The Egyptian Pyramid Mystery Is Solved!: The Mysteries

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An exciting new era of study of ancient Egypt is unfolding. You are introduced to a long-lost, sophisticated technology-now recovered and being further studied by highly credentialed scientists using the most advanced methods. This landmark, highly readable book shakes conventional ideas of pyramid construction to their roots. It presents baffling, unexplained masonry and engineering features requiring a new approach.
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Overview

An exciting new era of study of ancient Egypt is unfolding. You are introduced to a long-lost, sophisticated technology-now recovered and being further studied by highly credentialed scientists using the most advanced methods. This landmark, highly readable book shakes conventional ideas of pyramid construction to their roots. It presents baffling, unexplained masonry and engineering features requiring a new approach.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780972043403
  • Publisher: Morris, Margaret
  • Publication date: 7/31/2004
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 8.16 (w) x 10.68 (h) x 0.61 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2004

    A Classic For Sure

    Here's a book that topples prevailing thought on pyramid building in Egypt. The work is carefully presented and captivated my attention throughout. Only respected scholars are cited, but from their collective, conservative opinions and findings come extraordinary--even shocking--data when the facts are all brought together as they are in this work. I found no half-truths or twisted or fuzzy logic in this input. The author is very careful about being even-handed and objective. I never would have imagined the facts as they are so clearly shown to be. We have here a super-mystery alright, and I will read the book again and again. This is a book that anyone interested in the ancient world or unexplained mysteries will find fascinating reading, science enthusiasts will treasure, and this book will really cause students, teachers, engineers and architects to think. This is one of the most interesting books I have read in years. I'd go so far as to say this one will become a classic and required educational reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2004

    Depth, Detail, and Delight

    Margaret Morris' book is a guided tour through the contradictions of the traditional and fantastic theories of the building of the Great Pyramids. It is rich in detail and brings the reader to a deep understanding of the enduring mystery of how they were built. It reads as a detective story, leaving the reader at the threshold of Vol. 2, eager for resolution of the problem and insight into a realistic understanding of the great accomplishments of the Ancient Egyptians.

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