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5.0 von 5 Sternen This accoustical device will make ripples
This book is certainly the best book I have read on the subject. The theory developed by Mr. Dunn is fascinating and seems reasonable. His integrity as an expert and experienced machinist is indisputable. We have to accept the idea that any civilisation that wants to build "something" must have a technology which makes sense i.e. it must be feasible. The demonstration...
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Sheer idiocy!
Wake up, people! The ancient Egyptians used slaves, not machines, to cut and polish stone. This hypothesis is utter nonsense.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This accoustical device will make ripples, 15. Juli 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
This book is certainly the best book I have read on the subject. The theory developed by Mr. Dunn is fascinating and seems reasonable. His integrity as an expert and experienced machinist is indisputable. We have to accept the idea that any civilisation that wants to build "something" must have a technology which makes sense i.e. it must be feasible. The demonstration of Mr. Dunn suggests with good reason that the simplistic hypothesis made by some egyptologists that the pyramid was built using primitive methods is based on no evidence and has not been experimented with success. I was amazed with the degree of precision with which the pyramid of Giza was built. The proposed model might not explain exactly the purpose of the pyramid of Giza but I'm sure it goes in the right direction.
I still have a few points to raise such as:
Why is there so many stones lying around the site? When we build a structure, we usually clean the surroundings afterwards. Is it because the purpose of the pyramid was purely functional and the activity of embellishing the site seemed unnecessary?
What is the functional purpose of the perfect alignment of the shafts to Sirius and the belt of Orion? This alignment was well explained in the book "The Orion Mystery" by Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert. Could it be that the energy generation of the Giza power plant was aimed at other things than only providing local power of some sort? Could it be that this power has also been used to transmit or capture messages; for communication?
On advanced machining, Mr. Dunn demonstrates that the feedrate of the drill used for drilling granite by ancient egyptians is five hundred times greater or deeper per revolution than modern drills. In addition, in chapter six we read the fascinating story of the Coral Castle mystery. One of the hypothesis is that Edward Leedskalnin altered the state of the stone using some electromagnetism technique to make it levitate. Could it be that this "altered state" made the stone "softer" and the drilling faster?
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Engaging, conscientious, and thoroughly Right On!, 14. Juli 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
Fifty years experience as an accredited field egyptologist and archaeologist, combined with a lifetime of living and studying at the foot of the Pyramids of the Giza Plateau make it rare for my partner, internationally recognized Khemitian elder and Wisdom Keeper, Abd El Hakim Awyan, to get excited about reading a new book on the construction and true function of the Great Pyramid. Christopher Dunn¹s book, The Giza Power Plant, has proved an exception.
To quote Hakim: ³Christopher Dunn has done a wonderful job of explaining the technical aspects of the Great Per Neter (Pyramid). Christopher is a man of strong mind and heart, and is a powerful voice for western ears. It is my sincere hope he continues his work, he is on the right track.²
As for myself, I am not only impressed by the breadth and clarity of Christopher¹s work, I am RELIEVED that it exists. My specialized area of ³Khemitology² is primarily philosophical and spiritual; now when someone who is really serious about the mechanics of the Great Pyramid approaches me, I can joyfully direct them to Christopher Dunn and The Giza Power Plant. They'll be in great hands!
-Abd El Hakim Awyan and Karena Bryan- International teachers of the Khemitian wisdom tradition and co-authors of the forthcoming book: Egypt and The Awakening- Insights of an Egyptian Adept.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Chris Dunn presents his theory in understandable terms!, 2. November 1998
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
I found the way Dunn described each level of his theory entertaining in that I understand the concepts of machining in today's world. He brings each phase of new information with well thoughtout descriptions so as to provoke the reader to try to understand how truly awe inspiring the tasks would be to machine solid granite. The story takes you through lot's of interesting historical facts of the discoveries made within the Great Pyramid as each new explorer struggled with the sheer power of solid granite and the reasons for it's existence. One can't help but want to see it in person after reading this book. Whomever built the pyramids I'm convinced did it with advanced machinery. I too would ponder what I might be able to discover in Egypt, perhaps remnants of tooling they used to drill into the rock. Maybe Chris Dunn will revisit the quarry or dig around in some forgotten museum and find another elusive clue in the time honored quest to know why and theorize the what for......Get the book and read his theory. You too will experience "Paradigm shift" with regard to "How" The Great Pyramid was built. The best part is his theory why. Power Plant!
