"It is my hope that the book will not only shed light on the mysteries of the pyramids, but that it will inspire other veterans to pursue new goals, chase new dreams and continue pushing forward despite how hard it is after the war," explained Vahai, who survived being blown up five times in battle.
It was Vahai's own experiences serving two consecutive tours during the Iraq War that fueled his curiosity. His experience with land navigation and antenna construction sparked the beginnings of his calculations.
Vahai focused his energy on the pyramids and Stonehenge, and realized that they had many qualities that would serve for navigation. His most startling discovery was when he applied the 'antenna theory.'
When he tested his theories using Google Earth satellite imagery, Vahai was astonished to find that the ancient structures aligned with each other across thousands of miles. In an attempt to prove his own findings wrong, he discovered over one hundred alignments between ancient sites using Google Earth, and continues to discover more.
Vahai is so confident in his Ancient GPS theories that he tried to debunk them himself.
"I tried to find a flaw in my findings but when I plotted a course from Teotihuacan in Mexico and it pointed to China, I thought I would debunk my own theory - only to find out that there were, in fact, pyramids in China," said Vahai.
To learn more about Vahai's findings, or to donate to his cause, visit his indiegogo campaign here. Vahai has posted some interesting video presentations of his alignments, as well as other theories that explain where 360 degrees came from, some fascinating insights into where the mile may have originated from, and many other discoveries.