Numerous archaeologists are raising the question of where the missing counterpart to the Great Sphinx at Giza is located: the solitary nature of the ancient half man, half lion sculpture is an anomaly in ancient Egypt, as virtually every other depiction of a sphinx comes in pairs. These pairs are depicted as male and female, embodying the various representations of duality. If this theory is true, then where is the Great Sphinx’s equally Great Sister — and what happened to erase such a massive monument from history?
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In author and adventurer Michael Feeley’s first visit to Dreamland, he reveals a new vision of reality, the meaning of man, soul and god. By re-envisioning the secrets of Egypt, he opens up new vistas of knowledge and new possibilities—that might well also be very, very old.

In the second half of the show, he explains his belief that many of the ancient Egyptian gods and monuments are actually representations of the organs of brain and body, knowledge with reveals deep secrets about who and what we are.
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I’m Unknowncountry’s Out There editor and I also often write these show descriptions, and I’ve just listened to one of the most incredible Dreamlands that I’ve heard in my 10 years of doing this. As Whitley puts it in the second half of the show, “I think this might beread more

The hunt is back on for the still-undiscovered tomb of ancient Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti, after the search for the controversial monarch stalled in 2016 due to a disagreement as to whether or not hidden chambers had been found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Traces of what may have been two hidden doorways had been discovered using high-resolution scans of the boy-king’s tomb, although deeper scans into the stone walls failed to show any hidden passages, prompting Egypt’s Ministry of State of Antiquities to re-seal the site.
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