The Wands of Horus book.
Fundamental work of compilation drafting

When you hear from Valery Uvarov about "violation of his copyrights" and "many years of work and research", you should pay attention to the sources of information used in his own "masterpieces"

Unfortunately, most of the consumers have a certain degree of laziness — they do not have a habit of being interested in the information sources mentioned in the References section of the reading matter. This circumstance is very beneficial for impostors and thievish "doctors".

Referring to the sources listed in this adjuncts the self-respecting authors keep the following rules:

а) using a conditional set of facts taken from someone else's publication;

b) reworking borrowed text in order to avoid direct plagiarism;

с) practicing the quotes of origin in the limits of decency.

But this is not about Valery Uvarov...

wands of horus book


Сasting your eyes on the page with references of "Wands of Horus" book (←click pic.1) you will find at the beginning of list the following entry — I. P. Shmelev, Arkhitektor Faraona, 1993. But what does it mean in English? As you can note Valery Uvarov gave only the phonetic transcription of the title from the Russian language, in order to formally comply with the law, but not to focus anyone on this line.

The translation of that book title is - "Pharaoh's architect" (pic.2). That book was written in 1993 by Russian architect Igor Shmelev — Laureate of the State Prize of Russian Federation (pic.3).

For deciphering of a unique ancient Egyptian secret writing encoded in the panels of the Tomb of Hesy-Ra, the author was awarded a degree. In his study Shmelev convincingly substantiates that the composition of the wooden panels (XXVII century BC) represent a complete system, setting out the norms of proportioning in the mode of the Golden section (pic.4). The compositions of the boards also depict measuring instruments, among which the "magic" wand is a unique measuring device.

Pic.2 - Pharaoh's architect book
Pic.3 - Architect Igor Shmelev
Pic.4 - Hesi-Ra panels analysis
Pic.5 - Wands of Horus logo
After the most superficial acquaintance with this scientific work, you will notice that an enormous part of Valery Uvarov's book "The Wands of Horus" was copied from the writings of Shmelev.

In the authentic source you unexpectedly manage to recognize the information about the harmonic resonance, "Ba" - "Ka" and other "great discoveries of scientist and researcher" Valery Uvarov. Furthermore... Even the cover of Shmelev's book served as a logotype for "Wands of Horus" (pic.5). This is a truly "fundamental work" of a serious scientist!

You can download the book of Igor Shmelev here - "The Pharaoh's architect" by I. P. Shmelev — 1993 (PDF)

Visual analisys

Comparing the "Wands of Horus" book by Valery Uvarov (2004)
and "Pharaoh's architect" by Igor Shmelev (1993)


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In general, after you read the original source book of this genius Russian scientist, you will understand that...

a) by subtracting the stolen from architect I.P.Shmelev part (about Hesi-Ra)
b) subtracting the links taken from the Internet and other authors (116 pages of "Appendixes")

...then the substantial part of the "masterpiece" by Valery Uvarov contains only:

1. Recommendations for the wands use, which all companies have
2. Few experiments data stolen from other manufacturers of the wands before the 2001 year (see the stories above)
3. And the decoration (logo) also stolen from the "Pharaoh's architect" book.

Well, excellent JOB, Valery! Let's make the pyramids great again!

Click here to check other research by Igor P. Shmelev. There you will find the information about the Harmonic resonance law, the "Anthropo-similarity" principle in construction, and other assigned by Valery Uvarov "super-innovation" sacred techniques, received according to him as a result of his "hardest work and long years of deepest research of ancient texts ...."

The Pharaoh's architect book

The Pharaoh's architect book

Phonetic analisys

A.L.Verlinsky, Doctor of Philology of St.Petersburg State University:
«Honestly, this product (the "Wands of Horus" book) can hardly be called a book ... It cannot be regarded as an independent work, even a popular science one. It is rather an advertising booklet. Thoughts of the author are jumping from chapter to chapter, much is crammed outside logic. And of course, a huge percentage of text borrowed from other authors - books that you have shown me for the comparison.
This is not classic plagiarism since the formality of references to the sources is respected. However, this is the purest example of compilation - the percentage of text written off does not allow to call it an author's work...»