Andrew Collins is one of the leading modern researchers on the Giza Plateau and its significance. Among the many people who came forward with theories and original explanations regarding the Great Pyramid and the Giza Plateau as a whole, he belongs in a category of his own. After a few trips to Egypt to do research on the ground at the Giza Plateau, he discovered some kind of entrance to a cave under the Plateau while taking a look inside the Tomb of the Birds, one of the buildings of the site. Accompanied by his wife, he began going down the cave but couldn’t go very far due to poor lightning, bugs and the dimension of the tube. To make a long story short, when he came back several months later to continue research, the opening to the cave had been sealed by proper authorities to protect the site. Since then, Andrew Collins has been very active in sharing his experiences with the public, both in writing and speeches, to make the people aware of this great discovery. In effect, the presence of a cave under the Giza Plateau and its three pyramids could be the proof that psychic Edgar Cayce was right and that maybe what is called the ‘Hall of Records’ is there to be found effectively. But that’s not all. According to the various clues and evidence Andrew Collins could gather and put together, the three pyramids of Giza would be oriented toward, not the stars of the Constellation of Orion as researchers Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval and their colleagues have speculated, but rather the stars of the Constellation of Cygnus. In this presentation, you will be able to see the evidence and the clues on which Andrew Collins relies to say that. It is a matter of personal choice whether you choose to trust either Andrew Collins’ instincts on the subject or Hancock’s and Bauval’s instead.
Anyway, that is a fascinating topic and there is no doubt that the discovery of a cave under the Giza Plateau is one of the most important archaeological event of the last thousand years. On that specific point, Collins recalls that he had a few tribulations with the man in charge of the Giza Plateau, Zahi Hawass. The way Egyptian authorities react to new discoveries and to the fact that their authority is challenged is almost comical. Of course these people are defending their jobs and their positions but it is not only that. They are also defending the official version of history, the narrative that has been pushed by mainstream science and archeology about the pyramids for centuries: «they are just a few ‘tombs’». If there is anything that is clear while reviewing Andrew Collins’ research is that the pyramids of Giza are not just a few ‘tombs’. They are part of an extraordinary site that we are just beginning to explore. I bet that it is the very nature of human culture and civilization that we will discover if we are allowed to continue the exploration of this cave underground. I also join an article from Andrew Collins’ website that details the information presented in this conference.
If you want to do further research on the subject, besides watching other conferences of Andrew Collins on the web, you can listen to these two-hour interviews he gave on the airwaves of Red Ice Radio in 2010, down below. In order to access the material though you need to be a subscriber. Please folks, take the time to review this astonishing material that could potentially rewrite as a whole what we call ‘history’.