Modern Archaeologists think that the Great Pyramid is a tomb and nothing but a tomb, but this video clearly shows the work of an advanced civilization. The Great Pyramid, like other pyramids, was a religious structure, designed as a memorial to a deceased king. The Pyramid symbolized, among other things, the Sun, the stars, and the primeval mound. It was a resurrection device for the king; and, in its lower parts at least, it was his tomb. The Pyramid was built, in part at least, as a repository and time capsule for the benefit of a future generation of men. But it was not just a repository of physical relics and artefacts. Rather, it was a repository of a religious idea, which was expressed in a variety of ways. The late Alan Alford, author of the bestselling Gods of the New Millennium, asks why the Great Pyramid was built. Many writers have attempted to answer this conundrum by removing the Pyramid from its historical context. In contrast, Alan reinterprets the Pyramid’s architecture in the light of the Egyptian creation myth. His presentation explores the purposes of all the known chambers as well as the possibility of undiscovered chambers, including the intact burial place of Cheops.