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The Great Transmitting/Receiving Machine - the Giza Power Plant

 
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Transmission/Reception may be among many different forms of Life.

Consider the materials used to build the Pyramid: limestone and granite.

Limestone is made up of calcium and magnesium carbonates.

Calcium carbonate (calcite) is electromagnetically anisotropic (put a calcite crystal over a straight line, rotate the crystal, and you will see two images of the line, appearing to be in different places, because the effective velocity of light depends on the direction it goes through the calcite crystal).

Limestone can also be triboluminescent, meaning that if it is crushed or scratched or rubbed, it becomes luminescent.

Although I do not understand details, this means to me that limestone can be used to control electromagnetic radiation, and that physical stress can modulate the effect. I CONJECTURE THAT LIMESTONE IS USED AS AN "ANTENNA" material for the Great Golden Pyramid transceiver.

Granite is largely made up of quartz.

Quartz is piezoelectric, meaning that a quartz crystal changes its electric charge distribution when it vibrates (i.e. when it is subjected to change in pressure), and that
a quartz crystal vibrates when it is subjected to a hanging electromagnetic field.

Some examples of quartz conversion of sound vibrations to and from electromagnetism (beyond the old crystal radio) are:

ceramic sonar transducers;

ultrasonic electronics; and

piezoelectric/seismic location of quartz/gold mineral veins.

Again, I do not understand details, but I CONJECTURE THAT GRANITE IS USED AS A "CONVERTER" of vibration (sound) to and from electromagnetism for the Great Golden Pyramid transceiver.


Since the walls, ceilings, and floor of the Mid Chamber are limestone, the antenna material, and since its niche looks like a place you would stand to receive a signal, I think that the MID CHAMBER IS THE RECEIVING CHAMBER.

Since the Upper Chamber has granite walls, floor, and ceiling, all of which can convert sound vibrations into electromagnetism, I think that the UPPER CHAMBER IS THE TRANSMITTING CHAMBER.

Its ceiling is granite-slab, the lowest of 5 granite-slabs separated by the Ceiling Chambers, with the ceiling of the top Ceiling Chamber being limestone gable.

If the Great Golden Pyramid is considered to be a Great Musical instrument, the 5 Ceiling Chambers would act as resonating chambers to modulate the sound/electromagnetism conversion.

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The connection to SONOLUMINESCENCE



Could the Ark of the Covenant have contained the Power of the Sun, in the sense that it contained a Cold Fusion Energy Source?

Still another way to modulate the sound/electromagnetism
would be by putting the source in the granite coffer
(which is about the right size to contain
the Ark of the Covenant including the poles
on which it is carried)
and then putting at least one granite leaf
in a bottom-groove position in the Antechamber,
so that the Upper Chamber could be flooded with liquid
(water, mercury, or something else)
up to the level of the top of the granite leaf,
making a liquid lake above the Mid Chamber heaven.

Then, the source would be protected
from the liquid by the granite coffer,
and the liquid could act as a further modulator,
or maybe even produce electromagnetic radiation
through the mechanism of sonoluminescence.

For still further modulation, other materials
might be placed between granite leaves in the Antechamber
or in the granite coffer with the source.

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A standing wave of sound creates a bubble in liquid. When the bubble implodes, light is emitted. This is called: Sonoluminescence. Awesome.

Sonoluminescence is the emission of short bursts of light from imploding bubbles in a liquid when excited by sound.

In 1989 a major experimental advance was introduced by Felipe Gaitan and Lawrence Crum, who produced stable single-bubble sonoluminescence (SBSL). In SBSL, a single bubble trapped in an acoustic standing wave, emits a pulse of light with each compression of the bubble within the standing wave. This technique allowed a more systematic study of the phenomenon, because it isolated the complex effects into one stable, predictable bubble. It was realized that the temperature inside the bubble was hot enough to melt steel. Interest in sonoluminescence was renewed when an inner temperature of such a bubble well above one million kelvins was postulated. This temperature is thus far not conclusively proven, though recent experiments conducted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign indicate temperatures around 20,000 K.


Sonoluminescence can occur when a sound wave of sufficient intensity induces a gaseous cavity within a liquid to collapse quickly. This cavity may take the form of a pre-existing bubble, or may be generated through a process known as cavitation. Sonoluminescence in the laboratory can be made to be stable, so that a single bubble will expand and collapse over and over again in a periodic fashion, emitting a burst of light each time it collapses. For this to occur, a standing acoustic wave is set up within a liquid, and the bubble will sit at a pressure anti-node of the standing wave. The frequencies of resonance depend on the shape and size of the container in which the bubble is contained.

~ The light flashes from the bubbles are extremely short—between 35 and a few hundred picoseconds long—with peak intensities of the order of 1–10 mW.

~ The bubbles are very small when they emit the light—about 1 micrometre in diameter—depending on the ambient fluid (e.g., water) and the gas content of the bubble (e.g., atmospheric air).

