Well... all I can say is wow! I am somewhat breathless after reading the following linked article, and my mind is racing with all sorts of ideas:

Strange Signs Found at Egypt\'s Pyramid of Giza

Where to begin? Well, first of all, note the dateline of the article: May 29, 2011, well after the Egyptian uprisings and the departure of one Zahi Hawass as minister of antiquities. Then we have the even more astonishing statement of Philip J. King of Harvard University's Egyptology department that "The big question is the purpose of these tunnels.... There are architectural explanations, symbolic explanations, religious explanations -- even ones relating to the alignment of the stars -- but the final word on them is yet to be written. The challenge is that no human can fit inside these channels so the only way to do this exploration is with robots."

I found that utterly fascinating not for what it says - which in itself is significant because it is an actual bow to non-standard explanations, explanations not usually heard from Egyptologists, of the nature of the pyramids - but for what it failed to say, namely, that there was no mention of the pyramids as a tomb, nor any mention of the standard attributions of the Great Pyramid to the Pharaoh Khufu. Of course, it could be explained away: perhaps professor King really did mention these ideas and the article simply failed to quote him in this respect. But imagine, for a moment, that this was not the case, and consider the implications: the departure of Hawass, and then these remarks, may reflect that there is a deliberately orchestrated "paradigm shift" underway.

Of course, later in the article there is the bow to standard Egyptology's line that King Khufu built the Great Pyramid - a nonsensical proposition to all but the Egyptologist, considering that according to them this was all accomplished with thousands of workers, copper saws, slurry and diorite balls and all done with optical precision. Well, for that crowd, the work of Christopher Dunn has some unpleasant surprises in store. But even with this bow to conventionality, there is an unusual bow to the magical element of Egypt in the christening of the robot that took these picture as "Djedi," the name of the magician Khufu allegedly consulted in laying out the Great Pyramid.

Needless to say, that name has all sorts of symbolic associations, courtesy of George Lucas' Star Wars movie epics, for it is connected to the "knight-magicians" able to manipulate "the force" - the Egyptians' ma'at - and of course, the people ultimately responsible for destroying the dreaded "Death Star." The name, like the robot itself, suggests that "they" are looking for something, and suggests even the nature of what it is "they" might be looking for, for it is oblique testimony as to the nature of what they might expect to find: the power of the universe and the ability to manipulate it, in a pile of stone blocks that I suspect they know to be far older than their publicly sponsored academic models would suggest to be the case.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Enlil's a Dog on July 11, 2012 at 8:28 am

    I came across this interesting round table discussion on the pyramids hosted by George Noory at c2c starring and Michel Barsoum, Margaret Morris, Christpher Dunn and Robert Schoch.

    It only has just over 450 views so it’s probably a recent production but at any rate its a good listen..


  2. Steve on March 11, 2012 at 11:52 am

    I agree with Chris Dunn’s estimation of the symbols found in behind the Gattenbrink door. They highly resemble Electrical drafting symbols as any electrician might scratch or scribble at or near the connection site of any non standard connection of a measuring device. This would lessen the reliance on memory to make the right positive and negative connections, as well as any communication signals that would be separate from power wiring. For instance lets say a: 4-20ma instrumentation signal.

    His fluid level switch hypothesis is quite strong in my experienced opinion.

    The implications are quite astounding. If so, there should be another access that hasn’t been detected. Assuming long term use as opposed to a one time disposable scenario.

  3. Enlil's a Dog on March 1, 2012 at 8:22 pm

    Would anyone like to attempt to de-bunk the information in this article – Lenher and Zawass??


    • Enlil's a Dog on March 1, 2012 at 8:23 pm

      Sorry, Hawass!

  4. Pedro A. on February 13, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    Hello Mr. Farrell. Now I got “Giza death star” and “Giza death star deployed” and will start to read them. I send in early 90´s a letter to Mr. Michael Cremo, telling him that I suggest him why not relate his discoveries with Prehistory and a possible link with Bible events. But he told me that I might go with a Bible scholar and tell him my doubts. Well, I think you, Mr. Farrell, are such scholar. And as I see through your works, you finally as I imagined in the past, have given the doctrine corpus to paleontological researching joined with much more recent events as prehistorical and biblical. I think it was a thing needed to do. Thank you for doing so sir. I will study your works and fascinating with them. Sorry for the expresion but, where did the hell all that superb technology come from?

  5. Brandon on June 10, 2011 at 6:02 pm

    Nevermind guys. I figured it out. 🙂

  6. Brandon on June 10, 2011 at 5:59 pm

    Can somebody please tell me how to get to the member’s area chat for tonight – 6-10-11? A link? Thanks in advance.

  7. Thomas Marz on June 10, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    I hope we keep hearing more of this story and development. If one were doing a tensor analysis of The Great Pyramid this information and location are extremely important!

