> There is a lot of evidence and is discussed on the boards a lot
> already that the Pyramids where also energy generators, but
> what would the Egyptians use this energy for? Could they store
> it in batteries? Did they have lightbulbs/plasma bulbs? Did
> they understand electrical circuits?
The ancients definitely knew about energy! This energy, a subtle energy( not readily picked up by the five senses), is called Ki, Prana, Breath of Life, Chi, and even the term “vitality” stems from the concept.
The roman architect, Vitruvius, in his books on Roman architecture speaks extensively on using materials at certain times of the year and from certain locations so they were imbued with variations of this enigmatic “energy.” So the Romans used the energy to build and lay out cities, much like the Chinese. But Vitruvius, to me, lays out more concrete aspects of it.
The Egyptians might have found any number of uses for it, as the Romans, Chinese, and Indians did.