Manu Seyfzadeh: Under the Sphinx
Edgar Cayce, the “sleeping prophet” predicted a century ago that records from Atlantis will be found somewhere under the Great Sphinx in Egypt. Independent researcher and author Manu Seyfzadeh takes the reader on an investigative journey to ancient Egypt to explore what it is the ancient Egyptians had to say about this in their own writings.
The trail begins with an unusual painting that presents a paradox of history related to the sky. In pursuit of its origin, myth and reality begin to converge leading from the City of Thoth back to the Great Sphinx. The evidence leads to a stunning conclusion: What was under the Sphinx was opened a long time ago. What was taken was a legacy by one no one could have expected and laid the seed of civilization into its cradle by the River Nile.
Manu Seyfzadeh is of German and Persian descent. He became interest in Egyptology watching programs featuring Zahi Hawass and reading Robert Bauval’s “The Orion Mystery”. By accident, he stumbled across a clue hidden in the dimensions of the Great Pyramid at Giza no one to date had published.