In 1978 I personally went to the patent office in Washington, D.C., where for one week I read and made copies of about 200 patents relating to lasers. After studying them I realized that they had a lot in common with the pyramids. They all had long tubular channels that connected with small compartments, and they had vessels that would hold very hot materials. Today there are over 22,000 patents relating to lasers, over 2,000 on chemical lasers. It appears to me that lasers are not complicated and that is why I can see the pyramids as a type of closed-cycle chemical laser.
Components of a Laser:
- Source of Power
- Optical Source
- A Mixing Vessel
- Separating Chamber
- Exhaust System
- Oscillating Chamber
- Downstream Mixing Chamber
- Gas Source
- Continuous Wave Output Beam
Copy of a U.S. patent for a portable chemical laser. Note the long corridors that open onto chambers that connect to other chambers and passages.
Copy of a U.S. patent for a closed-cycle chemical laser.
The process of electrification of water through the pyramids:
1. Pyramid Energy:
The natural energy that exists in the pyramid due to its alignment with the Earth's magnetic force field and the 51-degree angles of its four sides.
2. Optical Source:
The air vent to the exterior allows lenses to manipulate sunlight into the so-called "King's Chamber." Various crystals could be used to alter natural forms of energy, and adjust the heat, sound and light frequencies in the chamber.
3. Mixing Vessel:
The granite box found inside the pyramids would allow extreme chemical reactions and tremendous heat to take place. Remember the dark stains etched into the granite.
4. Separating Chamber:
The small antechamber with the opening in the ceiling to the Grand Gallery would allow gases to separate due to their weights.
5. Exhaust System:
North air vent allowed tremendous heat to pass through and could release built-up pressure in the chamber leaving dark burn stains.
6. Oscillating Chamber:
Because of the power source, pyramid energy and possibly harnessed lightning, the Grand Gallery could have been electrified, allowing sub-atomic particles to bounce back and forth and build up excitement as they traveled down the oscillation chamber and into contact with the hydrogen gas that has been created in the so-called "Queen's Chamber."
7. Downstream Mixing Chamber:
The so-called "Queen's Chamber," which has the same use of pyramid energy as the "Grand Gallery," could have been used for the simple process of electrolysis where a form of electricity removes hydrogen gas from water. The shape of the "Queen's Chamber" would allow the removed gas to build up and be forced up through the narrow passageway to reach the highly excited sub-atomic particles traveling down from the Grand Gallery, meeting at the connecting point which is at the top of the ascending passage.
8. Gas Source:
The so-called "Queen's Chamber" is the source of hydrogen gas.
9. Continuous Wave Output Beam:
At the connecting point between the Grand Gallery and the "Queen's Chamber," a beam of energy would shoot down the "ascending passage" and energize the granite plugs, passing electrical currents through water as it flows past and emerges as a different kind of energy, an energy created when electricity merges with water.
10. Water from the Nile River Flows Up the "Descending Passage":
Due to the enormous reservoir of water in the chambers below the pyramid, the water is pushed up, either by pressure or vacuum, possibly created by all the huge holes and chambers that surround all the pyramids. When the water reaches the point where it passes the granite plugs it becomes electrified or energized. Remember in slide #14 how encrusted the descending passage was. It stops being encrusted at the granite plugs and beyond that the pyramid remains as it was originally built. I believe that at this point the water no longer had the same properties as regular water, because it had been electrified.
11. Earthmilk, or Electrified Water As It Flows Out of the Pyramid:
Remember that the original opening had a door that opened from the inside, most likely through pressure from liquid flow. It would close immediately when the flow stopped. This liquid energy is not the kind we have today. The energy that was created through the pyramids was used for a different society than the one we know now . The energy could create heat to very high temperatures; it could give off light when needed; and was an elixir for man's electrical body. We tend to relate to what we know and use now. At the time of the Ancients, energy was created directly from the source -no middlemen, no waste, and non-polluting to the environment.
12. The Passageway to the "Queen's Chamber":
There is an opening cut out at the entrance to the so-called "Queen's Chamber." One square plug fills the opening perfectly. It is removable. The passage travels down almost to the bottom of the descending passage. It would work well as a way to flush out or clean the interior of the pyramid when necessary.
Reconstructed drawing of the pyramid complex at Giza showing Earthmilk flowing down the causeways and into chambers located in the Nile River.
It is my theory that when the pyramids were ready and a major celestial event took place the world's largest power plants went into operation. The granite vessels inside the chambers could have been loaded with the appropriate amount of raw elements, many elements were known and used by the ancient Egyptians, to create a chemical reaction, so that when the water was forced up the ascending passage using Bernoulli's Principle the energized granite plugs locked something into the water molecules as they passed by similar to static electricity. Then, the electrified or energized water flowed into a holding area, also called the Upper Temple, where it could be stored and accessed. Larger quantities could be released to flow down the causeways and into the lower holding area, and could be loaded into special containers like amphorae (pottery with a rounded or pointed bottom) and taken by boat anywhere up or down the Nile. The excess could have been allowed to flow into the Nile to strengthen and energize the Egyptian workers whom I read could "work all day" drinking only the water from the Nile.
Scientists have made a lot of assumptions about the pyramids on relatively little information. I have done that too, but I do believe that something very important took place inside the pyramids, something more than being tombs for the pharaohs. There is just too much physical evidence to support it. I do not think we have looked at our past correctly. We need to look at the physical evidence to understand how such monumental feats as the construction of the pyramids were accomplished. We have to use simple logic when we examine the information. We tend to relate things to the way we were educated and to our lifestyles, but I believe the ancients approached life differently-at times attributing to magic processes that worked with simple logic and simple means. I believe they were using different forms of energy and recycling everything. I believe that their artwork represents the shapes of different forms of energy. The ultimate truth is in the shape of something; it will never change. I believe the hieroglyphics and other ancient petroglyphs were ways of communicating and recording ancient formulas and knowledge. What you see is what it is.
My name is James E. Brown, I am 66 years old, I am married
and have raised 4 children, I have been in
general construction for over 45 years.
I have no other motive in sharing my research except in the hope that someone else will add to it and maybe rediscover an ever-renewable form of energy that is non-polluting, a substance I would call Earthmilk.
Look forward to my next body of work, called the “Electric Ancient Egyptians”, which goes into detail about how they used natural forms of electrical energy.