Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid: Window on the Universe

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Adventures Unlimited Press, 1997 - History - 100 pages
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This first book on the sacred geometry of these two ancient and mystical sites, the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge, is a fascinating study of the geometry and inner mathematics encompassed by and encoded in these structures. Gaunt concludes that the numbers encoded into these ancient structures are modern man's tangible link with antiquity, and that together, Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid may be a window through which the secrets of the universe and the origins of creation can be glimpsed.

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The Language of the Universe
Why Stonehenge?
Pyramid Secrets
Through the Window
In the Beginning Elohim
The Sign of the Rainbow
When the Answers are Simple Then You Hear God Talking
Appendix Miscellaneous

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About the author (1997)

Bonnie Gaunt is the author of over a dozen books on Bible Codes, numbers and gematria in the New and Old Testaments. Originally from Michigan, she now lives with her cats in Arkansas.

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