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Chrisopher Dunn -| The Giza Power plant

In The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt, I have gathered a wealth of facts and conclusions, based on expert consideration of the construction of the Great Pyramid and almost all the artifacts found in it. When all this is studied together, it supports my assumption that the Great Pyramid was a power plant and the King's Chamber its center. With the help of the element that supplies our Sun (hydrogen), and by uniting the energy of the universe with the energy of the Earth, the ancient Egyptians converted vibrational energy into microwave energy. Constructors and operators, in order for the power plant to function, had to induce vibrations in the Great Pyramid that were consistent with the harmonically resonant vibrations of the Earth. When the pyramid vibrated in accordance with the Earth's pulse, it became an oscillator and could support the transfer of energy from the Earth with little or no reaction.

The equipment that gave the stimulus impulses was most likely located in an underground pit. Before or at the time of "turning the key" to trigger the stimulus impulses, chemicals were pumped into the north and south windows of the Queen's Chamber, filling them until there was contact between the multi-legged hook and the electrodes protruding from the door. Penetrating into the Queen's chamber, these chemicals produced hydrogen gas that filled the inner passages and chambers of the pyramid. The waste material of the used chemicals passed through a horizontal passage and down the shaft of the vertical trench.


Induced by vibrational stimulus pulses — aligned with the resonant frequency of the entire structure — the pyramid’s vibration gradually increased in amplitude and oscillated in line with the Earth’s vibrations.


Harmoniously associated with the Earth, the vibrational energy then flowed profusely from the Earth through the pyramid, affecting a series of aligned Helmholtz-type resonators, housed in a large gallery, where the vibrations were converted into airborne sound. Thanks to the acoustic design of the large gallery, the sound was directed to the passage leading to the King’s Chamber. Only frequencies consistent with the resonant frequency of the King's Chamber could pass through the acoustic filter, which was located in the foyer.


The king's chamber was the heart of the Giza power plant, an impressive center consisting of thousands of tons of granite, containing fifty-five percent silicon quartz crystals. The chamber was built to minimize vibration suppression, and its dimensions created a resonant cavity that was in tune with the oncoming acoustic energy. As the granite vibrated in harmony with the sound, it created pressure on the quartz in the rock and stimulated electrons to flow in a phenomenon known as the piezoelectric effect.

The energy that would fill the King's chamber at that moment became a combination of acoustic and electromagnetic energy. Both forms of energy cover a wide range of harmonic frequencies, from the basic infrasonic frequencies of the Earth to ultrasonic and higher electromagnetic microwave frequencies.

 Hydrogen freely absorbed this energy, as the builders of the Giza power plant made sure that the frequencies with which the King's chamber was aligned were harmonious with the frequency at which the hydrogen vibrated. Consequently, a hydrogen atom, consisting of one proton and one electron, efficiently absorbed that energy, and its electron was “raised” to a higher energy state.

 The north shaft served as a transmitter, or wave guide, and its original metal casing — which passed extremely precisely through the pyramid from the outside — served to direct the microwave signal into the King's Chamber. The microwave signal that passed through that waveguide could be the same one we know today to be created by atomic hydrogen, and it fills the universe and constantly bombards the Earth. That microwave signal was probably reflected from the outside of the pyramid and then routed down the north shaft.


Traveling through the King's Chamber and passing through an amplifier in a crystal box, located in its path, the input signal amplified its power due to interactions with the highly active hydrogen atoms in the resonant box amplifier in the chamber. This interaction forced the electrons to return to their natural state. On the other hand, hydrogen atoms released energy of the same type and frequency as the input signal. This “stimulated emission” was followed by an input signal and followed the same path.

The pyramids are undoubtedly silent witnesses to thousands of years of human history. What makes them unique facilities for tourists and mythologists is the fact that they were built at a time when there was no construction equipment and perfect technology. They are also interesting from the point of view of architecture and culture of that period of human history. We offer an overview of the main pyramids of the ancient world, revealing the secrets and traditions of that time.


Magnificent buildings in different parts of the world have been built in various intricate shapes, types and sizes for a variety of reasons. In the history of Egypt and China, the pyramids have played the role of burial chambers and monuments dedicated to the emperors and leaders of the country. The pyramids of ancient

American tribes and Hindus were built like religious buildings and tombs. Almost every one is unique, has its place in history and is a popular tourist destination.

The pyramids are located on the territory of the ancient cemetery in Giza, which is located on the opposite bank from (modern capital). Scientists note that during the entire existence of the ancient Egyptian kingdom, more than 80 pyramids were built, but only a small part of us survived. A total of three pyramids have survived - the pyramids of Cheops, Khafren and Mycerinus (they also have Egyptian names - Khufu, Khafra and Menkaur). Only the first on this list formally belongs to the legendary seven. However, they are all mysterious and magnificent.

 The view of these buildings is impressive. They stand out clearly in the blue sky and dark yellow sand. You notice them even from afar, before you approach them. For everyone, giant pyramids evoke sacred awe. They seem to be something cosmic, it’s hard to believe that man had anything to do with their construction. The main pyramid is Cheops (Khufu). Each side of the base is 233 m long. The height of the pyramid is 147 m. The area of ​​the pyramid is more than 50 thousand square meters. Its interior rooms occupy a very small volume - no more than 4% of the total area. Until the middle of the 19th century, the Pyramid of Cheops was considered the largest building on our planet. According to Napoleon's calculations, the stone blocks of the three pyramids at Giza would be enough to encircle the entire wall with a wall three meters high and 30 centimeters thick. All sides are almost symmetrical - such precision is surprising. The pyramid consists of 2,500,000 huge blocks, each weighing at least two tons, and the heaviest block weighing 15 tons. The architect of this pyramid is also known - the Egyptian Hemuin.

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