I am looking at a connection between obelisks and ancient giants.
Ancient history might be wrong:
- What were obelisks really for?

Some say said that the Great Pyramid of Giza once had golden capstone on the top, but what if it was a giant obelisk that could harness electricity?

Mainstream archaeologists say that the Great Pyramid was made by and for the pharaoh Cheops (Khufu). But
no mummy of this king was found in the pyramid; only small marks that
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The Great Pyramid
The Great Pyramid
The top of the Great Pyramid - for an obelisk?
Top - for an obelisk?
Remaining obelisk Luxor
Remaining obelisk Luxor
Lightning strikes
Lightning strikes
Bagdad battery
Bagdad battery
Dendera light
Dendra light
Box in the Kings chamber
Box in the King's chamber
resembles the symbol of his name. Cheops shall have reigned from 2589 to 2566 BC, but the question is if he claimed a pyramid that already stood there.
    When the Great Pyramid was first thoroughly examined it was found watermarks halfway up the sides and remains of salt inside to the same height. There had never been seawater at Giza in historical times. So might be the Great Pyramid is much older - older than the famous Sphinx? Well, the Sphinx is now dated to be at least 5.000 years old, and some archaeologists say that it is 800.000 years old!
So what is an obelisk? According to Wikipedia: "An obelisk is a tall, four-sided, narrow tapering monument which ends in a pyramid-like shape or pyramidion at the top. Originally they were called tekhenu by their builders, the Ancient Egyptians. The obelisk hieroglyph in the Egyptian language is t(kh)n, and is the identical word with the same spelling (different determinatives), for 'to beat a drum', musician, etc. There are other meanings for 'tekhen', as well."
    So - an ancient obelisk might have been a long kind of rod that was associated with a drumming sound.
    Lightning is a sharp light from the sky followed by thunder. Thunder can sound like drumming - very loud drumming if it is close. Might be the Egyptian obelisks were a kind of lightning rods?
    A lightning rod is meant to lead the dangerous electricity from the lightning to the ground/earth. A lightning flash is about 300 million volts and 30.000 amps. A lot of electric energy! Enough energy to light a 100-watt light bulb for about three months!
Some researchers believe that electricity was used in old Mesopotamia and Egypt and that the so-called Baghdad Battery is proof of that. Baghdad is the capital of what today is Iraq, - and what some say was a ancient battery consists of a ceramic pot, a tube of copper and a rod of iron. Several of these batteries shall have been connected to produce strong enough voltage requires for electroplating but no poof for this has been found.
    Some researchers also ask if the so-called Dendera-lights in the Hathor temple in Egypt depict electric light bulbs. Mainstream archalogists refute this and say that the illustrations depicts the deity Horus emerging from a lotus flower. Sometimes a djed pillar supports the flower. It might be noted that the priest (or god) holding the flower is much taller than the other persons in the pictures.
    If they did not have electrisity how come there are no ancient soot marks in corridors and chambers?
Power plant
Several researchers believe that the Great Pyramid was a power plant.     
     Christopher Dunn says that the pyramid was a large acoustical device made by an ancient civilisation that could create a harmonic resonance with the Earth and convert the Earth's vibrational energies to electricity.
    Russian scientists made a model of the pyramid to check if it had hidden power and concluded that the Great Pyramid could collect and concentrate electromagnetic energy in it
Some might call me a conspiracy theorist
but I am only asking questions about our history and pre-history.
chambers and it's base. Also other researchers have made models of the Great Pyramid and claim that meat placed inside will not get rotten and that razor blades will sharpen.
    The British inventor Werner von Siemens climbed on top of the Great Pyramid and wrapped a wet newspaper around a bottle. Sparks came out of it and when he pointed it at the guide the poor man got an electric shock and fell to the ground.
     It has been speculated that the subterranean chamber under the pyramid also makes it at hydraulic pulse generator and a water pump.
Wrong size
Some say that the stone box inside the pyramid is
I have been told that my research might be dangerous but we might need the answers!
of wrong size to have been a sarcophagus, and that it might have been used for something else - like storing an electrolyte that could carry an electric charge.
    Others points to that the pyramid once was covered with white tufa limestone that has a high insulation properties that would prevent electricity inside the pyramid to get released. And that the passages and chambers are made of granite which is a good electrical conductor.
So who had the knowledge and technology to make the Great Pyramid to a power plant? Well, according to legends it was not the ordinary Egyptians but gods that had come from showplace else. Tall, white skinned and human looking gods.
Imhoptep and Ptah
Denisova cave and findings
Denisova cave and findings
God Amun Ra
The god Amun
Gods and kings
Gods and kings
Nikola Tesla making sparks
Nikola Tesla making sparks
The unfinished obelisk
The unfinished obelisk
The vizier Imhotep shall have been the architect of the first pyramid of Giza: The pyramid of pharaoh Djozer. Djoser shall have reighed 2686 to 2648 BC.
    Imhotep later was considered to have been a god, he was known as "Son of Ptah". Ptah was said to have been a creator god and a patron of craftsmen and architects.
    As all the other, and many, gods of ancient Egypt the god Ptah lived among the people. Might be he was a surviving Denisovan or a mix between Denisovans and ordinary humans?
Denisova cave
A finger bone was found in the Denisova cave of Altai Mountains of Siberia in 2008. DNA-testing two years later showed that it had belonged to an unknown race of hominins. It was named Denisova hominins. A tooth that was found in the cave was so large that they at fist thought it had belonged to a cave bear - so might bee these hominins had been very tall?     
     Of other findings were a bracelet that had a drilled hole, a needle with hole for a tread and plenty of beads. Beads made of ostrich eggshells - and ostriches lives thousands of miles away. Well, they have now found Denisova-DNA all the way to the Pacific Islands - even Australia!

