The story described in this book refers to real and authentic events and people.

  • Since May 2001 we have obtained information on the location of the tomb of
    Pharaoh who built the Great Pyramid in Egypt. This information was obtained from
    Mrs. Lucyna Lobos from Wroclaw (Poland), through sessions of hypnotic age
    regression.
  •  The excavation of the Pharaoh’s tomb and placing the mummy in the sarcophagus
    of the Great Pyramid is suppose to “open” the Pyramid and create a protection from
    catastrophic changes such as global warming and natural disasters, especially from
    the danger of year 2012, i.e. changing of the Earth polarity.
  • According to obtained information, the Great Pyramid was constructed much earlier
    than official Egyptology assume as a giant energy generator and its main purpose was
    to protect the Earth and humanity against ecological disasters.
  • The main builders of the Pyramid originated from a distant civilization in the Orion
    Constellation. During the Pyramid’s construction the people of the earth only
    performed basic lighter tasks.
  • In order to empirically validate this information from the age regression sessions
    with Lucyna Lobos, the University of Wroclaw (Poland) has initiated archeological
    excavations in the southern mountain in Poland called Sleza in August 2004. These
    excavations proved that the information received by such non-conventional methods
    are correct and can lead to sensational archeological findings.

    • To further validate this information, the Natonal Institute of Astronomy and
      Geophisics from Cairo (Egypt) performed Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
      research in the area of the Great Pyramid in Giza, to the depth of 12 to 60
      meters in February 2006. This was achieved with the permission of the
      Supreme Council of Antiquities in Egypt. The anomalies found in sites
      indicated by Lucyna Lobos were significant however permission for
      excavation at that time was not granted.
  • In March 2008 Department of Archeology of the Cairo University signed an
    agreement with the University of Wrocław (Poland) for comprehensive research at the
    Hawara (Fayoum) Necropolis area in pursuit of the Great Labyrinth described by
    Herodotus about 450 years BC but still not found. The research and excavations
    continued until April 2009 and was abruptly stopped by Secretary General of the
    Suprieme Council of Antiquities, Dr. Zahi Hawass. Negotiations to re-start the
    Hawara Project (and the search for the tomb of the Builder of the Great Pyramid)
    continue.