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Inside the Great Pyramid

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Date: Tuesday - July 13, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Stephen S. Mehler, Alex Jones

Stephen Mehler, of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association, discussed his work in Egyptology. Construction of the Great Pyramid was done in three stages, he theorized, with the first starting as far back as 20,000 years ago. At the time, the climate was temperate and the land was known as Khemit, he said.Concurring with Christopher Dunn, he believes the pyramids were built for a practical purpose-- to alleviate seismic stress.

Mehler talked about his work with the "indigenous wisdom keeper" Abdd'el El Hakim Awyam, who he said shared the oral history of Khemit's ancient past with him.The Great Pyramid served as a type of energy device, Hakim told him. In addition he said that water was used as its source of energy and that sound was manipulated to lift and also cut the stones used in the pyramid's construction.

Interestingly, Mehler believes that at one time there were some major explosions inside the Great Pyramid, and as evidence for this he cites photos (below) that show cracks and scorch marks in certain locations.

Alex Jones Update

"We should be suspicious of this," said filmmaker and radio host Alex Jones about the possible postponement of the election in the event of terrorist attacks. Jones, who was the first hour guest on Tuesday's show, has posted a commentary with news links on his site in which it is suggested that an agenda of "fear mongering and conditioning for total control," is taking place.

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Bumper music from Tuesday July 13, 2004

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