Every now and then a story is shared with me that involves not only one of my favorite subjects, but the subject that this website is (obliquely) named for: the Great Pyramid. Most readers here know that I am a "pyramidiot", as the lamestream quackademy likes to call us folks who think there's much more going on with that structure than meets the myopic quackademic eye. Whatever that structure really is, one thing it is not is "ordinary." Even "respected" archaeologists like Sir Flinders Petrie, the so-called "founder of modern Egyptology" were honest enough to make statements that the modern quackademy would rather forget they made, such as his observation that the "sarcophagus" in the "King's chamber" in the Great Pyramid looked to his late 19th century-early-2oth-century eyes as if it had been drilled out.

So whenever a story comes along  that suggests there is more than meets the eye about the structure, I'm all ears, and such is the case with this story shared by Mr. F.L.M.:

See also this story:

Great Pyramid of Giza: Archaeologists on brink of uncovering 'secret chambers' hidden inside

Using various penetrative-imaging technologies, scientists now believe there may be more hidden chambers in the structure:

It is understood how one of the “voids” is hidden behind the north face of the Pyramid. “It could have the form of at least one corridor going inside the Great Pyramid,” Scan Pyramid reported last year.
However, scientists now also believe they may be a second hidden void located beneath one of the descending corridors inside the Great Pyramid of Giza.

‘All the devices we put in place are intended to find where the cavity is located. We know there is one, but we’re trying to find out where,’ said Mehdi Tayoubi, chairman of the HIP Institute overseeing the ScanPyramids project.

Now, what's interesting to contemplate here, in our high octane speculation of the day, is what they might discover in or about those chambers. Of course, the article is suggesting the standard Egyptological line, namely, that the structure is about 4,500 years old, and that it was built by and for a pharoah:

Last October experts announced that the Great Pyramid might contain several undiscovered recesses, but experts say that it’s still not clear what these hidden rooms may contain.(Emphasis added)

In other words, the implied hope is to discover a tomb, complete with mummy, hieroglyphs, jars of organs, and so on, the elusive "proof", once and for all, that the Great Pyramid is an Egyptian monument, and not a far older one, in order to silence us "pyramidiots" once and for all. But I doubt that would really do it, for the problem posed by the structure would only be amplified: why would one need a structure embodying all sorts of mathematical information just to bury a pharaoh, unless there's something about Egyptian science and religion that quite simply continues to elude and baffle us in our "modern sophistication."

But I rather suspect that something different will be found, not in the alleged chamber, but rather, concerning it. After all, the Great Pyramid has proven to be a centuries' old frustration to treasure-seekers. When the Muslims burrowed their way into the structure in the Middle Ages in search of treasure, they found ... nothing, nothing that is, except bats and an overpowering stench of bat guano. But no mummies, no buried pharaonic treasure, just a baffling set of chambers and rooms with no apparent purpose. When British colonel Vyse blasted his way to the "hidden chambers" above the King's chamber in the 19th century (the so-called 'relieving chambers'), he found the first "confirmation" that the pyramid was built by the Pharaoh Cheops, painted in poorly executed cartouches in the "relieving chambers", which, incidentally, were all conveniently painted on the walls of the "relieving chambers" he had not dynamited through, and which, suspiciously, have not been carbon dated, a fact which has led many, including this author, to question the legitimacy of the "discovery."

What I suspect, therefore, is that if these alleged newly discovered chambers are ever explored that they too will conform to the pattern thus far argued by alternative researchers like engineer Christopher Dunn: they will be engineered to a machine-like perfection and purpose, and that they will conform to the pattern exhibited elsewhere in the structure, of embedded mathematical and physical information in its physical dimensions when examined with the appropriate non-metric metrology.

Now you may call me crazy.

See you on the flip side...


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. John Dunlap on August 18, 2017 at 1:40 am

    OK, Dr. Farrell, your crazy. Isn’t it obvious that the Great Pyramid is a tomb? What better way to conceal, secure and protect the pharaoh, not to mention all of his valuable worldly possessions, from grave robbers than to pack it all into a structure so ridiculously large that it can be seen from orbit, then cover the whole thing with glaring white, polished limestone and a solid gold cap? Uh, yeah…

  2. Katie B on August 17, 2017 at 5:35 am

    Sounds like a marketing article to me. They’ve clearly been down there, found the curiosities and are now advertising for rich countries to come see in return for better economic relations.


