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Two brothers explore the mysteries of the ages, the ancients, and even some from the modern day.

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Two brothers explore the mysteries of the ages, the ancients, and even some from the modern day.

    Episode #131: The Giza Power Plant - Part 5

    Episode #131: The Giza Power Plant - Part 5

    After the excellent conversation we had with Chris Dunn, Robert Vawter, and Eric Wilson last week regarding new developments in Chris' work on lost technologies in ancient Egypt and the Giza Power Plant concept, we still felt we had to return to the final chapters of the book and complete the deep dive properly. We also have George Howard on for a long segment to give us an update from the front lines of the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis debate, focusing on Dr. John Hoopes' claim that The Bibliography, available at George's website, The Cosmic Tusk, is "biased". We also talk some Carolina Bays, which is always fun. At the beginning of the episode, we read a bunch of emails that have been backing up, and also open a couple of 1-Up boxes. Enjoy! Brothers of the Serpent Episode 131 Your browser does not support the audio element.

    Episode #130: Christopher Dunn

    Episode #130: Christopher Dunn

    As we reach the penultimate episode on our deep dive into Christopher Dunn's work, we are joined by none other than the engineer and author himself, as well as two of his colleagues: Robert Vawter, a sound engineer with a degree in anthropology, and Eric Wilson, an engineer who works for Rolls Royce, who has recently become interested in Chris' work in Egypt, and has had some interactions with members of the ScanPyramids Project. We are also joined in-studio by Archer Finley, our engineer friend who gave us a lesson on the History of Precision in episode 117. The six of us have an excellent and fascinating conversation about Mr. Dunn's work, focusing especially on the idea of the Great Pyramid being a machine for the purpose of generating power. We are able to ask Chris a few of the questions that have come up as we went through his books, and Robert and Eric both give explanations of their work and perspectives and how they compliment Chris' original ideas, as well as how that idea has evolved as more information has come out since the writing of the book. Don't forget to visit Chris' website, for more information and to follow his continued work. We hope you all enjoy this interview as much as we did! Brothers of the Serpent Episode 130 Your browser does not support the audio element.

    Episode #129: The Giza Power Plant - Part 4

    Episode #129: The Giza Power Plant - Part 4

    We cover material from chapters 9-12 on this episode, diving deeper in the the strange features within the Great Pyramid, and reading about Chris Dunn's hypothesis on what this ancient structure may actually have been for. Kyle also reads a relevant article about the story of Caliph Al-Mamun who supposedly dug his way into the great pyramid, creating the rough cut tunnel that tourists use today to enter the structure. We still haven't completed the book by the end of this episode, so there will most likely be a part 5. CLICK TO PLAY Brothers of the Serpent Episode 129  Your browser does not support the audio element.

    Episode #128: The Giza Power Plant - Part 3

    Episode #128: The Giza Power Plant - Part 3

    We continue our deep dive into Christopher Dunn's excellent book, "The Giza Power Plant" in this third installment of the series. We follow Mr. Dunn's musings on the enigma of Coral Castle, and how one small man was able to move enormous amounts of weight around and construct a megalithic park by himself, with no help from anyone else, and how this should change our perspective on ancient megalithic builders. We also start looking at the resonant qualities of the Great Pyramid, it's connection to earth dimensions, and what that might tell us about what the purpose of this structure actually was. CLICK TO PLAY Brothers of the Serpent Episode 128 Your browser does not support the audio element. Descending Passage, looking up towards the exit Ascending Passage, I think Grand Gallery King's Chamber Granite "Sarcophagus" in the King's Chamber "Scoop Marks" in Campbell's Chamber "floor"  "Scoop marks" in Lady Arbuthnot's Chamber "floor"

    Episode #127: The Giza Power Plant - Part 2

    Episode #127: The Giza Power Plant - Part 2

    We continue in our exploration of the history of discovery in the Great Pyramid, on the Giza Plateau, and in Egypt in general, by way of Christopher Dunn's book, "The Giza Power Plant". We make some corrections from part one, then dive into the mysterious "Well Shaft" feature that connects the Descending Passage to the bottom of the Grand Gallery. We also read through Dunn's consulting with various experts in stonework, and his own experiences inside the Great Pyramid, the second(Khafre) pyramid, observations at Aswan, and inside the Serapeum. CLICK TO PLAY Brothers of the Serpent Episode 127 

    Episode #126: The Giza Power Plant - Part 1

    Episode #126: The Giza Power Plant - Part 1

    Having enjoyed Christopher Dunn's "Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt" so much, and having finished with John Anthony West's excellent "Serpent in the Sky", we decided to "stay in Egypt" and tackle Dunn's earlier work, "The Giza Power Plant". And, like in "Lost Technologies", Dunn's practical engineering mindset and perspective immediately appeals to us. He also gives so many fascinating details regarding the Great Pyramid that are completely absent in most popular literature. We spend this show immersed in the first chapters of the book, reading excerpts and discussing the many strange aspects of this most ancient and mysterious structure. Enjoy! CLICK TO PLAY Brothers of the Serpent Episode 126 

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