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Khufu Reborn

This edition of, “Khufu's Counterweights!” is an in depth look into the most enigmatic mysteries of all time consequently unraveled due to study and diligence on the part of the Pharaoh King Khufu himself, but his deepest secrets are about to be revealed for the first time in over 45 hundred years! Videos and pictorial diagrams along with an indebts look into the construction of the inner chambers of Khufu's Pyramid starting from the ground up Looking towards the future, this is a good as it gets as far as pyramid construction goes.

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Taq'uee Hicks, The Peaceful Black Warrior peacefulblackwarrior.com

34 thoughts on “Khufu Reborn

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