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God and the Pyramid: The rise and fall of Messianic Pyramidology By Timothy Lamb
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A history of Messianic Pyramidology - the idea that the passages and chambers of the Great Pyramid were laid out on a chronological scale, with architectural features indicating important dates in... More > Judaeo-Christian history contained in the Bible. The timeline covers such events as the Creation, the Exodus and the birth and death of Christ, extending forwards to the Millennium. The idea was introduced to Victorian readers by Charles Piazzi Smyth, and was modified and expanded upon in the 20th century by such authors as Morton Edgar, David Davidson and Adam Rutherford. The non-fulfilment of these theorists’ predictions has left Messianic Pyramidology more or less completely discredited, but the history of the movement remains a fascinating historical study. God and the Pyramid studies the lives of the theorists, their ideas, the successes and disappointments they experienced and the historical context in which they flourished.< Less
BASIC MANUAL OF PYRAMIDOLOGY By Gabriel Silva
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The oldest legacy no build tombs, but Pyramids. Many scientific explored the "Pyramid Effect". Some states too. But the author is the unique individual, with its own resources has managed... More > to uncover the most important and useful mysteries of the pyramids. State investigations are always censored, because each new discovery means headaches for archaeologists and Egyptologists. These "science" should tell students that all they learned is worthless. But in Cuba, the pyramids have medical use since 1984. The author made his first pyramid in 1973. Also many doctors in the world, farmers, seed producers, veterinarians and other scientists, are part of this revolution. With this manual You can make your own pyramids and learn in a few hours something important. This teaching is clear. You can make pyramids for health emergencies, for survival, preserve seeds, keep food ... And to be immune to bacterias, rheumatism, sclerosis and others. Undoubtedly, this book is the best gateway to the world of pyramidology.< Less
The Origin and Significance of the Great Pyramid By C. Staniland Wake
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In this classic of Pyramidology, C. Staniland Wake attempts to answer the questions: who actually built the pyramids, and why? He rejects the conventional theory that they were tombs, and explores... More > astronomical and religious motivations for their construction instead. I was led to the conclusion that the builders of the Great Pyramid intended to perpetuate certain scientific ideas, and, moreover, that they had a religious motive in its erection. There is little doubt, indeed, that it is a monument of Sabaism—the worship of the heavenly host, which had a wide extension in the ancient world, and with which "Serpent worship" was intimately connected. The importance of the Great Pyramid as a religico-scientific structure is still further increased if, as is not improbable, it was intended to mark the substitution of an astronomy based on the passage of the sun through the twelve signs of the Zodiac for the lunar astronomy which preceded it.< Less