Giza’s Industrial Complex

Ancient Egypt’s Electrical Power & Gas Generating Systems


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“After 2,000 years of searching for light sources used in Egypt, and at the Great Pyramid of Giza complex, we finally have real answers! This book is one of   the most important breakthroughs on the energy source used in ancient Egypt. The evidence of the salt-water battery, mastered by the ancient Egyptians, is the energetic Rosetta Stone that brings many of the missing pieces of Egypt together.”           
Dr. Pat Flanagan, inventor, explorer in Egypt, and renowned authority for his early work Pyramid Power on the structure and nature of pyramids.  

“This book introduces an intriguing concept of how past civilizations worked with insights comparable to current science. The book provides novel concepts that redefine the purpose of these massive structures, the monumental Pyramids can now be grasped by the science of today. There is much more to learn about the ancient Egyptians!”           
Elizabeth Rauscher, PhD, nuclear physicist formerly at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley.

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Although pyramids are similar in design, many may have had different or dual functions. The authors propose that ancient Egypt developed and controlled an elaborate power system that was centered around Giza and as far south as Abydos. They believe that the underground structures, channels, and cavities that surround ancient Pyramid structures were part of an immense industrial complex, including gigantic earth batteries.  

The authors believe evidence indicates that the Great Pyramid on the Giza Plateau had the ability to electrically charge, or change the molecular structure of water, giving it unique properties. We believe the ancient Egyptians created a fourth form of electrically-charged water, giving it unique properties. James Ernest Brown calls this “Earthmilk Ancient Energy.” All pyramids were connected to the Nile River, and there is physical evidence that water from the Nile River circulated through their passageways and chambers by way of man-made channels both above and under the ground.

Giza’s Industrial Complex is a visual feast. The book is filled with original on-site photographs that provide evidence to support the authors’ thesis.

About the Authors

JAMES ERNEST BROWN has been a general contractor for more than fifty years, building everything from large commercial complexes to single-family homes. He has taken a practical approach to construction, as a result, his family-owned construction company has pioneered energy efficient construction. Colorado Dream Homes has won five national awards for energy efficiency in a cold weather climate. He interest in ancient was sparked as he was challenged by a lack of logical understanding about our past that led to a quest to understand how the ancients accomplished super human feats of engineering. Brown has traveled to many parts of the world conducting his research, including Coral Castle, Central and North American Indian sites, and from one end of Egypt to the other.

DR. J. J. HURTAK, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Dr. DESIREE HURTAK, Ph.D., MS. Sc. have researched ancient sites around the world and were principal members of the Schor Expedition that discovered the “Tomb of Osiris” in 1997 on the Giza Plateau, using ground penetrating radar (GPR) and sonar in their investigation of this deepest man-made chamber on the Giza Plateau. They have also worked in the pyramids of Mexico carrying out archaeo-acoustic testing. They are authors of numerous books and articles on topics ranging from the analysis of ancient Egyptian texts to modern physics.

Dr. J.J. Hurtak has earned two PhDs, one from the University of California, and one from the University of Minnesota. He also surveyed the underwater structures off the coast of Okinawa in the area of Yonaguni with Japanese and Australian underwater divers. Drs. Hurtak together have traveled throughout the world to investigate ancient cultures and to work closely with indigenous people, such as the Xavante in Brazil and the Zulu Shaman Credo Mutwa, about whom they recently produced an award-winning documentary called Voice of Africa, for which they received two of the fourteen national and international medals they have been awarded for their films. They also work to bridge the gap between various cultures with an eye towards introducing new technologies and at the same time helping various indigenous cultures maintain their uniqueness within the larger global society.

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Aerial Views of Pyramid Complexes
Excavation at Giza & Deep Shaft
Illustrations of pyramid complexes
Shafts & Wells
Drs. Desiree & J.J. Hurak in Egypt
Large Granite Containers With Holes
Pillars at Dendara Temple Person in Red Circle to show scale

Reviews

Review #1: 5 Stars –Review by Christian Sia for Reader’s Favorite

Giza’s Industrial Complex: Ancient Egypt’s Electrical Power & Gas Generating System by James Ernest Brown, James Hurtak and Desiree Hurtak is a well-researched work that explores the mystery of the pyramids and how the ancient Egyptians used these to generate electrical power and gas. Unlike what readers find in popular literature, this book unveils new secrets about the pyramids, explaining how they were created to be energy generators, and the authors do a wonderful job explaining how this worked. The pyramids were an organized system that served many purposes and generating power to sustain the life of the people was one of them. The book uncovers stunning facts about the pyramids and indicates, with compelling evidence, that the Great Pyramid on the Giza Plateau was designed to be a free source of energy, infused with a technology that enabled it to electrically charge or change the molecular structure of water. Readers will learn how the Egyptians transformed water into what they called “Earthmilk Ancient Energy,” an electrically charged water that served different needs of the people. 

This is a work filled with history and archaeology, with telling images filling its pages. The prose is excellent and I enjoyed the logical and clear presentation of ideas. This book has great merit and conveys the strong message that ancient Egyptians might have discovered a technology that could generate green energy, a technology that is direly needed in our time. With the use of diagrams and graphics and images, the authors take readers on an exploratory journey into ancient Egypt. Giza’s Industrial Complex: Ancient Egypt’s Electrical Power & Gas Generating System is both informative and entertaining, a mind-boggling work that explains how the ancient Egyptians created energy. I was positively surprised with the information in this book and the friendly writing style.

