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Robert Bauval - Black Genesis, The Ancient People of Nabta Playa & Mars Anomalies
August 27, 2009
Robert Bauval (born in Alexandria, Egypt) is an author, lecturer, and Ancient Egypt researcher, best known for his Orion Correlation Theory. Bauval was born to parents of Belgian origin. He attended the British Boys' School in Alexandria and the Franciscan College in Buckinghamshire, England. He left Egypt in 1967 just before the Six-Days War during the reign of Gamal Nasser. He has spent most of his engineering career living and working in the Middle East and Africa as a construction engineer. Robert Bauval joins us to discuss the roots of Egyptian civilization and his book "Black Genesis", an outline that pre-pharonic civilization evolved from a black race. We discuss the people of Nabta Playa in the Nubian Desert. Topics Discussed: Orion Giza Correlation, 10 500 B.C., beginning of Egyptian civilization, pyramids are of the 4th Dynasty, Flinders Petrie, Sahara, Fred Wendorf, the Nabta Playa ceremonial site, megalithic constructions, bones of cows, Stonehenge, stellar alignments, Big Dipper, Orion, Sirius, carbon dating - 7000 B.C., naming the people at Nabta Playa, Mediterranean people, why people observe stars, Tibesti Mountains, water stations, Abu Ballas Hills, Dakhla, pharaonic scriptures, lost kingdom of "Im", the people of Ham, sons of Noah, evidence for agriculture, use of cattle, sub-Saharan, sand storm, movement of dunes, mindset of the ancient people, relationship to the environment, The Maasai and much more. In our second hour for members, Robert talks about the roots of architecture, Saqqara in Egypt and the megalithic era, when people started building with bigger stones. Robert talks about the ancient people and their relationship with nature, which they modeled their architecture from. This included temples and pyramids. Then, we discuss climate change, human origins, ice ages and pre-history. We elaborate on the possibility that we've been seeded from elsewhere. Later, we talk about life on Mars, including the mysterious monuments. Are they natural features or created by someone? Robert also discusses scientific research, alternative research and keeping a balanced viewpoint. We end by talking about solar alignments and ancient knowledge of astronomy. Topics Discussed: roots of architecture, Saqqara, The Sphinx Temple, megalithic era, building with large stones, erosion, build like the gods, natural pyramids, organic and natural architecture, stars as symbols of survival, the origins of human beings, star people, exploded star, external stimulus, internal knowledge, climate change, quick climactic changes, a pre-history before the history, age of the universe, UFO at Giza, Mars mysteries, microbiological life on Mars, Cydonia, Mark Carlotto, Richard Hoagland, life in the universe, artificial vs. natural structures on Mars, strange monuments on Earth, scientific evidence, mythological records, non tangible evidence, Carlo Bergman, solar alignments, knowledge of astronomy and much more.

 

Relevant links

robertbauval.co.uk

Flinders Petrie

Nabta Playa

Abu Simbel

Nabataeans

Humans nearly wiped out 70,000 years ago, study says

Giza

Egyptian hieroglyphs

Orion Correlation Theory

Afrocentrism - Role of Ancient Egypt

Black Pharaohs

Black pharaoh trove uncovered

Fred Wendorf

Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5


Tibesti, Abu Ballas Hill, Dakhla & Uwainat


Robert Bauval looks at Mystrious Uwainat


Robert Bauval and Marai with Rock inscriptions at Uwainat


The Calendar Circle at Nabta Playa


"Cow Stone" at Nabta Playa



Books & DVDs

The Egypt Code

The Orion Mystery: Unlocking the Secrets of the Pyramids

The Message of the Sphinx

Secret Chamber: The Quest for the Hall of Records

Talisman : Sacred Cities, Secret Faith

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