Ancient legends are divided as to who built the two largest pyramids at Giza Egypt. The one records that the Egyptian Thoth, who is synonymous with the Grecian Hermes and the Hebrew Enoch, built these pyramids. The other is based on the writings of Herodotus, who named the Egyptian pharaohs Khufu and Khafra as the builders. 

   In the first volume of two, an analysis of survey measurements, beginning with those taken by the Father of Egyptology and on through to modern laser results, determine beyond question the units of measure used in the construction of the Great Pyramid. Prevailing theories regarding carbon dating, building progression, Khufu’s own record, the Egyptian calendar, and many other related subjects are examined to reveal the identity of the Great Pyramid’s builder and the message that it holds. In the second volume, passage measurements intended by the Great Pyramid’s builder are determined and an ancient zodiac is shown to astronomically date the Sphinx to pre-dynastic times. Explained are its meaning—the riddle of the Sphinx, and its message. The author of the Sphinx is identified. 

    These volumes are logical, factually grounded, and unique in perspective to anything previously written on the subject. A richly illustrated tour of the Great Pyramid includes 224 charts, drawings, maps, and photographs the majority of which are original to the author.