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Вступление к Earthmilk

I am a general contractor and a practical thinker. It is not logical to me that the Egyptian pyramids were tombs. First of all, a structure of any kind makes a statement about the owner, so why would the ancient pharaohs, being the wealthiest, most powerful people in the world at that time, build their tombs alike? I think their tombs would be different. The pharaohs all had their own architects and engineers, yet all the Egyptian pyramids are similar in design, and all were constructed of the same materials. The entrances are all the same; they all have the same descending passageways at approximately 26-degree angles; and all the passageways are less than 4-feet square. They all have very small chambers, wells and deep shafts, and they all were constructed, approximately 80 of them, along the Nile River, with underground shafts and above-ground causeways connecting them to the Nile. Why?

According to several serious word-origin specialists, the literal translation for pyramid is «fire in the middle» and this corresponds most to what my research has led me to believe the pyramids were built to do. I have spent years studying the structure, location, history and artifacts of the Egyptian pyramids, and I am more convinced than ever that the ancient Egyptians used the pyramids to create a unique form of energy. By paying special attention to celestial events, the ancients could have used natural forces like static electricity, the Earth’s magnetic field, and lightning to combine electricity with water.

Reports by ancient historians indicate that workers at the pyramids could work all day taking no other nourishment than «water from the Nile.» I believe that the Nile waters could have been energized. Once processed through the pyramidal chambers, the Nile waters could have become a new form of water I call Earthmilk. My research points to the possibility that Earthmilk gave off light and heat, and was an elixir for energizing the body. Earthmilk could be stored and stabilized in special vessels. Once the energy was used, it dissipated back into the environment with no ill effects. Water is the most versatile substance in nature. We know it as a gas, a liquid and a solid, but Earthmilk was a fourth form of water-energized water.
I will take you on a picture journey through the Cheops pyramid and other pyramids in Egypt. I will show you why they were not tombs, over and above the fact that they were never found to contain mummies, treasure, or even decorations on the walls, which are characteristic of all royal Egyptian tombs.
I can show how the Egyptian pyramids were originally built along the banks of the Nile even though the Nile is far away today. In the 1950s a dam was built in Aswan, Egypt, and it redirected the River’s flow, but maps of the area show where it used to be, and in every case the pyramids were right alongside.
I will show you the direct underground connections from the pyramids to the Nile. In fact, all the Egyptian pyramid complexes are riddled with wells, shafts and huge cut holes that interconnect underground. In 1978 I led a study group to Cairo with two professional photographers, a mineralogist and several aides. We took over 3,000 photographs and examined about 100 mineral samples. I returned in 2006 for more photos and verification of previous information. There is an underground chamber the size of an auditorium a hundred feet below the pyramids on the Giza plateau, and a 7-foot-wide rectangular channel hundreds of feet long which once received water from the Nile to fill the chamber. We can also prove that water coursed through the pyramids. In my studies of the Cheops pyramid, I can show how it could have been used to electrify water as well. In modern-day terms I would call it a type of gigantic, closed-cycle chemical laser.

Journey Through The Cheops Pyramid

Фото 8 — This is a photo of the entrance without the original 100-inch thick limestone exterior.pEm2pEm1
The pipe handrails were added in more recent years so you could move up and down the passageways without slipping.
This opening is less than 4-feet square and the passageway descends at a 26-degree angle.
Were people intended to enter or depart through these small, slippery passageways?
If so, where are the footholds or stairs?
And, if they weren’t created for access, then why were they needed?

Фото 10 — Drawing of a reconstructed cross-section of a door for the pyramids.
A similar door was found in a nearby pyramid.
Note the blue line showing the door opening from the inside.
If pressure was applied from the inside the door would swing out.pEm6pEm4
When the pressure stopped the door would automatically close up tight.

Фото 12 — Photo inside Descending Passage near front entrance looking up.
Area in red circle shows corners that are straight and clean with smooth walls and ceilings, some dark stains.

Фото 13-Photo looking at the Descending Passage.
Note corners in red circle: straight, clean and smooth with some dark stains.

Фото 14 — Photo near bottom of Descending Passage.
Please note the same corners that you saw in photos #12 andpEm5 #13 verifying that this is the same descending passage.
Please note how encrusted the walls and ceilings are, with large deposits of minerals as in photo #14.
The purple line on cross-section #15 that the blue arrow is pointing to shows the encrusted portion of the passageway, the encrustation stopping abruptly at the granite plugs shown in photo #16.

