What I like is the logic some people will say that because no one can figure out what is moving it then that proves its ghosts or such.
I answer by asking why the jump to ghosts?
I personally i think it is the biolumentics which are liberated by the sun falling on the floor and ceiling which when rubbing together create static forces which will result in torque effect on the statue. Adding to this is the rotation of the earth which will act as a catalytist to the movement. That's why it spins and not moves laterally . That's my thoughts. Any thing else is silly.
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
I'd venture to say that the statue is made from load-stone or hematite.
The Egyptians went out of their way to trick lay people into thinking magic was involved in order to make it appear that the Pharaoh and attending clergy were imbued with super-human powers that gave them the god-given right to rule.
I'd be investigating any recently installed electronic equipment in the immediate vicinity.
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