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Giza Prophecy: The Orion Code and the Secret Teachings of the Pyramids [Paperback]

Scott Creighton , Gary Osborn
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1 Feb 2012
Offering a radical new perspective on the Great Pyramid of Giza and all the structures surrounding it, including the Sphinx, Scott Creighton and Gary Osborn show how the designers of Giza intentionally arranged these massive structures to create an astronomical timeline recording catastrophic events in the past as well as warning later generations of the precise times of future catastrophes. They reveal how the Old Kingdom pyramids of Giza were created, not as tombs for the pharaohs and their queens, but as recovery vaults to ensure the rebirth of the Kingdom of Egypt after a global disaster by acting as storehouses for ancient Egyptian culture - its tools, seeds, art and sacred texts. Through the use of photos, maps and diagrams of the Giza plateau, the authors explain in detail how the angles and geometry of the Great Pyramid align with the stars of Orion's Belt to encode an important message: that changes in the tilt of the world's axis have occurred in the remote past, most recently in 3980 BCE, and will occur again in the near future. Highlighting the ubiquitous appearance of 23.5-degree angles - the most important of the precessional angles encoded in the Giza pyramids - in classic works of art, including the work of Leonardo da Vinci and portraits of John the Baptist and George Washington, the authors reveal how this angle, the Great Pyramid and its fateful message are tied to Freemasonry and other secret societies. Concluding with the remarkable revelation triggered by the myth of Osiris that there may be an as-yet-undiscovered 14th recovery vault on the Giza plateau, Creighton and Osborn show that the prophecy of Giza is a message of first importance to our own civilisation. Debunks the "pyramids as tombs" theory and shows how they are "recovery vaults" to ensure the rebirth of civilisation after a global disaster Explains in detail how the angles and geometry of the Great Pyramid record a shift of the world's axis in 3980 BCE and predict more to come Uncovers the location of an additional as-yet-undiscovered "recovery vault" on the Giza plateau, as revealed in the myth of Osiris

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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Bear & Company (1 Feb 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1591431328
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591431329
  • Product Dimensions: 22.8 x 15.4 x 2.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 528,197 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Scott Creighton is an engineer whose extensive travels have allowed him to explore many of the world's ancient sacred sites. The host of the Alternative Egyptology forum on AboveTopSecret.com, he lives in Glasgow, Scotland. Gary Osborn is a writer, researcher of ancient mysteries and coauthor of several books, including The Serpent Grail and The Shining Ones. He lives in Bideford.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A New View of an Ancient Place. 7 May 2012
Format:Paperback
"It is surely harmful to souls to make it a heresy to believe what is proved"
Galileo Galilei

The Giza Prophesy, the new book by Gary Osborn and Scott Creighton, begins with an introduction to the power and influence of the church in the late middle ages. They cite Galileo's imprisonment and the execution of Bruno as examples of how men of science were driven underground in order to continue their studies at this time and how this led to secret Masonic symbology in art and culture through the proceeding centuries.
Society today seems generally unaware of how powerful the church was at this time and how any threat to its rule was extinguished in brutal and merciless fashion.
This fear of persecution was reason enough to establish secret societies but Osborn and Creighton delve into these groups to show how they may also exist as guardians of a much greater secret to do with the angle of 23.5 degrees and the architecture of the Giza plateau.
Many readers will be familiar with Robert Bauval's Orion theory and it is from this starting point that Osborn and Creighton demonstrate the additional findings that corroborate and expand this 'key'.
Chapter 2, for example, deals with an extremely intriguing possible mix-up in relation to the Great Pyramid and its proposed builder Khufu and as the book progresses Osborn and Creighton cite often overlooked texts and ignored anomalies showing why the conventional dating of the Giza plateau may be wrong and how some scientists are now openly questioning the C14 dating methods.
The depth of Osborn's research in relation to the Great Pyramids measurements comes to the fore from chapter 5 onwards and the theory being put forward is supported with helpful geometric maps and explanatory calculations.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Giza Prophecy - a must read for pyramid enthusiasts 29 Mar 2012
By Sugarglider - Published on Amazon.com
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For years now, I've been absolutely absorbed by the wonder of the Great Pyramid. In 1997 I traveled to Egypt and visited the pyramids at Giza. Fortunately for me, I was able to explore the King's chamber, and then unbeknownst to the Egyptian Antiquities Police on-site, I ventured into the Queen's chamber and then down, down, down the Descending passage into the Subterranean chamber, on my own, to experience the absolute deafening silence. An amazing experience inside a truly magnificent and awe-inspiring building! Reading 'The Giza Prophecy' opened my mind, and my eyes, to something about the three pyramids on the Giza plateau, and the Great Pyramid itself, that I had never before thought possible. The Great Sphinx is a sight to behold indeed, but learning from Creighton and Osborn about the certain involvement of this ancient monument in relation to the pyramids is eerie, to say the least! The original people who sculpted the Great Sphinx and crafted the pyramids at Giza come from a civilization that far, far exceeds the technical, mathematical and astronomical knowledge that our greatest architects and builders possess today. I suppose I could say, that apart from their primary purpose for the pyramids, in their wisdom, they left a time capsule with a message, for mankind, in their future, to discover for themselves. We are that people they left the time capsule for. One could even argue, to a degree, that the present-day Freemasons will most probably be suitably influenced by Creighton and Osborn's geometrical discoveries. If Creighton and Osborn's hypothesis proves to be real, and I believe it is, then we are in for the ride of our lives! Brace yourselves for the Giza Prophecy to unfold, for you.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A New View of an Ancient Place. 7 May 2012
By readerwriter - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
"It is surely harmful to souls to make it a heresy to believe what is proved"
Galileo Galilei