~ Single-bubble sonoluminescence pulses can have very stable periods and positions. In fact, the frequency of light flashes can be more stable than the rated frequency stability of the oscillator making the sound waves driving them. However, the stability analyses of the bubble show that the bubble itself undergoes significant geometric instabilities, due to, for example, the Bjerknes forces and Rayleigh–Taylor instabilities.

~ The addition of a small amount of noble gas (such as helium, argon, or xenon) to the gas in the bubble increases the intensity of the emitted light.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]


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Still another way to modulate the sound/electromagnetism
would be by putting the source in the granite coffer
(which is about the right size to contain
the Ark of the Covenant including the poles
on which it is carried)

and then putting at least one granite leaf
in a bottom-groove position in the Antechamber,
so that the Upper Chamber could be flooded with liquid
(water, mercury, or something else)
up to the level of the top of the granite leaf,
making a liquid lake above the Mid Chamber heaven.

Then, the source would be protected
from the liquid by the granite coffer,
and the liquid could act as a further modulator,
or maybe even produce electromagnetic radiation
through the mechanism of sonoluminescence.


For still further modulation, other materials
might be placed between granite leaves in the Antechamber
or in the granite coffer with the source.

After the transceiver has done its job,
the granite leaf sections would be moved,
allowing the spent liquid to drain away
down the central groove of the floor
of the Great Gallery to the Well Passage,
and thence to the chambers underneath the pyramid,
where they soak into the surrounding earth.

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Here is a similar theory, the Giza Power Plant



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Most of Mr. Dunn's conclusions were correct - for instance, he thought the star shafts in the Queen's Chambers were used to mix chemicals which they were. The resulting chemical was toxic and the runoff would have ran down the well shaft and reports of early visitors (post Napolean) to the pyramid has a story of one of the explorers who got sick and passed out in the grotto.

I know he is correct cause I worked at a Hydro Power Plant for ten years. The Tunnels that we know of are what we would have called "service tunnels" in the dam itself.

However, his final conclusion - that it was used to transmit massive amounts of microwaves - is assuredly incorrect.
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I always think of them trying to recreate the djed pillars as in our spine, now this was the original great transmitting/receiving machine,all topped of with of course the pineal cone, just like the pyramids were capped.
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Most of Mr. Dunn's conclusions were correct - for instance, he thought the star shafts in the Queen's Chambers were used to mix chemicals which they were. The resulting chemical was toxic and the runoff would have ran down the well shaft and reports of early visitors (post Napolean) to the pyramid has a story of one of the explorers who got sick and passed out in the grotto.

I know he is correct cause I worked at a Hydro Power Plant for ten years. The Tunnels that we know of are what we would have called "service tunnels" in the dam itself.

However, his final conclusion - that it was used to transmit massive amounts of microwaves - is assuredly incorrect.
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What is your thought on it creating something like Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower? That is more in line with my over-all thoughts.
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ss you are reading my thoughts AGAIN...
Although I am prolly readiing yours. lol

the pyramids are machines, generating electricty and for what purpose idk.

Communication system highly probable.

See ya later.

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ss you are reading my thoughts AGAIN...
Although I am prolly readiing yours. lol

the pyramids are machines, generating electricty and for what purpose idk.

Communication system highly probable.

See ya later.

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lol
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I just did that Tesla thread, and I think this Giza Power Plant theory ties in with the energy source that Tesla discovered.

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SS I think you're presenting some great ideas. The Great Pyramid could have been built to be a transceiver, or perhaps a power generator. In any case I think we know a lot less about these mysteries than we realize; the pyramids probably were built to address a practical purpose.
Perhaps that purpose was communication between Humans and those who "helped" in the building process.
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SS I think you're presenting some great ideas. The Great Pyramid could have been built to be a transceiver, or perhaps a power generator. In any case I think we know a lot less about these mysteries than we realize; the pyramids probably were built to address a practical purpose.
Perhaps that purpose was communication between Humans and those who "helped" in the building process.
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THAT'S what I want to do. It has to be ideas that make sense. Just trying to get people to take a peak out of the box that we all grew up in. There are other answers out there than the ones we are spoon fed. Many people deny that...which is a shame.

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I don't really understand everything, but what I do sounds interesting. I always knew the Pyramid's were something more than they tell us and they are really cool, even though I see them almost every day, I always look at them and think "WHOA" as if I see them the first time.

I hope many of you will come and see them with your own eyes, it's worth it!

hf

Oh and 5*'s OP for bringing attention to my country!
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I don't really understand everything, but what I do sounds interesting. I always knew the Pyramid's were something more than they tell us and they are really cool, even though I see them almost every day, I always look at them and think "WHOA" as if I see them the first time.

I hope many of you will come and see them with your own eyes, it's worth it!

hf

Oh and 5*'s OP for bringing attention to my country!
peace
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YW!

It can be difficult to understand because I usually like to back up ideas with the science of them.

Basically it creates an environment where energy is 'in the air', instead of being controlled and forced down wires by using alternating currents.



