The Secret Chamber of Osiris - Scott Creighton


After nearly 200 years of the pyramid-as-tomb theory, a growing body of evidence suggests the first 16 pyramids of ancient Egypt were not royal tombs but nearly indestructible recovery vaults designed to revive civilisation after an anticipated major catastrophe, the Deluge of Thoth.

Scott Creighton examines the prophecy of catastrophe and the ancient Egyptians massive undertaking to ensure the survival of their civilisation. He explains how the pyramids acted as easily located storehouses for seeds, tools, and civilising knowledge, yet they would have been too visible to house the precious treasures necessary to restore the rice culture of ancient Egypt. For this, the ancients created a secret chamber whose existence was hidden in myth and whose location was encoded in the Giza pyramids.

Creighton shows how, collectively, the first 16 pyramids represent the allegorical "dismembered body of Osiris," the Egyptian God of agriculture and rebirth, and, as in the myth of Osiris, one part is missing or hidden - a secret chamber under the sands of the Giza plateau. Creighton reveals how the 3 great pyramids of Giza "point" to the secret location and how they were built with technology akin to modern hot air balloons the was used to "fly the stones into place" as citied in Egyptian legends and shown in ancient art.

Offering a new understanding of this remarkable civilisation, the author concludes with a startling revelation: shortly after he revealed the location of the secret chamber of Osiris - a location never before explored - it became the site of a major excavation by the Egyptian authorities, the result of which have yet to be made public.