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  • Paperback: 294 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Pr (January 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0932813380
  • ISBN-13: 978-0932813381
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.1 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #300,849 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Joseph P. Farrell is a physicist and researcher who lives in Oklahoma. This is his first book.

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Joseph P. Farrell was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1957, has a B.A. in Biblical Studies and Philosophy, an M.A. in Historical and Theological Studies, and a Ph.D. in Patristics (NOT physics as one of his publishers keeps insisting on saying in spite of his best efforts to get them to change that!). After a lifelong interest in alternative history, science, and a fascination for ancient texts, Joseph started writing in 2001 on these subjects. He also studied pipe organ from the age of six until beginning college, and composes classical music for friends and family. He also plays the harpsichord.

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I'm not too far into this book, but it's very interesting.
Patrick
In this book, Farrell expands upon Christopher Dunn's research into the true nature of the Great Pyramid of Giza as a working machine.
Jon Norris
Start thinking, really thinking for possibly the first time.
from Minneapolis

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84 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Cletus F. Wallace on November 6, 2002
Format: Paperback
Farrell theorized that the Great Pyramid was a terrible weapon of mass destruction, used by by a technological advanced ancient civilization in the mist of pre-history and sets today on the Giza Plateau disarmed but ready!
Farrell's technical civilization is the 'doner' civilization that provided the foundation of the Egyptian civilization that existed in the Nile Valley some 5,000 years ago.
What kind of civilization would have designed and built such an awsome weapon of mass destruction as envisioned by Farrell, and apparently used it with no hesitation against their fellow man? A civilization not unlike those that arose from the foundations and ashes of older extinct civilizations. A civilization subject to all the faults and foibles of human beings, hatred, love jealously and greed. No different than those in existance today and poised to destroy the world.
Farrell speculates, the "Great Pyramid was a phase congugate mirror(magic mirror of legends),and howitzer, utilizing Bohm's 'pilot wave' as a carrier to acelerate electromagnetic and acoustal waves to a target via harmonic interfermetry." Ferrell believes that the chambers and passageways of the Great Pyramid were used as a series of loops to generate and amplyfy these gravito-acoustical waves and direct them to their target.
Farrell finds traces of this ancient science he calls "Paleophysics" in the ancient and obsecure texts of Egypt.
If Ferrell's asumptions are correct, this ancient weapons system was the most powerful weapon ever to exist on Earth. Even today, with our advanced technology, the technology involved in the building of this weapon system can only exist in dreams.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Marzano on May 19, 2006
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I gave this book 5 stars because I love books that are based on the groundbreaking work of Christopher Dunn in his book "The Giza Power Plant".

The author is a physicist but he has enough imagination to believe in mythology, realizing that those myths and legends are based on reality at some level.

Farrell takes Dunn's theories about the pyramid being a machine to a new level. Based on the ideas of Zecharia Sitchin he proposes that the Giza complex was intended to be a military base and weapons platform before it was even constructed.

Because the author is a physicist he focuses mainly on the scientific aspects of his theory while perhaps neglecting the positive, spiritual aspects of how this mystical structure was used for positive purposes.

Farrell compares what happened over 12,000 years ago in Egypt to our own society today where most of the national budget is put into military projects.

However we may as well compare our current society to another planet as far as how similar the world was at that time to today.

While I enjoyed this book immensely I do not believe that the Giza complex was created to be used as a weapon of mass destruction.

Rather as the American psychic Edgar Cayce said about a similar technology on Atlantis it was the misuse of such awesome power that became destructive.

Cayce did say that the terrible crystal technology was used to create a death ray on Atlantis after the evil Atlanteans got control of it.

But that same ray was also used to power their flying saucers and for other things including spiritual things that aren't related to technology.

I guess it is possible that this same scenario played out in ancient Egypt.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Joanneva12a on November 24, 2007
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"Giza Death Star" is Dr. Farrells hypothesis on the true function of the Great Pyramid left by a Paleoancient society predating the Egyptian "legacy" civilization who merely inherited it. Farrell postulates that the Great Pyramid is a shell missing its primary components which were likely deliberately destroyed as recounted in ancient Sumerian texts.

Building upon the works of writers such as Christopher Dunn and others, Farrell brings together ancient esoteric texts and various known physics together with some amazing mathematical facts about the Great Pyramid itself to form his hypothesis that the Great Pyramid went beyond being a power source but was instead an ancient weapon of terrible mass destruction.

He puts forth a plausible case that the great Giza Pyramid tapped into the fabric of resonant energy that is freely available on Earth and beyond, which then coupled and oscillated gravitational and electromagnetic energy along with acoustical energy into a superluminal wave form called a pilot or scalar wave. The passageways inside the pyramid itself hold many redundancies to Planck's constant and could have been used ( with its now missing components ) as an amplification feedback loop using interferometry and harmonics.

There is lots of physics in this book - a necessary primer in understanding where the authors ideas come from. My biggest complaint is the information presented seemed rather scattered at times and took a long time to come together for the reader. There were times when the book flowed and other times when it did not, and I was not particularly comfortable with the format of the chapters.
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