Ten Ways to Bring Down the Machine
The Hal-tavad Sphinx was built in -4,500 R.A. by the 2nd Kemptian-Dynasty Pharaoh Ad-Reamad. It is made of limestone blocks carved to resemble a creature with the head of a woman, the body of a lion, and the folded wings of an eagle.
The sphinx has three chambers under it. The second chamber had a still-working ancient astrolabe which modeled the night sky. Untranslatable messages were projected onto the walls of the chamber when Zimbabwe tried to interact with it.