To spare you some of the confusion, this "book proposal" is not addressed to an agent or to a publisher. This is for you the people. It will give everyone a better general idea what the book is all about and, perhaps, good reason to read it, or, not to read it, which for some of you it will ease your pain.
On that note I would like you to mark your calendars for the day of April 21. This is the approximate date the book proposal will be posted here. It's not carved in stone though, and why should it be? To make it easier, enter your email address in the window under 'Follow by email,' and you will receive a notification in your inbox every time I post something, book proposals included.
Meanwhile, I do admit, I have been tinkering with the manuscript. Since it did not add pages to the current count, I actually inserted a few new things here and there, things I thought were definitely worth inserting.
For example, for my entire conscious life I took for granted the official claim that the three pyramids on the Giza Plateau were built by Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure. As you are going to see in the book, there is definitive evidence the Great Pyramid was not built by Khufu. What about the other two, though? Then decades later it striked me.
Why would they claim three perfectly aligned with the three stars in the Orion Belt pyramids were built by three different kings? Also, why is almost no one talking about the smaller two? I had an idea, I checked a number history facts and with a number of sources, and, sure enough, the claim that these three Egyptian kings were the builders of the three Giza pyramids is all made up. As usual, when someone tells you a lie is because he wants to hide something for you, and that something is revealed in the book.