Last year, a high-tech project that used subatomic particles to scan the internal structure of the Great Pyramid of the Giza found some interesting things: there was a giant chamber in its interior. At that time, scientists still do not know the purpose of this chamber.
Giulio Maglio, Professor of Archaeology and Astronomy at the Polytechnic University in Milan, Italy. A suggestion was made. Magli explained in a press release: " One possible explanation is consistent with what we know about the Egyptian funeral religious activities seen in the pyramids. In these pyramids. Before reaching the north, Pharaoh must pass through the gates of the sky and sit on his Iron Throne. "
If there is a throne in a hidden, large room, it may not be made of sturdy iron. Another throne in the pyramid was found to be made of wood covered with gold. The throne may have a similar structure, but covered with thin sheet metal made of iron meteorite, the pyramid shows that the Egyptians already know this material.
The only way to determine whether the "Iron Throne" of ancient Egypt is real or not is to explore the so-called "north axis" of the pyramids, which can be connected to the recently discovered secret chamber. Unfortunately, this exploration task requires a suitable robot to complete.