There is no such thing as “settled science,” and any “scientist” who tells you otherwise is no scientist at all. When new evidence comes in, a true scientist examines it with a fresh set of eyes and draws conclusions based on it. Sometimes the conclusions can be startling.
Christopher Dunn is neither a traditional scientist, an archaeologist, nor an Egyptologist – he is a self-described master craftsman, machinist, and engineer with a lifetime of experience in his field. In 1977, he became engrossed in Peter Tompkins’ The Secrets of the Great Pyramid, arguably the most authoritative book ever written about Egypt’s ancient wonder. He learned about the mathematics and precision embedded in the Great Pyramid, as well its mysterious passages and shafts.
Many who study the Great Pyramid have asked: “How did the ancient Egyptians achieve such amazing precision?” Dunn asked a much more profound and scientific question: “Why did they do it?”
Dunn could not accept the idea that the Great Pyramid was a tomb. He spent 20 years studying the Great Pyramid and other ancient Egyptian sites. He gathered new evidence and, relying on his technical knowledge and reverse engineering skills, reached a startling conclusion – the Great Pyramid was a giant acoustical device that created harmonic resonance with the Earth and converted the Earth’s natural vibration into usable microwave energy. He laid out his detailed research in the landmark book The Giza Power Plant. A second outstanding book, Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt, explores the advanced technology and machine tooling used to create Egyptian monuments and statues, and the massive subterranean boxes of the Serapeum at Saqqara.
Christopher Dunn is one of the great pioneers in the movement to reexamine antiquity’s technological marvels. His work not only gives us a much greater appreciation of the past but inspires us to seek ways to revive long-lost technology and use it to build a brighter tomorrow.