Mysteries Giza Death Star Deployed

Giza Death Star Deployed

Giza Death Star Deployed
Catalog # SKU0610
Publisher TGS Publishing
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Joseph P. Farrell
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Giza Death Star Deployed
The Physics and Engineering of the Great Pyramid

by Joseph P. Farrell, Ph.D.

Did a High-Power Maser unleashed from the Great Pyramid almost destroy the Solar System?

Here is physicist Joseph Farrell's fantastic follow-up to The Giza Death Star, in which he established that the Great Pyramid was part of a gigantic military experiment to create a Death Star beam weapon. Here he puts forward the theory that the giant chemical maser was eventually deployed - with disastrous results to the solar system !

Farrell takes us from the Giza Plateau to the so-called Pyramids of Mars, and finds evidence of a similar Death Star pyramid there. His theory of galactic destruction also explains the mystery of the asteroid belt.

In this book Farrell explores:

  • Exploding Planets

  • The Stargate Conspiracy

  • Exoteric and Esoteric Investigations of the Great Pyramid

  • Dating of the Giza Compound and the Catastrophe

  • Evidence of the Use of Weapons of Mass in Ancient Times

Farrell also provides a Tesla analysis of the putative physics and engineering of the Giza Death Star, and a synopsis of scalar physics and paleophysics. Includes a discussion of quantum numerology, feedback loops and tetrahedral physics, as well.


pp. 116-117

But there is equal strangeness, if not downright implausibility, to military operations and statements of both sides during the last days of the war. Consider the following Inventory of High Strangeness.

  1. Hitler, during a conference with his generals in the Bunker in 1945, made the wild pronouncement, when questioned by one of them as to why the strongest and best formations left to the Wehrmacht were deployed, not in defense of Berlin, but of Prague, that Prague was the key to winning the war. Allied military intelligence also confirmed that the strongest SS panzer formations were deployed in the vicinity of Prague, an order of battle that, on the plain face of things, made no military sense to them, other than, as the Allies' own estimates of the situation concluded, that Berlin had ceased to be an important economic and military target.

  2. General Patton's US Third Army literally raced through Bavaria into Bohemia, making a beeline for the famous Skoda armaments works at Pilsen, all but blown off the map by Allied bombing raids.

  3. Hitler boasted that Germany would deploy horrendous new weapons that would snatch victory from defeat at "five minutes past midnight."

  4. The Germans were nearing completion of an enormous airfield in Norway.

  5. U-boats departed Germany with secret cargoes, some bound for Japan, others to the South Atlantic, right up to the end of the war. One of these, the U-234, was carrying plans for rockets, jet aircraft, scientists and engineers, and two Japanese military officers, was bound for Japan. When captured by the Americans, the U-boat's torpedo tubes were discovered to have been full of metal cylinders that, according to some reports, were lined with gold. Gold lining has but one purpose: to protect from radiation of refined uranium, yet Germany, so the allied legend goes, was nowhere near a functioning nuclear reactor, and therefore, nowhere near enough stockpiling of weapons-grade uranium. Other U-boats surrendered themselves to Argentinean authorities three months after the war, and their captains steadfastly refused to reveal their cargoes or whereabouts for the three months following the German surrender.

  6. With respect to the probable use of the cylinders in U-234 to transport refined uranium, it is worth noting that as late as March 1945, American engineers in the Manhattan project complained that their stocks of U-235 were about half the necessary critical mass for a bomb, after three years of intensive stockpiling and research. So another nasty question for standard looms: where did the other half come from?

  7. Curiously, approximately a week before the German surrender, a lone Luftwaffe Ju-390 flew from Norway to within 12 miles of New York City, and then back to Norway, a non-stop flight of over 32 hours.

  8. Equally curious is the fact that the American uranium bomb dropped on Hiroshima was never tested. We are implicitly asked to believe the post-war histories that the Americans dropped their one and only supply of an uranium bomb on Hiroshima without having first tested it, an exercise of military folly and incompetence unthinkable at that stage of the war. What is the bomb had not exploded, and the Japanese, eagerly at work on their own A-bomb (and according to one version, within days of testing their own version of it successfully) recovered it?

  9. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, what does one make, when all is said and done, of the sudden inability of Heisenberg, Hartek, Diebner, Gerlach, Hahn and others to produce the bomb, especially since Heisenberg was able, within a week of the news of Hiroshima, to come up with an essentially correct estimate of the critical mass of a uranium bomb and the basic design of the bomb itself?

About the Author:
Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and has published four previous works, all on theology. He lives in a small house in eastern Oklahoma, where he pursues research on his other loves and hobbies: classical music (he is an organist, plays the harpsichord, and composes classical music), physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff".

Softbound, 5.5x8.5", 283 pages


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