Could the Egyptians Pyramids Have Been Used for Data Mining?

In my last blog post on the Egyptian pyramids I speculated on the possibility of the Giza complex being a memory space used for recalling the knowledge of a homeland in the Southern Hemisphere.  A recent study into the effects of electromagnetic energy on the Great Pyramid at Giza suggests some further ways in which the pyramid may have been used to keep in touch with Egyptian  forebears.

The study in question was conducted by Russian scientists from ITMO University, and used a model of the Great Pyramid to ascertain how it responded to the effects of electromagnetic energy.  By bombarding the model with radio waves they determined that the pyramid resonates, collects electromagnetic energy in the Kings Chamber and channels it into the pyramid’s substrate. These findings provide support for Christopher Dunn’s view that the Great Pyramid acts as a coupled oscillator generating tremendous amounts of microwave and radio wave energy.  In effect, the Great Pyramid is a “holistic energy device that is harmonically coupled with the earth and its inhabitants”.  Others, such as Dr. J. O. Kinnama, believed that the Great Pyramid was a giant radio station that sent messages all over the earth.  On one of his visits to the Great Pyramid Kinnama claimed to have visited a room deep within the limestone bedrock, which contained a giant quartz crystal ground convex, with thousands of prisms inserted in it.  If indeed such a crystal existed, it could have served in the same way as a modern crystal oscillator to create an electrical signal with a precise frequency for the purpose of keeping track of time and/or to stabilize frequencies for radio transmission and reception.   A quartz crystal oscillator works by being distorted by a nearby electric field (this property is known as electrostriction or inverse piezoelectricity). Since electromagnetic energy was being channelled from the Kings chamber into the limestone bedrock, and limestone is well known for its conductive properties, especially when wet (which the bedrock would have been during the annual flooding of the Nile) there would have been abundant electricity for either purpose.

In addition to the natural geological properties of the site, the sun would have contributed to the electromagnetic stimulation and resonance of the pyramid.  The highly polished white limestone facing on the pyramid’s exterior would not only have reflected the sunlight and given it a shining, brilliant appearance, they would also have resonated with the electromagnetic energy of the sun’s rays,

Many readers will also know that the Great Pyramid is situated on one of the three major nodal points of telluric energy (the other two being the north and south axial poles).  This would have further enhanced it’s access to the Earth’s natural electromagnetic energy.

However, being an attractor for electromagnetic energy would also have exposed the site to certain amount of risk.  It would have been particularly susceptible to the effects of coronal mass ejections (CME) which are known to cause magnetic storms sufficient to disrupt power stations.  In fact, just an event might have occurred as there is evidence of an accident in the King’s Chamber – cracks which suggest an explosion took place at some point.  There is some suggestion of a warning of the dangers of misusing energy in a relief in a crypt beneath the Temple of Hathor in Dendara (circa 100BC).  The image shows a baboon (symbol of wisdom) holding two knives in front of what appears to be a giant light bulb (Crookes tube). One interpretation of this relief is as a warning against the misuse of energy. Whether due to the possible explosion in the King’s chamber, or weather conditions in the 22nd century BC which prevented the flooding of the Nile for some years, the use of the pyramid for transmission/reception of electromagnetic energy appears to fallen away as the power of the Pharaoh declined towards the end of the Old Kingdom.

The question still remains, was there a connection between the pyramid’s possible use as a clock or communication device and it’s association with funerary rituals?  The timing of religious rituals was also considered important in ancient Egypt, so having a reliable clock would have helped ensure that they took place when the available energy was likely to be at its greatest. For example the rising of Sirius heralded the annual flooding of the Nile which would have boosted the conductivity of the limestone bedrock beneath the pyramid. Priests would also have known of other times of the year of greater energetic potential (eg. solstices and equinoxes).

If the available energy was being used to communicate with someone or something, who might that have been?  Bearing in mind the pyramid’s connection with death and the afterlife, a traditional religious ceremony called “The opening of the mouth and eyes” might offer some clues.

