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Fallacy Evolutionists Try To Apply To History

Egyptian Pharaoh Discovered Wireless Electricity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_egrk5SM224

The Pyramids of Egypt were Giant Electric Power Plants

"The idea that civilizations progress from a primitive state to a  more advanced one is a fallacy that evolutionists try to apply to history. If one abandons evolutionist nonsense and prejudice, and looks at the historical references and findings with an unbiased mind, what one encounters is civilizations that used highly advanced technologies. Remains left from ancient Egypt, the Mayans and the Sumerians indicate that branches of science such as electricity, electrochemistry, electromagnetics, metallurgy, hydrogeology, medicine, chemistry and physics were used to a considerable extent.

Electricity was efficiently generated and widely utilized in ancient Egypt. The Baghdad battery and the first arc lights were used at that time. But was electrical generation limited to these in ancient Egypt? A careful examination of Egyptian history immediately reveals the sophistication in perfect illumination. No soot has been found in the corridors of the pyramids or the tombs of the kings because these areas were lit using electricity. Relief carvings show that the Egyptians used hand-held torches powered by cable-free power sources. The arc lamp used in the Lighthouse of Alexandria is further proof that electricity was used in ancient Egypt. The energy required to power the Lighthouse of Alexandria for 24 hours a day could only have been supplied by a regular electrical source."
read more: http://aleximreh.wordpress.com/2014/01/20/the-pyramids-of-egypt-were-giant-electric-power-plants/

 

If it wasn't for the greed of governments and corporations, we could all have free safe electricity. Instead, we have radioactive water that we pay for.

The Forgotten Technology

Wally Wallington moves huge blocks alone to build stonehedge replica.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsoYkGb7p28

 

 

 

 

 

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