Pyramidology / Egyptology
Dr. Manu Seyfzadeh is a trained medical doctor and medical scientist who initially discovered his love for Egypt reading Robert Bauval’s and Adrian Gilbert’s Orion Mystery and watching Carmen Bolter’s Pyramid Code. He began to delve more deeply into Egyptology, specifically the architecture, astronomy, and the hieroglyphic language of the ancient Egyptians, and has made several original discoveries about pyramids and the Great Sphinx. Together with Robert Schoch and Robert Bauval he has published several articles challenging the orthodox model of history in Egypt and pushing back the invention of writing to prehistoric Mesopotamia.
Author Manu Seyfzadeh investigates the meaning and origin of a strange relic that does not fit into ancient Egypt. It leads him to an archive guarded by the Great Sphinx. …Read More
Together with architect Jean-Paul Bauval, Manu Seyfzadeh demonstrates a design theme based on basic numbers and geometry that accounts for the internal architecture of the Great Pyramid. The theme makes …Read More
Author Manu Seyfzadeh lays out the details of his investigation into the lost script of the Buto-Maadi and how one symbol became the key to rediscovering its mysterious traces.Read More