Quicksilver key

Quicksilver key

"Quicksilver Key" is a book by Howard West published in 2006 by Domain Enterprises. "Quicksilver Key", presents alternative theories about topics including the building of the pyramids and ancient fast as light communication systems.

In a chapter on the building of the pyramids, West claims that a dam was built in order to flood the area where building of the pyramids was taking place and the blocks were floated into position. When you see the charts, measurements and other proofs he presents, it seems that he has answered all of the major questions about how the pyramids were created. Fact|date=November 2007

The title refers to the extensive hypothesized use of quicksilver (mercury) as a major catalyst for civilization's development. Used to create mirrors and to refine gold, mercury seems to have played a vital role in communications from the ancient past, to the present.Fact|date=November 2007

The book was featured on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory on October 23, 2006.


West, Howard (2006). "Quicksilver Key". Domain Enterprises. ISBN 0976714140

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