Articles on Egyptian Mysteries
- The Great Pyramid
"According to orthodox Egyptology the three main pyramids on the Giza plateau are the funerary structures of Pharaohs from the fourth dynasty of The Old Kingdom (2575 to 2465 B.C.). "
- Who Built the Great Pyramid?
"Egyptologists would have us believe that the Great Pyramid and its two sister pyramids were built in the early dynastic period of the Old Kingdom, about 4,600 years ago. Looking at the evidence objectively, however, their case is far from clear cut. "
- Legends and Records
"Many Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Hebrew, Hermetic, Coptic and medieval Arabic scholarly sources agree that the Great Pyramid was not constructed during the time frame of Pharaoh Khufu or The Old Kingdom, but was built during the 'Age of the Gods' thousands of years earlier."
- Mystery at Abydos
"In 1848, an archaeological expedition working in Egypt discovered strange hieroglyphs on a ceiling beam at an ancient temple in Abydos, several hundred miles south of Cairo. The hieroglyphs were carefully copied and brought back to Europe. The mysterious images gave rise to heated debate amongst Egyptologists. Eventually, however, they were dismissed as bizarre objects that nobody could adequately explain and were forgotten."
- Myths of Archaeology
In the light of mounting evidence it is now clear that the picture of the past painted by historians and archaeologists is at best incomplete and at worst a myth.
Writings from ancient cultures around the globe speak of the decline of civilisation from an original "Golden Age." A cataclysmic disaster was said to have wiped out this highly advanced world.
- Evidence of Advanced Ancient Technology
"From around the world, objects have been discovered over the past 200 years that clearly originate from highly advanced civilisations.
Found in California, a rock was cracked open in search of fossils. But instead of a fossil, out fell a very strange object. The rock came from a formation that had been dated at around half a million years old. In the picture below on the right is an x-ray of the object. It is composed of a ceramic material and metal. In some respects it resembles a modern spark plug. "