Robert Bauval, one of the world’s most prominent and controversial Egyptologists, completes his groundbreaking . Another good book - The Egypt Code - by Robert Baulval it is a very interesting book to read.
Robert Bauval, one of the world’s most prominent and controversial Egyptologists, completes his groundbreaking investigation of astronomy as related to Egyptian monuments and related religious texts. The Egypt Code revisits the Pyramid Age and the Old Kingdom, proposing a vast sky-ground correlation for the Memphite-Heliopolis region, and presenting the possibility of a grand plan spanning three thousand years of Pharaonic civilization and involving pyramids and major temple sites along the Nile.
Bauval's new book, The Egypt Code, takes his ground-breaking work even further and provides us with stunning new insights into the mysteries of ancient Egyptian religion and civilisation. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
The Egypt Code provides an in-depth look into ancient Egypt's astronomical connections. Robert Bauval is an expert in engineering and astronomy and he applies both of these disciplines to his approach at shining new light on the culture, architecture and religious beliefs of this ancient society's mysterious past.
Robert Bauval turned Egyptology upside down in the mid-1990s when he put forth his ‘Orion Correlation Theory’ .
His ideas provoked both genuine interest and absolute outrage within academia, and his theory remains controversial
The Orion Mystery, published in 1994, introduced the world to a highly original, and now internationally famous, star-correlation theory about the Giza pyramids in Egypt, and sent a huge shock wave of controversy throughout the scientific community, the effects of which are still felt today.
Robert Bauval (born 5 March 1948 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a Belgian author and lecturer, perhaps best known for the fringe Orion Correlation Theory regarding the Giza pyramid complex. Bauval was born in Alexandria, Egypt, to parents of Belgian and Maltese origins. He attended the British Boys' School in Alexandria (now El Nasr Boys' School) and the Franciscan College in Buckinghamshire, England. He left Egypt in 1967 just before the Six-Day War, during the presidency of Gamal Abdel Nasser
Cairo, The Pyramids, April 2008.
Cairo, The Pyramids, April 2008. It is my privilege to be allowed to write a few words at the beginning of a truly remarkable book by an equally remarkable man. While it is Robert Bauval to whom I owe thanks for allowing me these words, I must thank Graham Hancock for the route by which they arrived here.
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Robert Bauval, one of the world’s most prominent and controversial Egyptologists, completes his groundbreaking investigation of astronomy as related to Egyptian monuments and related religious texts.