Review #2: 4 Stars Review by K.C. Finn    for Readers’ Favorite

Giza’s Industrial Complex is a work of non-fiction by authors James Ernest Brown, Dr. James Hurtak and Dr. Desiree Hurtak. As the subtitle suggests, the text focuses on Ancient Egypt’s Electrical Power & Gas Generating System. Whilst this sounds like fantasy initially, the scholars of this volume posit the idea that the mighty ancient Egyptians were even smarter than we thought, developing a gas and electricity system to power their complex web of pyramids and temples. By examining the structural connections between buildings and the constant presence of water connecting them, the authors attempt to explain the possibility of ‘Earthmilk Ancient Energy,’ a form of electrically-charged water. 

As an author of historical and speculative fiction, I love to read these kinds of books. James Ernest Brown, Dr. James Hurtak and Dr. Desiree Hurtak have put together a fascinating and well-evidenced theory about the intellectual, architectural and engineering feats of the ancient Egyptians, making use of extensive details about how the set up of existing buildings could provide evidence of electrical power. In all honesty, there were a few parts I didn’t understand, particularly the idea of the Giza Plateau changing the particles in the water, so it might be the case that readers who are versed in chemical engineering will enjoy this book on an even deeper level. That said, Giza’s Industrial Complex: Ancient Egypt’s Electrical Power & Gas Generating System is a fascinating read that I would definitely recommend to readers who enjoy the combination of real history with innovation and scientific possibility.

Review # 3: 5 Stars Review by Vernita Naylor   for Reader’s Favorite

If historical facts, Egypt and the pyramids interest you, do I have a treat for you. For years it has been said that there were many mysteries behind the walls of the Egyptian pyramids, from architecture and the ecosystem to archaeology. In Giza’s Industrial Complex: Ancient Egypt’s Electrical Power & Gas Generating System by James Ernest Brown, James Hurtak, and Desiree Hurtak, you will discover yet another mystery about the pyramids. “Conventional wisdom claims that the pyramids were built as tombs for Egyptian Pharaohs. Despite this, no mummies of ancient Pharaohs have ever been found in the larger, older pyramids and we believe that these pyramids were never intended to serve as tombs,” say the authors. 

So the question is, what was the purpose of these tombs, if not for the burial of the Pharaohs? “We propose that under special conditions, the ancient Egyptians were able to create, for example, piezoelectricity from granite through pressure from the massive stones. Further contact with water from the Nile River would create electrically-charged water,” say the authors. Piezoelectricity is created when electric charges form in specific materials due to mechanical stress. This process is what one of the authors, James Brown, calls “Earthmilk.” The reader will not only discover what mysteries unfold in learning about these essential elements, but will see over 150 photos (the evidence) to substantiate the claims of the authors.

I love discoveries and have heard about this over the years because there had to be some type of process in place for energy to move in such large structures like the pyramids. We learn a lot about architecture, construction, project management, math, and, yes, piezoelectricity when we are exposed to the various aspects of the Egyptian pyramids. For example, in order to build the pyramids there had to be some type of currents, channels, water and energy in place for its completion. There is still so much more to discover about the Egyptians and the pyramids but, to get started, this book is a must-read.

Review #4: 5 Stars Review by Kris Moger   

Giza’s Industrial Complex: Ancient Egypt’s Electrical Power and Gas Generating Systems by James Ernest Brown, Dr. James Hurtak, and Dr. Desiree Hurtak is a fascinating presentation of an alternative purpose for the pyramids and ancient structures of Egypt. Though history has labelled the pyramids as slave-built monuments to long gone pharaohs by a culture obsessed with death and the afterlife, the authors of this book offer a detailed argument for a more advanced and practical use – electrical power and gas system. 

In Giza’s Industrial Complex, James Brown, Dr. James Hurtak, and Dr. Desiree Hurtak delve into their hands-on experience in Egypt and their own personal education and building experience to present a viable argument for this alternate view. As they compare these ancient structures to modern technology, they directly challenge the idea that cultures of history were incapable of creating and sustaining such advances. Their observations are well documented with descriptive diagrams and photographs.

To decide that we have a definitive handle on the life and purpose of a society so far back in history is a naïve act in my view. There is so much that is lost or easily misunderstood that is much better served by an open mind. And, as people further explore such monuments and structures without preconceived notions or the idea that the past means less intelligent, I think such arguments as the authors of this book put forth will continue to gain merit while they alter our concept of progress. Thank you for a great read.

Review #5: 5-Stars Review by Amanda Rofe for Reader’s Favorite

Giza’s Industrial Complex by James Ernest Brown and James and Desiree Hurtak is an intriguing book that challenges orthodox archaeological thinking regarding the purpose of the pyramids of Egypt. The premise is that ancient Egyptians of the ‘Golden Age’ built the pyramids, and the huge complex underground channels and cavities surrounding these unique structures, to create a powerful energy generating system, thus resulting in the creation of vast quantities of electricity in and around the Giza Plateau. We currently recognize water as a solid, liquid or gas. However, this book suggests that the ancient Egyptian civilization created a fourth form which was electrically charged water. James Ernest Brown coined this type of water ‘Earthmilk Ancient Energy’. This book persuades the reader how it might have been created and what it might have been used for.

Giza’s Industrial Complex is a culmination of years of research and presents evidence logically and scientifically. The narrative is clear and easy to read so that the layperson can easily understand the concepts. It provides a great many possible answers to myriad questions surrounding the ancient civilization and the pyramids they built. There are a number of interesting images and diagrams to further illustrate the points made. James Ernest Brown and James and Desiree Hurtak are very convincing in their arguments. It is clear to me that these ancient pyramids and structures were not simply tombs for the dead as we have previously been led to believe. Compelling and thought-provoking, this is a highly significant book, particularly in light of the difficult challenges we face providing a clean energy source for the future.