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are now being found almost everywhere: in 1994 in China; then
in Caral, in Peru, South America; then in Northern Italy and in
2005 in Bosnia.
it is clear that massive pyramids are a feature of many civilizations.
But they remain controversial, perhaps more so than ever. Though
Egyptologists continue to argue that the Egyptian pyramids are
tombs, no bodies have ever been discovered in them. None of the
other pyramids are tombs either. Apart from the Mayan pyramids,
which are much more recent, the other pyramids are very similar,
both in shape, size and age. Does this mean that each culture
developed this rather unique shape on its own, or does it mean
that there was a truly global movement – somewhere around
is the first book to cover the new landscape of pyramids found
worldwide. It describes the changed nature of the pyramid debate
and offers science a challenge, but equally tries to answer some
of the key messages that the last decade of pyramid discovery
has brought us. It is a series of discoveries that has changed
the archaeological world and extended all our horizons.
transforms the pyramid debate.”
David Hatcher Childress, author of “The Lost Cities”-series
brilliant read, and one with far reaching implications.”
Andrew Collins, author of “Gods of Eden” and
“The Cygnus Mystery”
done! I read this book twice in the span of six days. Coppens
clearly did his homework.”
argument for a `New Pyramid Age' is sound."