Question: How did the ancient Egyptians sense things that we cannot sense today?
Answer: They were of a mixture of people, some were from previous civilization and these people had unique abilities.
What technology did they use?
The sounds that you cannot conceive at the moment.
In what way?
Some of them could still hear deep sounds and communicate using them. Once that generation passed, others developed machinery to use sounds.
What were these machines made of? Plastic? Metal?
Particles of sand. They used natural environment to co-create sound that would transfer from place to place. This was their technology.
How did they transfer sound using particles of sand?
The same way they used it for building. They would use sound as a lifting tool to create architectural structures.
Did they move big stones using sound? How can sound move heavy stones?
Have you ever seen how sound can make sand jump, for example, when you place sand on your speakers and turn them on – the music will kick the sand, which will jump… In the same way the sound of the universe can even create explosions of lava. It is very powerful.
I thought that heat creates explosions of lava.
Heat is created from air combustion. The air in itself is a sound.
Air is sound?
Yes. If you say the sound “Ohh” you are using air to do so… and you also produce energy doing so.
Why did they build the pyramids in their famous geometrical shape – base and triangles? Why not as square houses?
Because of the intensity of the energy that the shape produces, as well as its specific direction. The direction of the pyramids helped them to communicate with those who left behind.
Those from the previous civilization who did not come to Egypt. They stayed in the previous civilization. Some of you call it ‘Atlantis’. Those who stayed in Atlantis would communicate with those who came to Egypt, using sounds transmitted from the pyramids. Today you are using satellites, wi-fi and internet technologies to communicate…
How did they translate the sounds into meanings?
The same way you work with your language now. If you learn a language, you understand the sounds, and you perceive meanings. Somebody else who’s not used to your language – English, for example – will not understand anything you say, apart from hearing generic sounds. In the same way, the Egyptians could make sense of the sounds they spoke.
Is it true that they used salves in ancient Egypt, around that time?
Not then; and not in the terms that you conceive in your imagining today.
How long the ancient Egyptian dynasty lasted?
Just a few thousand years.
Just? It’s not ‘just’, it’s a lot…
At the time it wasn’t a lot. It was the dying-out of a previous civilization trying to adjust with the loss of the environment.
How did they ‘lose’ the environment?
Partially due to their own misuse of the environment. They destroyed it, and had to move to Egypt. In Egypt they had to adjust. They used the pyramids to communicate with each other.
If they were so advanced in Atlantis with their technology (more than us today) how come they misused the environment?
The words “so advanced” are comparative?
Well, it’s not correct. They were more advanced than you in some ways, and not advanced in others ways.
16 Nov 2014.
© Gil and Natalie Dekel.
Gil Dekel (PhD) and Natalie Dekel (MPhil) are Reiki Teachers/Masters and visionary artists.