Whatever does not kill us makes us stronger. The Atlanteans were familiar with the effects of lightning on the human psyche, they had also developed lightning plants to awaken their sleeping powers by the electro-therapy
They knew perfectly lightning and its effects on the human psyche. Assuming that whatever does not kill us makes us stronger, the powerful Atlanteans had built temples where the applicants received a course of electro- therapy to awaken their powers. The majority of megaliths on the globe are tools, or machines, developed by the Atlanteans to capture the celestial energy and benefit from its gifts. For this purpose, they built Teotihuacan, Stonehenge, Carnac, Machu Picchu, the Pyramids of Giza, Tiahuanaco, Avebury, the Roche aux Fees…
In Celtic country, they had lifted large stones, erected pyramids and built long barrows to receive baptism from lightning, and enjoy this heavenly gift.
In Egypt, Central Europe, and America, they had built pyramids topped by a capstone of conductive metal to capture lightning; it entered the interior of the pyramid by the so-called “ventilation shafts.”
The function of the “bows of discharge” was to break the flashes oflightning to turn them into ball lightning, which isa lot less dangerous. Just below, they had developed a strongroom with a stone sarcophagus where the insider lay down; he was given a baptism by fire from heaven without risking his life.
Jesus would have received there the initiation of Isis, lying in the same sarcophagus, while thunderflashes shook the huge mass of stone above him. This is at least what claims Edgar Cayce, Baygent and I.
Many legends speak of the benefits of lightning. In Japan, during the Edo era, in an old temple in Setagaya, lived a monk, a very poor monk who had nothing but a cat. The good priest often deprived himself of food to feed his only friend.
Every day he asked him the same question: O cat, cannot you do anything for this temple? So that the cat was moved, deciding to rescue his master, who was so good with him. That day, a nobleman, Gutokuji-San, caught in a shower, took refuge under a tree.
Then he saw the temple, and on the threshold of the temple, a cat beckoning him to approach.
The nobleman went into the temple. At the same moment, the tree he had just left was struck by lightning. A white fireball reached Gutokuji-San who immediately knew enlightenment. After this event, the nobleman often returned to the temple which became his family’s temple and named Gutokuji Temple. One might think that the awakening of Gutokoji-San was a gift of the magic cat, but it is rather an old legend about the power of initiation by thunder.
You have eyes to see and you do not see. Let hear those who have ears.
What does lightning do on the human brain when it does not grill its neurons? What change of the brain wavelengths gives these mysterious powers? Are there other ways to get this result? Why not exploring this exciting way?
Don’t we all want to fly, to teleport ourselves, to effortlessly lift the mountains, to create the material world with our sole mind? Who would refuse to live much longer and keep eternal youth? Who would refuse to know everything, to have full, immediate, absolute knowledge
Who would not want the free and permanent access to the many universes that are parallel to ours?
I bet that lightning makes it all happen. It is in the collective memory of this distant golden age that is the origin of the myth of Superman and his pals. They look like us. We can be like them. With the help of Isis.
OK, you will say, but if such power plants have existed, why don’t we find any trace of them today? Oh yes, there are traces. We just have to know where to look.These monuments that dot our countryside, standing stones, alignments, dolmens, stone circles, what were they used for?
Despite they never found the slightest evidence, several archaeologists still think that the dolmens were tombs. They think the same of the pyramids of Egypt. In both cases, they are wrong.
We must face the facts. Neither the dolmens
nor the megalithic pyramids were designed to be tombs.
Remember no archaeologist has ever found a body buried under a dolmen, except those of Gallic chiefs, much later than the erection of those monuments. Similarly, no mummy has ever been found in the pyramid of Cheops: just because the access corridor to the “King’s Chamber” is too narrow to allow the passage of a royal sarcophagus.
And besides, even if we had found a skeleton there, what would it prove? The megaliths were re-used by many peoples. Why not as tombs?
Who can say what will our nuclear plants or our silos of atomic rockets will be used for ten thousand years from now? How will our descendants use them when our civilization will be forgotten? On the other hand, if future archaeologistsfind the bodies of bishops and great characters buried in our cathedrals, will they be stupid enough to conclude that these cathedrals were built to serve as tombs? Once and for all, we must forget the thesis of burials. This nonsense has been trotted out too long.
The Megalithic people had a functional project in mind. Their huge monuments served life – not death.
We are told that the ancient Egyptians were obsessed by the survival of the soul. That is wrong.
They built machines to turn into gods.
Lightning factories. Electric power plants and power lines. Rooms where the initiate received God’s fire. Such was their deep purpose: mission superman. That is the hidden source of the myth of Superman and other US superheroes: each time rewrites its own version of the eternal mythologies.
Each culture develops its own dreams, the Americans have draw theirs from the old Indian legends and other remnants of Atlantis.
This is the secret of the ancient gods: they were men, and they had found a way to become gods.
The remnants of fabulous temples, mountains of huge stones, excessive, impossible sites on top of the world, tunnels to the heart of Earth, all feats barely imaginable.
The King chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza was called once Isis chamber because in this very place, inside of the sacred sarcophagus, that the grantee after a thorough initiation received enlightenment through lightning, the gift of Isis …
The top side of the sarcophagus is engraved with goddess Isis, symbol of awakening.
This shows that the first destination of this sarcophagus was not to protect a mummy but to expose a living at waking lightning.