William Henry's Revelations
Wednesday February 22, 2012

The Giza Prophecy, Part 2

Last week, Gary Osborn and Scott Creighton took us on a thrilling journey into their new interpretation of this great pyramid and its relationship to the heavens. This week, they concentrate on what they believe to be the PROPHECY encoded in the Giza Plateau, and what it may mean for us now.

William Henry is in Egypt now, and hopes to examine some of the 

Offering a radical new perspective on the Great Pyramid of Giza and all the structures surrounding it, including the Sphinx, Scott Creighton and Gary Osborn demonstrate how the designers of Giza intentionally arranged these massive structures to create an astronomical time line recording catastrophic events in the past as well as warning later generations of the precise times of future catastrophes. They reveal how the Old Kingdom pyramids of Giza were created, not as tombs for the pharaohs and their queens, but as “recovery vaults” to ensure the rebirth of the Kingdom of Egypt after a global disaster by acting as storehouses for ancient Egyptian culture--its tools, seeds, art, and sacred texts.

To go to Gary Osborn's website, click here.

To go to Scott Creighton's website, click here.

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Part one?

If the information is worth a 2 part interview isn't it also worth a good phone connection with intelligible audio?

I know Skype is cheap but you are asking listeners to consider investing in a pay subscription – so I am sure they expect you to do your part and invest in a decent phone connection. Those of us who do "pay" for our Dreamland subscription are expecting a professionally recorded interview. It would be inconceivable for me to consider calling one of my clients via Skype to discuss a project on a connection that constantly breaks up and is filled with static. Please next time check out the quality of the connection before you begin recording and if poor, hang-up and invest in a landline phone call or postpone the interview. Terrible audio; totally unprofessional.

To be fair, the interview held some fascinating material and putting up with an occasional crackle or pop is no biggie. Interestingly, it sometimes seems to be the case that some details from interviews with a dodgy phone line sink in to a much deeper degree. Maybe it's down to listening harder, not sure. Good to hear a hearty Scots accent with William. You know, I can see William moving to live in Britain at some point.

Good to hear Scott, I have been following his work for years at Above Top Secret where he has his own forum for years. http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/162/pg1/srtpages plus his work on Graham Hancocks website. http://www.grahamhancock.com/news/index.php

I have to agree it was difficult to listen to these interviews..

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