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I don't really understand everything, but what I do sounds interesting. I always knew the Pyramid's were something more than they tell us and they are really cool, even though I see them almost every day, I always look at them and think "WHOA" as if I see them the first time.

I hope many of you will come and see them with your own eyes, it's worth it!

hf

Oh and 5*'s OP for bringing attention to my country!
peace
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YW!

It can be difficult to understand because I usually like to back up ideas with the science of them.

Basically it creates an environment where energy is 'in the air', instead of being controlled and forced down wires by using alternating currents.



 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Thanks. So that should be able stop the power outages we have in Cairo then... tounge
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chuckle

That reminds me, I have a friend in Egypt I haven't talked to in a while. I need to do so.

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i recently had the idea that (bear/bare with me)
since the pyramids being in alignment of the earths axis, on a fibonacci spiral, and out of limestone/golden tips.

i do not believe time is linear, so non-linear has no shape. but what about a spiral? or a vortex?

maybe the alignment of the pyramids and there chemical makeup allowed to create a bridge in time space?

idk just started tumbling in my mind a few days ago
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i seen a video somewhere where though ,,, that said it was highly radioactive
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:Reachoutandtouch:
What happened to my beloved GLP????.
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i recently had the idea that (bear/bare with me)
since the pyramids being in alignment of the earths axis, on a fibonacci spiral, and out of limestone/golden tips.

i do not believe time is linear, so non-linear has no shape. but what about a spiral? or a vortex?

maybe the alignment of the pyramids and there chemical makeup allowed to create a bridge in time space?

idk just started tumbling in my mind a few days ago
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and Stonehenge is suppose to be a dial gate for the pyramids..... Yeah iv read to much stuff lol
But I like it freezing cold ..... we need to change our dna to run at 90 degrees.. so we live oh i dont know... thousands of years
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i recently had the idea that (bear/bare with me)
since the pyramids being in alignment of the earths axis, on a fibonacci spiral, and out of limestone/golden tips.

i do not believe time is linear, so non-linear has no shape. but what about a spiral? or a vortex?

maybe the alignment of the pyramids and there chemical makeup allowed to create a bridge in time space?

idk just started tumbling in my mind a few days ago
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6257277

and Stonehenge is suppose to be a dial gate for the pyramids..... Yeah iv read to much stuff lol
But I like it freezing cold ..... we need to change our dna to run at 90 degrees.. so we live oh i dont know... thousands of years
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In 1975 Eduardo Balanovski, an Argentinian physicist, was invited by the dowser Bill Lewis and the writer Francis Hitching to investigate a large Standing Stone in Wales. Using a guassmeter (an instrument which measures static magnetic field strength), Balanovski was surprised to discover that significant magnetic anomalies existed around the Stone.

[link to www.rollrightstones.co.uk]
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you the know the nickname for the Aztecs ... is ASStechs
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you the know the nickname for the Aztecs ... is ASStechs
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I thought the ASStechs were the Greys.
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you the know the nickname for the Aztecs ... is ASStechs
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and they liked to talk about ass trology
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you the know the nickname for the Aztecs ... is ASStechs
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I thought the ASStechs were the Greys.
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i thought gold and grey were the same lol
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Beautiful work! An absolute basis for theory!
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I have that book. Very interesting to say.

If anyone isn't aware, the granite stone is VERY hard and you'd need specialized machining tools to achieve such precision.


[link to www.weltonrotz.com]

Also, more at Giza Power website - [link to www.gizapower.com]


I am in Tesla camp. I think it could be a power generator. Unfortunately, a lot of evidences of what could have been powered by that pyramid are gone or hidden somewhere.
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i recently had the idea that (bear/bare with me)
since the pyramids being in alignment of the earths axis, on a fibonacci spiral, and out of limestone/golden tips.

i do not believe time is linear, so non-linear has no shape. but what about a spiral? or a vortex?

maybe the alignment of the pyramids and there chemical makeup allowed to create a bridge in time space?

idk just started tumbling in my mind a few days ago
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6257277

and Stonehenge is suppose to be a dial gate for the pyramids..... Yeah iv read to much stuff lol
But I like it freezing cold ..... we need to change our dna to run at 90 degrees.. so we live oh i dont know... thousands of years
 Quoting: Intheshadows 16115445



In 1975 Eduardo Balanovski, an Argentinian physicist, was invited by the dowser Bill Lewis and the writer Francis Hitching to investigate a large Standing Stone in Wales. Using a guassmeter (an instrument which measures static magnetic field strength), Balanovski was surprised to discover that significant magnetic anomalies existed around the Stone.

[link to www.rollrightstones.co.uk]
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


... meanwhile in acupuncture the needles are going to be left in place from now on, a la voodoo doll
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my dna so freaky ... i could be called an alien lol
Shit better not say that... Ill end up in area 51 ... getting dissected rofl
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you the know the nickname for the Aztecs ... is ASStechs
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I thought the ASStechs were the Greys.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals

i thought gold and grey were the same lol
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ASStech? and Greys

Does that have anything to do with menhirs and bungholes?

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