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Land of the Pharaohs is a 1955 American epic film in Cinemascope and WarnerColor from Warner Bros., produced and directed by Howard Hawks, that stars Jack Hawkins as Pharaoh Khufu (also known as Cheops) and Joan Collins as his second wife Nellifer. The film is a fictional account of the building of the Great Pyramid. Novelist William Faulkner was one of the film's three screenwriters. Land of the Pharaohs literally had a cast of thousands (Warner Bros. press office claimed there were 9,787 extras in one scene) and was one of Hollywood's largest-scale, ancient world epics, made in the same spirit as The Robe, The Ten Commandments, and Ben Hur. The film was shot on location in Egypt and in Rome's Titanus studios.
originally posted by: InhaleExhale
Can you clarify what this thread is about?
how is the old Hollywood movie connected with the you tube conspiracy video?
Granite blocks weighing Sixty to 100 ton and how they are precisely cut, is evidence enough for me that these structures were not built by ancient man. Either the technology to move such weight and cut these blocks were given to ancient man from an extraterrestrial source or ancient Egyptians were not of human origin.
originally posted by: TobyFlenderson
He also states at one point that the earliest Egyptian writings state that their people come from an island that had sunk. I've never heard this before. Have you heard of this? Does anyone have a source document for this? If this is true it is very intriguing.
I expect cricket sounds as a reply
Regardless of your opinion on the alternative fringe belief's many of the rest of us have your blood must still be boiling to see a major archaeological site like this abused and defiled in this manner, I know it has happened the world and is happening in many country's right now as we type but this is a tragedy given Egypt's importance to the story of modern civilization.