The Giza Prophesy, the new book by Gary Osborn and Scott Creighton, begins with an introduction to the power and influence of the church in the late middle ages. They cite Galileo's imprisonment and the execution of Bruno as examples of how men of science were driven underground in order to continue their studies at this time and how this led to secret Masonic symbology in art and culture through the proceeding centuries.
Society today seems generally unaware of how powerful the church was at this time and how any threat to its rule was extinguished in brutal and merciless fashion.
This fear of persecution was reason enough to establish secret societies but Osborn and Creighton delve into these groups to show how they may also exist as guardians of a much greater secret to do with the angle of 23.5 degrees and the architecture of the Giza plateau.
Many readers will be familiar with Robert Bauval's Orion theory and it is from this starting point that Osborn and Creighton demonstrate the additional findings that corroborate and expand this 'key'.
Chapter 2, for example, deals with an extremely intriguing possible mix-up in relation to the Great Pyramid and its proposed builder Khufu and as the book progresses Osborn and Creighton cite often overlooked texts and ignored anomalies showing why the conventional dating of the Giza plateau may be wrong and how some scientists are now openly questioning the C14 dating methods.
The depth of Osborn's research in relation to the Great Pyramids measurements comes to the fore from chapter 5 onwards and the theory being put forward is supported with helpful geometric maps and explanatory calculations.
Osborn and Creighton were, no-doubt, well aware that their proposal will be examined by supporters and critics alike and make sure that arguments in relation to angle alignments, star-shafts and the sky itself are all supplied in painstaking detail.

So, after all of the research and calculations, just what are Osborn and Creighton proposing?
The answer is one that is currently causing a great amount of controversy and excitement, not just in the world of Egyptology but, also, in the realm of Science and Technology. The authors contend that the Giza plateau and great Pyramid point us to a 13'000 year time line linked to the precessional cycle of Orion's Belt during which, at certain times, a devastating shift in the Earth's axis may occur. The authors contend that the ancient Egyptians somehow know of this cycle and built the pyramids at Giza as seed recovery vaults in order that they might survive this cataclysm and rebuild their civilization.
An intriguing and rewarding read. Highly recommended.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb research-amazing new facts! 14 Mar 2012
By Sweet Pea #2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I just finished this exceptional book and found it to be one of the best on this topic! It is a scholarly, exciting telling of what has recently been uncovered as to the reasons for the pyramids construction. It is well worth the price and the thinking involved to understand the prophecy!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Innovative analysis, not just a rehash of old ideas 21 Oct 2012
By David Montaigne - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Early chapters focus on the suppression of scientific findings throughout history. Centuries ago, the Catholic Church was the greatest source of interference, imprisoning, coercing, torturing, and murdering anyone who refused to recant their findings and support the Church's official views. More recently, especially in the field of Egyptology (though he has been known to express official contempt for new findings outside of Egypt as well) Zawi Hawass, has hindered the acceptance of many new ideas. He has held various official titles, including the Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs and Secretary General of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities. The bottom line is he ruled Egypt's monuments and controlled what was said about its past. Anyone alleging that something in Egypt had origins further back than about 3,000 B.C. or that there may have been a great civilization before dynastic Egypt would be ridiculed in print and other media and denied further access to Egyptian sites like Giza.

