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Another example, the Great Pyramid, is said to have been a tomb.
I like that the author, unlike some, does not sweepingly dismiss conventional science and orthodox views and therefore does not come off as a fringe lunatic.
Be prepared to do some heavy filtering if you are going to read through this book.
The author has basically gathered and commented on other people's research and writings. I do not put much stock in people selling a book based on their opinions of someone else's... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sly Fox
I wish this book had a table of contents, so I could go ahead to another chapter that maybe presented data besides erosion data on the Sphinx that supported this previous advanced... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Pat Savu
I did not dislike the book. But there is more information on limestone and rocks for example than could hold my attention.Published 12 months ago by Ronald Pierce
As others have pointed out, EMs books tend to be compilations of others research and often the sources being used are either inaccurate, or hysterial assumptions performed by... Read morePublished 13 months ago by MysticJaguar
This is an excellent read and compiles in one place a myriad of facts and food for thought. It leads one to easily conclude that the official position of egyptologists for decades... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Reader
Be open minded and explore the possibilities. Great stuff! Enjoyed the history behind the authors and scientists and how their stories began.Published on December 1, 2012 by Richard S
I choose this rating because the book is very poorly researched. E.g. It does not include any reference to a previous similar book "Egypt before the Pharaohs" by Michael A... Read morePublished on November 24, 2012 by cissenter
The first part of the book deserves five stars; the second part gets one star, so I averaged them.
In the first part of the book, the author explains science hypotheses... Read more