What would you do if you could make it rain? I’m not talking about at in a scuzzy night club. I’m talking about the power to manifest rain out of nowhere. No clouds needed. There is a catch however. You can only make it rain, if you are inside a building somewhere (So I guess it would also work at the Pink Pony as well). Sounds pretty crazy right? Well it is, and there was actually a young man living in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania in 1983 named Don Decker who discovered he could do just that. He could actually make it rain. His family witnessed it. The police department was called and was also a witness to this bizarre activity. What was going on? It is still a mystery to this day, but the boy involved believes it was his dead grandfather coming back from the grave to further torture him. He was a victim of his grandfather’s abuse when his grandfather was alive. Now his grandfather was dead, and it appeared that part of the torment was making rain fall in the house the boy was living in at the time. When it began to happen, Don would slip into a trance for the duration of the aquatic mystery. He couldn’t remember anything when it would start raining indoors. It is believed by some (including Don) that it was the spirit of Don’s grandfather continuing the abuse from the thin veil that seperates the spirit from the mortal world. Waterdrops were seen to just fall from thin air. Waterdrops actually manifested near the floor and fell upwards towards the ceiling of the living room this fantastic episode was taking place in. The police actually witnessed this. They could only think to take him to jail to relieve the scared family who were watching helpless from the sidelines. He made it rain in jail. Only after a priest was called in and an exorcism was performed was the boy returned to his normal life. Making it rain would be kind of cool, I guess. There is only one problem I can think of that might arise that Don Decker also encountered. What if I couldn’t make it stop raining?
“I don’t want to rule the world, I just want to see it.” – Treeism
The future is here. Who wants to wade through the process of finding an agent and dealing with leeches when it comes to getting yourself published? I used to. Only because I thought that was the only way to really get established. I was dead wrong. I have the technology to represent. In less than a month my first e-book through Kindle Direct Publishing will be available in over 148 countries. Wouldn’t be possible without the help of an intelligent friend. Thanks Ehi, you lit a fire. God Bless.
Without an agent. Without a publishing house. It is all me. Book cover design, photo inserts, the sky is the limit. Let the games begin.
Here is a sample from a chapter taken from my upcoming book. It deals with the complete lack of evidence to support the claim that the Egyptians built the Great Pyramids at Giza. I also begin to show what evidence exists to support my theory that the Pyramids at Giza (as well as the Sphynx) actually pre-date the Egyptian civilization by thousands of years. The evidence speaks for itself, dictating a history that blatantly contradicts what secular historians are telling us is fact. Archeologists and historians are saying that Egyptians building the Great Pyramids and the Sphynx is known fact? I beg to differ. Chew on it for a few moments and tell me what you think.
The Great Pyramids
The greatest engineering achievement in the history of the world still stands today, as a testament to their everlasting marvel, and to our absolute total astonishment. Ravaged by centuries upon centuries of time, they stand alone as silent sentinels amongst the desolate sands of Giza in modern day Egypt. The Great Pyramid is the lone survivor of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world still with us.
The mysteries that surround these enigmatic monuments have never correctly been answered, as long as they have been in existence – until now – .
How was the most incredible building ever erected in stone on our planet built? By what means was it built? When exactly was it built? Most importantly, why was such a creation even built in the first place?
We have a conundrum on our hands here when it comes to every question that exists today relating to the nature, purpose, and origins of these most mysterious superstructures on the face of the Earth, most especially the Great Pyramid. Unless, you look from a spiritual perspective, that is. Remember as we delve into these mysteries, that Richard Hoagland has already proven (using NASA imagery) that there are numerous artificial, tetrahedral geometries present in the Cydonia region of Mars, as well as possibly one ruined sphinx as well. This correlation between the red planet and our own must be taken into account as we begin to understand just what is going on not only here as we speak, but in our skies and to the mysterious reaches of space beyond.
