Hal-tavad Sphinx

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.

The final chamber of the Hal-tavad Sphinx is the hidden home and labaratory of Badu and the Pillar of Plague.

Hal-tavad Sphinx

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