Huge Sarcophagies In Saqqara: Interdimensional Portal Used By The Egyptians?

Huge granite sarcophagi weighing 70 tons lie in narrow niches dug deep into the ground.


The sarcophagi were discovered in Saqqara, one of the oldest and largest archaeological sites in Ancient Egypt.

Researchers are puzzled as to how it was possible to place these gigantic sarcophagi in such narrow spaces, and even today it remains a mystery.

How could that be possible?

Located on the west bank of the Nile, about 30 km south of Cairo, the site of Saqqara is one of the oldest and largest burial sites in all of ancient Egypt.
The pyramid of Teti, the first ruler of Egypt’s 6th dynasty, rises above the huge cemetery. The pharaoh built the pyramid and the nearby mortuary temple during his reign over 4,000 years ago.

The Pyramid of Teti is very important because it contains the oldest inscriptions in the world, which are part of the so-called “Pyramid Texts”, a collection of ancient religious writings dating back to 2400 BC that contain passages about Osiris, the Egyptian god of the afterlife and instructions on how to prepare Pharaoh’s remains for his ascension to heaven after death.

In the pyramid texts, everything revolves around the stars, the king who becomes a star and who ascends to heaven to reach Osiris-Orion.
What is important to point out is that the ancient Egyptians believed that in an era called “ZP TP” (usually transcribed as Zep Tepi literally “the first time”), the gods lived among themselves, only to disappear again.

From the texts of the pyramids, it appears that man could join the gods again, passing through death, which means that we are talking about an extradimensional journey of the soul.

Egyptologists refer to these monuments as tombs, but it is believed that for the Egyptians they were not tombs at all, but doorways to the afterlife.
The question that arises is if these graves served as amplifiers for opening portals of real access to other dimensions.

Through these structures, the pharaoh began his expedition into our world for another world, facing obstacles, dangers, and threats. If he could overcome these threats, he would have access to the realm of Osiris.
Remaining undisturbed beneath the desert sands for centuries, the ruins of Saqqara hold the true mystery of the entire site, an enigma located just 800 meters from the pyramid of Teti.

In 1850, the French archaeologist Auguste Mariette made an extraordinary discovery: a huge underground bunker, the Serapeum of Saqqara, a labyrinth of tunnels dug into the rock.

Inside are gigantic granite sarcophagi believed to have been transported from the city of Aswan, some 960 kilometers away.

There are dozens of them and they weigh about 70 tons each, each made from a single block of granite so smooth it can be mirrored.
But the real mystery is how the ancient Egyptians were able to transport these huge boulders for miles, then place them in the narrow underground labyrinth of the Serapeum.

For what purpose? It’s a real puzzle.

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We have to imagine the ancient Egyptians digging miles and miles of underground tunnels into the rock, making niches in the sides.

Then they travel for days until they reach the city of Aswan to extract the hardest granite that exists from the rock and transport it, somehow unknown to us, into these underground tunnels.

Most scholars speculate that the Serapeum and its huge sarcophagi were made to house the mummified remains of sacred bulls, which the ancient Egyptians believed came from heaven and had to be honored with elaborate ceremonies.

However, when Mariette opened the sarcophagi, she found that they were empty except for a few bones, which were the mummy of a single Apis Bull.
This data has led some scholars to believe that the Egyptians feared these bulls, rather than worshiped them because they were created by the gods: being sacred animals, they expected them to die from natural death and once they died they were destroyed, shattering their bones even if they were sealed in sarcophagi.

This is a unique practice of its kind because in ancient Egypt even animals were mummified, so when you find sarcophagi with just a bunch of bones inside, you have to wonder why when an Apis bull died, the Egyptians crushed the bones. and you put a 35-ton cap on it?

Did they want to make sure they would never come back in the future?
Scholars are puzzled because the original purpose of these tapes cannot be fully understood.

Why are so many of them empty?

What technology is capable of closing the empty sarcophagus with eight cubic meters of internal volume? Why was it closed empty?

The Serapeum is excavated twelve meters deep and consists of three passages; The master’s sarcophagus is 68 m long, 3 m wide and 4.5 m high, with 24 side chambers cut into the rock, the longest of which is 6 to 11 m and 3 to 6 m wide.

There were 24 coffins containing 80 tons each, with 15-ton lids made of extremely hard granite and basalt.
The question is what tools were used to achieve such precision.
According to Egyptologists, they are over 3000 years old.

No one at that time had the necessary tools to work the hardness of this type of granite.

Only advanced technology, perhaps of alien origin, could create these tons and tons of heavy graves.

The surfaces of these gigantic sarcophagi are perfectly smooth, with precise and perfect edges, made from a solid block of granite of incredible thickness.

The interior has an impeccable shine, something like a mirror.

These 24 graves must have had a purpose or use that no one could understand.
It is said among researchers that the Serapeum, in addition to being a necropolis, is rather a magical place about which we no longer know anything, where the famous black boxes or sarcophagi are located.

Gabriel Silva, in his book The Pharaoh, defends the theory that the black sarcophagi were completely sealed, creating a vacuum inside. He says some researchers have recorded anomalies through electronic devices.

Did these tombs serve as teleportation or ascension devices?

Various writings and geometric designs of different types were found on the outer side of the rectangular slabs of the tomb lids.
Each of the sarcophagi features perfect and incredible carvings, created thanks to machines equipped with undeniable technology.

They are strategically placed in each of them.

Could it be that each sarcophagus has a different purpose than everything else?

Some experts in dowsing, who visited these gigantic sarcophagi, perceived these black boxes or tanks as if they were places of ascension, that is, real Stargates to go to other dimensions or reincarnate on other planets.
And when we think that all this happened more than 30,000 years ago.

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