Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The power of words



 

The power of words

Semantics sometimes can lead to strange and curious facts. I will give just two examples that should make us think deeper about our ancient history.
First let’s talk about Teotihuacan. I quote Wikipedia: “The name Teōtīhuacān is given by the Nahuatl-speaking Aztec centuries after the fall of the city. The term has been glossed as "birthplace of the gods", reflecting Nahua creation myths that were said to occur in Teotihuacan. Teotihuacān is a Nahuatl (Aztec) name meaning "place where gods were born" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teotihuacan). In ancient Greek, Theós means god. This term defines a lot of other common words such as theology, theory, theosophy etc, all words connected somehow with the concept of God. Strange coincidence to have the same word on the two sides of the Atlantic ocean in pre-Columbian times!
The other word I will speak about is Amen. I will quote Wikipedia again: “The word amen ("So be it; truly") is a declaration of affirmation[1][2] found in the Hebrew Bible and New Testament. Its use in Judaism dates back to its earliest texts.[3] It has been generally adopted in Christian worship as a concluding word for prayers and hymns.[2] In Islam, it is the standard ending to Dua (supplication).” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amen) . But there is a strange resemblance with the name of an ancient Egyptian god Amun. By the way Amun is one of the most powerful and important god in the Egyptian pantheon. He is the creator deity and is described starting with the Old Kingdom. He was identified by the Greeks as Zeus. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amun). All ancient descriptions of the god Amun look like our Christian God. Same roots I think and the word Amen is the occult remembering of an ancient god! I will not insist on the implications of such “coincidences” but keep them in a corner of your mind.



Generally sacred words were in use in all languages and of course we find them in all sacred texts depicted or carved in and outside temples, churches, statues, obelisks etc.
Why? Are all those mantras only a spiritual mean of communication with the divinity or is there more then that? Could it represent in certain cases a practical method to give special properties to the materials they were applied to? Sacred words have sacred meanings and all that is sacred information! 


Ancient Egyptians, as all other ancient cultures, had the knowledge of stone masonry especially granite carving, transport and use. They knew somehow the special properties of such material: piezoelectricity, acoustic response and creation of electromagnetic fields due to electric polarization of granite. I think I bring enough evidence in my previously published hypothesis Tutankhamun’s Stargate that nothing that was built by the ancient Egyptians with sacred means was futile and random. They carefully chose the sites to place their temples, pyramids and obelisks. 


I think Chris Dunn is right when he states that the chambers in the Great Pyramid were tuned to resonate to specific frequencies. But ancient Egyptians were able to tune whatever granite stone was necessary to accomplish their goal.
If the theory of David Hatcher Childress that obelisks are some sort of antennas stands, then the logical question is how did they tune those antennas in order to make them functional.
One explanation that should be checked by further scientific studies is that the hieroglyphic writing carved on  those obelisks could do the tuning job.
So maybe the ancients found a way to transfer sacred information to sacred stones in order to achieve some technical and practical goals.
It’s easier to tune a granite block without a polished finish. But in the public places of such highly sophisticated society you can not place ugly blocks of stone. Maybe at Carnac or Stonehenge it was not a design problem as in Egypt or those artifacts are much older.
Geophysical studies on granite were conducted by very important scientists and laboratories and the properties and composition of it are very well known. Granite is a very peculiar stone that has a predictable behavior when stressed acoustically or by pressure applied, in dry or wet environments. It’s well known that quartz is part of the structure of the granite that gives its piezoelectric properties. Quartz crystals are not in homogeneous distribution in the granite structure.  But if you want to tune such a granite obelisk you have to determine somehow the distribution of quartz crystals inside the stone structure and then to adjust it in order to make it resonate accordingly to your needs.

Maybe it was possible to locate those quartz crystals by knocking the surface of the granite block or by using some type of musical instruments by the very specialized temple musicians and priests of ancient Egypt. But the tuning itself could be done only by carving. 


And that’s the point! If you carve certain hieroglyphs at certain precise depths in the rock and on precise spots on the obelisk then the properties of that block of stone will be modified deliberately keeping hidden the goal of the carving and obtaining a beautiful sacred object. I wonder if archeologists have ever asked a geophysicist about that issue!
I will not go into technicalities about granite experiments run by specialized scientists but you will find at the bottom of this article some very interesting recommended reading.
So sacred words or spells can influence matter in a much more interesting way than we can imagine. It’s enough to carve a god’s name or a pharaoh’s curse on the right spot and
Magic becomes true!

The obelisks are just an example but the majority of granite blocks in use in ancient Egypt (temples, statues etc) were carved with hieroglyphs even if they could just paint them!
I do not know if there is an intact Egyptian obelisk somewhere in the world. The actual existing artifacts seem to be broken or with erased carvings or parts missing as the gilded pyramidion tops.  I am quite sure that these damages were made deliberately!

If the ancients wanted to disrupt the functionality of their communication tools, it was enough then to erase the pharaoh’s sacred name hieroglyph from the surface of the stone or to crack the sides of the monument. The obelisks are still functioning as amplifiers of electromagnetic waves of some sort but are detuned and out of the useful spectrum. I do not know if that destructive attitude is part of a bigger disruptive communication plan but we can find strange evidence all over the planet! But that is another issue!

The same questions remain to be answered:
How did they discover all those technologies or who taught them to do it?
Who were they communicating with? Why was communication disrupted at a certain moment during human history? What can we learn from a remake or rediscovery of this technology?  
I conclude by saying that as usual further holistic studies are necessary and remember that words are sometimes crystal clear and have really sacred powers!

Recommended reading:
dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/68605/zhu.pdf?sequence=1
David Childress website:

Chris Dunn Website:
http://www.gizapower.com