The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt
The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt was published in August 1998. Since then I have been overwhelmed by the response to the power plant theory. The reviews have been nothing short of incredible! I have received letters and emails from all over the world that support the argument that high levels of technology existed in prehistory on this planet and that the Great Pyramid represents the pinnacle of that technology.
Though the power plant theory may explain every characteristic and noted phenomena found within the Great Pyramid, without actually replicating its function (way beyond my own personal resources) it could be ignored or dismissed as being too fantastic by those who feel more secure with conventional views of prehistory. Not so with the hard evidence of machining! There is a section in the book that is increasingly being seen as the "smoking gun" which proves, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the pyramid builders used advanced technology. It is not a simple matter to dismiss the physical constraints imposed on those who would attempt to accurately replicate the granite artifacts found in abundance all over this ancient land. Those who try to dismiss it do so from inexperience and do not understand the subtleties of the work, or they cling desperately to the belief that Western Civilization is the first civilization to develop science and translate that science into products that require advanced methods of manufacturing.