Can I ask: where is the evidence in the archaeological record for these devices? If a technology had been harnessed, would it not become commonplace?
Take, by way of example, Ancient Egyptian horse-drawn chariots, embracing the technology of the wheel, which are found in the archaeological record; the four best preserved examples discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun.
We know that chariots were used initially for transportation and then, as the technology developed, they were used in military exercises.
How does the complete absence of any physical evidence in the archaeological record sit with your theory of light bulbs?
I'd like to hear your thoughts on this. I'm not demanding a justification; I am just genuinely interested to know why you choose to promote an idea that has no foundation in historical evidence.