Any mention of Egypt immediately conjures up images of the awe inspiring pyramids, the great Sphinx at Giza, the huge temple complex at Karnack, the legendary hypostyle hallway with its sixty towering and brightly decorated columns, the stunningly decorated tombs in the Valley of the Kings, and the enormous temples and fabulous treasures found buried with the legendary boy-king, Tutankhamun. What motivated the Egyptians to engineer such incredible monuments? What inspired them to create such extraordinary works of art? Was it the belief that mortal pharaohs were 'gods on Earth' who many times played host to numerous mythical sky gods? Or were they motivated by a world dominated by cosmic chaos inhabited by real god-king planets which repeatedly visited Earth for an incredible 3,000 years? Be prepared to read a book that will change the course of history.
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