    • Kahlypso on August 18, 2017 at 1:47 am

      Hi Katie – Nice find. England has been a strong partner with Egypt since the 1800’s. We occupied their land after bombing Alexandria in 1882 until 1956, when we had to withdraw after the Suez Crisis. Their economy during this time has primarily been geared towards the Military complex.
      The Egyptien people had their revolution in 1952, established the Republic of Egypt and the heady days of Pharaonic rule came crashing to an end, with the arrival of Nassar.
      The Suez Crisis, ended UK’s ‘influence’ as a major world player, showed Eisenhower’s support of the Eygptiens.. (why?? He sold UK pound Sterling bonds and threatened the economic stability of UK over this affair.. … he warned the UK not to attack Eygpt. Eisenhower was the Supreme Commander of Nato.. And if you look around the woowooboards, he would be the President whom had the most contact with Alien species.) and strengthened Nassar’s position.

      So.. I’d say that UK has a BIIIG chip on the shoulder for Eygpt.. They were humiliated on the international scene by the Eygptians.. but now they need trading partners.. So what are we going to trade? This isnt the Roman Empire…. (although there are a lot of MEPs in Brussels think that they are Baccharite Roman Senators..) .. anymore.. We don’ need your grain Eygpt.. We have Monsanto and Roundup to eat now. What do the Gipshens have to sell??

  3. anakephalaiosis on August 16, 2017 at 7:52 pm

    Pyramid is analogue computer, that creates the matrix of reality, and defines the fabric of language. Pyramid merges all sciences into one symbol. It is perfect. Amazing.

    Hieroglyphs -> Coelbren -> Runes -> Old Norse -> Druid ideology.

    Biblical reference to an altar of stone in Egypt (Isaiah 19:19-20), explains the cycle of year as pyramid, thus explaining original Yahwehism as pyramidology.

    Mr. E. Raymond Capt’s conclusions are valid. The rune system has not been decoded in a millennium, so Mr. Capt could not have known, that the “Stone Kingdom” is a rune.

    Everything always points towards “spin”. But what is the nature of “spin”, and how can it be everything? Omnipresence must be God.

    • anakephalaiosis on August 17, 2017 at 4:48 am

      To reverse engineer the pyramid, one starts with the rebus on the dollar bill. A soaring view reveals a square, with lines intersecting in the center. This is the fourfold principle of year. Seasons close circle in center, defining the fifth dimension.

      Analogue computer is basically an allegory, and that is a complex metaphor. Tapping water out of a sink reveals the “spin”. This is what original hakenkreuz means. Sun cross is a basic sun watch on an ancient farm, telling time by celestial rotation.

      Grail runes explain the procedure how create clock & calendar, and that is also a “pyramid”. Can the system be weaponized? In theory yes! Because, by creating the “center of universe”, one automatically taps into it. But how, I do not know… as yet.

      Brain is an instrument to figure it out! Everything is an allegory. Man is created in the image of… a pyramid! (Original Yahwehism)

  4. DownunderET on August 16, 2017 at 5:56 pm

    Whatever the Pyramid was built for is not the main story here. And, these types of articles are always at the back of the news. So what do we have here in the Great Pyramid,, simple, a cover up,, a cover up of an ancient civilization who had technology that even today we can’t comprehend. Joseph, your Giza Death Star theory, all be it quacky, is probably as close to the truth as you can get.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 16, 2017 at 6:21 pm

      I disagree… It’s EXTREMELY wacky… but I still stick with it.

  5. goshawks on August 16, 2017 at 3:52 pm

    The Great Pyramid appearing in the Old Testament in a ‘disguised’ manner:

    “So let’s now review the information that Ralph Ellis has assembled in the book ‘Tempest & Exodus’. The references indicate that Mt Sinai should:
    a. Be sharp.
    b. Be difficult to climb.
    c. Be sharply delineated from the surrounding plain.
    d. Be small enough to be cordoned off.
    e. Yet be the highest mountain in the land.
    f. Be on the edge of a desert.
    g. Be surrounded by a black basalt pavement.
    h. Contain a pas sageway into the mountain.
    i. That the pas sageway should go steeply downwards so that a rope is required.
    j. That at the bottom of the pas sageway there is a cave.

    This may appear to be such a diverse list of requirements that no mountain in the whole of the Near East would fulfill them all.

    If you take an electronic Bible and type in a search for the word ‘pyramid’, the machine will grind its way through the long text and it will eventually beep a solemn lament and say ‘nothing found’. Isn’t this a little strange? The biblical patriarchs were resident in Heliopolis, which is just an arrow’s arc away from Giza. The Giza plateau, with its three great pyramids, is not just a wonder of the ancient world, but a stupendous wonder of the modern world too. Here we have, in the form of the Bible, a complete family history of the Israelite patriarchs who lived in Heliopolis and yet it would appear that none of them ever had tea at the pyramids or noticed these great ‘mountains’ on the near horizon.

