Mysteries of the Pyramids
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Even mainstream archeologists admit there are unanswered riddles about the Great Pyramids of Egypt; one is, “How did they light the interiors?” Movies show us torches. However, no trace of soot is found in the thousands of subterranean tombs and pyramid shafts despite the presence of colorful paintings in these rooms. The light sources we are told they had (candles, oil lamps and torches) always deposit soot. There’s a second problem with the “torch theory”, too. Open flames require oxygen. When tests were carried out to see if torches, candles or oil-lamps could have worked for the Egyptians, it was found that fires simply wouldn’t burn in the deeper levels of the pyramids; the oxygen is insufficient in those rooms.
One theory, also shown in a famous movie, argues that they used copper mirrors which were set progressively about the tunnels to reflect sunlight down into the dark. Worked for Indiana Jones ok… but in the many tests tests subsequently carried out to see if it would work – it did not.
In the Temple at Dendera, a carving was discovered which some experts say, depicts a lamp (pictured below).
It was first noticed by a Norwegian electrical engineer. A colleague from Austria built a working model of the “mystery bulb.” What we see is without question a form of bulb, with two arms reaching into it near its thicker end, and a sort of cable at the other end, from which a snake is leaping out to touch the arms on the other side. The whole ensemble really looks like a lamp – but in spite of that, mainstream Egyptologists insist it depicts a “lotus blossom” or an “eggplant.” After all, if they had electric power, where were the wires? Where were the generators? Not possible, they say!
It’s interesting to learn that the Temple of Dendera was dedicated to the “Keepers of the Light.” And it’s occurred to me as well as many others, that we HAVE seen wireless electricity produced; Nikola Tesla did it in the early 1900’s. We have photographic evidence of his success: he set light bulbs in the ground near his lab in Colorado Springs and viola! They lit up. There are also photos where he’s holding a lightbulb in his hand (no wires) — same result. (Just think! We might have had free energy today, had certain Corporate Giants let him get away with it).
But who’s to say, Tesla was the first? And some say, there’s scientific evidence showing that the Great Pyramid itself was in fact, a technological device which produced power on a scale we have yet to duplicate, today.
Are you a Skeptic — or Believer? Check out the video …. !
(Inspired by The Pyramid Code, a documentary series that explores the pyramids in Egypt as well as other megalithic sites around the world looking for clues to ancient knowledge and sophisticated technology in a Golden Age. The series is based on the extensive research done in 25 trips to Egypt and 51 other countries around the world by Dr. Carmen Boulter formerly from the Graduate Division of Educational Research at the University of Calgary in Canada.
The Pyramid Code features interviews with prominent scholars and authors in multidisciplinary fields: geology, physics, astrophysics, archaeology, boilogical engineering, magnetic field theory, hieroglyphics, and Egyptology.)
Background from desert wastelend (pre-made background) ~ venomxbaby
Figure with the lamp from Into the Night 6 – kxhara
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