“His brother’s name was Juʹbal. He was the founder of all those who play the harp and the pipe.” – Genesis 4:21
In the previous blog, we left off with the hint that the people who lived in the days of Noah were well acquainted with advanced technology. Even by extremely conservative dating of the Great Pyramid of Giza, it is evident that this structure was in existence by the time that the Biblical account of Noah’s Flood unfolded.
In this follow-up, we will speculate that the Bible has left us hints about the family line whose members might be credited with bringing that pyramid into existence. Furthermore, we will focus on the research published 20 years ago by Christopher Dunn, author of the book The Giza Power Plant, to present the idea that the Great Pyramid is not just some static tomb that was built a couple of hundred years before the Flood, but, rather, the Pyramid was an active tool. It functioned as a very real, dynamic power plant that served various needs of a highly advanced society.
But first, a few of my own thoughts about who the builders may have been.
Technology Ascribed to Cain’s Family
The Biblical record never mentions pyramids. However, there are definite statements recorded about the advancements made by none other than Cain, murderer of his brother Abel, and the technical skills of his descendants several generations down the line. I find it noteworthy that the Genesis record would record as much as it does about Cain’s family in spite of his notoriety.
Following his brutal act of fratricide, Cain is allowed to remove himself from his parents, Adam and Eve, and his many siblings. He takes a wife and departs to start his own tribe. And, yes, the Bible assures us that Adam and Eve had many children, though only three are specifically named. It is likely that the pristine state of man’s DNA was such that it would allow close familial inbreeding without the attendant genetic disorders that we would expect today – much the way animals will cohabitate within their own family without suffering unwanted genetic consequences.
Genesis chapter four tells us that Cain “moved eastward.” It would make sense that Adam and Eve likely lived in Mesopotamia near the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. Upon being ejected from Eden, they would have wanted to stay close to a water source. All they had to do was move along the course of one of Eden’s four rivers to wherever they would set up their new home. Two of those rivers were the Tigris (or “Hiddekel) and the Euphrates. Due to the fact that the Biblical record did archive quite a few verses about Cain’s family line, and due to the fact that the names of his children and the names of his cousins’ children shared such similarities, it would make sense that Cain did not travel thousands of miles away but was likewise still domiciled in the Middle East. It’s quite possible that later generations all knew each other and even inter-married with one another.
In fact, Cain is said to have built the first recorded city following the birth of his son. The Biblical record does not say where this is, but it would not be farfetched to suggest that Cain wound up in Egypt during this pre-diluvian era. It would not have taken long for a migrating Cain to discover the lush, fertile soil of the Nile Delta. Egypt is also strategically located in between major waterways that would lend itself easily to further explorations all over the world by sea. That point will become extremely relevant in future blogs here that will discuss the recent discoveries made in Antarctica of petroglyphs carved in ancient Sumerian script.
Even more important is the fact that the Giza Plateau sits at the center of Earth’s landmass. In fact, if we, today, could reorganize our GPS navigation system, it would make much more sense to designate the longitude that passes through Cairo as the 0-degree Prime Meridian. According to this article in Wikipedia, Charles Piazzi Smyth proposed this very thing in 1864. “Smyth proposed to position the prime meridian at the longitude of the Great Pyramid because there it would ‘pass over more land than any other’.” His idea was shot down and Greenwich, England was chosen instead, for purely commercial reasons. Keep that in mind with the point made in our earlier blog about the global dynamic energy grid in which our planet is swathed. The Giza Plateau then becomes the most important nodal point of the planetary grid, and hence, the most logical place to build this power plant.
A review of the history recorded in the fourth chapter of Genesis tells us that the fifth generation after Cain was the man Lamech. He fathered three sons. Two of those sons in particular came to be noted for talents that fit very well with what we can observe about the Great Pyramid.
Lamech’s three sons were named Jabal, Jubal, and Tubal-Cain. The Bible goes out of its way to note for us that Jabal was the founder of the nomadic (or, Bedouin) peoples, “those who raise livestock and live in tents.” Jubal was the founder of those who play music on the harp and flute (string and wind instruments). Tubal-Cain is said to be the man known for his ability to forge copper and iron tools (and, likely, weapons).
It is very significant that the Bible specifically calls these three things to our attention. For one, it places the family of Cain in the Arabian peninsula. More importantly, it tells us that Cain’s family was skilled in the knowledge of acoustics and tool-making. In fact, Jubal is said to have been the founder “of all those who” were adept at the use stringed and piped instruments – as if Jubal’s people formed some sort of a specialized guild of renown in this area. It would not be unreasonable to state that this “guild” may in fact be the first recorded secret society joined in a quest for ultimate knowledge and the ultimate power source. Furthermore, Jubal’s brother Tubal-Cain was said to be able to fashion “every kind” of tool in copper and iron. Between those musical instruments and the tools, well, that, my friends, is all you need to build the pyramid-shaped power plant at Giza.