Thank you for this book!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Finally Some Sense in Evaluating the Great Pyramid!, 14. Oktober 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
You don't have to listen to silly arguments that the Great Pyramid is a tomb, built with copper tools and ramps and other nonsense any longer. As a trained Master Engineer with extensive knowledge of his discipline, the perseverance of a detective, and showing the imagination of a first rate mind, Chris Dunn has given all of us a plausible explanation of what the Great Pyramid really was - a power plant. I believe that it probably served other functions as well - initiatic site, broadcast center, geodetic marker, and mathematical indicator but it was as power plant that the Great Pyramid was primarily built for. In a consistent and analytical way, Chris Dunn shows us the meaning of the granite plug, the Well Shaft, the Antechamber, the Relieving Chambers, the "Air" Shafts, the Notch in the Queen's Chamber and many other features of the Great Pyramid which have never before been explained in a coherent fashion. For any student of Ancient Egypt this book is a must and ranks with Peter Tompkins' classic "Secrets of the Great Pyramid" as necessary for any thinking person who wishes to know the meaning of the Great Pyramid.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Dunn buries the pyramid-as-tomb theory once and for all!, 21. September 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
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 magnificient 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 the recovery of ancient wisdom, understanding how the Great Pyramid could not possibly have been originally designed and built as a tomb for a king, and interested in 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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5.0 von 5 Sternen Buries the Pyramid-as-tomb theory once and for all!, 15. September 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
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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5.0 von 5 Sternen A compelling case of reverse engineering indeed!, 15. September 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
90% of the book was quite solid, scientific literature. This is the first real attempt to apply truly rational tests as to the function and form of the Great Pyramid. This subject could definitely be expounded upon.
A couple of weak points revolving around Cayce, magnetic elevation, stellar radiation, and laser transmission could have been shored up a bit more.
What I would like to see is an incorporation of some of LaViolettes ideas about galactic superwaves and radiation bombardment into his part on the explosion and destruction of the various pyramids.
Also, I would like to have heard more about the scientific communities reaction to magnetizing stone, and how realistic is. Have there been any tests? Why is it such a mystery?
In general, an engaging read and refreshing when compared to all the other New Age hype.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen It is......for (the) tomb the bell tolls., 8. Dezember 1998
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"Your achievement is undeniable and unassailable. A rock-solid foundation, i.e., the sound framework within which a magnificent superstructure can be built, is in-place for all to see. You have, without a doubt and without fear of reproach, correctly and with the highest degree of accuracy DEFINED the Great Pyramid. Make no mistake about it, there can be no question here of mere theory or whimsical hypotheses. The fact is that the structure, the overall design of the Great Pyramid has been explained! Furthermore, in addition to a rigorous structural analysis, you have unearthed what can very appropriately be alluded to as being the "Rosetta Stone" that promises to reveal to us an equally credible interpretation of the functional aspects of the Seventh Wonder of the World."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Logical, well-researched, open-minded, "must read" material!, 23. August 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
This well-presented information makes available the opportunity to explore the possibilities of advanced civilizations in pre-history. The evidence is staring us in the face if we just know what to look for. Mr. Dunn gives us facts supported by research, while stating that his theories are just that, and that he welcomes further research, debate, information and input. His book is refreshing and enlightening. His theory is plausible, well-supported, exciting and a welcome change to the implausible, unsupportable tomb theory. (I never did buy that one, anyway.)I wish Mr. Dunn the best in his on-going efforts, and recommend this book to all seekers of knowledge and truth. Although it is a bit technical, it is an easy read, and should open many eyes.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A MASSIVE GENERATOR?, 6. September 2003
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt (Taschenbuch)
The author makes a good case for having solved the riddle of the purpose of the Great Pyramid. He claims the pyramid was a large acoustical device in which the technology of harmonic resonance was used to convert the earth's vibrational energies to microwave radiation. He demonstrates the fact that the chambers and passages in the pyramid were positioned with deliberate precision to optimise its acoustical properties. When the pyramid was vibrating in tune with the earth's pulse it became a coupled oscillator that could carry the transfer of power from the earth with little or no feedback, while the three smaller pyramids on the Giza plateau could have been used to help the Great Pyramid achieve the required resonance. The King's Chamber, built of igneous granite containing silicon quartz crystals, served as the power centre while the Queen's Chamber was used to generate hydrogen, the fuel that ran the plant. Certain artefacts reveal that the ancient Egyptians used advanced machining methods. The latest discoveries, including the door found in an airshaft by Gantenbrink's Upuaut robot, fits well into this power plant theory and the author also refers to the work of Robert Bauval and Graham Hancock. The text is illustrated with black and white drawings and photographs and it concludes with copious notes, a bibliography and an index. The book is well researched, well written and in my opinion the theory is plausible and ought to be investigated further.
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