archaeology

THE PYRAMID WEAPON HYPOTHESIS: A CONFIRMATION?

October 14, 2006 By Joseph P. Farrell

I ran across this anecdote in a book of essays recently edited and published by the editor and publisher of Atlantis Rising magazine, J. Douglas Kenyon. Mr. Kenyon's recent book, Forbidden History: Prehistoric Technologies, Extraterrestrial Intervention, and the Suppressed Origins of Civilization, contains this interesting tidbit of information prefaced to an article by Christopher Dunn, noted author of The Giza Powerplant:"In the summer of 1997, Atlantis Rising was contacted by a scientist involved in government research into nonlethal acoustical weapons. He said his team had analyzed the Great Pyramid using the most advanced tools available and concluded that its builders used sophisticated geometries that we have only recently begun to understand - "way beyond Euclidean" or any of the other familiar, ancient systems. Moreover, we were told, the analysis indicated that the only way to understand the configuration of the chambers in the Great Pyramid was in acoustical terms: in other words, by the sophisticated manipulation of sound. For the weapons designer, that meant the Great Pyramid was, in all probability, a weapon - an extremely powerful one at that. Unfortunately, for reasons that remain unclear, we soon found ourselves unable to contact the scientist again, and we were left with a tantalizing bit of information that we could not corroborate." (p. 221)While this is in some respects typical of the type of anecdotal evidence that so often makes its rounds in alternative literature, there are features of this story that suggest its authenticity, not the least of which is the association of US government laboratories such as Sandia and Los Alamos with precisely this type of "non-lethal" and "acoustical" weapons research. More important, however, is the fact that, other than myself, I know of no one in publicly available literature who has suggested the association of the Great Pyramid with weaponry of an "acoustical" (and highly non-linear) nature. While Kenyon indicates that his initial contact was in 1997, his book, from which this anecdote was taken, only appeared in 2005, a few years after the appearance of my Giza Death Star and Giza Death Star Deployed. Readers familiar with both books will recall that I argued for the "gravito-acoustic" or "electro-acoustic" nature of its highly powerful energy manipulations, and moreover urged that these were based upon a highly "unified" physics, a kind of "well tempering" of all types of frequency and wave-form phenomena, which could only be brought about by a sophisticated and highly developed topological and geometric analysis.Hence, it is Kenyon's reference to geometries "way beyond Euclidean" that I find the most compelling thing here, for the phrase conjures the type of "hyper-dimensional" quasi-Euclidean type of geometry one finds in such works as Coxeter's Regular Polytopes (an excellent introduction to the theory and technique of hyper-dimensional geometry and its depiction and mathematical descriptions of the regular solids in >3 dimensions). That such geometries would be involved in the analysis of the Great Pyramid I find to be no surprise then.Nor do I find it at all surprising that the scientist disappeared into the aether almost as soon as he had made his revelations, revelations that are but another indicator that someone, somewhere deep and high within government black projects takes very seriously the idea of a sophisticated and very ancient "paleophysics", and that it might find visible and tangible expression in the Great Pyramid.In short, I for one am inclined to take Mr. Kenyon's anecdote seriously, and at his word.