Earth Energy Into Sound Waves
Christopher Dunn’s book is a lesson in harmonics, frequencies, and coupled oscillators. Naturally, readers of this blog would be encouraged to read the book for full details on how the Giza power plant could have worked. At the very least, do take a half-hour and pay attention to the author’s own slideshow presentation noted a little further along in this blog. If I may borrow the words of a book review penned by Rob Lund, here is a one paragraph summary of Dunn’s proposal:
“He shows that the pyramid was a large acoustical device, in which the technology of harmonic resonance was used, to convert the earth’s vibrational energies to microwave radiation. He demonstrates the fact that the chambers and passages in the pyramid were positioned with deliberate precision to optimize its acoustical properties. When the pyramid was vibrating in tune with the earth’s pulse it became a coupled oscillator that could carry the transfer of power from the earth with little or no feedback. The King’s Chamber, built of igneous granite containing silicon quartz crystals, served as the power centre while the Queen’s Chamber was used to generate hydrogen, the fuel that ran the plant.”
Realizing as I do that many of the readers might not be familiar with what is meant by a “coupled oscillator,” below I present a quick and easy high school science experiment that demonstrates this phenomenon. Notice how the movement of one object can actually induce the movement of another object when both objects share the same harmonics. Where is the energy coming from?
Place yourself back in the days of Neolithic man and imagine what might have gone through your mind the first time you felt an earthquake. Once the initial fear had passed, the more curious, inquisitive minds must have asked themselves, “Whoa! What was that and how do we harness it??!!” Once people like Jubal began experimenting with strings and flutes, it would not have taken long before they began observing the physics of harmonics. Even as far back as Adam and Eve’s stay in the garden, the presence of “a rotating sword” that guarded the entrance to Eden would be enough to get somebody to start asking questions about torsion and oscillation.
In his own words, here is what Christopher Dunn has written about the capabilities of extracting energy from the natural vibrations of the Earth:
The Earth itself, as a giant dynamo, produces similar sound waves. (p. 128)
It would follow, therefore, that the energy at work in the Earth would generate sound waves that would be related to the particular vibration of the energy creating it and the material through which it passes. (p. 129)
Any electrical stimulation within the Earth of piezoelectrical materials – such as quartz – would generate sound waves above the range of human hearing. (p. 129)
If we were to discover that a structure with a certain shape, such as a pyramid, was able to effectively act as a resonator for the vibrations coming from within the Earth, then we would have a reliable and inexpensive source of energy. (p. 130)
At this point it might be good to take a look through the engineering eyes of the author at what he sees when you slice the Pyramid in half as a cutaway. Many of you readers may in fact have visited the Giza Pyramid and were informed by your Egyptian guide of the various chambers and hallways that are purported to make up some ridiculously uncomfortable tomb. Three of the sections that you hear so often in these descriptions are: the Queen’s Chamber, the Grand Hallway, and the King’s Chamber.
However, when Christopher Dunn saw that diagram, he realized that he was looking at the schematics of a power plant.
In the video below, Mr. Dunn will lead you through a slideshow presentation of just how those pieces worked together. I have the video set to begin at the 37-minute marker just to make it easy for you to skip ahead to the meat of the discussion. Below, I will copy some of this thoughts from chapter 13 of his book so that you can get the gist of what he is describing.
In my own nutshell, what he is suggesting is that the pyramid’s deep subterranean base serves to allow Earth’s own natural seismic (or other) vibrations to generate resonances at the base of the pyramid. This is how the power plant was “primed.”
The pyramid engineers built a special cavity just above the base where chemical elements were introduced via air shafts. Once combined, these chemicals created a hydrogen cloud in the “Queen’s Chamber [or, reaction chamber]. The gas filled the interior passageways and chambers of the pyramid (p. 220). What happened next? Mr. Dunn writes:
Induced by priming pulses of vibration – tuned to the resonant frequency of the entire structure – the vibration of the pyramid gradually increased in amplitude and oscillated in harmony with the vibrations of the Earth.
Harmonically coupled with the Earth, vibrational energy then flowed in abundance from the Earth through the pyramid and influenced a series of tuned resonators housed in the “Grand Gallery” [or, resonator hall], where the vibration was converted into airborne sound.
But then how do you extract energy from the “airborne sound”? And what does the hydrogen cloud have to do with all of this? Dunn goes on to explain:
The King’s Chamber [resonant cavity] was the heart of the Giza power plant, an impressive power center comprised of thousands of tons of granite containing 55% silicon-quartz crystal. The chamber was designed to minimize any damping of vibration, and its dimensions created a resonant cavity that was in harmony with the incoming acoustical energy.
As the granite vibrated in sympathy with the sound, it stressed the quartz in the rock and stimulated electrons to flow by what is known as the piezoelectric effect. The energy that filled the King’s Chamber at that point became a combination of acoustical energy and electromagnetic energy. Both forms of energy covered a broad spectrum of harmonic frequencies, from the fundamental infrasonic frequencies of the Earth to the ultrasonic and higher electromagnetic microwave frequencies.
