A recent discovery has puzzled the world after 24 sinister and strange coffin-shaped black boxes were discovered. The black boxes were buried in a hillside cave system that is located 12 miles south of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The skillfulness with which the stone has been cut is just outstanding, with an accuracy of just a few microns, the remarkable skill displayed has left some experts with the conclusion that they were not built for Egyptian pharaohs but instead, they were appropriated by the kings after being left on earth by an alien race.
In a report made by The Express, the stark black boxes display some poor-quality hieroglyphics that scribbles are regarded as graffiti. Experts are yet to fathom the real purpose of the boxes. However, it’s evident that they were of great importance due to the precision with which they were cut, they’ve also remained airtight for many ages.
The abandoned city of Memphis, Egypt referred to them as Serapeum of Saqqara. Ramesses II is believed to have built the formal burial site sometime 3300 years ago, there has been recent studies that suggest it was a burial place that was designated for Apis bulls, which were worshipped as incarnations of the god Ptah.
The Egyptologists claim that the bulls were honored as gods Khaemweset, and as a result a son of Ramesses II ordered the excavation of the tunnel which would pass through one of the mountains at the site and it was to be designed with side chambers to contain large granite sarcophagi of up to 100 tons each to hold the mummified remnants of the bulls.
Auguste Mariette discovered the temple during his expedition to Egypt where he had gone to collect Coptic manuscripts, Mariette later got interested in the remnants of the Saqqara necropolis.
Mariette made a discovery in 1850, he found the head of one sphinx sticking out of the shifting desert sand dunes, he managed to clear the sand and followed the boulevard to the site, with the aid of explosives, he was able to clear rocks that blocked the entrance to the catacomb.