However, perhaps the biggest mysteries are located within and below the Sphinx itself.
This shaft and burial chamber that it leads to is thought to have been formed during Pharaonic times, to form a retrospective burial chamber, which a few people gained access to.
However, it is well known that there are many discoveries made in Egypt that have not been released top the public.
This incredible discovery has been kept away from society under mysterious circumstances.
The results of the expedition were published in 2008 shortly in the scientific journal of the NRIAG, and the results of the research were exchanged in a public lecture at the University of Ghent. However, the finding was quickly suppressed since the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (Egypt) put a hold to all further communications about the discovery due to Egyptian National Security sanctions.
Curiously, there are several extremely rare and old images of the Sphinx, which show what appear to be numerous entrances into the enigmatic monument.