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The Great Pyramid Prosperity Machine: Why the Great Pyramid was Built! Paperback – August 16, 2011
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About the Author
Author, lecturer and independent researcher, Steven Myers has studied the Great Pyramid for over twenty years to understand how this ancient wonder of the world was built and why. His research included traveling to Egypt to conduct extensive onsite research at the Giza Plateau. Steven Myers has written two books which provide a comprehensive and detailed explanation of how and why the Great Pyramid was built. These books are: Lost Technologies of the Great Pyramid and The Great Pyramid Prosperity Machine. He has also authored numerous magazine articles and given many lectures on the subject of the Great Pyramid. Steven Myers is also a frequent guest on radio programs discussing his fascinating explanation of how and why the Great Pyramid was built. He contends that advanced technologies were used to build the Great Pyramid. He has also founded a nonprofit foundation dedicated in understanding how and why the Great Pyramid was built. The mission of this foundation is to redevelop these ancient but advanced technologies to help our modern but troubled world. The foundation's web site is at: www.thepump.org. Steven Myers lives in southwestern Oregon and his website is at: www.StevenMyers.org.
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I like the comparison to huge engineering projects in modern times. It just makes sense! Looking forward to the next book.
I would also recommend Steven's previous book, "Lost Technologies of the Great Pyramid", a common sense explanation as to "How" the Great Pyramid was built.
You will start to look at all ancient megalithic sites differently after you read these two books.
Perhaps in the future we will see a similar analysis of the other major pyramids in Egypt, and throughout the world. Many of which also have elaborate interior chambers.
I do have one question still. If the great pyramid was part of a giant water works, then why was it built with such precision (precision that we do not even adhere to in modern times for our huge water works projects), and why was it built so precisely aligned to East West North and South? Surely, the great pyramid could have pumped water just as well if the descending passage was a few more inches less straight than it already is. And surely the great pyramid could pump water just as well if its faces were not aligned to the cardinal points of a compass.
L. Draper, PhD