The Lost Scriptures of Giza: Enoch and the Origin of the World's Oldest Texts (Paperback)

The Lost Scriptures of Giza: Enoch and the Origin of the World's Oldest Texts By Jason M. Breshears Cover Image
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Centuries after a cataclysmic depopulation of the world, mankind sought to replicate the only connection he had with his Maker. Pyramids were erected everywhere, as colonies of survivors thrived. None have matched the Great Pyramid of Giza in size and meaning - its secrets now uncovered and explored in this important groundbreaking book. This book also reveals:

  • New discoveries of the amazing teachings and ministry of Abraham at the Great Pyramid in Egypt.
  • Ancient traditions of the pyramid covered in extinct language.
  • A secret body of obscure scriptures in the Bible that refer to the Great Pyramid.
  • Ancient knowledge that the Great Pyramid complex was long ago beneath the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Ancient Egyptian accounts of the discovery of the Great Pyramid, with Egyptian based memories of Abraham visiting the Giza site.
  • Secret traditions regarding the Sphinx and why it appears older than the pyramids - but is not.
  • An ancient body of teachings holding that Enoch was the architect of the Giza monuments before the Great Flood.
  • Historical records showing that the Great Pyramid was built to preserve knowledge and survive through a planetary cataclysm.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781585091447
ISBN-10: 1585091448
Publisher: Book Tree
Publication Date: March 24th, 2017
Pages: 220
Language: English

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