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Lift (elevator) of Chemiun — theory about King's Chamber at Great Pyramid of Cheops. Shortly - this is not a King's Chamber. This is a sort of lift's shaft. When we stand on its floor, we actually stand on the roof of a big elevator cabin made of stone in its bottom position. Of course, this cabin was not able to go up - only down and only once. The theory now explains more than 40 strange facts, such as "air" shafts (and their form), leading to nothing now, salt in the Queens Chamber, the form of Antechamber etc.

Upper position of lift cabin (the simplest variant) Air shafts have the prolongation downwards to the salt blocks (see the channels at the sides of the cabin).
Current position The openings of air shafts are in the so-called "King`s Chamber" and end to nothing. Salt blocks are dissolved.

The main result of this theory is the reasonable assumption, that Cheops Burial Chamber is actually located inside the Great Pyramid and still not robbed, because nobody had attempted to access it either by dighing the floor of so called "King`s Chamber" blow open the floor pallet 1A near the entrance, or digging the prolongations of air shafts at the deep of 4.5 meters below projection of their endings down on the floor.

You can download a small animation avi file, 11,5 Mb showing the elevator go down. Animation (as theory) in the absence of further evidence, does not explain, does not try to explain where goes the manhole. But it shows clearly how the previous "zero reliving chamber" evolved into a modern King's Chamber.

Proofs of The Lift Theory[править]


1. Salt on the walls and the roof of the Queen's Chamber and in the middle part of the Grand Gallery.

2. The specific shape of air shafts: inverted (rotated) trays.

3. No inscriptions on the walls of the King`s Chamber (lift shaft). No details.

4. The floor of the King`s Chamber is not connected to its walls..
Flat wall of King's Chamber under it's floor. Photo in the pit, 1997.

5. Very low endings of "air shafts" (1 meter from floor)... and very high roof (5.83 meters) of the King`s Chamber.

6. White powder, probably found by Al-Mamun in the King's Chamber.

7. Sarkofagus (coffer) in the King`s Chamber not good quality with no lid. Not finished. Bad.

8. Serious portcullis mechanism at Antechamber... and the original ancient not blocked passage to the roof blocks of the King`s Chamber from the Grand Gallery. Is this a safe box with wooden upper side?!

9. Some cases of moving giant stone coffers down shafts of mastabas (tombs) in Ancient Egypt by removing sand which fills a shaft and supports a coffer are known.

10. The cavity below of the Antechamber`s floor at the deep 7.25 meters, found by Americans. It was not digged.

11. Cavities with special good quality sand, found by French scientists near the Queen`s Chamber. Also - hidden tunnel under the floor jf Queen's Chamber, found by Gilles Dormion and Jean-Yves Verd'hurt.

12. "Cheops Niche" in the south air shaft of the King`s Chamber

13. Flat roof of the King`s Chamber.

14. Unusual large upper wall blocks of the King`s Chamber.

15. Very low entrance of the King`s Chamber.

16. Exellent quality of polished walls of the King's Chamber combines with bad quality, not polished roof and floor.

... and others. Short explanation of these strange facts follows.

1. Salt blocks may be used to download the cabin of the lift.

2. "Air shafts" were for rain water, collected at the casing of pyramid. They are not horizontal... but not vertical too! (as can be supposed for good air shafts.) Because there was not enough space to collect enough water at the top of pyramid! And at the level of the Kings Chamber there was enough space, but the water will not flow horizontally. The shape of inverted ducts prevented mechanism from rain (from top side) during long years of construction.

3. No inscriptions on the walls of the King`s Chamber (lift shaft), no details. Do you want to decorate the lift shaft inside? No.

4. The floor of the King`s Chamber is not connected to its walls, as said by Petrie. Because it was downloaded between the walls together with all lift cabin.

5. Very low endings of "air shafts" (1 meter from floor)... Much lower level of air shafts - much lower lever of their prolongations when lift is downloaded. If it is 1 meter - we have 4 meter deep of their prolongation minimum.

6. White powder, found by Al-Mamun is a dust, generated by lift downloaded by friction of limestone. (Walls of the King`s Chamber are maid from limestone below granite, (below level of the King`s Chamber floor)).

7. It`s a fake coffer, placed at the top of lift cabin!

8. Yes, because when lift cabin was in its upper posititon, it was not great deal to get workers or robbers to infiltrate to space with fake coffer and roof of lift cabin - from upper side, from the Grand Gallery. But it was deeply important to prevent them to pass horizontally inside lift cabin.

9. There is a famous big tomb at Sakkara, with giant stone coffer downloaded to a very deep shaft. Builders first filled the shaft with sand, then pulled on her coffin, weighing about 200 tons, then removed the sand from the mine through the backlash by hand and dropped coffer to the bottom of the shaft. There are a lot of same examples too.