Hawass would not only rant against specific archeologists; he would even turn against science itself if evidence went against his cherished paradigms. Creighton and Osborn quoted him commenting on certain evidence he didn't like saying: "Carbon dating is useless. This science will never develop. In archeology, we consider carbon dating results imaginary." (p. 153) This is not the only established form of verification Hawass has denounced, nor is this book the only one that portrays Hawass in a negative light.

Eventually the authors get to the crux of their theories: that the planet has experienced devastating natural disasters, that they occur regularly at times based on a 13,000 year cycle which is half of a precession cycle, and that the pyramids were built by a technologically advanced civilization to reveal knowledge of this cycle of disasters to future civilizations. There is lengthy analysis of certain key issues, including the location of Giza for such a message, and the focus of 23.5 degree angles in many internal passageways and shafts inside the Great Pyramid. The authors agree with Robert Bauval that the three main pyramids represent the stars in Orion's belt, and go further to suggest that the four "air shafts" in the pyramid all focus on the belt star Al-Nitak. Specifically, they claim that the open shafts mark the position of this star in recent times, and that the sealed shafts which do not continue all the way to the surface of the pyramid represent an ancient position of the star prior to the last shifting of the poles of the earth. They claim that the star's position seemed to move 6.5 degrees because Egypt itself suddenly moved 6.5 degrees. (pp. 228-236)

Readers interested in pole shifts or the idea that one may happen soon, (in 2012, for example) will be intrigued by the authors' analysis of a great circle defined by all the many pyramids at Giza, along with certain lines and angles with the sphinx. They conclude that "the Giza pyramids... served as an astronomical clock or calendar that would allow their descendants to know the precise timetable of this deadly Earth calamity and perhaps also the next date of the cycle." (p. 263) They note four significant dates, two indicating past calamities, and two indicating future destruction: approximately 9700 B.C., 3980 B.C., 2012 A.D., and 8980 A.D.

As an author on related topics (ancient civilizations, pole shifts, cycles of destruction, how to time the next cataclysm, prophecy) I found the book especially useful. Some cultures are more clear regarding their understanding of the cycle of precession. Some, like the Maya, are very clear in establishing a future date to watch out for. The Pyramid of Kukulkan at Chichen Itza has also been described as an alarm clock set for the early 21st century, and I have long suspected that the Pyramids at Giza may also point to a specific moment in time through some astronomical arrangement which had not yet been understood. Despite my own conclusions that Bible prophecy points us to 2012 and 2019, I still hesitate to accept any theory which conveniently concludes that someone long ago intended to warn us about the very publicized year 2012. Creighton and Osborn have described such a warning in the Egyptian pyramids. Perhaps they are right, and we should worry less about conclusions leading to 2012 being mere hype or "too good to be true," and worry more about the idea that something could happen soon.

One thing these authors did not focus on was the idea of the "pyramid inch" or that internal passageways in the Great Pyramid act as a timeline of events with an inch representing a year. With this in mind I find it interesting that if the original capstone were still on the pyramid and the height was 481 feet and several inches, perhaps 8 inches... then the original height of 5780 inches *could* be a warning of "completion" in the Hebrew calendar year 5780, which would correspond to my conclusion for Judgment Day in December 2019.

Regardless of the specifics (exactly 2012 or not) the authors do a great job describing Giza as a warning of future events built by an ancient and advanced civilization.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enlightening 21 Aug 2012
By S. Dillon - Published on Amazon.com
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The writer puts forth one of the most plausable explanations regarding the pyramids that I have read to date. The arrangement of the major pyramids and the so-called "Queen's Pyramids" do seem to be a representation on Earth of the constellation Orion at different times in the past. That being said, the significance of all this precise alignment and method of constructing these structures still proves to be elusive. The book is a great read and makes a case for one piece of the Giza puzzle. If we are ever to learn the facts about this region, I believe the answers will come from different approaches to form the truth. I believe this book is a major step toward that end.
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