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.
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