Solomon’s Magic Bath


Solomon’s temple contained many wonders where it would be wrong not to see technological achievements. The twenty four antennas that overcame the building were lightning rods, or rather lightning sensors. In addition, Hiram, the architect of the temple, had cast in bronze a huge pool where Solomon was taking his ritual bath. This bronze pool was named brazen Sea. (source)II Kings xxv, 13 and Jeremiah LII, 17 


The splendor of Solomon

Solomon was the greatest king of his time, and his use of flying machines attests enough to the blessing of the former gods. He had received from these ancient astronauts a number of devices, techniques and elaborate machines that made his reign, palace and temple authentic wonders of the ancient world. Unfortunately, many of these precious achievements were destroyed by the Chaldeans of Babylon.

The most amazing of these wonders was undoubtedly this pool intended to collect the balls of lightning caught by the twenty lightning conductors placed on the roof of the temple. Lightning conductors better called lightning sensors. To better understand the operation of this lightning machine, please refer to the article devoted to Solomon’s temple.


The Brazen Sea

“Nearer to the altar of burnt offerings in the east, stretching a little towards the south, was placed the brazen sea. It was a huge bronze vase, intended to store water in the temple for the use of priests. This vessel was ten cubits in diameter, and thirty in circumference, for it was round and five cubits deep. The edge was decorated with a cord, and embellished with apples or balls in semi-relief. The foot was a hollow paralleliped ten cubits square, and two cubits high.

The vessel was named the sea because of its vast capacity. His cup alone contained 2000 baths of water, and 1000 feet; in all 3000 baths. He was supported on twelve bronze oxen, arranged in four groups of three oxen, directed towards the four parts of the world, and leaving between them four passages, which made the basin accessible under the sea, where the priests went to purify themselves. Water was drawn from the vase by four taps which poured it into the basin.” (source)



Lightning traps

I think that the lightning sensors and the brazen sea are two elements of an ancient lightning catcher or lightning trap — a more appropriate term. Two parts of a machine to change men into gods. Lightning vibrated water in the Sea of brass to makeLightning water or Jade water.

“The brazen Sea – Hebrew: yam moustak – of the Bible was a large round pool of molten brass, which was in Solomon’s temple entrance This pool was 6 meters deep and 12 meters in diameter ; about thirty-six meters in circumference ; the edge was decorated with two rows of carved flowers ; the walls had to thickness width of a hand and the entire basin was supported by twelve oxen, also in bronze. In this pool the high priests were making their ablutions.

It was broken by the Chaldeans in the destruction of the temple and transported in pieces to Babylon.” (Robert Charroux, The Unknown Mysterious Book)


Temples with pools

Many lightning temples, if not all, had their pool. We know that of Osireion at Abydos, Egypt. We know that of Harappa, India, on the forecourt of the temple. We know the Akapana basin, on top of pyramid of Tiwanaku, or Tiahuanaco, Peru. 

And the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, was surrounded by a large pool, like the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon in Teotihuacan, Mexico.



The ancient pool of Manipuram seems to have been cut by a machine with fast rotating blades.


Jade Water

I saw how the Avebury site in Wiltshire UK was once completely traversed by streams, and I understood the role of water in ancient lightning traps: given the summit basin of the Akapana next to the pyramid of Tiahuanaco, Peru. It is known that the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, was surrounded by a wide basin, like the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon in Teotihuacan, Mexico.

Lightningwater plays a central role in ancient technology of fulgural awakening. The ancient Egyptians called it Jade Water, and Native Americans originally called the Water of Tlaloc.

This all-powerful deity was the god of lightning, agriculture and irrigation. I have shown why these three things are united under his divinity: in the Andes, rain flows along the mountains and irrigates the countless market gardening terraces that cover most of the cliffs. Because if the water is not “blessed” by lightning, the earth will be less fertile.


Blessed Lightning

For Hergé or his friend and assistant Edgar Jacobs, lightning plays a very singular role that deserves exegesis. Tintin in Tibet meets an old lama who levitates without warning. What is the name of this old lama? Blessed Lightning.

Initiated by his friend and collaborator Edgar-Pierre Jacobs, Hergé dealt with many subjects related to our unknown powers. Lightning and its effects have an important place in his work as well as in Jacobs’.

I have every reason to believe that this lama was blessed by lightning, just like my benefactor. This instant awakening given by the balls of lightning has awakened mysterious powers, that of levitating for the lama of Hergé, and for Flornoy that of making appear entities that he named his allies.



