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Buries the Pyramid-as-tomb theory once and for all!,
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This review is from: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Paperback)
Christopher Dunn has written a tremendous book--far and away the best work about the Great Pyramid in the last 25 years. Using his background as a master machinist and engineer, Chris has seen the Great Pyramid as it really was and is, a magnificent structure built by master craftspeople (scientists and engineers) to be a practical device, a power plant. Chris explains why it was built so precisely, why the particular materials were used and how advanced machining and techniques had to be employed to accomplish the task. Anyone interested in recovery of ancient wisdom, understanding how the Great Pyramid could not possible have been originally designed and built as a tomb for a king, and interested in the concepts of sacred geometry, acoustical harmonic resonance theories and the great knowledge of the Ancient Khemitians (Egyptians) must read this book!
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Initial post: 10 Oct 2009 11:03:55 BDT
M. Lewis says:
So does he explain the use for the other 120 or so other pyramids dotted around Egypt?
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Last edited by the author on 15 Jun 2011 09:33:45 BDT
C. W. Bradbury says:
Most of the other pyramids you mention are both smaller and far inferior in workmanship/construction. The Eygptologists use these to 'demonstrate' the progression/development of ancient Eygptian building skills, but they can just as easily be explained as inferior 'copies' made by a primitive society hoping to gain advantage/benefits by emulating the original achievements of the ancients.
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