Egypt is full of mysteries, both real and imagined. This is a subject where scientists, pseudo-scientists, laymen and crackpots cross paths. The primary questions are: Who built the Sphinx and Pyramids? And why? Generally speaking, "Orthodox" or "academically respectable" viewpoints will be in a related Archaeology/Egyptology category.
This list is dedicated to discussing the Neo-Courville Interpretation, i.e., the view that the Middle Bronze 1 (or EB-MB) pottery horizon represents the biblical Exodus and Conquest.
Images found on the ceiling beams of a 3000-year old New Kingdom Temple, Abydos, are purportedly of ancient aircraft.
Interpreting subsurface images as evidence of hi-tech survivors of previous civilisations.
A commentary and directory of Ancient Egypt with discussion of anomalous archaeological sites and the secrets of Egyptian spirituality. Includes photos.
Aims to promote, encourage, and facilitate the study of ancient Egypt in an alternative way.
Using the Sphinx as one of the keys, Paul LaViolette has discovered a message hidden in the zodiac constellations, that warns us of a possible future cataclysm.
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