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Posted September 28, 2007
The first book in Mr Farrells Giza Trilogy, It is a shocker. Farrell shows via the physics involved, that are redundant in the Great Pyramid, who the most logical builders of the Great Pyramid technology had to be. And, even more shocking, what it's probable use was. Giza Death Star Builds on the already well established therory of this structure being used as a Machine. Mr. Farrell starts there, but where takes you past that, will leave you with several 'Oh My GOD' moments. I highly recommend this book for those that really are looking past the pablum of current mainstream Egyptology. Mr. Farrell says this is a speculative work. I say it is 'called' that to save our worlds current view of its history. You will never look at the Great Pyramid, in our 'old' paradigm ever again... ENJOY
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Posted March 9, 2011
University of Oxford scholar and physicist, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell knocked the ball out of the park with this, his first popular book exploring alternative history and alternative science. "The Giza Death Star" tells a story, but it isn't a storybook. In this enchanting book Farrell establishes his hypothesis early on and takes the reader inside his exhaustive research to support his ideas. He is quick to give credit and praise to those researchers and authors who preceded him. This book is loaded with quotes where needed and amply footnoted. The reader will be astounded by the mathematics and physics uncovered by Farrell and others in the building of The Great Pyramid. But who built it? When was it built? What was it? Having strongly hinted that this is a work not unlike a graduate thesis, it remains a page turner. "The Giza Death Star" turned out to be the first book of a trilogy. This reader has begun the second in this series while the third sets close by next in line. Dr. Farrell has now written at least 15 titles covering the exciting world of alternative history and science.
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