Where Are the Great Pyramids?

Author: Dorothy Hoobler

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

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The Great Pyramids of Egypt--all kids over the age of five recognize them instantly. These massive tombs were built thousands of years ago, and still no one knows exactly how the ancient Egyptians did it! In this informative account, Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler tell the story of the powerful pharaohs who commissioned the pyramids at Giza and offer a fascinating look at the culture of the afterlife in ancient Egypt, explaining exactly how mummies were made. Easy to read and scrupulously researched, this explores the mysteries that have attracted countless visitors to the pyramids for centuries.

Biblical Code Found on the Face of the Great Pyramid Reveals: the Return of Christ in 2040

Biblical Code Found on the Face of the Great Pyramid Reveals:

Author: Gary Brannock

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Religion

Page: 104

View: 795

In Revelation John is given an enigmatic vision which is filled with apocalyptic world events to take place just prior to the return of Christ. Therefore for centuries countless scholars have attempted to interpret the dream and reveal when these future events would come to fruition. But because of its vague and confusing scenarios, they were left perplexed and could only speculate and theorize as to what John was attempting to convey in his prophecy. This writing begins by comparing the stone coffer in the Great Pyramid to the Bibles lost Ark of the Covenant, and in doing so many astounding revelations are brought to light. But when I focus solely on the pyramid itself I stumble across a cryptic clue. And once I unravel its hidden mystery, a 15,000 year old secret is revealed that connects the Great Pyramid to God, the Holy Bible, and Christ, and leads me straight to the book of Revelation in which for the first time ever, Johns vision is revealed. Upon reading this book you will understand that the reason for the ambiguity of Johns vision was because it was not meant to be interpreted until the end of time was at hand. But moreover, you will learn the location of the mysterious city of Babylon; the location of the bottomless pit; when the Antichrist will enter into the world from out of the pit; how and from where he will rise to power; who will crown him as a king; and of his greatest miracle that will deceive many nations into believing he is the risen Christ. But most imperative; you will learn that because Johns vision has been revealed in advance, that at present its a prophecy in the form of a warning, but also, that if this warning is not heeded, it is soon to become one of destiny.

Rabbits, the Great Pyramid and why My Grandpa Believes in Aliens

A New Perspective on Sustainability, Science and the Spirit

Author: Craig Liddicoat

Publisher: Craig Liddicoat


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 43

View: 631

Inspired by ancient iconic symbolism, this book outlines the simple thesis that humans need to include a fifth, spiritual 'dimension' into our basic scientific worldview if we are to collectively negotiate towards a sustainable future.

Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid

Author: Charles Piazzi Smyth

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: History

Page: 464

View: 898

Smyth's 1864 work, based on his measurements, argues that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built under divine guidance.

The Great Pyramid of Giza

History and Speculation

Author: James Bonwick

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: History

Page: 240

View: 283

Classic exploration of the Great Pyramid's construction and objectives combines imagination, erudition. Physical form; when it was built, and by whom; roles as an astronomical observatory, source of inspiration for religious teachings, more.

The Pyramid Age

Author: Emmet John Sweeney

Publisher: Algora Publishing


Category: History

Page: 180

View: 914

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Extreme Places, Grades 4 - 8

High-Interest/Low-Readability Nonfiction

Author: Kathryn Wheeler

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 805

Hook struggling readers with high-interest, low-readability nonfiction stories using Extreme Places in grades 4 and up. This 64-page book focuses on reading skills, such as determining the author’s purpose, defining vocabulary, making predictions, and identifying details, synonyms, antonyms, and figures of speech. It includes multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and true/false questions; short-answer writing practice; and comprehension questions in standardized test format. Students stay interested, build confidence, and discover that reading can be fun!

Cruising the Mediterranean

A Guide to the Ports of Call

Author: Larry H. Ludmer

Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc


Category: Travel

Page: 310

View: 789

A guide for cruisers in the Mediterranean, presenting descriptions of ports en route. It offers at-a-glance information on the itinerary, passenger/crew ratio, dining options, berth layout and capacity of cruises. The author also profiles the shore excursions available at each port.