Thursday, September 27, 2012

Threshold to the Lost Realm

The precision cut and polished red granite facing stones of the pyramid at Abu Guhrob is a trademark of ‘Atlantean’ construction.

Beautifully round holes in the ‘basins’. What are they for? How were they drilled?

Videographer Ted St. Rain has an astounding grasp of the ancient mysteries. He’s been to a tour guide’s book full of sacred sites with a who’s who of alternative researchers. I’m not sure when the first domino began to fall in Ted’s mind. However, after only a short time at Abu Ghurob with me Ted proclaimed that he had the answer to the question of the purpose of this temple site.

“The Lost Realms by Zecharia Sitchin will help explain what we are seeing here,” he said.

In his Earth Chronicles series of books Sitchin claims that a race of extraterrestrials called Anunnaki came to earth over 450,000 years ago in search of gold. In addition to surface mining the Anunnaki used sophisticated water mining techniques to ‘filter’ or process the gold from the waters of earth.

Abu Ghurob, it seems, matches the description of their processing plants.

The Lost Realms is about the massive pyramids of South American and MesoAmerican cultures and their interactions with gods who set up pyramid/workshops there.

Sitchin cites the Mexican pyramids of Teotihuacán to support his theory. There are two pyramids—the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon—with the Avenue of the Dead running between them. Some scholars believe the Teotihuacán complex was begun 6,000 years ago and was known as the Place of the Gods.

The Pyramid of the Moon is an earthen mound. Some 2,000 feet to the south the path of the Avenue of the Dead reaches the Pyramid of the Sun. These pyramids are virtually identical to the Giza pyramids. Sitchin believes that there is no doubt that the designer of this complex had detailed understanding of the Giza pyramids. The most remarkable correspondence noted by Sitchin is the existence of a lower passageway running underneath the Pyramid of the Sun.

As Sitchin records, in 1971 a complex underground chamber system was discovered directly underneath the Pyramid of the Sun. A tunnel, seven feet high and extending for almost 200 feet, was also discovered. The floor of this tunnel was divided into segments and drainage pipes (possibly connecting to an underground water source?) were found. The tunnel led to a strange hollowed- out area shaped like a cloverleaf and supported by adobe columns and basalt slabs.

The enigma posed by this mysterious subterranean facility was amplified for Sitchin when he observed a path of six segments running along the Avenue of the Dead. These segments were formed by the erection of a series of double walls perpendicular to the course of the avenue. These six compartments are fitted with sluices at their floor level. Sitchin proposes that the whole complex served to channel water that flowed down the avenue. This complex, says Sitchin, was an enormous waterworks, employing water for a technological purpose.

This ceremonial center, notes Sitchin, has artificial water channels running through that diverted water from the nearby San Juan River. The water is channeled into the Ciudadela, a quadrangle that contains at its eastern side a third pyramid, called the Quetzalcoatl Pyramid.

As Ted continued his brainstorm at Abu Ghurob, he noted a key discovery at Teotihuacán. Underneath the Pyramid of the Sun archaeologists discovered mica, a dielectric mineral composed of delicate crystal that is a semiconductor. Its presence has perplexed ancient mystery writers Erich von Däniken and Graham Hancock.

The word “mica” is thought to be derived from the Latin word micare, meaning to shine, in reference to the brilliant appearance of this mineral (especially when in small scales). Mica has a high dielectric strength and excellent chemical stability, making it a favored material for manufacturing capicitors for radio frequency applications. It has also been used as an insulator in high voltage electrical equipment. Sheet mica is used as an insulating material and as a resonant diaphragm in certain acoustical devices.

The Anunnaki, Sitchin claims, utilized some form of spacecraft. In the Vedic literature of India, there are many descriptions of ancient flying machines that are generally called Vimanas and may be equated with the craft of the Anunnaki. Some call them ancient Atlantean craft. Interestingly, these craft utilized mica in a profound way.

The Vymanika Shastra (sometimes given other spellings) is a text of disputed age which deals heavily with the operational features of these flying vehicles. According to ‘Aakaasha-tantra’, by mixing black mica solution with neem and bhoonaaga decoctions and smearing the solution on the outer body of the vimana made of mica plates and exposing to solar rays, the plane will look like the sky and becomes ‘cloaked’.

Sitchin was perplexed by the presence of this mineral beneath the pyramid at Teotihuacán. Then he remembered the water flowing from the San Juan River and how it was artificially channeled to this site. What he proposed is that the river was channeled along the Avenue of the Gods and underneath the pyramid. Through a chemical reaction caused by the mica (or, I wonder, could it have been a harmonic process?) gold was pulled from the river water.

Drainage holes are spread throughout Teotihuacán. Sitchin theorizes these were used to sluice the gold into chambers where the Anunnaki could collect it.

“Just like you see here,” said Ted, pointing to one of the massive square alabaster basins or sluices at Abu Ghurob. Those basins, it turns out, were decanters.

“I was thinking about Sitchin’s theory,” said Ted, “because here’s the pyramid here. Now, keep in mind that 10,000 years ago this area was a lush jungle with water everywhere.”

Indeed, the Abu Ghurob site was beginning to look a lot like the Teotihuacán lay out. The only thing missing was the mica.

It didn’t take very long before we found huge sheets of mica in front of the pyramid. The pieces were falling into place.

As Ted explained, “the theory is that, like Teotihuacán, Abu Ghurob was a gold refining facility. What they would do,” Ted proposed, “is bring gold laden water in from the Nile. It would flow over the mica sheets (which may have covered this entire site). Through the piezoelectric effect produced by the mica electricity was produced. The water would be channeled into the basins and would be spun around inside and flow up and out through the round holes in the sides. The gold would filter down and remain in the basins to be scooped out at the end of the day.”

Is Abu Ghurob a ‘stargate/power plant of the Anunnaki’? Is it connected to Teotihuacán? No one can, as yet, say for sure. One thing is certain, this place of the gods is not only one of the greatest treasures of ancient Khemet, but of our whole world. It deserves further investigation.

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