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Who was this man? What was he up to when the cameras were not around? What did he do in the dead of night when most of Cairo was sleeping? Who was this man, really?
You have to consider the possibility that Zahi Hawass was not who he appeared to be. He appeared to be a close-minded tyrannical blowhard that ruled by decree. He appeared to discount all the "new ideas" about the age of the Sphinx and the origin of the pyramids and other ancient Egyptian structures. Is it possible we were fooled? Is it possible we were actually watching a great actor performing on his stage, the Giza Plateau?
What if Hawass secretly knew that Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval and Robert Temple were right? What if Hawass was covertly working with a group whose mission was to recover important artifacts and hold them secret, perhaps even removing them from Egypt? Hawass had every opportunity to steal artifacts that might shed great light on the beginnings of humanity. As outrageous as it might sound, he might have been in league with a very dark group that doesn't want the human race to understand its true beginnings, a group that does NOT share what finds.
I'm deep into conspiracy theory now but I think it needs to be considered. Could Zahi Hawass have made important discoveries that he kept secret from the world? Working in private, did he find a "hall of records" or underground chambers filled with priceless writings? Did he sell these discoveries to an Illuminati group? Could Hawass himself be an important member of such a group? Was the great Zahi Hawass an impostor? That is my question.