> Hi Will
> You refer to "missing ceiling soot" as somehow suggestive of
> light bulb technology.
> Ironically, the beautiful ceiling at Dendera can only now be
> seen in all its glory because the thick layer of soot which
> covered it has been painstakingly removed in recent years.
> To which "missing ceiling soot" are you referring, precisely?
Same soot. I was definitely making a reference to the theory that the Ancient Egyptian used these snake tubes for illumination, which I flatly do not believe. As I have said before, I have no doubt that the Egyptians used oil lamps and candles for that purpose.
No, the snake tube and menat necklace technology are much more than that, they are healing devices - they draw down life force energy from the Sun - that pushes back death. (now that I find interesting)...
And they are part of a Lost Technology which built megalithic structures beyond our current capabilities, mummified remains that hardly decay over thousands of years and created detailed maps of coastlines thousands of miles away - some currently buried under tons of ice.
How did they do that? I believe the plasma snake technology is pointing the way towards the answer.
The point I was making to Audrey was, we can argue forever about whether or not the Egyptians could, or could not, have had such technology. Or we can move the conversation in the direction of what this technology does, and how we might bring it forward to our now...
That is what fires my interest...
What fires yours?
Post Edited (27-May-14 15:49)
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