Even the ancient Greeks, themselves monumental architects, were overwhelmed by the pyramids. Herodotus went to Giza and came back with a report blending hard facts about dynastic succession with fanciful stories of ritual sacrifice.
Since then it seems, humanity’s interest in the pyramids has grown and continued in those parallel directions — scientific investigation on one hand, myth and occult stories on the other.
Researcher Mark Lehner has straddled both tracks. Today a prominent and award winning Egyptologist, he first went to Egypt as a disciple of clairvoyant Edgar Casey, looking for Atlantis’s hall of record in the belly of the Sphinx. Archeology and epistemology; extracting knowledge from the rock on the Giza Plateau.
Mark Lehner, Director of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project