Basel, Switzerland.Gregor Spörri during the production of disco stroboscopes (1985).Gregor Spörri dives into a wreck in the Red Sea (1988).Gregor Spörri in front of the Great Pyramids of Giza.Gregor Spörri meditates in the sarcophagus in the great pyramid (1988).Gregor Spörri climbs to the top of the Great Pyramid for a daring experiment (1988).Gregor Spörri takes a taxi to Bir Hooker (1988).A farmhouse in Bir Hooker (1988).Gregor Spörri is shown a gruesome relic (1988).The relic from Bir Hooker - a chopped off finger of a biblical giant.The pictures of the relic of Bir Hooker are shown all over the world.Gregor Spörri talks with a journalist.Gregor Spörri in a interview with a Japanese reporter.HR Giger encourages Gregor Spörri to publish his experiences in Egypt, his theses and fantasies as a novel (2000).Gregor Spörri researches for Lost God in the Holy Scriptures.Gregor Spörri in front of the Great Pyramid in Giza (2016)Gregor Spörri explores a deep shaft beneath the Great Pyramid of Khufu in Giza.A tomb of giants deep down of the Great Pyramid? Gregor Spörri researches in the rock chamber.Gregor Spörri explores a narrow passage deep beneath the Great Pyramid of Giza.Gregor Spörri with Erich von Däniken in front of the Great Pyramid.Gregor Spörri explains his research on the Great Pyramid in Giza.Gregor Spörri examines a giant sacrophagus in the Serapeum of Sakkara, Egypt.Gregor Spörri researches in the tomb of Osiris in Giza.Gregor Spörri researches the mysterious caves of Huangshan in China.Gregor Spörri is follows the final launch of the Space Shuttle Endevaour in Cape Canaveral.Gregor Spörri explains a scene from his novel at the Kenndy Space Center (2011).Gregor Spörri researches for his novel Lost God - Judgment Day.Gregor Spörri with his research folders about Lost God.Gregor Spörri presents his novel: The Lost God (2012).

About the Author

Gregor Spörri was born in Basel, Switzerland, in 1955. Following school, vocational training, and military service, he founded an event and equipment company for road shows and clubs, which he still runs today.
In 1988, Spörri traveled to Egypt to dive for wrecks. Afterward, he explored the country’s historic sites to gather ideas for a dance club in Ancient Egyptian style. But the adventurer in him also had extracurricular activities in mind – he wanted to be locked up for a night in the great Pyramid of Khufu in order to conduct daring experiments, alone and undisturbed.
His strange project didn’t go unnoticed and brought him in contact with an old grave robber, who seemed to know more about the fabled pyramids than any Egyptologist. In the end, the Arab even allowed the Swiss to look at his family treasure, which included a gruesome relic. Spörri’s view of the world was shaken – because the relic appeared to be the severed limb of a prehistoric, humanoid giant, as they appear in ancient myths, legends and the Holy Bible. The photos he took of the limb made its way around the world.
The Egypt shock, his research, the exploration trips with Erich von Däniken – Swiss pioneer of the ancient astronauts theory, as well as the conversations with H.R. Giger – master of dark surrealism and creator of the monster from the film series ALIEN, inspired Gregor Spörri to write LOST GOD.


Gregor Spörri has created a dedicated website about his Egyptian shock experience and his research: Grespo.com

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