Modern Egyptologists today erroneously ascribe the author of the Great Pyramid as being Khufu, who was Pharaoh in around 2,300 BC, as the supposed final resting place for him. In reality, the Great Pyramid, and its two massive counterpart’s right beside it, is at least as old as the sphinx (10,500 BC), considering the rain weathering patterns and the archeo-astronomy (winding back the constellations) that can easily back this claim. Most if not all scholars believe that anyone claiming to know the actual age of these monuments is without a doubt deluding himself. I hate to tell these ‘learned’ folks, but not only do I know how old they are, but how they were built, as well as most importantly: why.
Here is the problem with the current secular assumption of Khufu’s ownership of the Great Pyramids. If you can determine that Khufu was not the author, then the origin age of 2,300 BC for the pyramids at Giza goes right out the window and into the trash where it belongs. Follow closely now as the skewed view of secular historians and archeologists concerning these monuments is smashed into oblivion, leaving only the truth of the matter to remain.
There are three reasons why mainstream archeologists claim Khufu as the rightful owner of authorship to the Great Pyramids. The first is from writings of the First Century Roman-Jewish historian Flavius Josephus as well as the Greek historian Herodotus. Josephus was unfortunately known by his contemporaries for not letting the actual truth get in the way of a good story.
One of the first recorded accounts of the fountain of youth vigorously searched for by the Spanish Explorer Ponce de Leon comes from Josephus. I could be wrong, but I’m pretty sure there isn’t a spring of divine aquatic power that cancels the effects of aging simply by drinking or bathing in its waters that can be found here on the planet. In my opinion, I wouldn’t exactly call Josephus a credible source for reliable information. His peers during his time sure didn’t.
As far as Herodotus goes, he visited the Pyramid complex in around 400 BC. If you buy the Khufu nonsense, by the time he was there the Pyramids were already 20 centuries old with much of their original construction details already shrouded in mystery even then. We cannot take this account at face value for obvious reasons. Herodotus wasn’t there when they were constructed.
The second reason is the existence of the funerary complex found near the Great Pyramid with inscriptions naming Cheops (Khufu) as the reigning pharaoh at the time. The inscriptions didn’t say Cheops built the Great Pyramids, they merely say he was pharaoh at the time of the construction of the funerary complex. This proves nothing in the way of ownership relating to the Great Pyramids.
The third reason archeologists bestow the honor of constructing the Great Pyramids to Khufu, is due to some rather suspect ‘graffiti’ that can be found locked away inside the throat of the Great Pyramid. We will discuss why this graffiti was faked (and by whom) in the first place in just a moment. For now, understand this mind-bending fact.
Not a single (correct) hieroglyph, mummy, or Egyptian artifact has ever been found on, or inside the Great Pyramid to ascribe it to Khufu, or any other human being for that matter, Egyptian or not. In fact, I know for a fact that the Egyptians didn’t even build the Great Pyramids at all. I know that this is a very bold statement. Yet here is why it could very well turn out to be true. Check it out.
Look, just because my Chinese neighbor builds a teepee in my backyard before I’ve ever moved in to my house, that doesn’t make him (or me) a Sioux native. Stating that because there are other pyramids in the area most definitely built by ancient Egyptians, doesn’t mean that the Egyptians of antiquity built the Great Pyramids at Giza. This is not what we know as objective science. This is assumption. We have to look at what the known facts show us to be true, not what we think to be the case here.
There are most definitely pyramids on the surface of Mars, so does that mean that the Egyptians built them as well? Of course is doesn’t. The thought is as ridiculous as believing that copper tools were responsible for shaping the granite stones which comprise the hidden chambers found in the interior of the Great Pyramid. This is beyond impossible.
In my mind, the primary reason that the Great Pyramid specifically could not have been designed as a tomb is the fact that the ancient Egyptians did not create art in their burial tombs for art’s sake. They did it out of neccesity. The complete lack of any magical paintings or inscriptions, curses or warding spells inside the Great Pyramid singlehandedly proves that the Great Pyramid wasn’t designed to be a royal tomb. Again, the Egyptians of antiquity were an occulted people who needed magic spells to ensure their safe passage into the afterlife, and to protect the contents of their tombs (all of their royal possessions, as well as their mummified remains).
Magic spells which named the pharaoh resting inside, were the actual vehicle to which carried the dead king into the afterlife according to their religious beliefs. If there are no enchanted paintings specifically naming the imperial figure that can be found anywhere inside his tomb, you have no resurrected royalty. It really is that simple.
