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fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven

 
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fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
[link to ancientskyscraper.com]

Great site, lots to read and think about!
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
if you can mind the thunder sound fx
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
Cool site. Thanks!
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
I agree, I think there's much more to it than we realize! Thanks for the cool link (bookmarked)! :)

if you can mind the thunder sound fx
lol
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yep, I had to turn my sound down after a few minutes. :P

I made a thread about this a while back. Here's some of the details.

Tesla, Djed pillar, Obelisks, etc - all power devices?


Many of us are familiar with Tesla's experiments to transmit electricity through the air. There were also experiments by Van de Graff with a similar electric column. In ancient days there were many unusual tall structures, such as the Djed pillar of Osiris, Obelisks, and in India unusual formations on tops of stupas, as well as something called the Pillars of Ashoka. Were these ancient structures originally power devices?

Go to my thread for links. Thread: Tesla, Djed pillar, Obelisks, etc - all power devices?

ps also look at this post regarding usable energy: Thread: Help wanted - SickScent, Xenus, Rex Kristos, & others about theory regarding magnetic fluff We may need to use something like this in the next few years!

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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven

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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
[link to ancientskyscraper.com]

Great site, lots to read and think about!
Post your thoughts here.
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
The Denderah "Lightbulb"
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ARC of the covenant
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
Cool site. Thanks, OP.
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
[link to ancientskyscraper.com]

Great site, lots to read and think about!
Post your thoughts here.
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
if you can mind the thunder sound fx
lol
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You can turn the sound off - on the left, in the last turret, there's a music symbol, click it and it'll mute and also show a volume control.


Nice site OP!
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
Saved your link to read later OP. I am a Christian and I keep trying to explain to people they need to get the lie of cavemen out of their minds. Read Genesis 4:20-22 - These people may have been primitive but they were knowledgeable about many things.

Sometime after the flood (proof of flood and ice age everywhere - wooley mamoth frozen on its feet, receding glaciers - green plants found under layers of ice etc.. cities found under oceans, sea life fossils found inland and on mountains - other writings around the world that speak of a great flood besides the Bible)
People began to migrate south, and lived in caves on their route south, hence bones and hunting tools and cave writings found in so many caves.
The shamans retained the past knowledge of mankind and hid it from the people (who were busy trying to survive - generations) They set themselves above the common people and practiced magic ritual on them. Like telling them if so and so didn't happen the sun would cease to shine, and sure enough, it did. They could calculate when a solar eclipse would occur - secret knowledge. They practiced the same pagan sun worship that was practiced before the flood, hence the flood of destruction. They built pyramids and required a blood sacrifice to appease the gods (satan) so the sun would come up. They used the hidden knowledge against people up until this very day. So yes, there are ancient artifacts to show that knowledge was around in the beginning of time. But they hide it because they want us to think we are progressing in time and there is no God because they are God, so we can say wow, aren't we/they smart now?
Everyone acknowledges today that if they come out with a new scientific discovery "they" have known about for years.
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
Saved your link to read later OP. I am a Christian and I keep trying to explain to people they need to get the lie of cavemen out of their minds. Read Genesis 4:20-22 - These people may have been primitive but they were knowledgeable about many things.

Sometime after the flood (proof of flood and ice age everywhere - wooley mamoth frozen on its feet, receding glaciers - green plants found under layers of ice etc.. cities found under oceans, sea life fossils found inland and on mountains - other writings around the world that speak of a great flood besides the Bible)
People began to migrate south, and lived in caves on their route south, hence bones and hunting tools and cave writings found in so many caves.
The shamans retained the past knowledge of mankind and hid it from the people (who were busy trying to survive - generations) They set themselves above the common people and practiced magic ritual on them. Like telling them if so and so didn't happen the sun would cease to shine, and sure enough, it did. They could calculate when a solar eclipse would occur - secret knowledge. They practiced the same pagan sun worship that was practiced before the flood, hence the flood of destruction. They built pyramids and required a blood sacrifice to appease the gods (satan) so the sun would come up. They used the hidden knowledge against people up until this very day. So yes, there are ancient artifacts to show that knowledge was around in the beginning of time. But they hide it because they want us to think we are progressing in time and there is no God because they are God, so we can say wow, aren't we/they smart now?
Everyone acknowledges today that if they come out with a new scientific discovery "they" have known about for years.
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Re: fascinating! Did the ancients have knowledge of electricity and carbon arc lighting? Lighthouse at Alexandria, Egyptian heiroglyphs, ark of the coven
[link to ancientskyscraper.com]

Great site, lots to read and think about!
Post your thoughts here.
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