Artículo de Jaromir Malek: Orion and the Giza pyramids

Peter Ackroyd’s Nicholas Dyer had his own reasons when he was selecting the sites for seven new parish churches in London at the beginning of the 18th century. The structures contained ‘a narrative which is hidden so that none may see it’ – not surprisingly, considering that Oedipus Aegyptiacus and similar books provided his inspiration. Dyer is, of course, a fictional character although, disturbingly, Hawksmoor’s pyramid outside St Anne’s, Limehouse, is there for everybody to see. An attempt to uncover a narrative concealed in seven pyramids of the Egyptian 4th Dynasty is one of the themes of the recently published The Orion Mystery by Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert.

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