New findings about the location of the Hall of Records & the Tomb of Osiris

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Introduction to the Research

The extreme most ancient civilization to have lived in Egypt is far older than current paradigms allow.  This civilization, at some remote time, preserved their gift to the future, a time capsule of knowledge and artifacts, in a secret location.  They designed a treasure map, of sorts, using constellations, that would have meaning to a civilization in the distant future, when technology and understanding would again allow the decipherment of the astronomical code that leads to this storehouse.  

We have arrived.

The new translations of ancient texts, the new research, everything you will find on this site, conveys a specific message not previously understood:

The Great Egyptian God Aker was, in fact, the double lion constellation configuration of Leo and Centaurus, which, at a specific moment in time, marked a location.  This location is the top of the pyramid now known as Khafre’s, built many thousands of years after the lower portion was constructed.  

"The first pyramid built in Egypt had been submerged for nearly a quarter of a million years, since civilization had last been in that part of the country." 

(Edgar Cayce reading 341-9, text, paragraph 4)



The Hall of Records: 

…is built upon a mound (Cayce reading 5748-5, text, para. 17) 

…in position lies as the line of light falls between the Sphinx paws and past it (Cayce reading 0378-16, text, #11)

…is yet to be found from the chambers of the [cause]way that leadeth from the Sphinx (
Cayce reading 378-16, text, #11)

…lies along the entrance from Sphinx to the Pyramid in a pyramid of its own (
Cayce reading 2329-3, text, #36)

…is in the place of records that leadeth from the Sphinx to the Hall of Records 
(Cayce reading 2012-1, text, #31) 

…lies just beyond that enigma that still is the mystery of mysteries 
(Cayce reading 2404-2, text, #38)

…in the upper chamber of the first pyramid builded 
(Cayce reading 0341-8, text, #17) 

…is in the north corner of the second pyramid 
(Cayce reading 341-1, text, #17)

…in the first of the pyramids data as was preserved with the ruler will be found in the northwest corner (Cayce reading 5748-4, #2)


Newest additions

NEW!! 2-12-2014 Find out what is really revealed in this image here

NEW!! 2-08-2014 - Read an exerpt from our next book, a compelling exploration of exactly where the tomb of Osiris will be found, here.

1-11-2014 - The Am Tuat:  A Collection of Hieroglyphic Texts from the Tombs of Tuthmosis III, Amenhotep II, and Seti I - The Works of Paul Bucher   (1887-1966) Compiled and Translated from the French by John M. Bunker and Karen L. Pressler.  Now available through Amazon.

1-5-2014 - A translation of the introduction to the Am Tuat from the Tomb of Tuthmosis III.

11-9-2013 Translation of the Alabaster Sarcophagus from the Tomb of Seti I 

11-3-2013 NEW - 5th Division of Am Duat Symbology



Recent discoveries suggest the tomb of Osiris can be found, along with ancient records and treasures, in the top of the middle pyramid at Giza, known as Khafre's pyramid. This site presents the ongoing research behind that conclusion, validated with NEW translations of the ancient holy texts.

Sun rising over the Nile.  
In 10,390 BC, the course of the Nile was close to the Sphinx Temple.
"This in position lies, as the sun rises from the waters ...

Behind the Sphinx, facing East, and in front of the Sphinx, facing West, at sunrise.
... the line of shadow (or light) falls between the paws of the Sphinx"
 
Image from the Book of Aker
(3-D sun in front of Sphinx)

Cayce 378-16, #11: This in position lies, as the sun rises from the water, the line of the shadow (or light) falls between the paws of the Sphinx, which was later set as sentinel or guard, and which may not be entered from the connecting chambers from the Sphinx's paw (right paw) until the TIME has been fulfilled when the changes must be active in this sphere of man's experience

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