And of course we also have evidence of "Baghdad Batteries".
Obviously the acidic solution in Baghdad batteries weren't capable of producing much power, but apparently if used in series they could produce
enough to electroplate things. Now, obviously this wouldn't provide enough power to illuminate a light source, but it shows that electricity had been
in use and understood even by the primitive peoples in Baghdad, who were far less developed than the ancient Egyptians, and far far less developed
than whoever built the pyramids.
Now, it's still not all tied together. What do all of these technologies have to do with each other? Why did the Egyptians use hydraulic ram pumps to
make water flow through the pyramid? What do the resonating chambers have to do with anything? How did they create electricity for their light
sources? From their use of acoustic levitation, obviously they were masters of frequency, but how did they power their frequency generating machines
that they used to levitate the blocks? And what does frequency have to do with the Giza pyramid machine?
Ok. Now skip to modern day. What is water made out of? H2O. So, that's 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. Makes a good fuel. Conventional science
has known for a long time that we can use electrolysis to break apart the water molecule into its respective hydrogen and oxygen molecules. This is a
known fact that even middle school science teacher will admit. The only problem is that there is more energy consumed in the electrolysis process than
is rendered from the hydrogen and oxygen that gets released. So that doesn't do us much good, right?
But what if there's a better way? In fact, there is a better way. In the 1980s a genius inventor named Stanley Meyer invented special
circuitry that made it able to break apart water molecules much more efficiently than normal electrolysis would allow, in turn allowing him to
create far more energy from the water than he was consuming from the electrical source. Coincidentally, this special circuitry is all based off of the
resonant frequency of water. The system will not work at all unless the exact resonant frequency of said water molecule is used, and of course
that frequency can change based on the impurities in the water, salt content, etc. So in other words, you'd have to be a frequency master in
order to get it to work. Who else do we know that were masters of frequency? After receiving numerous patents, Stanley Meyers was poisoned to death in
1998, before any of his products came to the market.
The basic principle is this: remember I was talking about dipole molecules? Molecules that have a positive magnetic side, and a negative magnetic
side. Normal electrolysis can use the magnetic principles of water to rip it apart, but it uses a ton of energy. If the exact resonant frequency of
the water in question is used, along with special circuitry that multiplies the voltage, while reducing the amperage to as little as possible, the
resonant frequency will cause the water molecule to temporary "elongate". A normal oxygen molecule has 6 electrons, but can hold up to 8 in it's
stable state. That makes it accept the 2 electrons of the hydrogen atoms. When the water molecule elongates, it allows the hydrogen atoms to be ripped
from the oxygen atom very easily. In turn, this produces "hydroxy gas", called "Brown's Gas" or "HHO", which are basically forms of hydrogen
Ok, so you don't believe me, right? Here's some videos showing the devices in action and the basic principles.
Still don't believe me that this technology is possible? Stanley Meyers wasn't the only one to learn how to use this technology. Not only have
numerous replications of Stanley's HHO generator been made, like these instructions dictate here:
www.panaceauniversity.org... with video of that exact project here:
But also, another man named John Kanzius had developed similar frequency based technologies to break apart water molecules before he died recently.
So do you finally believe that water can be broken apart easily using frequencies? Ok, good. Now I can get on to my real theory explaining the purpose
of the Giza Pyramid Machine, used by these blatant masters of frequency that built the massive machines, whoever they were.
I believe that the hydraulic ram pumps were used to pump water up through the pyramids, and the resonating chambers were used to help amplify the
frequencies that they were using to break the water molecules apart.
Once they broke the water molecules apart into hydrogen and oxygen, they used that to generate electricity and also to purify water.
Another big mystery is the missing capstone of the pyramid. My guess is this: the capstone was never there. Instead, it was a spot to balance their
space craft. It was balanced up there to charge up off the energy created from inside the pyramid.
The Aliens that built the pyramid might have had to build them out of necessity, cause their ships were damaged or needed more power or something.
Now that part of the theory is just a guess, but I'm fairly positive after looking at all the evidence, and seeing how well they understood
frequencies and their effects on matter, that I'm almost sure that the pyramids were used as an ancient power plant.
We use nuclear power today, but that takes lots of refining of uranium, lots of metal, etc. My bet is that they were actually more advanced than us
today, and were using water from the Nile to generate power, with no radioactive byproducts.
Talk about "alternative energy" and "green power".
Oh yeah, one more piece of the puzzle that falls into place:
We know that the "Illuminati" were direct descendants of the worshipers of Amen-Ra the Egyptian god.
We've been taught up to this point to believe that "Illuminati" means they were "illuminated by knowledge". I'm sure that's the case, as well,
as obviously lots of ancient knowledge was known, but what if it also means that they were literally illuminated!
What if they were the keepers of energy? Not only knowledge.
[edit on 9-1-2010 by seattletruth]