Originally posted by JiggyPotamus
The main reason I doubt the idea altogether is that there has been nothing found to suggest that the Egyptians used electricity in any way.
Scholars have found remains of what is known as the Baghdad Battery...Although, they will tell you it was used for early electrostatic plating *I
believe that is what its called*
Also, the energy from atop the pyramids has been recreated by many of electrical engineers. Its known as a hydraulic ram pump. I am not an electric
engineer.. but my friend does work in the business.. he tried to explain as best as possible. Something along the lines of, the limestone, plus the
granite, and the water under the pyramids all together can produce usable energy... Those stones, along with flowing water, plus the great chamber
which is thought to be for burning wood could indeed produce a very measurable electric charge.
*A note to remember
The pyramids as we see them are made from limestone, but they were once covered in what I like to call coating blocks. Thin layers of different rocks
that would help this process along.
Again, I am not an electric buff, but flowing water is taught in high school level physics that if you split the water from your tap into two steams,
and put each end of a led to each steam, it will generate enough electric to make it blink once every few seconds.
Granite is slightly radioactive, and ionizes the air.
Die-a-rite, (not sure on spelling) is another stone found in the temples and that is supposed to have some properties of its own as well, though i am
drawling a blank as to what properties.
There is two fantastic Egypt collections I would recommend to the OP. One is called The Pyramid Code. Its a five part series that covers the
chronology, science, and astrology (and two more) of the ancient Egyptians.
I am not sure on the name of the other series, I am not at home right now.. and my apartment must've lost power because I cannot remote desktop in..
so my apologies. OP I will PM you with more details if you are interested, and how to get a hold of these two fantastic documentaries.
Another thing to look into OP is what is known as the shist disk, again not sure on the spelling. There is quite a few theories floating around as to
its orgions and purpose, but I think the most believable would be that it was used as a frequency generator. Its shape is just unimaginable for those
"barbarians" of antiquity. As well as the step pyramid of Shakarrah was thought to be a healing chamber of sorts. Each different pyramid is said to
have a purpose, and not the one the scholars teach you. ANY scholar you ask will tell you they are the burial chambers of the kings, yet we've never
found a single body??? C'mon now...
*One final word.
This my very first post, and I figured aliens, and conspiracy aside, I would jump into a topic that very much excites me, and hopefully I could share
what I have learned with the OP. They are a wonderful series. PM me for bittorrent details if you like (not sure if thats allowed here.. my
appologies) or I could even drop it on a ftp. And one last note to the mods, I promise to go read the rules
I was really excited on this Egypt
topic so I am sorry in advanced.
*My barbaric attempt to explain this process.. thanks mspaint lol
*Random site from google that explains hydraulic ram pumps
edit on 2-9-2011 by tbonedude because: Grammer Errors, reworded a few sentences.
edit on 2-9-2011 by tbonedude because: Added link to external source, and a picure