“Every process step for breeding plutonium, controlling the nuclear reactor, separating the plutonium from other radioactive material, and disposing of radioactive waste, is taken care of by the internal structure of the Great Pyramid. Even the production of internal electrical power is accounted for.”
- Erica Miller, chemical engineer
Combine the non-controversial fact of the many generations of workers who died primarily from fatigue and circulatory collapse (consistent with radiation poisoning), and this supposed “Pharaohs Curse” that rocked modern archaeologists; yes, you have convinced me.
“Is it so crazy to suggest that the unique design of the Great Pyramid was a legacy from an earlier, more advanced culture? In my view, it is certainly much less crazy than continuing to believe that the Pyramid was constructed as a tomb for a dead king, and that he built this totally over-engineered and revolutionary wonder of the world with absolute perfection at the first attempt.”
- Alan Alford, The Phoenix Solution
“The Great Pyramid was most probably a power station with an operation cycle lasting hundreds of years. The staggering numbers of dead, rendered so by the fatal process of plutonium production, would finally culminate in a worker’s revolt. Massive granite blocks were used to seal the giant machine with its final administrators left murdered inside with their worthless, tainted gold.”
- Simon F