Joining Amerika Now for the entire show is author, lecturer, and independent researcher Steven Myers, who has studied the Great Pyramid for over 20 years to understand how and why this ancient wonder of the world was built. His studies took him to Egypt to conduct extensive on-site research at the Giza Plateau.
Steven compiled his research into his book entitled Lost Technologies of the Great Pyramid, which provides a comprehensive and detailed explanation of how the Great Pyramid was built using advanced technologies.
Transcending the fables and misinformation of modern Egyptology, Lost Technologies of the Great Pyramid provides a detailed description of the lost technologies that were used to build the massive wonder. Steven describes the fascinating and unique building process from the initial surveying all the way to the placement of the capstone. He contends that the Original Builders were geniuses who possessed advanced understanding which they used to develop sophisticated technologies. Using these technologies, these Original Builders were able to create the wonder we call the Great Pyramid. He details how the massive stones were moved from the quarries and set in place with extreme precision without the use of the unworkable notion of a gigantic ramp, questioning modern Egyptology’s unprovable explanation of how the Great Pyramid was built and offering a fresh and exciting alternative. Steven also states how these highly advanced technologies can offer a new way to improve our modern but very troubled world.
Steven Myers holds a degree in Fluid Mechanics and is an antiquities scholar. He has written numerous articles and presented many lectures on the subject of the Great Pyramid. He is the founder of the nonprofit foundation The Pharoah’s Pump (www.thepump.org), which is dedicated to understanding how and why the Great Pyramid was built. The mission of the foundation is to redevelop these ancient but advanced technologies to help our modern world.
Steven lives in southwestern Oregon with his wife and two dogs. His website is www.stevenmyers.org.
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