As mentioned in parts 1 and 2, Joseph Farrell’s hypothesis could be rejected at first look but it presents convincing evidence that the Great Pyramid of Giza is a machine. We just have to find out what kind of machine it is…
Joseph Farrell backs his claims with the following facts.
Nicola Tesla’s impulse transformer and the phenomenon it created are the first observed effects of vacuum potential compression from the scalar wave, or coherence of the zero-point energy stream.
This technology was the first example of what is now called scalar electromagnetism or electrogravity. The theoretical foundations of this physics are similar to some processes mentioned in ancient and occult texts, including “Hermetica” by Hermes Trismegistus and the Chinese legends of a superweapon, called “the Yin-Yan Mirror”.
When comparing Tesla’s technology for wireless transmission of energy for peaceful purposes and the Great Pyramid, the pyramid’s construction shows features suggesting that it was created as a weapon of mass destruction, and not just as a simple power plant capable of wireless energy transmission.
The theory of the pyramid as a weapon should be able to explain four main components of its construction:
- Choice of materials used in its construction, including possible missing elements.
- The pyramid’s geometric and harmonic characteristics, like parabolic surfaces.
- Interior chambers in the pyramid.
- Its feedback loops.
Let’s start with the choice of material.
Granite’s piezoelectric properties allow for the accumulation of enormous electrostatic potential, released in the form of a direct current impulse, which creates a scalar wave by crossing an ohmic barrier, made of non-linear material.
Limestone (calcium carbonate)
Non-linear materials play an important role in combining the four waves, needed for the creation of scalar wave impulses. The overall crystal structure of the pyramid may have served as a waveguide for the impulse.
“The wide application of non-linear materials – granite and limestone – in the building of the pyramid, suggests that its purpose was to create coherence in the zero-point energy stream and then aim it to a certain target with the help of harmonic scalar interferometry,” suggests Farrell.
As for the geometric and harmonic characteristics:
The architecture of the Great Pyramid resembles modern phased antennae grids and its four sides served as parabolic reflectors. Parabolic surfaces collect and focus the background irradiation, geometry and inertia forces of local cosmic systems – information, contained in the fields of the biggest galaxies and solar systems, so the structure would be able to generate and modulate an impulse towards any possible receiver under the influence of those systems.
These features of the pyramid confirm its function as an analog computer and impulse generator. The apothems of the sides served as conductors for the impulse transformer. The missing crystals like the F-corundum crystal (sapphire) served as electrogravitational dielectric antenna of the complex.
The pyramid itself is a crystal grid, possibly a coil and waveguide for the impulse. According to Farrell, the interior chambers of the pyramid have the following feature: a number of stone walls served as analogs, meaning double generators of harmonic oscillations. If we perceive these stone walls as crystals and coils of the transformer, then they would serve as waveguides for the impulse.