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Book Reviews Perceptions Magazine, July 2021

The Great Pyramid Void Enigma:
The Mystery of the Hall of the Ancestors
By Scott Creighton

Inner Traditions
Bear & Company
One Park Street
Rochester, Vermont 05767
July 2021, 320 pages, 6 x 9 Paperback, US $20.00
ISBN : 978-1-59143-402-3

Reviewed by Brent Raynes

This book’s author Scott Creighton, a resident of Glasgow, Scotland, is an engineer who has traveled far and wide across the globe studying ancient sacred sites. The author of The Great Pyramid Hoax, Creighton is the host of the alternative Egyptology forum for AboveTopSecret.com and has appeared on Ancient Aliens and Coast to Coast AM.

In this latest book, The Great Pyramid Void Enigma, Creighton reports on an article in the journal Nature where in November 2017 more than 30 scientists had their findings published, after a two year study that was done by three separate groups working independently studying what has been called the “Big Void” located beneath the Great Pyramid of Giza. Using a sophisticated imaging system known as muon radiography these scientists discovered a massive chamber, a previously unknown space located in the heart of the Great Pyramid’s interior. While mainstream Egyptologists dismissed the “Big Void” as merely a stress-relieving mechanism for the Grand Gallery, Creighton points out that ancient Coptic-Egyptian texts tell the real story, that it was the Hall of the Ancestors, a protected final resting place for the mummified Osiris Kings.

Creighton further claims that Khufu had the Great Pyramid constructed with an indestructible vault as the Egyptians had suffered a cataclysmic disaster, which he describes as having been a rapid pole shift and a subsequent deluge, that he believes Khufu’s astronomer-priests may have predicted, and that he suspects may have been encoded in the Giza pyramids with a timeline predicting pole shifts yet to occur.

This volume has a good many photos and illustrations, along with helpful notes, a bibliography and an index.

Wednesday, November 29, 2023