Also, you would have protection magic literally painted or carved everywhere inside royal tombs. Warding spells proclaiming just what would happen to anyone who would defile the tomb of royalty by robbing, or even entering the premises. You know, things like: a hippo would chomp on your intestines while you are still alive, or crocodiles would feast on your children, cobras will chow down on your tongue, falcons will pluck your eyes out of their sockets, pleasant things of that nature.
Call me crazy, but if I was a pharaoh, who was a living god in the eyes of ancient Egyptians, responsible for just having the largest and tallest structure on the planet (until the late 19th century) built in my name, to house my corpse for passage into the afterlife? You better believe you would be finding my cartouche (circled name of ownership) written all over it, so all eternity would know just how powerful I was. Yet upon the Great Pyramids at Giza you find nothing in the form of correct writing to tell us exactly who built them, inside or out. Nothing is to be found here on this dusty plateau but massive stone structures standing erect, still boasting without the utterance of a single word.
Sooo I’m being asked to believe that the entire Great Pyramid project was completed during the course of decades and somebody either forgot to slap a coat of paint on the inside before signing off on the ‘all done’ or the project was just abandoned entirely and the Pyramid was forever sealed in disgust. Khufu actually liked the view of the mountains a little better around 6 miles or so over from the Great Pyramid site. He’d like that spot instead. Sorry!
There were a few painted inscriptions (the graffiti I spoke of) that were found inside in a section of the pyramid the late 1800’s claiming to be that of many Pharaohs. These names are: Saufou or Shoufou (Supis), Khufu (Cheops), SENeshoufou, Raufu, and Khnem-Khufu (Chephren?). So which one is it? All have been discredited (by any serious researcher) as modern day forgeries. “Why would someone forge Khufu’s name inside the Great Pyramid?” I am sure you are asking me.
The painted (graffiti) cartouche of Khufu that was found once inside the Great Pyramid was nothing more than a last ditch attempt by an aging explorer to go out with the biggest bang of his busted career. An explorer named Colonel William Howard Vyse whose fruitless, dying career prompted a shady forgery to try to get some fame and recognition attached to his name, before he was ousted from the field of archeology forever as a complete and total failure. It didn’t work, for a couple of glaring reasons.
This ‘graffiti’ was in a place deep inside the belly of the Great Pyramid that was extremely hard to get to (in the upper third of the structure), so it definitely wasn’t real from the perspective of a warding spell or magical curse to would-be tomb robbers. Also, the forged name of Khufu wasn’t even in the correct style of hieroglyphs of the old kingdom attributed to Khufu (the glyphs also misspelled the name of Khufu!). Besides, where was the body of Khufu? It has never been found to this day. Not only that, but where was the non-valuable paraphernalia that robbers of the dusty past would have passed over in lieu of making off with ‘the good stuff’ (i.e. royal treasure) had it actually been a tomb?
Things like baskets of grain, Khufu’s underwear, his toilet, his makeup kit, his hunting gear, his chariots, his sandals, his throne or his couches? Sure, things like those are priceless to archeologists, but don’t amount to jack squat when it comes to anyone planning to rob a royal tomb. All of these things were found buried with the body of the boy king Tutankhamen when Howard Carter plundered his virgin royal tomb in 1922 in the name of archeology. Oh, and king Tut’s tomb was not only sealed with a written curse along with the cartouche of Tutankhamen stretched across the front doors of the tomb, but the inside was completely covered from floor to ceiling with elaborate paintings and hieroglyphics showing the daily life, as well as the coming resurrection of the boy king into the afterlife. By the way, whoever painted the inside of his royal tomb floor to ceiling, didn’t misspell the name of the boy king once.
King Tut wasn’t buried inside a pyramid in case you were wondering. His priceless golden sarcophagus containing his mummy was found in a secret buried underground location. With nothing to suggest that there was royalty buried inside either. The stepped entrance to the underground tomb was completely filled in with earth. This is why the royal tomb had never been plundered in the past. No one knew where it was. History had swallowed the answer to where he lay for centuries upon centuries. This point alone is why his priceless solid gold death mask was never discovered by treasure hungry tomb robbers.
