Unraveling the Egyptian Sphinx Cover-Up

In 1935, Egypt was still the main attraction for archaeologists seeking answers. It had been only a decade since the British Egyptologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen on November 4, 1922, which had lain nearly undisturbed for over 3,000 years.

Yet, that is another amazing story still to be investigated. However, right now, our attention is focused on the latest attempt to hide the real ancient history of an unknown civilization that left us with great wonders both above and below the sands of the Giza Plateau.

Ancient Lost City Unearthed in Egypt The first news of a ‘Secret City’ hit the world press in the first week of March 1935. By July of that year, much more had been found, and the Sunday Express ran an article by Edward Armitage who had just returned to England from Egypt where he had watched the excavation of an ancient Egyptian city that was then thought to date back 4000 years.

The unearthing of a lost city in Egypt was reported in many papers in 1935, including this report in the Sunday Express on 7 July 1935 (public domain).

Media Silence Then came silence, as if every living Egyptologist had lost all interest in this wonderful underground metropolis. All their articles during the ensuing years were centered on tombs of queens and shafts that had sunk deep into the ground to burial tombs some time during the 24th Dynasty, which was as late as 732 BC to 716 BC. It is very odd that such an immense discovery of a whole underground city dating back at least 4,000 years was completely ignored in…

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