This true-life story will resolve many of the questions posed by present day archeologists and historians about HATSHEPSUT, ancient Egypt's first female Pharaoh. MORE IMPORTANTLY, IT WILL ANSWER THE QUESTION OF WHOSE BODY IS REALLY ON DISPLAY IN THE CAIRO MUSEAUM IN EGYPT. A story of love, war, hatred, betrayal, conspiracy, assassinations, and the truth of what happened to Me! THEBES, EGYPT 1450 B.C. HATSHEPSUT, a woman of power, held the double crown of Egypt. A 5-foot 2-inch tall slender woman, with the beauty of a goddess; of course, she was a goddess. She was the daughter of Amun-RA, the God of Thebes. Her golden skin was like honey, as was Her sweetness, but she was as strong and brave as her warriors on the battlefield. Who was she? The mysteries that have surrounded her and her death have puzzled the world of archeology and history for hundreds of years. The walls of her temple in the Valley of the Kings have kept silent. And the Valley of the kings have held a terrible secret for 3,500 years. Now the truth shall be revealed! A true-life of a woman who defied death, space and time in search for Her beloved to tell him the truth! Who were the most important men in her life? Who helped her to reach the throne of Egypt, and battled for her love? Then there was silence. It's dark and darkness surrounds me... It's neither hot nor cold but a feeling of being...but where? Then...I remember my beloved Sen-Mut Sen-Mut! I scream, and my voice is lost Through the echo of Eternity. 3,500 years have passed, and I walk the streets of Denver, Colorado in 1979 A.D. I am wondering if he is alive in this life and if I will ever find him. I search for him desperately in the face of every man who passes me on the street. In 1982, I found him.