CITD Series: Manu Seyfzadeh, New Satellite Technology Reveals Lost Pyramid Science
Manu Seyfzadeh is of Persian and German descent. He is a medical doctor and scientist by academic training having obtained his M.D. and Ph.D. degrees at the University of California, Irvine. After an internship at Baylor University in Houston, Texas, he completed the S.T.A.R. program at UCLA, combining a residency in dermatology, and a post-doctoral fellowship program in molecular immunology. He currently works as a practicing physician for a single-specialty group practice in Southern California. Originally inspired by Robert Bauval’s The Orion Mystery, Manu entered the field of ancient history mysteries as an independent researcher in 2016 with the publication of his first book about the architecture of the Great Pyramid. Since then, he has published several articles about Egypt’s pyramids, the Great Sphinx, and Goebekli Tepe, some together with co-authors Robert Bauval, Robert Schoch, and Robert Neyland. His most recent investigations have led to a major book publication in 2021 called Under the Sphinx, foreworded by Graham Hancock, in which he investigates the hieroglyphic evidence for the real Hall of Records prophesied by the 20th century American psychic Edgar Cayce. Manu has also published new discoveries of hidden messages within the Pyramid Texts. He has been invited to present at Contact in the Desert and has been featured on several internet podcasts including Coast to Coast AM with George Noory and Jimmy Church.Manu speaks fluent English, German, and Farsi. He has a working knowledge of Spanish and the hieroglyphic language of the ancient Egyptians.