"And I also believe that the materials for the great Pyramid were selected for a specific purpose. But there are other forms of energy than electricity. Our belief that it is the best form of energy is why the world is stuck where it is today."
Electromagnetic energy is the basis for all forms of energy initially, bound up in little packets or quanta that adjust their potentials according to not just the mediums they propagate through, but also the proximities and interactions with other quanta. In our modern day, we are certainly aware of all kinds of quanta, and recognise the hardy photon as the chameleon that clothes itself according to how we perceive it in our observations of our surroundings.
Electricity is just the transformed quanta or photon, but in accepting this, we can delve a little further into what was possible because now we can play with its baser form.
If we accept that there are several substances that went into the construction of the pyramid – as much as we are aware of – then identifying them does go a little way into addressing what was happening there. It does not matter if we look at telluric currents, seismic activity, lightning or any other such force to power what was going on there, just that we identify what the materials are that were being used.
Granite – how many different types and are they actually different to each other, in regards to grain size, inclusions (quartz, etc), magnetic orientation (are the blocks laid down in the construction to harness the potential of the magnetic orientation, or that is not an important consideration)
Limestone – filled with diatoms that react to magnetic alignments, and have orientation to their settling and demise in subsequently becoming limestone. Also, the various forms of diatoms show that some are exceptional in their shapes – imagine electromagnetic energy passing through the base of one at a strength of '1', and being released from the apex of one at strength '1.something' or more, only to pass into the base of another and again exit its apex...and how many layers per block...with a slag of limestone mortared between blocks. And again, the orientation of these blocks in the construction.
Copper – certainly a conductor but that just means something is coming in at one end and going out at the other, and considering there are two inclusions at the tops of the Queen Chamber shafts (which might just be remnants of lengths of copper within the shafts) we could be looking at a duality of process here, whether as transmitter/receiver, or positive and negative. That there are two shafts to each chamber also extends the potential to include one side for one thing, the other side for the other thing; and again that there are two chambers (that we know of) also extends to one for one thing, the other for the other thing. (I lean towards there being a third chamber, and a third process in all this)
Sand – the holes drilled into the passage to the QC found sand in cavities beyond the walls, and the sand was of a different type than that surrounding the place. Some kind of ritual observing another place's origins? Is the grain size conducive to being part of a slow release mechanism that had blocks lowering to hide other passages? Is the sand itself a dampening agent needed in particular places?
What else is there...? Or was there...?
Tesla always comes to mind when looking at the pyramid...as he said, he didn't really invent anything as much as rediscover things. Gotta love the Tesla Coil, Magnifying Transmitter, etc, and of course the alternating current throughout his stuff.
Depending on how some things are pieced together, we can construct a plausible process of operation that creates a great deal of energy being introduced to the chambers via the shafts – cavity resonators? - and Tesla did have plans and such for a Directed Energy Weapon, but that was just one extension of the stuff he was playing with. Certainly a malfunction in the absorption of such energy could explain the damage to the King Chamber and also the upper ends of those shafts blowing out and needing repairs.
But taking that leap of what the pyramid was for is our very downfall, as we may be too limited in our understanding of how energy is accessed, let alone harnessed, controlled, distributed, and used.