Why was none of this non valuable paraphernalia or traces of any valuable kingly goods found inside or on the Great Pyramid? Why was none of this material found anywhere inside as concrete evidence to support the modern day archeologists and historians’ claims of the Great Pyramid being a tomb? What is the true answer to this appropriate question that has been shot the way of serious archeologists and Egyptologists (to which of course they have no valid answer)? It is simple. The Great Pyramid isn’t a tomb.
It is also important to note here that the only (true) evidence of Khufu ever found on or near the site on which the Great Pyramids stand, was a beautifully carved life-size diorite statue of the great pharaoh’s son Khafre unearthed at the temple of Isis by explorer Auguste Mariette. Diorite, as we will touch upon later in our quest for the truth, is a form of andesite and is the second hardest stone found on our planet with a Mohs scale of hardness of around 7. Copper ranks in at about a 3-4. I can tell you with all assuredness that soft copper tools and rock hammers weren’t used to carve this diorite statue either. The only stone harder on the planet, making it the only tool hard enough to carve diorite – is diamonds. Which are not found to form naturally in Egypt. In fact, from an archeological standpoint, not a single diamond has ever been found on an Egyptian artifact or in a final resting place for any ancient Egyptian in the history of Egyptology. The last time I checked, diamond-tipped tools weren’t invented in the modern era until around 1875 or so. So exactly how it is that we have a perfectly carved diorite statue in the likeness of Khafre from a couple thousand years ago is in itself another mystery.
When the first explorers opened an entrance into the so-called ‘tomb’ named the Great Pyramid in the late 19th century, they were definitely the first to enter in maybe as long as 1,000 years. There were large granite plugs weighing tens of tons each, that were blocking the ascending passageway starting from the outside leading into the heart of the Great Pyramid, that lead into the upper heart of the passageway system. There were absolutely no signs of anyone else making it into the ‘tomb’ before them (the plugs were still in place), and there was absolutely nothing in the way of artifacts of Egyptian origin to be found anywhere inside. No paintings, no true cartouche of the king, no carvings, no artifacts of any sort, nada. All that remains inside are highly polished, speechless granite and limestone walls. Nothing of a physical nature has ever been found inside to clue us in on the true purpose of this building. Nothing can be found inside today but the ghosts of 100 sand-scarred centuries of time, and they are not talking – for now- .
Packing for the Next Life
There is no question of the size of ego which every Egyptian pharaoh possessed. They were worshiped as gods by their own people. The pharaohs and the native Egyptians who worshiped them thought that their kings were god incarnate, a living Deity in the form of man. We find Egyptian inscriptions absolutely covering the walls of tombs of every New Kingdom (between 16th century and 11th century BC) pharaoh ever to be discovered by modern day archeologists. Which, incidentally, were all found buried underground in secret locations in ‘The Valley of the Kings’ a short distance away from the Giza plateau.
The pyramid form is actually beyond complex, especially when trying to incorporate above ground chambers and passages within them. This is why The Great Pyramid is the only one in Egypt that contains above ground chambers and passages. This in my mind only further cements the fact that Egyptians didn’t build the Great Pyramids. If they did, why aren’t there above ground chambers and passages to be found in all 100 or so pyramids that can be found in Egypt today? Why is the Great Pyramid the only one? Why is it the only one that doesn’t have painted inscriptions absolutely covering the inside passageways and inner chambers? The answer is quite simple really. The Great Pyramids were on the scene in Egypt long before the Egyptians were ever a civilized culture.
