The Giza Death Star

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Adventures Unlimited Press, Mar 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 290 pages
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User Review  - David Sarkies - Goodreads

This is one of those really strange and speculative books about why the pyramids were actually built. I have probably mentioned it before and I will mention it again that it is not surprising that all ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dan - Goodreads

Very interesting book, saw starting here as integral to Farrell's work regarding 'paleo-physics' and his alternative history after it was heavily referenced in the introduction to 'Genes, Giants ... Read full review

Contents

Arcanum Organon
1
An Archaeology of Mass Destruction
19
Thoth and Theories
38
Coupling
52
De Physica Esoterica
111
A Quick Tour
161
The Machine Hypothesis
180
Pythagoras Plato
202
The Weapon Hypothesis
232
b The Crystals and Crystals in Occult Tradition
270
2 The Coffer
279

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About the author (2002)

Joseph Farrell is an Oxford educated historian who specializes in alternative history, World War II and secret technologies. Raised in Kansas, he has had a wide range of jobs and is currently a full-time author and researcher. His many books include: The Giza Death Star Trilogy; Reich of the Black Sun; The SS Brotherhood of the Bell; Nazi International; Roswell and Reich; The Cosmic War; Grid of the Gods; Babylon's Banksters; and others.

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