zohar StarGate; Nguyen; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Egyptian discovery: Hall of Records found!

(Aug. 27, 2017) Many people believe that the key to understanding human civilization and history is hidden in the akashic Hall of Records made known by American psychic Edgar Cayce (now Gaiam TV's David Wilcock of There are a number of references to this mysterious hall, which has now possibly been rediscovered under the pyramids in Giza, Egypt.
Sphinx when found before reconstruction
One possibility includes the "cave underworld" or ground under the enigmatic Sphinx of Giza, which oversees the Giza Pyramids.

If the underground record hall and library has been discovered, and we are told about it by those who would rather keep such discoveries to themselves, it would change history and the origin of the Ancient Egyptian civilization forever.

It is believed that the Hall of Records [with two corresponding halls, an Atlantean one around Bimini Island in the Bahamas and another in Mesoamerica in the Yucatan Peninsula (view from space) near the river border of Mexico and Guatemala (named after the Buddha Gautama, according to researcher and author Rick Fields) at a Mayan temple site called Piedras Negras ("Black Rocks"), see Min. 7:37] holds more than the history of the Ancient Egyptians recorded on ancient papyrus scrolls. It contains the history and the location of the lost continent of Atlantis (Aztlan).

The Yucatan Hall of Records
(UFO TV/ The Yucatan Hall of Records: The Atlantis Connection, 2015

Edgar Cayce’s three Atlantean Halls of Records were located in (1) Egypt near the Sphinx, (2) underwater near Bimini, and (3) in the Yucatan near the ancient Mayan city of Piedras Negras in Guatemala. The third location was not specifically named by Cayce, but from clues and details given in several Cayce readings, researchers in the 1930s determined that Piedras Negras must be the correct location. The Cayce readings state that the records were preserved prior to the final destruction of Atlantis around 10,500 BCE. Stone tablets, linens, gold, and other artifacts are stored in the three halls. The records contain the entire history of humanity including the beginnings “when the Spirit took form or began the encasements” in physical bodies in the ancient lands of Mu and Atlantis. They also contain information about the ancient practice of building pyramids. An update on the status of each follows: More

Piedras Negas map, Mayan site (Maler)
The Egyptian Hall of Records has the same significance as the Great Library of Alexandria, which holds the history of the Ancient Greek civilization.
Writer and explorer Andrew Collins has become a prominent force in uncovering evidence of lost cave systems at the Giza Plateau in Egypt, as written about in his book Beneath the Pyramids.

This cave underworld was lost for nearly 200 years [after British and Italian rediscovery] and explored again for the first time in 2008 by a team working with Andrew Collins.

Collins recounts the breathtaking rediscovery of Giza’s lost world while revealing that the pyramids were designed to reflect the influence of the Cygnus constellation, the source of powerful cosmic rays that might well have affected human evolution in the past and could well prove to be the key to understanding the current rise in human consciousness.

This is  a Special Feature from the Glastonbury Symposium Archives, Recorded at the Truth, Mysteries, and New Frontiers [Glastonbury Symposium], July 2010,

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