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Secrets of the Pyramids 

For thousands of years, pyramids were the largest structures on Earth. The best known were constructed in Egypt and Central America, but others have been found all around the world, including in China, Africa and Indonesia.


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Episode credited cast:
... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walter Alva ... Himself - Archaeologist (archive footage)
... Himself - Archaeologist (as Edwin Barnhart Ph.D.)
Robert Bauval ... Himself
Thomas Brophy ... Himself - Physicist, Univ. of Colorado (as Thomas Brophy Ph.D.)
David Childress ... Himself
Judy Chungwa Ho ... Herself - Professor Emerita of Art History U.C. Irvine (as Judy Chungwa Ho Ph.D.)
Philip Coppens ... Himself
... Himself (as Michael Dennin Ph.D.)
John DeSalvo ... Himself - Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association (as John DeSalvo Ph.D.)
Christopher Dunn ... Himself
Patrick Flanagan ... Himself (as Patrick Flanagan Ph.D.)
Brien Foerster ... Himself
Graham Hancock ... Himself
William Henry ... Himself


Across the globe, archaeologists have uncovered ancient tombs filled with strange items and writings. Remarkable similarities have been found at each of the sites. How is it possible that the burial chambers of distant cultures were so similar in design? Written by Anonymous

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21 December 2012 (USA)  »

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Greatest. Episode. Ever
1 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

This episode is amazing. Seriously, watch it. The level of complexity the producers went through to make this masterpiece happen is absolutely astounding. I had no clue of the centrifuge potential of pyramids and the energy created through the awesome pyramidal power. The connections between the Mayans and Egyptians is not only academically sound, but highly probable. My friend Peter, a history major, could literally not contain his enthusiasm towards the subject matter of this particular episode. If you are at all interested in humanity you owe it to yourself to watch this episode. 10 out of 10 is too low of a score for this Mona Lisa of television.

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