10. Cavity below of Antechamber`s floor at the deep 7.25 meters - is a part of trap (reservoir) for the salt water, for dissolved salt blocks.

11. Cavities with special good quality sand - same thing.

12. "Cheops Niche" in the south air shaft of King`s Chamber. May be, here was a wooden small door, that prevented mechanism from premature activation. At the same time, if such a board will rot, the lift lowers himself 20 years after construction even without the participation of people. (The north shaft was serious damaged by ancient robbers at upper side, and may be, had the same niche too.)

13. Flat roof of the King`s Chamber: because they do not have an opportunity to make a mound (on the roof of mounted cabin), give it a push gable roof like in the Queen's Chamber. The design of the lift at the below was fragile and did not allow additional load to it.

14. Unusual large upper wall blocks of the King`s Chamber... because it was NOT a King`s Chamber when the lift cabin was in upper position. It was a zero relieving chamber! And it was the same type of wall as the upper relieving chambers as they can be seen now!

15. Very low entrance of the King`s Chamber (comparing to the entrance to the Queen`s Chamber) is the maximum allowed to continue to deepen the location of the manhole from the antechamber to the King's Chamber, after lowering the elevator. Same as low openings of air shafts.

16. Excellent quality of polished walls of the King's Chamber was necessary to reduce friction. Bad quality, not polished roof and floor - because it was only a lift shaft and this was unnesesarry.

Simplified illustration of the theory. The sarcophagus does not necessarily have to be here, inside.

17. Existance in past of "Green House" (giant monolith), described in details here: 1231 b.c. Al-Latif al-Bagdadi. The book about antiquities seen. (rus)

18. The existence of well-known unique complex of monolithic quartzite tomb with a sarcophagus and the lowering of a massive roof in the pyramid of Amenemhat III at Hawara. Construction - the ideas are very similar, see Fig.
The mechanism of lowering the roof of the tomb in the pyramid at Hawara.

19. Microgravimetry data (see below).

Microgravimetry data[править]

Microgravimetry data.

These data at the King's Chamber is very well fit into the theory, in that its kind according to which the elevator - just lowered the passage somewhere in other unknown areas of the pyramid. A large cavity under the floor boards in the 1A - a continuation of passage Antechamber - King's Chamber in the body of the elevator, then it is go down and to the south. In the middle of this is a manhole filled with either plugs or lip (of masonry walls and bottoms of the elevator shaft), is the density negative anomaly, just below in the continuation it appears again (plugs could not be inserted to the southern wall of the shaft, it could prohibit to move the elevator down) .

In addition, a longitudinal design microgravimetry reveals positive density at the center of KC. This is - to predict a backup middle part of the bottom of the elevator, possibly granite, located in the center of a shallow pool for dissolving of salt. Without such props this long elevator would break in half.

Disproofs of The Lift Theory[править]

There are several facts that do not match the theory very well, but they do not contradict it.
Version with the complete disappearance of passage, the sketch.
And what was really found by georadar.

1. Well-known Pit in the King's Chamber floor in north-western corner has an unspecified depth about 4,5 meters. According to some reports, pit passes down through the masonry of limestone, other sources of material is not indicated in the third - no mention of the masonry. They say, that Vise digged this hole down 30 foots but didn't found something interesting. May be, the bottom of lift's shaft was simple flat. However, the size of the cavity could be small, and it was to be located in the eastern part of the cabin, which also does not necessarily would have been entirely monolithic.

2. At the pictures of this pit from the north wall of her sticking a certain level or a stone. If the stone goes into the wall, the elevator is not possible at this place. But it could be a ledge on the floor of the pit, also, elevator may be shorter than the King's Chamber.

3. The shafts of the Queen's Chamber are higher than anticipated bottom of the elevator shaft. It means that they were built at the same time as a hypothetical elevator. Labor costs were relatively large, and unlikely to the builders continued to build them if they decide to build a lift higher and farther south. However, they do not interfere.

4. Floor of the King's Chamber does not pass the width approx. of 5-8 mm in the southern wall of King`s Chamber. However, it should be noted that the walls of the King`s Chamber currently have a very significant shifts and distortions, which are unlikely to have been made by the builders, and the Cheops Great Pyramid itself for 4600 years of history has gone through some very severe earthquakes.

Gallery. Tests: drawing limestone and by granite[править]

Tests were carried out by member Supervisor with pressure on the samples of limestone about 50 kg / cm2. As a result, we got a lots of "white powder", the granite has not been scratched. (Marble, in addition to limestone was tested because we do not know the parameters of the sacred Toura limestone, used to make all the interior of the Pyramid of Cheops, in the opinion it is much denser and harder than limestone of Giza Plateau.)