UAC Conference Timely In Light Of Current Events in Egypt

February 21, 2011

The current events in Egypt which stemmed from the people’s desire for open information sources parallel the frustration felt by many scientists and researchers who have worked in Egypt for many years. Ancient sites have become more and more controversial as experts have accumulated information that directly conflicts with Egypt’s long held stance that the pyramids there were built as tombs for pharaohs.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 20, 2011

All three of the speakers appearing at the Unearthing Ancient Civilizations Conference on Saturday, March 5th in Houston, TX have worked extensively in Egypt and with the Egyptian government.

Dr. Sam Osmanagich who discovered the first pyramids on the European continent in 2005, has long been at odds with dr. Zahi Hawass, head of Egyptian Antiquities.

The conference will also spotlight the works of Andrew Collins and Chris Dunn, both veteran researchers and authors about the ancient sites in Egypt.

“It will certainly make a compelling question for the panel discussion to ask these three gentlemen about their experiences with the Egyptian government and whether they see a big change coming in the ancient site arena. They are the experts and have been working with and writing about these sites for years, ” said Peggy Sue Skipper, emcee for the conference.

Conference Details:

Saturday, March 5, 2011

8am ““ 5:30pm followed by a book signing

Unity Pyramid, 2929 Unity Drive

$99.00 per person ““ lunch included

The next Unearthing Ancient Civilizations Conference will be in Phoenix, AZ in the fall of 2011. To receive information about future conferences sign up for a free subscription to The New Era Times online newspaper at http://www.theneweratimes.com


Dr Sam Osmanagich http://www.samosmanagich.com

Andrew Collins http://www.andrewcollins.com

Chris Dunn http://www.gizapower.com

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