The Isida Project took these photos at sites in the gigantic Saqqara complex, close to the Giza Plateau, areas typically not available to tourists.
As reported by Hidden Inca Tours, the object in these photos would typically be referred to as a sarcophagus lid. However, it is being suggested that some ancient high technology must have been utilized to cut the stone. The evidence cited for this is, the stone is supposedly made of dense grey sandstone, a material far too hard for the bronze chisels of dynastic Egypt.
This lid was supposedly found under 7 meters of sand, and its surfaces are very precise.
It is said that little chunks of the full one piece stone box, shown above reveal that it was machined as opposed to made with hand tools, because the surfaces are as precise as the lid. The lid didn’t just fit onto the box, but it slid and locked in.
Two holes can be found in the lid, which has to have been made with a sort of drill, and are supposed to match up with two in the box because it seems to be a kind of locking mechanism. According to Hidden Inca Tours:
“To say that this complex work was simply a coffin for a pharaoh is to dismiss the evidence of complex machining which must have pre-existed the dynastic Egyptians.”
In addition, the Isida crew reports that another box of some sort made out of extremely hard quartzite was located about 2 kilometers from the Red Pyramid. Apparently it was discovered when the local railway was under construction, and was buried in the sand.
It seems to be unfinished and one might ask, why is it in the middle of nowhere?
Since it is extremely hard and quartz crystal bears the properties of quartzite, it would have been virtually impossible for the dynastic Egyptians to have created it.
In addition, the crew documented a bizarre block of basalt near the pyramid complex of Pepi II at Saqqara. Perhaps it was a stone that was cut with a saw to remove a section from the top, or it is simply the remains of a very fine piece of work.
With a careful eye, one might see even saw marks on the surface. This could be an indication that, as opposed to a handsaw being used to cut it, it was a machine.
(Image credit: Hidden Inca Tours)