Seriah interviews Scott Creighton, alternative Egyptologist, historian, and author of "The Great Pyramid Void Enigma: The Mystery of the Hall of the Ancestors". This is a tightly focused, riveting discussion! Topics include possible alternative purposes for the building of the pyramids (instead of just tombs for pharaohs), British Colonel Vyce's possible forgeries in the 1830's, electronic scanning of chambers within the Great Pyramid of Giza, Zahi Hawass, traditional knowledge of the Coptic Egyptians, medieval Islamic scholars, ancient Egyptian texts destroyed by repeated invasions, the value of oral traditions/legends/folklore, the science of "Geomythology", ancient peoples' memories of celestial and geological events, the world-wide great flood, the ice age, polar shifts and reversals, long-ago cataclysms and extremely drastic planetary changes, Peter Warlow's Tippe-Top Theory, cyclical "flipping" of the Earth, sphinxes, the meaning of east and west, symbolism of the pyramids' locations, the Atomic Core Explosion, Chan Thomas's book "The Adam and Eve Story: The History of Cataclysms" and its censorship by the CIA, Flavio Barbiero's theory of the Earth being inverted by a relatively small comet, the Dzhanibekov effect of objects in space, the rapid melting of ancient ice caps, the massive concentric rings in the "Eye of Africa", Atlantis, ancient monuments' meaningful positions relative to each other, Charles Hapgood's Earth Crustal Displacement Theory, ancient monuments connected by an algorithmic spiral, Mark Gaffney, the Giza pyramids alignment to the constellation Orion, Robert Bauval, astronomer Ed Krupp, Graham Hancock, inverted star map in ancient Egyptian architect's tomb, the allegorical myths of Isis/Osiris/ Seth, Dr. Virginia Trimble, Alexander Badawy, massively different estimated ages for the Great Pyramid of Giza, passages beneath the pyramids and what they held, messages contained in the construction of the Great Pyramid, Project Osiris, and more. This is fascinating, information-packed conversation!
Recap by Vincent Treewell