Ancient Egypt…The history of ancient Egypt is a permanent attraction for this epoch. It captivates with the charm of the mysteries and enigmas that are waiting to be decoded, but also through the other-worldly aspects specific to it.
Whether it’s the rudimentary practices of ancient medicine or the origin of make-up, ancient Egyptian history remains an inexhaustible source of surprising information.
Could it be that the hieroglyphs left behind by this mysterious culture detail of the history of visitors from another planet?
Few places have been so revered by the ancient Egyptians as the ancient Abydos. The center of Egyptian beliefs and a place of pilgrimage for thousands of years, Abydos was considered by the inhabitants of ancient Egypt as the place where the most precious relic of their religion, Osiris’ head, was.
The generally accepted theory is that Abydos was founded by the prehistoric pharaohs, the so-called pharaohs in the dynasty 0.
The Dendera bulbs are the term used and accepted by the entire scientific world to characterize the bas-reliefs that ancient Egyptians drew in the pyramids. Things seem pretty clear at first glance, and even though these bulbs existed in one form or another, more scientists have disputed their existence.
In Egypt, the secret of electricity was known to everyone, and the drawings show it best. The very large bulb was connected to a pillar called Djed.
The Dendera bulbs are all supported by the deities, which also signifies the origin of the eternal light. Moreover, it seems that the pylons feeding the bulbs took the electrical energy from the atmosphere without any chemical or thermal process to occur.
We can only think of whether the Egyptians used the free energy, or the solar energy. If these facts are real, then we must realize the technological power that the gods of Egyptian civilization possessed.