reply to post by KRISKALI777
Don't worry about the people who sometimes take things the wrong way and get defensive. Sometimes we all do it and it can be hard for most people to
relate to the context in which a post is made. Thanks for responding to them in a civilized fashion, all to oftem people start a verbal war over
You can call me Este if you want, or S.D.
I have made a theory of my own about how the dimensions in a lot of the rooms inside different pyramids around the world may have been used
inconjunction with the Ark. A lot of the rooms in the pyramids are very similiar in size. The Ark could've ben used in any number of pyramids around
the world. It may be more feasible to think that there were more than just one Ark constructed during those days, since people of that time - from
what we know - couldn't travel like we can today.
This may mean, if the pyramids and Ark are connected, that there were several Ark like objects that were built and used throughout the ancient world .
If this is the case, then it would seem logical that they indeed were very powerful objects.
Possibly a tool to store and transport electricity in a massive amount. Being that this was going on at the time of the excavations of the pyramids
there could be several uses for such a power supply.
It would be much more feasible to power the lighting, some say, that is required for painting heiroglyphs in the halls of the pyramids and to be able
to see their way in and out while preparing the items the Pharoah would take into the afterlife. Also, they would need light in the halls while they
were placing the dead pharoah in his final resting place and then sealing the tomb.
It could supply much more energy than that of the "Baghdad Battery", which is said to be need in mass supply to give enough power to light even a
single lamp. If the Ark was a an electrical power supply this could account for the lack of Baghdad Batteries that have been found. I think there
has only been like seven or eight of them found so far.
We may even be inclined to assume that there were chambers constructed in the pyramid and small tunnels leading to the outside of the pyramid that had
a purpose we haven't concluded yet.
It could be possible that the rooms and tunnels could have been fitted with type of lightning rod object. It could funnel the electricity down the
constructed tunnels, into the specially designed and sized chamber that housed the Ark. Once funnelled down the tunnel and into the chamber it could
have been absorbed by Ark, where it was stored until it could be used later. This could also explain why such caution was used in handling and
transporting the Ark.
It may have even been hooked up to a type of power grid that could provide electricity to the pyramid and possibly surrounding structures.
I have never heard this theory before, but it seems like it could be plausible, considering the dimensions of the Ark and the chamber it could've
been housed in. Along with the account of people being struck down when they approached or touched it. Also the small tunnels that were built into
the pyramids that some claim to be a venting system could actually be the tunnel system that funneled the electricity.
There was an archaeological study that found a small corridor in the pyramid and when a robot went to the end it found a door, when opened and
explored another sealed door was found.
Could electricity have been used to open and close the doorways, since they weren't even close to being large enough for a prson to fit through?