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The Pillar of Enoch

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Date: Wednesday - December 13, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Ken Klein

Writer and documentary filmmaker Ken Klein talked about angelic messengers and the supernatural origin of the Great Pyramid, which he refers to as the Pillar of Enoch.

According to Klein, the Great Pyramid was not an ancient tomb, but rather a monument "built with supernatural knowledge that was handed down to Enoch." This Old Testament figure received instruction on how to engineer the Great Pyramid from angels, he further explained. The builders knew the circumference and diameter of the planet, understood Pi, and built the structure using 'sacred cubits,' Klein offered as proof of the Pyramid's angelic design.

Klein believes the Great Pyramid was built to teach humans about the spiritual world, to provide "a bridge from our dimension to a more transcendental understanding of God and the universe." The ultimate meaning of the monument is to remind humanity that they were once angelic messengers charged with populating the universe with life, Klein concluded.

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