was a writer and lecturer in the "alternative history" genre of research.
where they begin to know now that
the biggest questions of the universe
- Space-Time can now be manipulated, bent, crumbled.
- Teleportation they say is becoming a reality
- Gravity resistant material is headed for air transports; certainly for spacecraft
- Everything they're talking about now seems to be about hyper dimensional environments, parallel universes, dimensions beyond the space-time that we live in, and are familiar with and understand.
With the old science now rediscovered, GOLD is fast becoming established as a logistically placed source material to the detriment of its traditional value as a currency reserve. As Laurence Gardner details, the advantages of the revived technology are astounding,especially in the fields of medicine and space travel, but the political and social implications of IMF-approved national bullion sales could be very threatening if not contained.
No reason is given in the Bible as to why the Ark of the Covenant was so richly contrived. It is portrayed as having awesome and deadly powers, but these are not explained.
- What was the Ark of the Covenant?
- Where is the Ark?
- What were its relationships to the Golden Fleece and the Philosopher's Stone?
- What is the Philosopher's Stone and how does it work?
By accessing Rosicrucian, Templar and Royal Society archives, Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark reveal the secret of Royal Arch Freemasonry. In quantum mechanics, NASA scientists have recently confirmed that matter can indeed be in two places at once. In fact,through quantum entanglement, particles millions of light-years apart can be connected without physical contact.
In Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark, Laurence Gardner reveals that the keys to all this are: A mfkzt referred to by the Institute of Advanced Studies as "exotic monatomic matter", and by the amazing technology of Superconductivity -acclaimed by the Center for Advanced Study as the most remarkable physical property in the universe. It is clear however that the attributes of superconductors and gravity defiance were known in a distant world of priestly levitation, godly communication and the phenomenal power of the Electrikus.
In October 2002 to February 2003, they tested monoatomic elements on ten volunteers, between the ages of 17 and 52. They were fed orally, monatomic powders, both regularly and irregularly to test their reactions, and the results were staggering. The director said, what we're seeing here is highly amazing, the tests are positive and the effect is immediate and cumulative, results confirm that subjects increased synchronized brain wave patterns, the theory behind better balancing between right and left sides of the brain, is greater intelligence, creativity and improved mind body coordination, more agility, and less stress.
And that's as it should be, if we were operating normally, instead we're functioning with this left brain as dominant. What if someone would take this regimen regularly? Well this is what they did in ancient times according to the ancient texts; they made them into bread cakes and fed them to the priests, they fed them to the pharaohs, it gave them longevity, extra creativity, it enhanced their intuition, their perceptions and their qualities of leadership came from the Mfkzt.
Lost Secrets of the Ark - Lectures by Laurence Gardner
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