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Book details
  • Genre:SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:Energy
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9781543958423

Electric Ancient Egyptians

Manipulating Atomic Structure With Human Electricity

by James Ernest Brown View author's profile page

Overview
Electric Ancient Egyptians has won three gold medals. The book is a radical reinterpretation of ancient Egyptian art and symbolism. James Ernest Brown believes the ancient Egyptians used natural forms of energy such as static electricity, telluric currents, and lightning to accomplish amazing feats without residual harmful effects to the environment. He also believes the ancient Egyptians understood atomic structure and were able to manipulate atomic structure with human electricity.
Description
Electric Ancient Egyptians: Manipulating Atomic Structure with Human Electricity boldly claims that the ancient Egyptians had an amazing understanding of natural forms of energy. They harnessed the energy of lightning, static electricity, magnetic force fields, and telluric currents to perform remarkable feats. What have been misinterpreted as ceremonies, or rituals on tomb and temple walls, were actually visual instructions for stimulating electrical and energetic pathways throughout the body and brain of the living pharaoh. Carved reliefs, paintings, and artifacts reveal that the ancient Egyptians could generate electricity and electrify specific parts of the human body. The abundance of gold didn't represent wealth, but was used instead to facilitate utilization of natural forms of energy. Gold would have been the metal of choice since it is the best surface electrical conductor.
About the author
JAMES ERNEST BROWN has been a general contractor for more than fifty years, building everything from large commercial complexes to single-family homes. He has taken a practical approach to construction, as a result, his family-owned construction company has pioneered energy efficient construction. Colorado Dream Homes has won five national awards for energy efficiency in a cold weather climate. He interest in ancient was sparked as he was challenged by a lack of logical understanding about our past that led to a quest to understand how the ancients accomplished super human feats of engineering. Brown has traveled to many parts of the world conducting his research, including Coral Castle, Central and North American Indian sites, and from one end of Egypt to the other.
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