The purpose of the ceremony is to prepare a mummy for its journey to the afterlife.  Ancient Egyptians believed the mummy needed to be able to eat, drink, breathe and speak during the journey to, and in the afterlife.  To this end a priest casts a number of spells while opening the eyes and mouth of the mummy or statue of the deceased. Sacrifices of meat are also made. In order to ‘open’ the mouth, a priest follows a sequence of predefined steps and uses special instruments to figuratively complete the task on a statue or mummy of the deceased.  Once the mouth has been opened, the ‘Ba’ (personality and instincts of the soul) is released to join the other part of the soul, the ‘Ka’ (representing life force or vital essence). Together they form the Akh, or immortal soul.

It was my proposition in an earlier blog post that one of the purposes of the pyramids was to serve as a memory space to aid in the recall of knowledge of an older culture based in a distant land.  I would like to take this one step further by suggesting that the energy generated by the pyramids was being used to access the knowledge of the progenitor culture by remotely ‘opening the mouths’ of its dead knowledge holders. Whilst this suggestion might sound preposterous, please bear with me while I explain how this might have been achieved.

In Lynn Kelly’s book, “The Memory Code”, she shares her theory of how non-literate cultures memorised vast amounts of information using memory devices such as stone circles, skyscapes, song lines in conjunction with captivating songs and stories.  As most of the memory spaces were built around the time of transition from a nomadic lifestyle to a more settled agrarian society, Kelly postulates that they were constructed in order to aid in the retention of important information that had been encoded in the landscape previously inhabited by the settlers.

In the case of stone circles, stones from the original landscapes were often transported to a site near the new settlement.  Most of the circles were situated on points of increased telluric energy (ley lines if you will).  Many of the stone circles were also surrounded by deep ditches lined with chalk which, in some cases, may also have held water. The combination would have served to enhance the natural electromagnetic energy of the site.  Both the ditches and stone cairns of New Grange were constructed in such a way as to reverberate with the sound of ritual song and dance, thereby creating a resonate cavity harmonically coupled with the earth and the priest/performers.  The purpose of achieving such a harmonic coupling would have been to access (and could also have stored) information contained in the crystalline structure of the stones, for quartz content in rocks is capable of storing information due to its piezoelectric properties. As a storage device, quartz is quite reliable and would have served as an effective memory storage device.  Only disruptive mechanical stress like an earth quake would have resulted in in the damage or loss of data.  Even today, the information could be accessed by the same means providing the participating humans had the capacity to detect and interpret the information contained in the electromagnetic energy they received.  Individuals with psychic sensitivity and/or training in shamanic practices would probably be best equipped to attempt such an experiment.

Since the Egyptians would have been unable to transport heavy ‘memory’ stones from their former homeland to their adopted country, I believe they were attempting to remotely access the knowledge of their forebears by boosting the electromagnetic energy needed to reach a distant target storage source. The technique they seemed to be using seems to have some parallels with the techniques Tesla used for his experiments with wireless transmission of energy in Colorado Springs at the beginning of the twentieth century.  The advantage the Egyptians had over Tesla was their knowledge of, and ability (however misguided), to exploit the earth’s telluric energy grid. A grid which may in fact of been created by the very same means as the explosion in the Kings chamber of the Great Pyramid at Giza, ie. A massive coronal mass ejection (CME) at some point in the earth’s history.  In other words, they may represent ‘energetic scars’ of past damage done to the planet’s energy system.  Paradoxically these scars may actually have assisted mankind recover from such events, and other climatic catastrophes, by providing improved access to ancestral knowledge that could assist with the rebuilding process. They may also have helped stabilise the earth’s telluric energy system at times of stress. Just how effective they remain in the face of the massive environmental damage done to the planet by modern humans remains to be seen.

The question that remains to be answered is which cultural reservoir were the Egyptians attempting to tap into and where was it located?  In my previous blog I suggested it had to be somewhere in the southern hemisphere due to the reverse astronomical alignments of the pyramids on the Giza plateau.  Further astronomical analysis may be successful in narrowing down a location. Absent of such analysis, there is some evidence that Australia could be a candidate.  Motifs in the Bradshaw art of North West Western Australia (eg. reed boats and a grounding line) bear a striking resemblance to elements of ancient Egyptian art. There is also a controversial set of Petroglyphs near Gosford in New South Wales that some claim are of Egyptian origin. It is in any case a question that deserves more attention than can be afforded in this particular blog post. In the meantime I will leave you to contemplate the achievements and lessons of a Neolithic culture whose capacities may have exceeded our own in some quite unexpected ways.



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