!!> Ebook ➥ Beneath the Pyramids ➦ Author Andrew Collins – Metalstampedmemories.info

Beneath the Pyramids Beneath The Pyramids Of Egypt Lies A Lost Underworld Of Catacombs, Hewn Chambers, And Cave Tunnels They Are Alluded To In Ancient Texts And Arab Legends, But Have Been Lost For Almost Two Millennium They Have Now Been Rediscovered And Investigated For The First Time By Science And History Writer Andrew Collins What Now Awaits Discovery At Giza, And What Exactlydoes This Subterranean Realm Tell Us About The Pyramids, Their Relationship To The Stars, And The Mythical Origins Of Egyptian Civilization Lavishly Illustrated With Color Photos, This Is A Breathtaking Personal Journey Of Exploration And Discovery.


10 thoughts on “Beneath the Pyramids

  1. says:

    Did you know that new tombs and a massive complex of catacombs were discovered under the pyramids of Giza in 2008 Probably not, because they were sealed by the Egyptian government and no official account of their exploration exists.This book was written by the man who discovered those catacombs and photographed them.It s an interesting read, an...


  2. says:

    Very interesting reading


  3. says:

    Andrew Collins searches for, and eventually finds the tunnels behind the Gaza, Sphinx, and Pyramid legends of an underworld.Well written and easy to read.


  4. says:

    Quite enjoyed this alternative view on the Giza plateau Very interesting read on Egyptian ideas.


  5. says:

    Very interesting research and explorations The author presented information and viewpoints that I had not before encountered, and an approach to the limestone cavern system beneath Giza.


  6. says:

    Recently I finished a book Wars of Atlantis written by Phil Masters, first published in 2015 In this book the author states In 2010 there was a strong claim that such a Hall of Records had been found under the Giza Plateau and in December 2010 death of six Egyptians was reported near this site who were excavating illegally Thereafter the Egyptian Ministry of Antique


  7. says:

    Rather silly quest for Cayce s Hall of Records Pseudo scholarly book.


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