Did a highly advanced civilization exist in prehistory? Is the Giza Pyramid a remnant of their technology? Then, what was the power source that fueled such a civilization? The technology of harmonic resonance, claims renowned master craftsman and engineer Christopher Dunn. In a brilliant piece of reverse engineering based on twenty years of research, Dunn reveals that the Great Pyramid of Giza was actually a large acoustical device! By its size and dimensions, this crystal edifice created a harmonic resonance with the Earth and converted Earth's vibrational energies to microwave radiation. The author shows how the pyramid's numerous chambers and passageways were positioned with the deliberate precision to maximize its acoustical qualities. This may be the same technology discovered by Nikola Tesla and the solution to our own clean energy needs.
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About the Author
Christopher Dunn is a master craftsman and engineer with thirty-five years of experience. In the last twenty years, he has published a dozen magazine articles on his theories about ancient technology, including the much quoted Advanced Machining in Ancient Egypt in Analog.
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Chapter One - A New Paradigm, A New Order
Chapter Two - Questions, Discovery, and More Questions
Chapter Three - Precision Unparalleled
Chapter Four - Advanced Machining in Ancient Egypt
Chapter Five - Amazing Discovery at Giza
Chapter Six - The Coral Castle Mystery
Chapter Seven - Endeavoring to Explain the Enigma
Chapter Eight - The Giza Power Plant
Chapter Nine - The Mighty Crystal
Chapter Ten - An Amazing Maser
Chapter Eleven - A Hydrogen Generator
Chapter Twelve - Meltdown
Chapter Thirteen - Summary
Chapter Fourteen - A Glimpse into the Past
Chapter Fifteen - Lessons from the Past
Appendix A - The Mechanical Methods of the Pyramid Builders
Appendix B - Wrought Iron Found in the Great Pyramid
About the Author
What People are Saying About This
"Chris Dunn ranks among the top researchers on this subject. His book is extremely well-researched and presented and, although very controversial in content and conclusions, will no doubt become a landmark and classic in the field of pyramid studies.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
"Be prepared to be astounded with the precise information Chris Dunn lays out in The Giza Power Plant. Dunn rips open many 'established' beliefs about the Great Pyramid and dissects them thoroughly. The fun starts when he methodically constructs valid theories of his own that could change historical perception itself. Take it as you will, but this book will challenge your beliefs." - TopBookReviewers
It was very refreshing to read a new theory on the pyramids-one that was not dreamed up, whipped up, borrowed, plaguerized or just plain crazy. I was very impressed with Dunn's research and methodology. It has re-proved a case-in-point that for progress made for research, one has to get out of the surreal world of Acadamia and in touch with reality.
This was purchased for my adult son who is very interested in this subject and is enjoying this book.
The Egyptian Pyramids The Giza Power Plant Technologies of Ancient Egypt By Christopher Dunn is a book that tries to convey readers on the theory that electricity subsequently to construction. This book was purely based on Dun's opinion about how the Great Pyramid of Giza was constructed without the use of slavery and if you do not agree with the “facts” in the book you will not enjoy reading the book. The book focuses primarily on the technology and reverses engineering of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Although explaining complex concepts with simplicity, and easy to read sentences, there are claims of “incorrect description” (Morris par 1) about topics within the book. Some research is also extremely outdated. This book is for those who enjoy the mathematics within the structures of The Pyramids of Giza. It is a book I could see architects who enjoy reading how tall and wide walls are, although Dun sometimes fails to describe tools that were used for those structures. Another reason why an architect would like this book is for the many illustrations Dun uses to explain his thoughts.