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e2 Principles – 7

Many believe we are at the zenith of human civilisation. We are not. We live in a world of metered electricity. The most abundant element in the known universe and we pay for it. Likewise other forms of naturally occurring energy. Yet we pay startlingly little attention to the energetic aspects of our own bodies. In fact it is a subject that is scarcely discussed at all in within the general cultural arena.

The Great Pyramid of Giza still, as do many others on that plateau, as one of its many functions, emits rays of energy at frequencies that at its conception were intentionally tuned so as to impact the atmosphere far above and around the monument in a manner that optimised it for the people who lived and worked in the area. It was also a part of a wider global network of multi-functional earth monuments cum power stations positioned at highly precise locations around the planet for the purpose of synchronistically transmitting power between themselves, maximising their output capacity by utilising an ancient form of balanced load methodology to both counteract and harness the fluctuations of the global magnetic energy field, to service the scientific, industrial and economic requirements of the world’s populations during those times.

Once one has grasped the enormity of the above, what stands out is the interconnectedness of this global power system and by implication the scientific elites that were responsible for its development and maintenance from its inception in deep antiquity through to its catastrophic break up caused by the deluge at the end of the last ice age 11,500 years ago.

Stewardship of a global scientific agenda of the magnitude described would have required a thorough grasp of the sciences upon which it relied, and many others besides. Prominent among the pantheon of personages known to have been endowed with this knowledge was an individual who across many cultures is known by many different names, but who in the realm wherein he dwelt the longest and which bears the most famous of his works, the land we today call Egypt, the ancient Khemet, the pyramid priests, being the

descendants of his select band of followers deified him as Tehuti or Thoth, the master of masters.

His hallmark, most evident in both the role for which he is venerated that of a teacher, and his overall modus operandi; overseeing the dissemination and deployment of scientific know how around the globe – which is the reason we see the same principles applied in the building of the great earth grid monuments – was that of a spreader of wisdom. One legacy of his to which we owe him gratitude is the discovery of and process for the manufacture of Mercury, the highly nebulous and powerful element that sits halfway between liquid and metal, and is a major element in the planet named after him. Substantial amounts of the substance have been found in the ceremonial chambers beneath the pyramids at Chichen Itza.

Underpinning the rigid adherence to the diffusion of knowledge was the understanding that for all the wisdom amassed its ‘power’ for the purposes intended, was at its most potent where widely distributed. Its impact, while subject to the vagaries of men and nature was to substantially heighten the consciousness, intellectual, cultural and scientific development of the races of men among whom its practitioners settled.

Amid the doom, gloom, upheaval and general fallout from the financial meltdown of the last decade, and powered by the enabling capacity of the internet, has seen the gradual emergence of a culture whereby the unfettered sharing of what would formerly have been the sacrosanct within a given sphere of specialism has not only become the norm but is now viewed as a form of currency or tool via which to build credibility, a following and ultimately a highly regarded position within the minds of a target audience, for either or both social and commercial reasons.

While the internet has been the medium at the centre of this cultural shift, the paradox is that the proliferation of knowledge based content it has facilitated, has left people unable to decipher what is worthy of attention or patronage and thus tending to rely on recommendations made by trusted sources, either first hand acquaintances or third parties who have been verified through some social or vocational measure.

It is in this recently emerged niche where previously unknown individuals now hold significant sway and generate substantial incomes performing the vital role of selector, analyst, arbiter and disseminator of knowledge based information.

This activity extends to operators of major industrial concerns. A noted example being Tesla Motors from Silicon Valley who routinely share the blueprints of the patents for their market leading innovations for electric and solar powered cars and homes. So while competitors may save resources and their lead time to market, Tesla is able to compete at a level way above what its marketing budget could facilitate by claiming an unassailable place in the hearts and minds of the market place, as both brilliant originators and altruistic, socially conscious liberators of their highly prized knowledge to the masses.