Here comes the hydrogen part …….
The hydrogen freely absorbed this energy, for the designers of the Giza power plant had made sure that the frequencies at which the King’s Chamber resonated were harmonics of the frequency at which hydrogen resonates. As a result, the hydrogen atom, which consists of one proton and one electron, efficiently absorbed this energy, and its electron was “pumped” to a higher energy state.
Cleverly, the pyramid builders built an air- or light- shaft at a precise angle, a shaft that Dunn says was used to introduce an “input signal” from our planet’s magnetically charged medium – the atmosphere.
The Northern Shaft served as a conduit, or a waveguide, and its original metal lining served to channel a microwave signal into the King’s Chamber. The microwave signal that flowed through this waveguide may have been the same signal that we know today is created by the atomic hydrogen that fills the universe and that is constantly bombarding the Earth. This microwave signal probably was reflected off the outside face of the pyramid, then was focused down the Northern Shaft.
Traveling through the King’s Chamber and passing through a crystal box amplifier located in its path, the input signal increased in power as it interacted with the highly energized hydrogen atoms inside the resonating box amplifier and chamber [the object that tour guides always tell you was the pharaoh’s ‘sarcophagus’].
This interaction forced the electrons back to their natural “ground state.” In turn, the hydrogen atoms released a packet of energy of the same type and frequency as the input signal. This “stimulated emission” was entrained with the input signal and followed the same path…. The process could occur a trillion times over.
Summarizing it all, Dunn concludes:
What entered the chamber as a low energy signal became a collimated (parallel) beam of immense power as it was collected in a microwave receiver housed in the south wall of the King’s Chamber and was then directed through the metal-lined Southern Shaft to the outside of the pyramid. This tightly collimated beam was the reason for all the science, technology, craftsmanship, and untold hours of work that went into designing, testing, and building the Giza power plant. (Above copied from pp. 221-222.)
What we have at Giza is an energy system that is stunningly efficient with its ability to draw from Earth’s abundant free energy beneath our feet and simply keep it moving, cycling, and resonanting. If you could combine a generator with a piano, basically this is what you would get. Just stand back as the whole process converts itself into useful electromagnetism.
As wonderfully harmonic as the whole thing sounds, it was not without inherent dangers. After all, we are dealing with the powers of the universe that reach all the way up to God’s “active force” as was introduced to Bible readers in the opening second verse of that inspired record.
Runaway Vibrations and Fireballs
Mr. Dunn acknowledged what likely happened within the pyramid, possibly on more than one occasion. He reminds us of the reason why marching soldiers “break step” when crossing a bridge. Those of you familiar with the disaster that happened to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in 1940 already know what we’re talking about. In the case of the Tacoma bridge [linked here], extreme oscillation of this suspension bridge ultimately led to its collapse. Refer back to the short, high school science video posted near the beginning of this blog when the teacher spoke of a ship that was said to have capsized this way. I saw a documentary film about the Tacoma incident that speculated that the ultimate cause of the collapse may have emanated from the simple drip-drip-dripping of rain drops along the suspension apparatus. Small waves can build into mighty roars!
On page 137 of his book, Mr. Dunn cites an article from the Encyclopedia Britannica that explains what happens when you let energy run wild without “damping” it. “If the damping becomes effectively zero, momentarily, or even negative [yes, you can get negative dampening], as can happen under certain peculiar circumstances, the power withdrawal may become so great as to lead to a runaway vibration that may destroy the vibrator.”
In the opening paragraph of chapter 12, Mr. Dunn says there is evidence of meltdowns possibly caused by hyrdogen fireballs within the pyramid. Something caused the “King’s Chamber” to expand by one whole inch and ceiling beams got cracked. There are numerous other forensic evidence trails within the pyramid that points to such an accident – all of which further substantiates that the pyramid was indeed first used as a power plant not as a tomb as the Egyptian tour guides would like you to believe.
Power Plant … or Weapon?
In conclusion, Christopher Dunn’s speculation on the main purpose for which the Great Giza Pyramid was built is tantalizing, to say the least. He leaves no aspect of the pyramid’s interior out of the equation. However, if there’s anything we have learned from mankind’s post-diluvial history, it’s that every technological advancement eventually gets used to create bigger and better weapons.
Another author from whom I repeatedly quote is Dr. Joseph P. Farrell. He has consistently maintained that the pyramid was not only used as a power source but that it was unfortunately used as a weapon capable of planetary destruction. This is the reason why Dr. Farrell’s website is named “Giza Death Star.com”. In the next blog, we’ll talk about his conclusions and the fear that elite networks of people have been steadily working to bring mankind back to the days of that lost technology. As Christ warned any who would listen to him, these truly are “the days of Noah” all over again.