A new ally in corroborating this research has been enlisted. A newly taken image of Giza is available from the Carterra platform. The Great Pyramids of Giza (black/white) This one-meter resolution black-and-white image of the Great Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza, Egypt was collected by Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite November 11, 1999.

Giza Today

Space Imaging has informed me that they have the capability to use ground penetrating radar on all of their scans. This would allow a scan of any object(s) beneath the sand to a depth of ten meters or approximately thirty feet. I don't know about you but, this capability just makes my brain itch at the possibilities.

Lost or Found?

This is a sort of review, if you will, of some of the images present on the Giza plain. Most are not lost, just covered over. As you can see nature, and mankind have teamed up so to speak for once. Too bad this is not in the best interests of proving this research. However the capability exists to get images at sunrise and sunset at all times of the year. Also remember not all of the images need to be validated before this research can gain some sort of official status, as credible in the eyes of the "status quo".

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