Фото 17 — Photo of side view of plugs embedded in Ascending Passage.
Early intruders opened the side of the plugs to gain access to the Ascending Passage shown in yellow.pEm3
It was originally thought that these plugs were intended to slide into place to plug the Ascending Passage.
As you can see in the photo, however, the plugs are lodged into place and were never intended to be moved.
Being made of solid granite, the primary mineral components of the plugs are quartz and feldspar.
Quartz crystals, when subjected to applied mechanical stress like compression, can produce voltage or piezoelectricity, and when exposed to heat will form pyroelectricity.
Could «fire in the middle» have anything to do with creating pyroelectricity?
Maybe so.pEm7

Фото 21 — Photo of well in grotto has only been excavated to 35-feet deep. pEm8
I believe that this was a major source of water to the pyramids.
It was heavily encrusted with mineral
I believe that it connects to another chamber underneath Cheops.

Фото 23 — Photo shows heavily encrusted mineral deposits on ceilings and walls.
The encrustation was up to three-quarters of an inch thick on the ceilings.

Фото 24 — This is narrow passagepEm9 with heavy mineral deposits; passage comes to a dead-end.

Фото 25 — Photo of entrance to the dead-end passage.
I believe this connects to the underground wells, shafts and water passageways that led to the Nile River.

pEm10Фото 28 — Photo showing opening in the back of the recessed area called «The Niche» inside the so-called «Queen’s Chamber.»
There is a passageway here that could have given access to an outside source of water or other fluid.
(See opening inside of the red circle.)
The passage is rectangular cut and goes deep into the superstructure of the pyramid.
(It has been plugged since this photo was taken.)pEm11
Also, archeologists believe that there was a granite vessel inside of this chamber that is not there anymore.

Фото 29 — Photo of gated opening to look down rectangular passage into the so called «Queen’s Chamber.»
This passage is long, smooth and narrow.pEm12
Unfortunately, you can no longer see it today as it is now closed to the public.

Фото 31 — There is evidence that hydrogen was present inside the «Queen’s Chamber.»
We confirmed it through mineral analysis.
Other researchers have also indicated some kind of chemical reactions took place in the so-called Queen’s Chamber, including evidence of hydrogen.

Фото 35 —  Photo of spot where something was attached to the granite wall.
The granite was broken and shattered, pEm13parts of the granite were removed with the object, whichpEm15
indicates that the attached object was pried away from the wall (inside red circle).

Фото 37 —  Photo of the entire Grand Gallery.
There are 28 removed objects on one side and 27 on the opposite side. (See red oval.)
They had to be valuable because someone went to a lot of trouble to break them away from the solid granite.
They could have been metallic in nature, maybe copper, bronze, silver or gold-note the dark stains on the walls and ceilings.

Фото 39 — Photo of the Antechamber entrance showing its rectangular shape and how it is open to the Grand Gallery at the top.pEm17
Note the dark stains etched into the granite.

Фото 40 — Photo looking up inside the Antechamber where pEm18it opens onto the Grand Gallery.
Notice dark stains.
MN-(Обратите внимание на выбитый возможно взрывом верхний участок проема над входом в предкамеру камеры фараона.)

Фото 43 — Photo of the door concealing access to a cut in solid limestone air vent channel that penetrates the exterior of the pyramid.
(See red circle.)
This area is sealed off to the public now.
MN-(Этот ход проделан Кавильей (Caviglia Giovanni Battista) и называется Caviglia’s Passage.)

Фото 46 — A sketch of a cross-section of the «King’s Chamber» showing the five levels of granite slabs with air-space in between.
Some stones weighed in excess of 70 tons.
I believe the tremendous size and shape of the pyramid’spEm19 structure would allow the pyramid to take a lightning strike, storing an electrical charge inside the so-called «King’s Chamber.»
The physical shape of the «King’s Chamber» fits the description of a hollow-core transformer.
The excavation holes in the drawing are the remnants of an access channel that I believe connected thepEm20 «King’s Chamber» to a source of water or other fluids.

Фото 47 — Photo of the interior of the vessel. Note the dark stain level inside. The origin of this red granite box is still a mystery.
It is also physically larger than the opening that leads into the «King’s Chamber,» which makes one wonder how they got it in there.
Granite is resistant to the effects of acid and otherpEm21 caustic chemicals.
It appears that there was tremendous heat generated inside the so-called «King’s Chamber» due to the very dark stains everywhere.

Фото 49 — Photo of the hole in the floor of the «King’s Chamber» before the granite plug was re-inserted.
It could allow water or some other fluids to enter the chamber from an outside source.
The granite plug has been placed into its original opening, closing the passageway.

Фото 52 — Photo of air-vent 8-inches wide, 6-inches tall. Note the very dark burn stains etched into the top of the opening.
(See red arrow.).
Remember the translation of the word pyramid is «Fire in the Middle?» pEm22
pEm23This channel that penetrates the exterior of the pyramid could be an exhaust port to relieve pressure from the heat inside.

Фото 53 — Photo of air-vent; the shape of the opening is very unusual.
It appears something was ripped or pried away; the granite is badly damaged.
This air-vent does penetrate the exterior.
It exits the pyramid on the south face of the pyramid, which means that the sun passes over it every day and the sun shines light down the air vent.