  8. marcos anthony toledo on June 10, 2011 at 11:32 am

    Keeping it vague as usual by the way guess what they found evidence of native american pressence on Rapa Nui otherwise know as Easter Island look forward to alot of history rewrites around the world now if we can get our hands on whats in the Vatican Library that would prove mind blowing. One wonders how these jerks think the pyramids were tombs the kings of Eygpt might have put a sign outside of them saying ROB ME and why were the tombs before and after kind of low key and what do those writings in the Great Pyramids really saying only the future will tell.

  9. Antoine on June 9, 2011 at 7:07 pm

    Currently it appears the carving are simple laborors markings with typical red die as seen in many other places. If it had any significance i agree with others that it would have been done properly and engraved in the stone, after they didn’t spare any expenses anywhere else did they?

  10. Kent Brashear on June 8, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    All I can say is that we are living in in a wonderful period of Earth history.
    Hope I can hang on for another twenty years to see the fantastic things to come.

  11. Laura Lee on June 8, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    Christopher Dunn has an article on those symbols that takes the tack they’re wiring instructions. Copy and paste this:


    • Tartarus on June 9, 2011 at 3:46 pm

      Interesting article.
      From everything I’ve heard of Christopher Dunn’s work, he seems like a skilled researcher.

  12. Tartarus on June 8, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Fascinating article.
    And interesting question that comes to mind is whether the hieroglyphs are like standard Egyptian hieroglyphs, or if they are completely different.
    If the latter, then that may well count as further evidence for the existence of a prehistoric civilisation in Egypt, as has long been argued (quite convincingly in my opinion) by such people as John Anthony West and others.

    Furthermore, an even bigger question is, what are the hieroglyphs saying?

  13. Dave Walton on June 8, 2011 at 11:35 am

    More evidence for a convergence between “alternative” and mainstream!

  14. ILJA on June 8, 2011 at 11:11 am

    Just a few questions: 1)what do these found hieroglyphes look like?
    2) what do they say?
    3) what it has to do with “the robots” ?

    It may have seem stupid for all of you, still I’d appreciate your help to make my understanding.
    4)Finally: can we fully rely on that source?

  15. Robert Totten on June 8, 2011 at 10:15 am

    Well all they have to do is look up Zahi’s warehouses and unpack them. Think he was sitting idle in the middle of all those dark nights? That man has hidden far more than he’s shown over the years!

  16. photios on June 8, 2011 at 7:59 am

    This is amazing and I have been waiting to hear about the new findings of Djedi. I feel we are on the cusp of a new Renaissance period.

  17. LSM on June 8, 2011 at 7:47 am

    Hi Dr. Farrell,

    please keep up your tremendous work- it’s greatly appreciated-

    I think the first thing we need to ask ourselves: is this report is legit?- who owns/what forces are behind The Palestine Telegraph?-

    sorry to be so skeptical but it’s my nature…

    Larry in Germany

  18. Jens on June 8, 2011 at 7:05 am

    English is not my first language, so maybe I read it in a wrong way.
    But I think the phrasing in that article is very carefull as well.
    They call it just “hieroglyphic symbols”, which indicates just some kind of picture like symbol and not hieroglyphics, what would be, as I undertand it, a more direct hint to what we generally understand under Egyptian writings. But I might be wrong there.
    But more. Without saying anything about what this symbol or symbols look like they say, “similar lines have been found elsewhere in Giza”.
    Again they very carefully avoid talking about the great pyramid itself, Giza is a big wide place.^^

    The name of the Robot and the story behind it I find quite interesting.
    As you yourself Dr. Farrell say so often, let`s for the sake of argument accept for a moment, that there might be a wrong translation in the Djedi story and that instead of beeing “the magician whom Pharaoh Khufu consulted when planning the layout of the Great Pyramid” he might have been the scientist/magician “whom Pharaoh Khufu consulted when EXPLORING the layout of the Great Pyramid”…
    In that case the phrasing in the beginning that the signs to be “lain unseen for 4,500 years” says nothing what so ever about when the pyramid was build… Just when someone might last have seen the sign.^^

    So, if it comes to me, your theories about time and purpose of the great pyramids construction are still intact.
    And further. With that, again, hidden public anouncement and your speculation or better to say suspicion, I am currious when they will see, for what ever reason, the need to go into Ethiopia to get their hands on what might be the ark of the covenant and from the story about it, one of the maybe crucial parts of the great pyramids, as you mention in your first book, not destroyable therefore hidden properties.

    Thank you Dr. Farrell for your lasting fascinating good and eye opening work.

    • LSM on June 8, 2011 at 7:56 am

      Hi Jens,

      great posting/insights-

      yeah, I think Dr.Farrell is absolutely magnificent-

      wo wohnen Sie?- ich: FR-



      • Jens on June 8, 2011 at 6:03 pm

        Well, the name could be scandinavian too, but actually Yes I am german, but I live in Japan.^^

        Schoene Gruesse

        • LSM on June 11, 2011 at 7:51 am

          and I’m an American of Austro-Hungarian heritage (Siebenbürgen) living in Germany-

          Liebe Grüsse-


  19. Vince DeWald on June 8, 2011 at 7:03 am

    Wow! This is awesome news. I wouldn’t be surprised if they start finding more “new” discoveries at the pyramids.

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