I write to you with the greatest respect, requesting help to establish an international archaeological mission related to the subject matter of a site at Giza Plateau, which in my opinion is a true burial place of King Khufu, located at the following GPS coordinates: 29°58'34.39"N, 31° 8'19.86"E.
CALL TO ACTION
I, William Brown, together with my associates;
The Polish International Association for Archaeological Research and Development on Earth
The Mysteries of the World Foundation from USA
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Archäologisches Wissen
The Tzec-Moan Foundation from Mexico,
decided to make this knowledge public and broadcast it worldwide as an international appeal with urgent need for excavation of this site area.
Credibility for my research arose in 2006 through a series of Ground Penetrating Radar Scans at various locations on the Giza Plateau, ordered and sponsored by my associates. The scan locations were pinpointed through the use of Radiesthetic detection techniques pioneered by Ms. Lucyna Łobos-Brown.
We anticipated future research on the Giza Plateau which would provide ultimate discovery and validation. A Polish/ Egyptian Archaeological Mission was proposed.
This led to an agreement between The University of Wroclaw, Poland; The University of Cairo, Egypt and our sponsoring associates. This was signed in April 2008.
The agreement led to our first official excavation which was geared to provide cross -validation to the earlier plateau research. It was our first Polish/ Egyptian Archaeological Mission on the Hawara necropolis near Fayum, Egypt.
In 2009, Dr. Alaaeldin Shaheen, former Dean of the Faculty of Archaeology at Cairo University awarded my wife, Ms. Lucyna Łobos-Brown, with a special recognition plaque for the extraordinary precision of her Radiesthetic methods of discovery.
Those finds became significant archaeological disclosures which were attributed to our Hawara Project.
In September 2009 disturbing news from Egyptian media reached us. Local people from Nazlet el Samaan village believed to be connected with a black-market theft group, conducted an illegal excavation to rob one of the tombs which was within our area of special interest regarding the Khufu Tomb.
After this shocking event in 2011, the Egyptian authorities granted us permission to conduct a restoration clean-up of disturbed areas which had been investigated previously with Ground Penetrating Radar. The exercise would give us a new opportunity to provide additional credibility for our earlier Khufu tomb research.
The project exposed large cave formations as well as a hidden underground tunnel network within in the area. Unfortunately, due to the rapidly changing political situation of the time, we were unable to reach the zones of our greatest interest. Furthermore, after our work was halted due to the unrest, a small stone wall was built to conceal the exposed underground passage.
Months prior to the closing of 2011 clean-up restoration project, I privately ordered a series of Ground Penetrating Radar scans on my property in the village – located just on the other side of the plateau perimeter wall adjacent the main restoration cleanup zone. These tests confirmed the existence, number, depth, and direction of many tunnel connections at this particular area. One of these ancient tunnels links towards the area of the 2009 illegal excavation.
Other tunnels point to the area previously confirmed by a well-respected archaeologist as a location of the King Khufu palace complex, 15 meters beneath the Nazlet el Samman village. And one of these tunnels leads directly toward the Sphinx temples.
Since 2011, the situation at Nazlet el Samman village has changed very drastically. In recent months, many buildings have been demolished. This has revealed the sad truth regarding the activity of local people, connected to a black-market artifacts sales group. But, the recent village demolitions have also created a historical opportunity for archaeological exploration of this important location from the village side before any new buildings can be raised there again.
After so many years of attempts to attract proper attention to the burial place of Khufu I decided together with my long-term associates, to make our discoveries public, in order to create a strong international lobby for future archaeological surveys.
In December 2021 we decided to send and broadcast a worldwide appeal to many nations; to people of diplomacy, archeology, culture, and good will, highlighting an urgent need for strict protection and for further professional excavation of this significant site.
If this appeal results in the official protection and project planning we propose, we are confident of exposing at very least, the sophisticated hidden labyrinth of ancient underground connections from our target area; and at best the final proof of Khufu’s resting place. These results will be lauded by the world to have come from the work of all the esteemed supporters of this appeal.
I would also encourage any accredited professional with official permission in the meantime, who has ability to deliver on Ground Penetrating Radar or satellite scanning at the following GPS location 29°58'34.39"N, 31° 8'19.86"E - with a 30 meters depth range, to confirm my statement – as they will surely do.
Yours respectfully and most sincerely,
Chief of Audit Committee
Honorary Member, The International Association for Archaeological Research and Development on Earth