I am incredibly excited about this discovery in Egypt, which recently indicated that there are further burial chambers to be discovered behind the walls of King Tutankhamen’s tomb which itself was excavated in the 1920s and proved to be filled with fabulous treasures. This new discovery could be even bigger! Thanks to my friend Groovy Historian for bringing this to our attention. Can’t wait to see what’s behind that wall!

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Thursday, March 17th, the news everyone was waiting for arrived from the press conference held this morning in Cairo by the Egyptian antiquities minister Mamdouh Eldamaty.
The most known tomb in the King Valley, arrived intact with all its +5000 funerary content and owner, the KV62 – Tutankhamun’s last home, has something kept secret.

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Behind the Northern and Western sides of Tutankhamun’s burial chamber, radar scans have, indeed, shown the presence of voids and unidentified objects within those spaces.
The studies conducted last Autumn by Japanese radar specialist Hirokatsu Watanabe proved that actually there are hidden chambers filled with materials, which could be both of organic and metallic nature.

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How have academics and scientists arrived to these conclusions?
Last November, Watanabe used a re-adapted Japanese Kodar radar to investigate the West and North sides of King Tut’s sarcophagus chamber. His technical analysis and support were strictly necessary after the claim…

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