The female pharaoh Hatshepsut who reigned from 1503 to 1482 BC erected four obelisks at Karnak. Only one is standing today, it is 21.7 meters (71 feet) tall. The tallest standing ancient Egyptian obelisk is the Lateran obelisk in Roma, Italy. It is 32.2 meters (105.6 feet) tall.
    The largest known ancient obelisk is the unfinished obelisk in the ancient stone quarries of Aswan in Egypt. It would have measured 42 meters (138 feet) and weighed nearly 1,090 tons (about 200 elephants)!
    The tips of the ancient obelisks of Egypt are said to have been covered with gold or/and electrum - electrum is a natural alloy of gold and silver - to catch the first rays of the sun in the morning.
    Hatshepsut was the daughter of the pharaoh Thuthmose 1 and queen Ahmose, but the legend says that Ahmose was impregnated by the god Amun. Well, the gods of Egypt were not living in a theological heaven - they lived on Earth among the people. They helped them to develop their societies - even married them and had children with them. There were more than two thousand deities in ancient Egypt!
Just taller
Many statues and depictions of pharaohs and gods of ancient Egypt show the gods looking like humans - just taller than the kings. All very young and with more Scandinavian than Egyptian looking faces. So might be they were, as earlier mentioned, another kind of human beings? Were they called gods because they had a much more advanced technology?
Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla, the Serbian-American inventor of the modern alternating current electricity, was convinced that builder of the pyramids of Egypt had discovered how to harness electricity from energy from heaven or earth. He managed to create strong electric sparks in his laboratory and built a tower that was to be used for wireless transmission. During the Second World War he sought patents for powerful particle-bean weapon, but when Tesla was found dead in a hotel-room in January 1943 representatives of the US-government sized his documents. Nobody knows where they are today.
Other places
There are found ancient obelisks other places of the world, like the two and a half meter tall Tello obelisk in Peru, but none of the can compare with the Egyptian in size. The largest/tallest ever is the mentioned unfinished obelisk with its 42 meters. The theory is that they left incomplete because it got a crack in the middle. Very much possible, but why did it get a crack? Did they not have the tools, like the mysterious Shamir that king Solomon found and used to make the first temple of Israel? And why did they try to make such an enormous obelisk? It must have been very important. Might be they had lost the knowledge on how to make electricity - and needed the electric power to keep their civilization going? And the pyramids - did they try to copy the Great Pyramid, that might have been thousands of years older that the others? Did they try but could not succeed? Might be because the gods were gone?
    All over the world the legends are that gods with their impressive technology had turned up from across the sea, helped the people to develop their societies and disappear across the ocean again.
    Are we talking about what is called forbidden archaeology

Terje Dahl



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