Ancient Mysteries Pyramids Giza Death Star : Paleophysics of the Great Pyramid

Giza Death Star : Paleophysics of the Great Pyramid

Giza Death Star : Paleophysics of the Great Pyramid
Catalog # SKU0609
Publisher TGS Publishing
Weight 1.50 lbs
Author Name Joseph P. Farrell


The Giza Death Star
The Paleophysics of the Great Pyramid
and the Military Complex at Giza

by Joseph P. Farrell, Ph.D.

Were the Pyramids of Giza part of a gigantic military experiment to create a death star beam weapon -- an experiment gone horribly wrong?

This is physicist Joseph Farrell's amazing book on the secrets of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Among the topics discussed in detail in this fantastic book are:

  • An Archaeology of Mass Destruction

  • Thoth and Theories

  • The Machine Hypothesis

  • Pythagoras, Plato, Planck, and the Pyramid

  • The Weapon Hypothesis

  • Encoded Harmonics of the Planck Units in the Great Pyramid

  • The Grand Gallery and its Crystals

  • The Grand Gallery and its Crystals

  • Gravito-acoustic Resonators

  • The Other Two Large Pyramids, the Causeways, and the Temples

  • A Phase Conjugate Howitzer

  • Evidence of the Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction in ancient Times

  • High Frequency Direct Current Impulse Technology

  • How the Giza Death Star worksd

  • Tons more in this fascinating and technical book!


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B. Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts and Sirius

As a tantalizing way to afford entry into an examination of the paleography of paleophysics, many have pointed out the connection between the Great Pyramid's celestial alignment with and duplication of the constellation Orion (and in particular the star Sirius) in the ground plan of Giza itself. Those correlations are also reproduced in ancient Egypt's pharaonic death-resurrection religion. This correspondence of celestial alignment and terrestrial religion, plus the corroborative evidence of the ancient terrestrial religion, plus the corroborative evidence of the ancient Egyptian "Pyramid Texts" themselves, is some of the most persuasive evidence marshaled in favor of the various versions of the Pyramid functioning as some sort of observatory, the "Observatory Hypothesis." Yet I am bold to suggest that perhaps two of the most obvious facts about that correspondence have been overlooked (not to mention the suggestive paleographic evidence assembled by Sitchin that the Great Pyramid was indeed a weapon):

(1) the association of Giza, celestially, with a Zodiacal constellation whose primary metaphorical and religious significance was death and,

(2) the embodiment of that association in the "as above, so below" principle of systems entanglement in so much evidence at Giza.

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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", 294 pages


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