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Abd'el Hakim Awyan, My Grandfather

Abd'el Hakim Awyan
Abd'el Hakim Awyan

Growing up at the foot of the sphinx my grandfather had been sent by his uncle Zaki Awyan (A renowned tour guide and wisdom keeper in the villages of Nazlet el Samman and Abusir prior to my grandfather) to collect artifacts found in the tombs of the Giza Plateau.

The Awyan family was one of the very few families in the entirety of Egypt that had a license in artifact dealings and selling. Due to his inquisitive mind Hakim Awyan was not satisfied with simply finding and collecting artifacts, he wanted to know and understand the meaning of them.

And so he embarked on his journey of knowledge and wisdom.

After acquiring degrees in Archeology and Egyptology, he had soon come to realize that he was still in the beginning of his journey, so he kept researching for well over 50 years. Later in his journey he became well known in the fields of Archeology and Egyptology, and people sought him out from all over the world. Soon after he was invited to many different countries including the USA, Britain, Germany, Italy, and Holland as a speaker and a pioneer in ancient wisdom.

Abd'el Hakim Awyan was given honorary degrees from well renowned universities including the university of Laden in Holland. As an ambassador of peace he was sought out by diplomats from the People’s Diplomacy, then he was invited to the White House in Washington D.C. to visit Vice President George H. W. Bush.

Afterwards researchers started seeking him out to collaborate with him in alternative fields including, sacred Egyptian science, Archeoastronomy and lost ancient advanced technologies. Some of these researchers are authors Graham Hancock, Robert Buval, Stephen Mahler, Architect Christopher Dunn, film director Carmen Boulter, and professor of natural science Dr. Robert Schoch.

The Giza Plateau has been the playground of my family and the pyramids have been our guides for many generations. Like my grandfather before me, I have been exploring ancient sites from a very young age.

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