Trickling gods

Chac in the Andes or Tlaloc in the sierras of Mexico were streaming gods. In both cases, the rain god is also the harvest god — possibly the same character. As for lightning, we find it at the origin of everything.

The cities of the Andean peaks were lightning traps. Lightning brought the water that gives life to the body and plants, and the awakening that gives life to the spirit. Lightning brings the vril energy, which also turns the machines and shines the lamps.

The former gods enriched large quantities of water for their consumption, that of their animals, and that of their plants.  The irrigation waters, vibrated by lightning and enriched by the nitrates it develops, produced abundant and varied crops, which were envious in the valleys where primitive hunters could barely survive.


A Chinese copy

Jade water is not only good for farming. Our ancestors knew how to use it in many ways. They drank it in small quantities, its virtues were innumerable: healing, energy rebalancing, rejuvenation cure, even awakening.

Energy rebalancing can be achieved through other means: reiki, and especially the Erquy reki that I practice in internship, offers more than satisfactory results. The reki rebalances in all cases, it sometimes does much more. A trainee has been walking for too long on the edge of awakening, without taking the plunge. This is not uncommon. At the level of the arcanum XV The Devil, he has all functional  and wide open chakras, except for the fontanel. He can’t stand it anymore. The little boost from Erquy’s reki gives him the cubic centimeter of luck he needs to wake up.

All around the world, initiates immersed themselves in pools of lightning water cut in stone or metal pools. Because Solomon was not the only one to bathe in a brass pool: the former Chinese dignitaries made their ablutions in basins of the same type.

Here below is a photo taken from the tombs of the Ming dynasty, where you can see a perfect copy of the famous Solomon’s Brazen Sea. I showed the great biblical king traveling to China thanks to his mysterious spacecraft. Could it be Salomon who launched the fashion of this magical bathtub to China? Or was it a widespread custom, stemming from the teaching of the astronaut gods?




The water of power

I imagine they were connected to lightning, like the Sea of Brass. I also imagine they were filled with Jade water. Besides, isn’t jade of Chinese origin? We can assume that this name was given to it to illustrate its origin. It is indeed quite likely that the sages of Cathayancien name of China had knowledge of a lightning technology, before transmitting it to the rest of the world through travelers in caravans, or spacecraft, like the great Solomon.

There were several qualities of lightning water, which was more or less effective depending on how much vril the water had received. Jade water can also be made without the help of lightning. A French engineer of the last century made this discovery that I consider prodigious. Working on the physical properties of water, he pierced the secret of the patriarchs: a water of long life that owes nothing to lightning, and everything to cosmic particles. 


Here and here

Water is undoubtedly the most precious liquid. Its recognized properties are mind-blowing. What about its more secret uses? Jade water or lightning, water memory, not to mention the rivers used by the brujos sorcerers of Mexico as therapy, even as a means of astral locomotion.

Juan Matus, benefactor of Carlos Castaneda, evokes this curious property of rivers and streams. By an adequate displacement of the assembly point, the initiate manages to make his energy body fly on the moving water. It acquires a prodigious speed and can thus move over very large distances in the space of a few moments. It is enough for the sorcerer to join his energy body by the astral way to find himself in him. The sorcerer is then free to act in this new place, while he remains where he was before, continuing to quietly go about his business.

This duplication, I experienced a decade ago, and Jean-Claude Flornoy knew it from an early age, and in both cases, water played a major role: sea water for me, and breast milk for my friend and benefactor. I told these episodes in the article Here and here.



From the pool to the stoup

At the end of this presentation, I wonder if the use of stone blesseds in our churches and cathedrals is not a survival of a rite of lightning blessing. The water of the holy water would have been previously vibrated by lightning, captured by a lightning rod on the top of the bell tower and led to the holy water by a circuit of conductive metal or stones with alternating polarities.

Thus, when the believer drew this holy water, he applied a small amount in three points of the energetic scheme, on the forehead to open the third eye, to the cardiac plexus to open the heart chakra, and a little below the navel to activate the belly chakra.

This custom is not mentioned in the New Testament, it has nothing to do with the religion of Jesus, whether real or fictionalized. The below is dated to the 2nd century BCE. It is therefore not Christian, at least not in the sense of Jesus’ Christianity. For there were many other Christianisms before this prophet whose historical existence is far from proven.


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