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The Great Pyramid Decoded Study in Pyramidology
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Great Pyramid Decoded

Author: E. Raymond Capt

The greatest archaeological discovery of all times decoded after 4500 years reveals geometric construction scientific features astronomical designs and pre-dates recorded knowledge by thousands of years. Jeremiah 32:20 states that God "...hast set signs and wonders in the land of Egypt even unto this day."

In Egypt are found over 80 pyramids built over a period of 1000 years between the 27th and 18th centuries B.C. The most famous are the Pyramids of Giza. Only three are of any note or size and the smaller ones are now little more than ruins. Of these the largest is the Great Pyramid.

Who hasn't wondered about the Great Pyramid of Giza? It has always ranked first among the pyramids of Egypt and is the only remaining one of the seven wonders of the ancient World. Thus it proves itself to be the greatest and most enduring of all.

What story does it tell? The monuments of Egypt are covered with hieroglyphic writing. Their record may be easily read by the expert. The Great Pyramid in this respect is silent. If it has a message that message is not on the surface for any one to read...and forget.

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96 Pages


A Study In Pyramidology

Author: E. Raymond Capt

An in-depth study of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt including an analysis of its historical record its construction details its symbolism and its relation to the Bible.

Mr. Capt through his efforts has richly rewarded the reader with the contents of this valuable book. It is truly an in-depth study of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt including an analysis of its historical record its construction details its interior passages its symbolism and its relationship to the Bible. Most interesting is the section dealing with the 20th century probes into its interior and its remarkable coffin in the King's Chamber not to mention the discovery that the Great Pyramid is the source for our modern weights and measures.

Nearly every page is accompanied by a drawing or photograph placed there to enable the reader to better understand the subject and thereby receive a greater blessing.

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263 Pages

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