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by Robert Bauval

ePub Secret Chamber: The Quest for the Hall of Records download
Author:
Robert Bauval
ISBN13:
978-0099405283
ISBN:
0099405288
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Publisher:
Arrow Books Ltd (August 31, 2000)
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Ancient Civilizations
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Find sources: "Hall of Records" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (April 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template . Robert Bauval, Secret Chamber: The Quest for the Hall of Records.

Find sources: "Hall of Records" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (April 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) There is no evidence to indicate that the Hall of Records ever existed.

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The prologue of SECRET CHAMBER outlines the structure of the book. The following chapter ‘The Hall of Records’ discusses the prophecies of Edgar Cayce

The prologue of SECRET CHAMBER outlines the structure of the book. Bauval has chosen to separate his narrative into two main sections. The following chapter ‘The Hall of Records’ discusses the prophecies of Edgar Cayce. Bauval takes a skeptical view of the Cayce readings, preferring to find simple explanations for his alleged abilities (which is commendable, as it would be easy for Bauval to support Cayce as they agree on the 10,500 BCE date). Part II consists of four chapters and an epilogue.

Secret Chamber Revisited : The Quest for the Lost Knowledge of Ancient .

Secret Chamber Revisited : The Quest for the Lost Knowledge of Ancient Egypt. By (author) Robert Bauval. Appendix 1 The Great Pyramid, Islam, the Jews, and the Freemasons. Appendix 2 Great Pyramid for Hire. Robert Bauval, in his fascinating book, is reviving interest in the secret chamber, which could contain the Holy Grail of Egyptian civilization.

What lies behind the mysterious doors at the end of the star shafts in the Great Pyramid? What do the mysterious inscriptions found behind the Gantenbrink door mean?

Bauval asks the questions, is there a secret chamber in the Great Pyramid?, how is the star of David linked to the new world order of the Freemasons? and is the Second Coming of Christ linked to the opening of the fabled Hall of Records?
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  • What's the connection between the stars of the Orion Constellation and the Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt? How old is the Great Sphinx? What is contained in the secret chamber?

    Answers to these questions are explored in this book as well as Bauval's journey with dealing with the bureaucracy of Egyptian historical authorities. This book is more of hypothetical book when explaining these mysteries than representations of fact. Bauval feels an intrinsic connection between all these and explores possibilities based on age old allegories and myths.

    (Spoiler ahead)

    In answering these questions, Bauval postulates the Great Sphinx was created with superior knowledge of technology and architecture taught by another race. This race is the question of great debate and Bauval eventually settles on the Atlantians; a mythical society which technologically advanced. The postulation of the 10,000 BCE creation of the Sphinx and the hypothesis of hidden Atlantian scrolls hidden in the Secret Chamber in the Great Pyramid are the culmination of his hope to find the basis of humanity's genius. We might never know since we might never reach the innards of the Secret Chamber.

    (Spoiler over)

    This is a great exploration into the unknown and gives credence to what would otherwise be wild guesswork. By providing a good basis, Bauval holds his readers in suspense as to what exactly is in the Secret Chamber. Perhaps such secrets would be discovered with greater technology in the coming years, but if you want a historical episode combined with mythical and hypothetical guesswork, you might want to read this book. I enjoyed it but the end of this book left me with a great pang of loss for what we could have discovered had we opened the Chamber. For that, this book was a great tease, but otherwise, it is a good book.

  • Overall the book is fine for it's age, however could have mentioned
    that it smelled of cigarette/cigar smoke. Rather noticeable for a
    nonsmoker.

  • If you want the hard facts, read his other books and those written with graham hancock - they are excellent. This book is for people who want a very detailed expose of the intrigue 'behind the scenes'. That said, I admire his work and appreciate the frustration he must feel when the apparent experts are not prepared to consider his well-founded views.