by Richard Billingsley
I was flipping through the channels on TV the other day and noticed a Science channel program about “Pyramid Power.” Why would the Science channel have a program about a mystical ideology? It was already half over when I started watching it and quickly discovered it had nothing to do with the mystical ideology most of us are familiar with. Instead, it was a discussion about certain pyramids around the world being used as power generators that transmitted power through the air and could have been tapped into by anyone. Sound a little bit like Science Fiction? Well, actually it isn’t.
About 100 years ago Nikola Tesla created a device which does just that. It transmits power through the air that could be captured and used. You can do your own search on the Internet for the details. But the plans to expand the program were canceled by the industry and government leaders because there was no way to regulate and charge people for its use. It would have been free power to anyone who wanted to use it. Instead of pursuing developing the technology Tesla was ridiculed, laughed at and called crazy. Yet recent developments have proven otherwise. As a research and development firm has shown that lasers can be used to transfer power over long distances and set world records successfully demonstrating laser-powered helicopter flights.
This brings us back to Pyramid Power. In this TV program, it is believed that the older Pyramids were created for just that purpose. There have been many scientific stories about electrical activity around the pyramids, especially before they lost all of their outer covering and there are other stories about devices that appear to be electrical machines, but they can’t figure out how they are used. Not all pyramids are power generating stations. Most built in later years are just monuments for the kings. But the older ones, most notably the Great Pyramid among them and others scattered around the world, have something that is different.
Could it this be true? I have long believed we have lost more technology and knowledge than we realize. Our current Babylonian culture is built around controlling people, not empowering them. Instead of seeking ways to free people from oppression and building one’s own creative abilities, this Babylonian culture seeks to restrict and take away that freedom. Those with this Babylonian mindset, both in government and corporate environments seek to control every aspect of our lives. And do so in a way that we think they are our benefactors, when in fact they are acting like god, putting people under their control where they must pay or serve them in order to live a comfortable life. But that is not how God’s economy works. He makes all the necessities of life free. We can buy food and drink at no charge when He is in charge, and the power to run our homes will be free as well.
1 Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price. 2 Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labour for that which satisfieth not? hearken diligently unto me, and eat ye that which is good,
and let your soul delight itself in fatness.
I remember reading a story about a certain man who was given a vision of the future millennial kingdom of Jesus. In it, he mentioned that vehicles and aircraft were all powered by electricity that was transmitted in the air.
Something to think about.