The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and the only one left that has withstood the test of time. For centuries one visits this enigmatic structure, trying to understand its true significance. Ancient Egyptian pyramids in general are still considered tombs for the deceased Egyptian pharaohs. After extensive research Willem Witteveen connects data of him and other researchers, which resulted in groundbreaking conclusions about the true function of the Great Pyramid and its place in history. 
The Greek mathematician Pythagoras already stated: “All is number”, the American prophet Edgar Cayce claimed: “Sound is the medicine of the future” and the Egyptian wisdom keeper Abd ‘el Hakim Awyan always said: “It is all about sound.”
Willem Witteveen proves that all these men were right and what we now regard as groundbreaking and new often had its origin in Ancient Egypt and well before the first Egyptian dynasties.
The book is divided into five main parts, four of which related to the four earthly elements: Earth, Water, Air and Fire and a fifth part on the element or quintessence called Aether. Each of these elements represents a significant process inside the Great Pyramid but they are also directly related to creation. The four earthly elements together form the circle of creation, which is domed by the fifth divine element Aether. In this circle all processes on Earth and beyond take place and the element Aether therein represents the divine world and is the carrier of all information. 
The author shows that the Great Pyramid is an enormous library of knowledge, intended for modern generations and containing the Golden Frequency of Giza, one of the basic values responsible for creation and existence of life on Earth. We ourselves are the architects and builders of these magnificent ancient monuments. We ourselves in the future tense!
People who have read this book will never look at the Great Pyramid of Giza in the same way again. It will drastically change your view on human history and by changing the perception of time it might even change your life.
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