David H. Lewis

During the 1970’s, the entrance on the South side of the Great Pyramid, which was first described more than 2000 years ago by the famous Greek geographer Strabo, was rediscovered. Six expeditions were made into this South Slope entrance in the 1970’s, uncovering way more than what ‘they’ want you to know! David H. Lewis, the son of a Baptist minister and the leader of the expeditions, attempted to get his book published in the United States many times, however, each time the publisher was excited and willing to print the material, after a few mysterious visits from the feds and other agencies implementing intimidating tactics, everyone eventually declined to publish Lewis’ manuscripts.

Despite all obstacles, before his untimely and sudden death, Lewis managed to self-publish a few copies of his work. After his death, due to their volatile content, Lewis’ books were all but destroyed the world over. After a thorough seven-year search to locate all of Lewis’ books, seven out of nine (or possibly ten), have now been found and republished. This booklet about the Great Pyramid is the most significant of his works.

This rare and unusual book was photocopied and given to the publisher by Alfred Bielek, survivor of the Philadelphia Experiment, and it has never been professionally published. The publisher said: “The book is full of intrigue, but so much new information was contained in it, I could not put it down until I finished it.”