vrijdag 1 mei 2015

Egyptologist Robert Bauval on his Fight Against Mainstream Historians


What were the ancients trying to tell us when they built the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx ? If Robert Bauval, author of 2004: Talisman: Sacred Cities, Secret Faith (with Graham Hancock). 2006: The Egypt Code, 2010: The Master Game (with Graham Hancock) 2011: Black Genesis: The Prehistoric Origins of Ancient Egypt (with Thomas Brophy) 2012: Breaking the Mirror of Heaven (with Ahmed Osman) 2013: Imhotep in Africa : Architect of the Cosmos (with Thomas Brophy) 2014: The Vatican Heresy: Bernini and the building of the Hermetic Temple of the Sun (with Chiara Hohenzollern) 2014: Egypt Unveiled: The Quest for Maat (with Ahmed Osman), is right, we might be on the verge of finding out. Bauval presents on the astronomical significance of these structures. Bauval is both fascinating and wildly funny as he takes jab after well-deserved jab at the Egyptological establishment, which ignores his work and that of coauthor Graham Hancock. You'll learn of the importance of the constellation Orion and other celestial formations to the Egyptians as well as the other postulated highly advanced culture that came before them and left their legacy in these enormous monuments. The data Bauval presents seems striking. 

Robert Bauval was born in Egypt in 1948. In 1989 he published a study which proposed that the layout of the three Giza Pyramids and their relative position to the Nile was intended to mirror the layout of the three stars in Orion's belt and their relative position to the Milky Way. This thesis, now known as the 'Orion Correlation Theory', became the subject of his first book, The Orion Mystery. Bauval is presently working on a new book, Sirius Rising, which will track the influence of the Egyptian star-goddess Sopdet (Sirius) from prehistoric times to the early Christian era, with special focus on her role in the rebirth cult and temple rituals and alignments.

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