This blog is aimed at harboring discussions on the original research by Christopher Jordan. Whilst each area of research is summarized on this site, the full expositions can be found in the books below. It is hoped that other writers can use the ideas and extend them in the field of solar technology and various historical contexts. The books below only scratch on the surface of the implications for history and religion, some of the inferences may not be too comfortable for a large number of people. All of the books are available in a wide variety of e-book formats from the usual online retailers.
The Ancient Solar Premise is the short version of the Secrets of the Sun Sects. It deals primarily with the ancient solar techniques and explicit evidence of its use from the old world. Over the course of this book the reasons for the pyramids, sun temples and Stonehenge are explained. The solar means to cut and finish the millions of stones is also detailed without a chisel in sight. The ancient energy source that powered antiquity is shown to be the Sun.
The Ark of the Covenant Operations Manual shows how to build an Ark and perform the miraculous feats of the Old Testament. The practical methods are based on the techniques laid out in the Ancient Solar Premise. Anyone can try out the feats of the Exodus using materials found around the home.
The Great Pyramid Rainmaker This operating manual shows how the pyramids of Giza worked and the various stages of Cheops development. The benefits for the builders are described within this framework. The physical and textual evidence is tied in to the same time line. The penultimate rainmaking function is truly unique. Equally unique is the chapter that shows how to build and test a small rainmaker in the style of Cheops.
Secrets of the Sun Sects reveals a solar paradigm that embraces ancient cultures from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. It accomplishes this by showing how they all made potent mirrors, able to turn stone to glass, vaporize metals and win wars. When this tool is combined with the operational details of the world’s iconic pyramids and temples, a drastic new solar view of the past is forced.
In The Sun Devices, the goal is not to change the past, but to open up bright new futures. With minor changes, the same ancient devices are shown to be useful today. They can help the developed world move from fossil fuels and they provide a direct route to sustainability for developing nations. Christopher Jordan demonstrates that the sun was central to the success of many civilizations before and it can be again, if we choose.
The Math Behind Burning Mirrors shows the math and construction technique that enabled renowned ancient craftsmen to make incredibly powerful solar concentrators. It is recognized that these devices are still useful today for materials researchers in a number of fields. It is so important that the details of these potent solar concentrators are freely available to any scientist or craftsman who wishes to utilize them.
Vitrified Stones is a short paper written in collaboration with Jan Peter de Jong. It provides evidence from the Inca Vestiges of Peru on the strange phenomena of vitrification on stone buildings. There is analysis and discussion of this mysterious phenomena found throughout the ancient world. Possibly the first spectral analysis of the vitrified stone mystery.
- The Ancient Solar Premise
- Can today’s energy issues be solved with ancient solar technology?
- Will simple solar devices lead to the energy solution?
- Solar Projects
- The solution to Archimedes’ Burning Mirror problem
- Is there a way to unify world history?
- Can world religions be unified under a single premise?
Novels by Philip Newman
Further to these works of non-fiction, Christopher Jordan’s solar research has found fertile ground in the superb trilogy of Matriarch novels by Philip Newman
Meira and The Language Stone A gripping adventure involving a young woman who gradually comes to the realization of the solar nature of the ancient world. Determined to resolve the mysteries surrounding the father who deserted her, Meira goes in search of him. Her discoveries carry her on a fear-driven journey in which she not only learns of her father’s exceptional intelligence, she also learns much of the astounding truth about herself and her extraordinary mother.
Meira and the Seahorse In the second book of the trilogy, Meira develops into a campaigning character who uses the ancient knowledge of the Matriarch to help solve the modern energy issues. When an old friend finds her in Paris Meira knows her enemies are close. She runs south, to the Sun, where she joins the crew of yacht that turns out to be much more than a simple pleasure craft. Has she escaped, or have they trapped her?
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