More titles to consider

Shopping Cart



Anyone who wants to solve a mystery of the building of the Egyptian pyramids would say this with prejudice: How can I find out the truth if I’ve never seen the pyramids? I have to see them first. The paradox is born! The Pyramids of Giza plateau have a magical attribute: When you look at them, when you touch them, you become a hopeless loser instead of an optimistic searcher. The size of the stones, uneven rows with break-off edges bring mess in your mind. The pyramids become even more incomprehensible than before. Meanwhile, the pyramids, same as the stars or planets, can be solved without being up there. You just have to turn on your imagination, calculation, and logic. You do not have to see them at all. Moreover, you should not see them, if you really want to solve them! Strangely, but there is a paradox! We authors of this book were lucky! We’ve seen pyramids only on TV and books. And that fact brought bunch of questions which we wanted answers. Free of passion, we started to work with this problem with huge desire and full of optimism. The result exceeded the expectations: The right hypothesis from the beginning, healthy logic, and mathematical calculations gave birth to discoveries one after another. The more we were working with this mystery, the more it became clearer, understandable, and explainable. Dear Reader, When you finish reading this book, you might say this: One of the greatest mysteries of the world does not exist anymore!

People who read this also enjoyed

Get a 1 year subscription
for / issue

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices:

  • IOS