    So why, then, are there no references whatsoever to the pyramids of Egypt in the Bible? The answer is obvious: the Bible does mention the pyramids, and it mentions them quite often; but the names of all the pyramids have been deliberately obscured by the scribes. The Giza plateau IS mentioned in the Bible, as is the Great Pyramid itself, and the biblical name for the latter is Mt Sinai.

    Take another look at the list of requirements that the real Mt Sinai must fulfil. While the description of a natural mountain would agree with very few of these points, the Great Pyramid of Giza fulfils each and every one of them. The Great Pyramid is both sharp and steep, it contains a steeply inclined pas sageway that terminates in a rough cavern, it resides on the edge of the desert and it also rises very suddenly from the surrounding pavement area. As mountains go, the Great Pyramid is rather small and easy to cordon off, yet it is also the tallest pyramid in Egypt. Finally, that pavement that looked like the night sky, corresponds perfectly with the great, black, basalt pavement that originally surrounded the Great Pyramid. (Remember that the upper chambers in this pyramid would still have been concealed in this era, thus the Bible makes no mention of them).”


    There is also a hint that the hole in the side of the GP may have been tunneled OUT:

    There is also more references to various pyramids’ great age as shown by ancient repairs:

    • TRM on August 17, 2017 at 12:25 am

      That is very interesting. I’ve never heard of that one before. Mt Sinai being a reference to the great pyramid? Very cool idea and it does match nicely.

      Did you come up with the idea or is there some other reference you can link me to? Either way thanks again for bringing this to my attention.

      • Kahlypso on August 17, 2017 at 1:33 am

        Hi TRM, the Mt Sinai being the Pyramid theory, was popularised by Graham Hancock. I dont know if it was his own theory, but as Goshawks points out. There are a lot of similarities.
        I only have 1 little probleme with the Pyramid being Mt Sinai.. The fleeing refugees clearly wrote that the Moses went up Mt Sinai AFTER they crossed the Red Sea.
        The Bible also says that Mt Sinai was covered in clouds during the day, and shone like a fire at night.. (which sounds like an industrial complex venting steam and fire… something that the Pyramid could very well have done if it were indeed a machine..so I just keep on arguing both sides of the story because there are similitudes.. and contradictions… which may be the result (or not) of botched record keeping and mixed up chronology..

      • goshawks on August 17, 2017 at 5:35 pm

        TRM, I found the Idea from Ralph Ellis. It is laid-out in his book “Tempest & Exodus”, which I have. Ellis is a controversial writer in that he ignores the status-quo and goes where the data leads him. I would love to have him and Joseph get together in a 6-hour (open) chat session. Wow.

        Ellis’ website: edfu-books dot com/

        Note that the above articles are no longer on this slimmed-down website. The referenced articles are preserved at:
        The one with the Mt Sinai research is “Mt Sinai Discovered.”

        (Ellis seems to have gone-off ancient research and is only pursuing New Testament stuff these days. His original books, “Thoth: Architect of the Universe” and “K2: Quest of the Gods”are no longer even listed on his website. Those were more interesting to me, as they were in more ‘formative’ days.)

        • Kahlypso on August 18, 2017 at 1:53 am

          I have Thoth : Archetect of the Universe… I havent managed to read it all yet, its very hard to read. But he certainly has a lot to say about stone henges and the pyramid and mathematics.

  6. marcos toledo on August 16, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    As I have written before the pyramids are too big and too out in the open to be tombs. More likely ancient equivalent Tesla power towers that might be with a lot of work be reactivated to begin producing power again.

  7. Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2017 at 11:18 am

    As the Dr.’s favorite subject is pyramids; especially ones concerning Giza – mine is deception. Herein lies deceptions manifested quite sophisticatedly and with mathematical precision that suggests equally sophisticated tools to implement the desired deception.
    This deception, is itself, a sharpening tools of the intellect, that is primarily used, believe it or not, to deceive one’s self.
    This, intern, suggests an inherent engineering of the brain/mind itself – and more precisely the difference between fate and free will.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2017 at 11:23 am

      Is this deception just being uncovered?
      Suppose this is ‘real’ news; than would the truth be revealed when uncovered?
      No doubt, it’s interesting to see how ‘they’ purposely frame the story; in order to be lead to certain required parameters/gatekeepers, a do not tread beyond these walls[or under, or thru].

      • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2017 at 11:28 am

        Instead, I’m symbolically referring to parameters/walls of thought/insight…
        dare not –
        be breached.

        • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2017 at 11:30 am

          …which, at this sight,
          we use high-octane speculation –
          to dare daily,
          at the very least!

  8. Phil the Thrill on August 16, 2017 at 10:50 am

    Soooo, we have gone from gestational entrainment techniques under the Pyramid’s magnetic umbrella, to subjecting vaccinated infants to baby Einstein videos. Lo, how low we have sunk….

    • Phil the Thrill on August 16, 2017 at 10:51 am

      Dangit, my above comment was meant as a reply to Kahlypso’s comment and linked article below. My bad.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2017 at 4:40 pm

      Phil, reading Containment: A Thriller by Hank Parker
      [an inside man who knows the drill].
      In it a bioengineered tick disease threatens civilization.
      Solution: vaccinations worldwide.
      Problem: not everyone trusts the government.
      Of course, in this version the government is looking out for the public’s interest$.
      The way I read it, was with an eye that they were culling all the animals, including humans.
      My frame was juxtaposed to a different ‘reality’.

  9. basta on August 16, 2017 at 10:02 am

    Putting aside the Great Pyramid’s vast encodings, I find it staggering that any intelligent adult who has stepped foot inside the pyramid can still believe the old nonsense about a mummie’s tomb.
    It’s engineering on display, nothing else; largely inscrutable put clearly purposeful. If you can compare it to anything contemporary, the Grand Gallery is most recalls something of a turbine hall, but set on a steeply raking angle that obviously indicates that humans were never meant to be in there.
    It will doubtless take years to even formulate a plan to access these chambers; the days of blasting your way in are long gone and it will be done with trowels and toothbrushes and take decades.

  10. Paul on August 16, 2017 at 8:02 am

    Hi Joseph, In 1994 I was sitting on the bottom layer of the Cheops pyramid, looking down towards the back of the Sphinx, Khufu (the Great Pyramid) is to the left. On that face of Khufu, which would be the south facing side? I saw a dog! What looked to my Australian eyes very similar to a dingo or sand coloured cattle dog. It was quite low to the base but was heading up! It would walk the stone layer for 10-20 metres, jump to the next level, head back in the other direction for 10-20 metres, jump up to the next level and so on, zig zagging its way to the top. It was an incredible thing to see! It continued up until it reached I would guess between 1/4 – 1/3 way from the top, then it went IN, dead centre to the edges it went IN, between to stones and disappeared! We waited for probably half an hour or so and it never came back out. Sometime long after this I heard a tale of a mystical anubis/dog that could show you where secret chambers lie within the Great Pyramid, blew my mind! I have not ever verified the mythical dog tale but I can tell you with absolute clarity what i witnessed myself that day, a dog climbing the Great Pyramid, it knew exactly what it was doing and where it was going and it went in as described, i hope you find that as interesting to hear as it was to see! Incredible! cheers, Paul

    • Pierre on August 17, 2017 at 12:32 am

      this might interest you then. pariah dogs, and the egyptians of old had them too. they look a little thylacine to me.
      and a better link from the one in the comments that is dud

      (off topic) 13 million year old skull found.

      • Paul on August 18, 2017 at 4:54 pm

        Pierre, thanks for the link, yes, what i saw was similar to those pictured on the second link, cool, thanks again!

    • Cate on August 17, 2017 at 5:40 am

      Not an insanity-pepper-inspired coyote like Homer Simpson’s? Homer was even on top of a pyramid while they spoke. Good old misspent youth..

      • Paul on August 17, 2017 at 9:57 am

        Haha no Cate, no insanity peppers! Just a real, living dog scaling the pyramid, seen through an untainted, clean bloodstream:) ps. And no mental disorders i am aware of! 😉

  11. Kahlypso on August 16, 2017 at 7:57 am

    I’d call you incredibly insightful and thought provoking..

    This site contains some wonderful insights. I fully recommend that everyone gets a quick refresher here.. especially for the “Star Shafts..” Any argument that this Pyramid was not a machine falls on its ‘derriere’ when you see the info in that section : http://www.ancient-wisdom.com/Ghizaarchitecture.htm

    And this site is right up my street… (resonance…:)) I like the case they make about the Pyramid serving to change the Schumann resonance from 7.3hz to 1.5hz.
    So much we’ve lost.. or had hidden..

    Mr Dunn’s research and your own have clearly demonstrated for me that this isnt, nor could it ever have been.. a tomb for Pharoahs.

  12. DanaThomas on August 16, 2017 at 6:00 am

    So you are thinking of cavities that will involve resonance effects.

    • Kahlypso on August 16, 2017 at 7:57 am

      if he isnt.. I certainly am..

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