Itinerary LTTAE 03.2018 final1.pdf
You are invited to join a unique tour with a dynamic team of leaders in the mysterious and beautiful heart of Egypt.
Chris Dunn, author of the The Giza Power Plant and Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt (soon to be published in
Arabic), is returning to the field to focus on hard evidence and discussion about reasonable, down-to-earth explanations
for the anomalies and artifacts that are found throughout Egypt.
For the past ten years, Chris’s work has focused primarily on the manufacturability of ancient stonework, including the
symmetry and precision of the Ramses statues at Luxor, as well as other locations such as the boxes in the Serapeum.
Along with the exploration and examination of sophisticated stonework, this tour will also explore the sophisticated
application of acoustics in the pyramids as well as the temples in the South.
Leading discussions on this topic is sound engineer Robert Vawter. Robert has spent a lifetime working with concert and
theatrical sound systems in live venues large and small. He also has a degree in Archaeology, and has spent decades
studying ancient Egypt and the pyramids. In 1997, Robert mapped the frequencies found within the SenNeferU pyramid at
Dashur, from which he composed “The SeNeferU Sequence”. His work has been cited in numerous books, including The
Giza Power Plant.
Facilitating and guiding this tour is well-known and charismatic Egyptian Egyptologist, Mohamed Ibrahim. Mohamed is
one of a new breed of Egyptian Egyptologists who respects his roots and the education he received in university, but also
accepts that there is much more to learn about his ancestors’ technical accomplishments. Mohamed will provide historical
and cultural context throughout the tour.
It is this team’s mission to provide travellers with a stimulating, educational and exciting experience. Each guest will
receive a unique souvenir booklet that will provide each day’s itinerary and photographs of select artifacts and sites to be
visited. Before arriving on site each day, Chris, Robert, or Mohamed will speak about the content for that day, assuring
that everyone receives complete and thorough information. The booklet will include space for notes, so questions can be
jotted down for later discussion or, as appropriate, on site.
This tour has limited capacity and we anticipate that it will fill quickly. As there is already a high level of interest, we
encourage you to make your reservation soon. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us
by email at LostTechTourEgypt@gmail.com.