When the Egyptians did come about, not only were they amazed at these gigantic monuments quietly sitting halfway buried by centuries of sandstorms in their backyard, they figured the Great Pyramids must have been built by their ‘parent gods’, Isis and Osiris. So they borrowed the form. They couldn’t come close (and never did, as the rest of their pyramids clearly show) replicate the complexity of the Great Pyramid, but they could (and did) build smaller completely pitiful attempts at pyramids in comparison to the Great Pyramid specifically. That is why all other pyramids found in Egypt don’t even compare in size and splendor to these most ancient and awe inspiring monuments set in stone. Nor did their Egyptian builders have the engineering knowledge (or machines and advanced tools and technologies needed) to incorporate ultra-complex inner passages and chambers above ground inside any of them that still remain today. Nor did the Egyptians ever replicate the incredibly hyper advanced scientific knowledge (which we will discuss shortly) we have recently found locked within the masterfully encoded parameters of the Great Pyramid specifically. The Great Pyramid isn’t a tomb. It was never intended to be a tomb by its designer. It certainly exhibits many tomb-like characteristics, but that surely doesn’t make it a tomb. Cats and dogs have similar characteristics (fur, legs, tails, eyes, ears and a nose) but they are far from being the same animal.
Think about it this way for a moment. The resting places for pharaohs contained all of the king’s royal possessions. Treasure beyond your wildest dreams comprised of incredible jewel encrusted artifacts made of solid gold. Putting the pharaohs and their treasures to rest inside a pyramid is basically like putting a neon sign above the tomb, never to go dark, which screams to poor poverty stricken Egyptians everywhere for hundreds of miles forgotten by their arrogant pharaohs saying: “The greatest cache of treasure you have ever seen or could ever imagine is in here guys!!!! Under this pyramid! The one you can see for miles and miles away! Your great grandchildren will never have to work a day in their lives! All you have to do is bring a shovel! COME AND GET IT!” The notion is absurd to say the least.
No, the royal possessions were needed by the dead king according to their religion. The everyday items of the pharaoh’s life (his underwear, baskets of grain, makeup kit) were just as important to the Egyptians as the royal treasure. This is because he would be reincarnated into the next life, where he would be king again, and then again, and again. He needed all his royal gold and jewel encrusted paraphernalia just as much as the mundane possessions. He (or she) needed every bit of it according to the paganistic religious beliefs of the ancient Egyptians. If the king’s tomb was robbed of anything, he would be caught with his pants down in the afterlife, so to speak, and might be reincarnated as a caterpillar, or a beetle, instead of a god-king to rule again and again. According to and in line with their occulted beliefs, this would be a colossal travesty and must be avoided at all costs. The robbing of sealed royal tombs was a big problem in Egypt of old, as well as today even still. This is why all the pharaohs we have ever found were buried in secret underground locations, not in the biggest stone structure to ever be ‘found’ on the planet.
So if we can be sure it is not a tomb, and we can, considering all that we do know about the underground secret tombs of pharaohs of the past that archeology has plundered, what is it? Before we get to the answer to that question, which is of the utmost importance indeed in context to our story, let us now look at the ‘alien’ (in the sense that we could not replicate it even today) precision at which the Great Pyramid exhibits proudly, and some physical supernatural characteristics which set this building apart from any other the world has ever seen, before or since.
To be continued…
Life holds mysteries. Mysteries house secrets. Secrets carve paths to enlightenment.
Knowledge is the key to any victory whether it be a physical conflict or a match of wits. Knowledge of your surroundings, of your opponent’s strengths and weaknesses, and most importantly of all – of yourself. Life is nothing more than a quest for knowledge. Whether you seek it in your lifetime or not, it is still gained and stored unwillingly. There are those that believe that knowledge cannot be destroyed, it is in itself energy that cannot be extinguished. It travels centuries in the blink of eye to meet you wide-eyed and waiting.
We are soon to face something here on this planet that has never been experienced as a whole by our species. A attack on our psyche so powerful that some (if not most) will be unable to come to terms with because of one glaring obstacle.
Lack of knowledge.
This is my task. To share the knowledge of the ages that has manifested itself to me like a spectral apparition from the distant past . To share this information of a cosmic (and deadly) nature. Some if not most will laugh at what I have to say. However you cannot dismiss the facts which can easily be backed up by the historical record. In reality, these are not my ideas. They are almost as old as time itself. I am merely a compiler of these facts, and the teller of this story so fantastic you couldn’t possibly believe it to be true. Yet it is, and without the secret knowledge of this enemy soon to arrive into the visible light spectrum we can see with our eyes, the human race doesn’t stand a chance.