606 - Grand Canyon, a mysterious area containing ancient Egyptian ruins in the United States.

The Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA is not only a witness to geological changes but also the birthplace of countless legends and myths. Most intriguing among them are the stories about the Grand Canyon restricted area, a mysterious area containing ancient Egyptian relics.


In 1909, an article published in the Arizona Gazette shocked the world. It details an unexpected discovery by explorer Kincaid deep in the Grand Canyon. Kincaid, with the assistance of the Smithsonian Institution, discovered a series of caves filled with ancient Egyptian symbols.

These caves contain pyramid-shaped structures, mysterious hieroglyphs, even mummies and other ancient artifacts. These findings seem to point to the tantalizing possibility that the ancient Egyptian civilization had an influence far beyond what we know.

Archaeologists - Professors Jordan and Kincaid - claim that they have found hundreds of Egyptian artifacts in tunnels dating back to the time of the ancient Egyptian king Ramses, around 1250 BC. Historians believe that the first people to settle at the Grand Canyon were ancient Pueblo people, but these artifacts mean that the first settlers were actually Egyptians. So, a discovery like that would completely change history. Also, how did the Egyptians get to North America at that time?


Kincaid was not only an explorer, he was also a member of the Smithsonian Institution, an organization renowned around the world for its vast network of libraries, research centers and museums that serve as a beacon for research. American Natural Science Research.

Early one morning in 1908, Kincaid set out from the Gerding River in a wooden boat and headed down the Colorado toward the depths of Arizona. The goal of his trip was to explore mineral resources deep in the Grand Canyon. As the wooden boat slowly arrived on the shore of the Colorado River, Kincaid immediately began his investigation.

After a busy day of work, Kincaid found a flat rock to sit and rest. At this time, Kincaid's eyes were attracted by the anomaly on the shore. There is a cave entrance, and the unique thing is that in front of the cave entrance there seems to be a set of stone steps, as if it were a gate leading to another world. Such a discovery is extremely rare in the Grand Canyon and it piqued Kincaid's curiosity.


Kincaid carefully climbed along the cliff. When he reached the cave entrance, he saw that the entrance could only accommodate one person. Kincaid took a deep breath and resolutely pushed deeper into the cave. A shocking scene suddenly appeared before his eyes. There are a series of mysterious murals and sculptures hidden inside the cave. Their style is surprisingly similar to ancient Egyptian art.

The rocks on the wall are dim under the flashlight. At the end of the tunnel, the tunnel is divided into two paths, left and right, like a maze carefully designed by ancient craftsmen. Kincaid followed the left tunnel and noticed that each branch led to a separate room.

These rooms vary in size but each is very spacious, as if designed for a specific ritual or life function. The walls are carved with detailed bas-reliefs depicting ancient myths and legends, making one imagine the former glory of these spaces.


At the end of the room is a spacious hall, in the middle of the hall is a huge stone altar with the remains of many sacrifices on it. Kincaid continued deeper and found another passage extending from the hall, leading to a circular building.

The solid structure and materials on the walls are reminiscent of modern architecture, but the ancient atmosphere cannot be described in words. Kincaid did not feel a lack of oxygen or a bad smell here, which made him surprised by the ventilation system of this cave.

When Kincaid reached a room in the deepest part of the cave, he saw a heart-stopping sight - mummies densely filled the room, each carefully wrapped in linen and bark. This scene reminded Kincaid of ancient Egyptian funeral rituals, but everything here was very different from the Egyptian culture he knew.

The cave is engraved with mysterious hieroglyphs (Illustration).

That is an outline of the content of the article published in the Arizona Gazette, which caused a great stir in Arizona as soon as the article was published. Accordingly, many readers have asked about the specific location of the cave in the hope of seeing this mysterious underground world with their own eyes. A few days later, the Arizona Gazette published a second article about the cave, but still did not reveal the exact location of the cave.

In this article, a professor named Jordan verified the existence of the cave and mentioned that the cave was engraved with mysterious hieroglyphs. These words are very similar to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, but they also have clear differences and the mummies discovered by Kincaid were all identified as male.

Professor Jordan speculates that this giant palace may have been a barracks. Or it could be the resting place of warriors from an unknown ancient civilization. Although Kincaid's discovery shocked the world, the Smithsonian Institution quickly denied everything, including the existence of Kincaid and professor Jordan. The announcement sparked widespread skepticism and speculation, leading many to begin wondering whether the government was hiding something.

However, at the Smithsonian Institution museum in Washington, someone claimed to have found artifacts from the cave described by Kincaid. What's even more remarkable is that there is actually a file on David Starr Jordan in the Smithsonian Institution's archives.

This Jordan is not only a medical doctor but also the president of Stanford University. Archives show that professor Jordan worked with the Smithsonian Institution for three decades and that Kincaid worked under professor Jordan's direction.

These words are very similar to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs (Illustration).

An in-depth investigation by the National Geographic Channel also adds new evidence to the story. They discovered that Kincaid had served in the United States Marine Corps and became an employee of the Smithsonian Institution after retiring.

Through in-depth investigation, archaeologist Jinnan found a small part of the Smithsonian Institution's artifacts and concluded that the Egyptian artifacts found in the Grand Canyon really existed and the caves were real.

However, the government has designated the area as a restricted area and closed it to the outside world under the pretext of protecting the natural environment. This begs the question: Why did the Smithsonian cover this up? Why did the US government designate this area as a restricted area?
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