May 13, 2014

Did Electricity Exist In Ancient Egypt? The Evidence!

The temple complex of Dendera (Denderah) is one of the best preserved complexes in Egypt. It lies around 2.5km south-east of Dendera. The whole complex extends to around 40,000 square meters and is surrounded by a large mudbrick enclosure wall.

In a secret underground part of the Temple of Dendara in Egypt there are depictions of what some people claim are ancient crook tube light bulbs.

Many researchers in history have brought evidences forward that challenge or even destroy orthodox beliefs. Erich Von Daniken is one of those researchers bringing revelations such as the Ancient Egyptian Light bulb into the light challenging the orthodox belief that Thomas Edison invented the light bulb and Direct Current.

Is it possible that we were not the first culture to harness electricity?

 

On the basis of the picture below engineer W. Garn constructed a working device which indeed gave some light – in the book of Krassa/Habeck.



01. Priest - 02. ionised fumes - 03. electric discharge (snake) - 04. Lamp socket (Lotos) - 05. Cable (Lotos stem) - 06. Air god - 07. Isolator (Djed-Pillar) - 08. Light bringer Thot with knifes - 09. Symbol for “current” - 10. Inverse polarity (Haarpolarit√§t +) - 11. Energy storage (electrostatic Generator?)

The video below shows a constructed ancient crook tube light bulb and it works!

 

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