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La révélation des pyramides (2010)

An apocryphal view on the pyramids, starting in awe at the amazing achievement of the Pharanoic architecture and sculpture, most specially at Gizeh, given Cheops's pyramid's size, weight, ... See full summary »

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Jean-Pierre Adam ...
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Guillemette Andreu ...
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Arlan Andrews ...
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Mallku Aribalo ...
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Jean-Louis Basdevant ...
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Dustin Carr ...
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Joseph Davidovits ...
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Thierry de Champris ...
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Gilles Dormion ...
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Christopher Dunn ...
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Michel Fontugne ...
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An apocryphal view on the pyramids, starting in awe at the amazing achievement of the Pharanoic architecture and sculpture, most specially at Gizeh, given Cheops's pyramid's size, weight, incredibly precise carving, four pairs of slightly shifted half sides, stunningly precisely measured shapes and symmetry. Then it questions and challenges conventional Egyptology beliefs, which it calls unproven or even impossible to verify, such as the absence of machines, a wharf duration of only 20 years or accidental equinox-orientation. Next it elaborates the theory that other major pyramid technology sites in Precolombian America, Easter Island and China can't coincidentally lie on two lines intersecting at Gizeh, even if not contemporaneous and without known contacts in their ages, and have several improbable things in common, like some of their cultures. Elaborate mathematical theories and measurements indicate the Egyptians must have known some astronomy, pi and the golden number, maybe even... Written by KGF Vissers

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10 February 2010 (France)  »

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Jaw dropping
17 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

By far one of the best documentaries on megalithic structures I have thus come across. Goes deeply into the mathematics containing the golden mean, planetary reversals, alternative history compared to the mainstream version of events. Does a fantastic job of connecting the dots between ancient civilizations, showing the correlations between structures from all over the world. Full of great images of the ancient sites and surrounding areas. I have seen many documentaries on the subject and am astonished by the amount of information that is revealed here. Be prepared to go on a journey to do further research,to dwell deeper into the mysteries of the great pyramid and other ancient sites! Packed with intelligent questions and resolved with even more intelligent solutions.. logic, I feel that cannot be disputed or set aside. Worth the watch and will definitely withstand the test of critics and skeptics alike. Be prepared to be amazed!


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