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The Egypt Code (edition 2008)

by Robert Bauval

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Title:The Egypt Code
Authors:Robert Bauval
Info:The Disinformation Company (2008), Hardcover, 336 pages
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Tags:Archaeology, Ancient Civilizations

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Bauval's work is based on sound observation and logic. It is obvious that astronomy and astrology were much more central to Egyptian thought and belief than Egyptologists believe. Furthermore, I am sure that some time in the future we will discover that Giza was sacred to some forgotten people long before the Pharaohs placed their pyramids there. ( )
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An expansion of the star-pyramid correlation first broached in The Orion mystery along with the unveiling of a "Grand unified plan" involving the temples of Upper Egypt.

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