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Lost Technologies of the Great Pyramid: How the Great Pyramid was built! Paperback – January 23, 2010
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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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One minor criticism - the author should have used a professional editor. Unfortunately the reader will encounter some incorrect word use and an unnecessary repetition of several specific phrases and concepts throughout the book. While this was not a problem for me, because the priceless value of this book's core premise is such an important gift to humanity, and many thick heads will require the repetition of these key points to see clearly ... I am concerned close minded reviewers, skeptics (cynics) and their mainstream organizations like CSICOP, Skeptical Humanities and The Skeptics Society will use these minor language errors to unfairly attack and criticize the author, rather than his book's primary thesis. The thesis is, in my view, unassailable and stands entirely on its own merit. Read it yourself now and learn how the Pyramid was built, or remain ignorant for a decade or two until it becomes self-evident, common knowledge, which even the most diehard cynics are forced to concede.
There is also a total lack of realism in the broader context. So those ancients were incredibly advanced, yet sat around applying their skills to doing the sort of mundane things that the Corps of Engineers does? Unlikely. I would think a much better starting point would be to understand Edward Leedskalnin. If he could build the Coral Castle by levitating rocks, one would hardly expect highly advanced ancients to be lacking in this type of knowledge and, instead, be functioning as a Corps of Engineers type of waterway builders.