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Pyramid prophecies

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Published by Destiny Books in Rochester, VT .
Written in English.

About the Book

A journey through time as the pyramids of the ancient world reveal their secrets. Max Toth draws on his considerable knowledge, research, and insight as he explores prophetic messages that have been concealed for centuries within the Great Pyramid at Giza.

Described by some observers as a "Bible in stone," the Great Pyramid seems to contain in cryptic codes a panorama of dates and events that correspond to significant or cataclysmic events in the history of humankind. Comparing these prophecies with those on Edgar Cayce and Nostradamus, Toth shows how information coded in the pyramids may have predicted the World Wars and foretold Christ's messianic mission twenty-two centuries before his birth.

Details of pyramid construction are examined in light of their purpose and meaning on many levels, from initiatory temples to repositories of hidden knowledge. Pyramid Prophecies details the striking similarities among pyramids built by different cultures around the world, providing a link between widely separated civilizations. Toth also includes an extraordinary first-person account by Dr. Ray Brown of his discovery of the pyramid crystal in the waters of the Bermuda Triangle.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 351-362.
Includes index.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
BF1999 .T644 1988

The Physical Object

xiii, 368 p. :
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