Nova made a documentary about our sun called the "Magnetic Storm," with a small section explaining that when pottery is fired at 500 degrees, the heat magnetizes the microscopic particles of iron in the clay and locks it into the pottery creating a magnetic field. Scientists are using this information to accurately date ancient artifacts, and to track the changes in the Earth's magnetic field. I believe that the ancient Egyptians knew about this invisible magnetic field that was locked into the pottery and used these special vessels to store electrified or energized water.
Photo of ancient Egyptian pottery that required a separate wooden stand to keep it from falling over because it did not have a flat bottom like most other pottery made in the same time period. This special pottery was called amphorae. Why would you make a special shaped pottery vessel that could not stand up by itself unless it had a special purpose. All pottery, old and new, becomes magnetized when the pottery is fired. So what if this specially shaped container had a hidden magnetic force field as long as it did not touch the earth? If a form of electrified water was stored in these specially shaped vessels perhaps it could be stabilized if the vessel did not ground out by touching the earth, or if this same vessel sat in a wooden cradle. The magnetic force field that exists in pottery would not be disturbed, thereby stabilizing the Earthmilk or electrified, energized water for future use.
Photo of amphorae pottery. Popularity of this type of vessel was at a peak in Egypt, and ancient Europe around 1600 BC. It decreased to near nothing at about the beginning of Roman times.
Photo of pottery that required a wooden stand to remain upright.
The Baghdad Battery is an ancient device that could produce a weak electrical current. This unusual jar was discovered at Khujut Rabu, just outside Baghdad, and was first described by German archaeologist Wilhelm Konig in 1938. The jars are believed to be around 2,000 years old and are made with an earthenware shell with an asphalt stopper embedded with an iron rod. Inside the jar the rod is surrounded by a copper cylinder. In 1940, Konig published a paper on them as appearing to be crude batteries. When filled with an electrolyte like grape juice the devices evidently produce a small voltage. Could the Baghdad Battery have been filled with electrified water?
Diagram of the magnetic force field in ancient pottery.
Cross section of a tomb.
It has always been a mystery as to how these deep, angular passageways connecting to larger chambers were lit. There are no traces of torch-smoke or soot of any kind, so how could the artists of the time have painted such detailed drawings and decorations inside the tombs. I believe that Earthmilk might also have given off light as it would have dissipated back into the air, leaving no traces.