THE HORIZON THEORY, PART-II: Internal Design Concept of the Great Pyramid.

@inproceedings{Aboulfotouh2005THEHT,
  title={THE HORIZON THEORY, PART-II: Internal Design Concept of the Great Pyramid.},
  author={Hossam M. K. Aboulfotouh},
  year={2005}
}
The Giza Pyramids plateau, or the horizon of "Hor-Mageed-Don ," the horizon of the falcon of the Mighty-God, and its three pyramids, is the most amazing architectonic museum on Earth. Understanding the encoded sciences in its architectonic masterpieces, particularly the great pyramid, were, and still are, among the top most challenging topics of scientific researches. Scholars are still searching for the holy wisdom and the great knowledge of the ancient designer of the pyramids. However, until… CONTINUE READING

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