GREAT PYRAMID HOAX: The Conspiracy to Conceal the True History of Ancient Egypt Book
Despite millennia of fame, the origins of the Great Pyramid of Giza are shrouded in mystery. Believed to be the tomb of an Egyptian king, even though no remains have ever been found, its construction date of roughly 2550 BCE is tied to only one piece of evidence: the crudely painted marks within the pyramid's hidden chambers, discovered in 1837 by Colonel Howard Vyse and his team, that refer to the 4th Dynasty king, Khufu. Using evidence from the time of the discovery of these "quarry marks"--including surveys, facsimile drawings, and Vyse's private field notes--along with high-definition photos of the actual marks, Creighton reveals how and why the marks were faked.
Proving Zecharia Sitchin's claim that the quarry marks are forgeries and removing the only physical evidence that dates the Great Pyramid's construction to the reign of Khufu, Creighton's study strikes down one of the most fundamental assertions of orthodox Egyptologists and reopens long-standing questions about the Great Pyramid's true age, who really built it, and why.
6X9 P/B, 224 pp.