Thursday, January 16, 2020

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!


  1. Brilliant! I nearly fell off my ladder laughing when you said "...the other scablands." Found myself chuckling aloud at several points, really; but hilarity aside, it was a real treat to hear from the man himself (and Robert and Eric) after the rest of the episodes on Chris' books. So much great information, so much to think about and wonder at. Thanks for another great episode, y'all. Snakes!

  2. I was a little worried with all the guests on the show, I have listened broadcasts like this before and it's people talking over each other. BUT, everyone was professional, courteous, insightful and funny.

  3. so i normally stick to the shadows and lurk but your comments about mercury got me thinking of the rabbit hole of zero point energy i am fascinated by...

    in zero point energy you have mercury electrified in a special aluminum alloy, like aluminum 42 or something like that. but the mercury is electrified and goes in a toroidal shape and becomes plasma and then powers your George Jetson car.

    Anyway there is a certain kind of mercury called red mercury that is well covered up to say the least.

    It's called red mercury.

    i was going to link the wiki page on it, but it appears they changed it to not show what it original showed.

    Anyway their is this ancient monument down in South America, i think in Peru if memory serves correctly. but it is from what i understand the only place they ever found this red mercury naturally.

    Now sadly i cannot find any information on this currently my brain is not like the terminator so i forget things, so i can't remember names to Google stuff.

    Anyway the only thing i can remember about this particular monument is that is has been described as looking similarto a rocket launch pad.

    Anyway zero point might be a good topic for a future show since it ties heavily into the whole nazis had technology more advanced than what we have today, like episode 66 covered on.

    if i remember anything more or find some good links or articles to anything on this topic I will share it with you guys.

    Anyway i want to say i really enjoy the show and will go back to my shadows before this turns into a book

    1. it appears i have done a Johnson and forgot to put in a username...

      guess i better go get a new buttflap...

  4. Eric Wilson mentions me, Danny Kerr, at some point in the podcast. Check out if you're interested in the discoveries that Eric was referring to. Everyone else in the podcast sort of just ignored what Eric said too, which was a bit of a bummer, but it is what it is. Cheers to Eric for the shoutout.

    - to the Brothers of the Serpent -
    I'd love to do a podcast about Giza if you guys are ever down, my email's I'm not an engineer by any means but I love pyramids, and I did publish Tesla pyramids, anyways, cheers.


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