Alex' follow-up questions:
Q1. Were the pyramids all state owned, or were there billionaires that would have their own private pyramids?
C: Neither but collective ownership without rules commonly understood today was the condition, to a very limited degree. The pyramids were built with a polished or smoother surfaced capstone, a small portion of which remains atop one of them. These surface stones made the practical use and application of the pyramids for humans very limited; it was not possible to climb one. The small inner chambers were not for human use initially but came to be used by humans long after the pyramids were finished. The current notions of nation state and land ownership thus controlled use did not apply then, as and in the way they are assumed automatic today.
Q2. Could you elaborate a little on the pyramids being "transmitters" what were they transmitting and to whom?
C: Pyramids, obelisks, trees, mountains, towers and any tall, prominent object on Earth's surface transmits the energy of the planet and all things upon it. This transmission is received by any being aware of thus possessing technology which allows tuning to the frequency.
The transmissions emit the pulse of Earth and all living things upon it. The occurrence of an earthquake is the most obvious example, however collective effects upon and caused by surface dwellers, especially humans, are also clearly transmitted. These energy waves are subtle, use the same power of the soul, which serves as the media for telepathic communication, and reach galaxy wide nearly instantly. Demonstrations, wars, celebrations, sporting events and all gatherings of humans produce a transmission.
The pyramids were also visual landing beacons and objects of art. The visitors who built them, liked to observe them.
Q3. What is the purpose of the tunnels under the pyramids?
C: To escape enemy detection, to gain access without being seen. These were human built long after the pyramids were constructed.
Q4. Why is the "bent pyramid" of Sneferu, built at two different angles? Is it merely an engineering error?
C: No error, this was intentional, to focus more energy in several simultaneous directions and to look different. To add variety thus visual interest.
Q5. There are tunnels under The Sphinx into which the authorities have prevented exploration, what's under there?
C: These tunnels have indeed been explored, nothing of significance was found and they are too dangerous, because of instability and deterioration, to open to general use and passage.
Q6. What was Gobekli Tepe used for, and why was it intentionally buried/preserved?
C: It was a site of gathering, worship and prayer and a place to meet visitors from other planets. It was buried by war enemies to make it disappear thus erase physical reminders of the legacy or the vanquished civilization.
Q7. When I referred to the Atlaneans "dying out" I'm just observing the fact that the lasers and gravity neutralization devices, used to build the great pyramid, were not still in use during the ancient Egyptian times (2,000 BC). Why were these technologies lost between 12,000 BC to 2,000 BC ?
C: The pyramids were built by alien extraterrestrials, visitors to Earth. The technologies were lost because the civilization which developed them also was lost. Not all advances are permanent; steps forward are sometimes followed by steps backward, and many examples of this, not just technologically but socially, abound currently, as they always have through the course of human presence on Earth. You have heard of the Dark Ages, of course.
Q8. The city of Petra was also Atlantean built, I'm assuming. What were these "temples", why so small on the inside? Why are the doorways so huge, as if built for giants, with a front step taller than humans, so you literally have to climb in?
C: Yes it was, as a reception area to meet with visitors from other planets. The high initial step requires a human to being a temporary wooden device to act as the first step, to limit human approach and use, as these temples or meeting places were considered special if not sacred. The huge doorways were made that way to honor the tall visitors from other planets. The small interior spaces were necessary; large interior space qould require a far different style of construction, considered unnecessary and difficult to construct.
Q9. [The] "About" page states "Seven is a lucky number; going for eight might push it too far." What are these numbers referring to? I haven't been aware of your website for long enough to know.
P: The number seven is considered a lucky one; I have been the recipient and beneficiary of enormous good luck with this hobby. Should I push that luck too far? I enjoy doing this a lot, but demands and tribulations of real life have worn down the energetic zeal I once felt. I should move on to, maybe basket weaving or coin collecting? Some people seem so coarse, abrasive and angry all the time and a lot of that was thrown at me with The Alien Handbook. I'd like to write in general BUT the world is full of books already, what the heck is the point of writing another thriller spy story? There's plenty. Readers want something unique, different and valuable to some degree, but there is almost zero interest from publishers to invest in anything not already widely believed, broadly accepted and entirely predictable. If books I might write sold well enough to just pay the bills, I'd probably dedicate a lot more time & energy, but the requirements of real life draw enough out of me to make doing that a challenge, lately more often than not.