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Book Reviews Perceptions Magazine, January 2024

Giza: The Tesla Connection
Acoustical Science and the Harvesting of Clean energy
By Christopher Dunn

Inner Traditions
Bear & Company
One Park Street
Rochester, Vermont 05767
January 2024, 368 pages, 6 x 9, Paperback U.S. $24.00
Includes 16-page color insert and 91 b&w illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-59143-461-0
[Also available as an ebook]

Reviewed by Brent Raynes

Christopher Dunn, the author of this book and a retired aerospace manufacturing engineer, is certainly a name I recognize, as I am sure do many of you. He is the author of such previous books as The Giza Power Plant and Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt. He is no stranger to entertaining controversial ideas and possibilities pertaining to ancient Egyptian sites and potential overlooked technologies that they may have possessed. You may have also seen him on PAX Television, the Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, and the History channel. He certainly gets around. Readers may also wish to visit his website: https://gizapower.com/

Additionally, the author proposes that none other than the genius inventor Nikola Tesla utilized some of the very same universal knowledge as did the ancient Egyptians. Dunn presents a staggering amount of evidence that points to how the ancient Egyptians had learned how to stimulate the release and collection of electrons from the Earth’s crust. He closely examines research that supports the pyramid energy theory, how the Great Pyramid could concentrate electromagnetic energy, and how the pyramids were tuned to the Earth’s frequency. Multiple technical appendices presented in this book were prepared by various experts.

While the former energy systems of the pyramids are today in disarray and disuse, Dunn points out that some traces of such technologies still remain and may provide us today with abundant non-polluting power that the world so desperately could use.

Tesla would have been proud!

Sunday, July 14, 2024