reply to post by Alethea
It is my personal belief that the great pyramids were built to perform as massive energy receivers and transmitters. I believe that obelisk also play
a crucial role in the distribution of this energy. Nikola Tesla spoke avidly about the existence of this energy and it was his dream to provide it
freely to the world.
IMO, this is why these great monuments seem to have been purposely built along the energy leigh lines of the planet. It is also said that this energy
is of a favorable frequency to enhance enlightenment in humans.
Anyway, the "Cap Stone" would have been an integral part of the pyramid in that it's function would have been to concentrate the collected energy
into a usable form. Nassim Haramein can provide a lot in information regarding the arrangement of tetrahedral crystals and their ability to draw
energy from the zero point field or aether.
I think that Moses may have taken this crystal with him when he fled into the desert with the jews for forty years. When the pharaoh realized that
Moses took the prized crystal he decided to give chase. It was transported inside the ark of the covenant and it led they way by a pillar of clouds
in the day and a pillar of fire, (light) by night. The ark was clad in gold so that it would shield those who transported it from radiation. It was
said that those who were exposed became ill, lost hair and fingernails. Almost sounds like they were carrying a small nuclear reactor around with
them. They probably used the same power source to power their Manna machine while they were in the desert.
I've also read somewhere that, without the cap stone, the pyramid is a 6 sided figure as opposed to being a 5 sided figure when complete. Well I'm
not into numerology but I read that these two numbers have very different meanings and I think it was said that the number 5 represented completeness,
wholeness or maybe enlightenment, but please don't quote me on that.
As far as "Cap & Trade" goes, In a perfect world people would not be allowed to pollute, period. We all know that this is not a perfect world so
the next best policy to entice people not to pollute is to make them pay the cost of their pollution. You know what they say, Money Talks and B.S.
If any product cannot support the cost of paying for the pollution caused by it's retrieval, use or manufacture, is not worth having around.
When beef becomes too expensive and you're hungry, most people will find that beans make a suitable alternative, it's just that simple.