What of the disc known as the Fire-Eye of the Lord which sits at the top of the stele in front of the Sphinx? This stone, also called the Dream Stele, is an epigraph belonging to the Pharaoh Thutmose IV, grandfather of Akhenaten and great grandfather of Tutankhamun. It was erected in the first year of the Pharaoh's reign, 1401 BC. The Eye of the Sun was held in great reverence by Egypt’s subjects, but the full meaning has been lost to us today. Edgar Cayce saw that a great Hall of Records lay directly below the stele (which sits between the paws of the Sphinx), housing the knowledge of the Pre-Dynastic Founders and latter Egyptians on papyrus, as well as inscribed golden metal plate scrolls, recording the history of the lost civilization of Atlantis. So many significant discoveries have been made over the past century and, with the impending changes that are about to occur on our planet and in humanity, it will be most timely for the Hall of Records to be re-opened within the next two decades. A further mystery depicted on the Dream Stele is that there are two Sphinxes, facing in opposite direction. Alternative researchers predict that the remains of the second Sphinx sit just below the sand and also waiting to be aired once again.
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