Egypt Exposed

Egypt Exposed

The True Origins of Civilization

DVD - 2010
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Robert Bauval's discovery about the pyramid complex at Giza called the Orion Correlation, made him headline news. Now he brings to light startling new evidence regarding the very origins of civilization. Tracing mankind's ancient roots back in time and across the landscape of Egypt and Africa, Bauval points to a remarkable site with definitive evidence that Egyptian civilization emerged from a very different origin than we are led to believe.
Publisher: [Foresthill, Calif.] : Reality Films, 2010.
Branch Call Number: DVD
932.01 22
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (80 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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insane_smurf Nov 29, 2012

this dvd is an interview woth robert bauval as he discusses the finds he made in the desert that led to the book "black Genesis". is very interesting as i have come to expect from robert bauval. researches the ancient desert incl caves, water stations, oasis & stone circles etc to try to find the origins of populations in egypt.
robert bauval, my fave author whom i have met & swapped ideas on ancient egypt with. a genius - hes the one who discovered the 3 pyraminds at giza exactly match the alignment of the stars on orions belt. read his books & those by graham hancock too (some they wrote together too)

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MeReneG
Mar 23, 2012

Very well done, interesting documentary concerning the pyramids and Sphinx at Giza. // Essentially a long monologue from Bauval, interspersed with archeological footage, film recreations, and graphics. // Provides an intriguing description of Bauval's theories that: the orientation of the three pyramids and the Sphinx is based on astrological considerations; the knowledge of astrology evolved centuries earlier, far to the west in what is now the Sahara Desert, as semi-nomadic peoples learned to used the stars as a rudimentary GPS during their recurring travels. // Well worth the watch if you have an interest in Egyptology, the pyramids, or North African/Middle Eastern history.

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