More Ark of the Covenant

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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A priest could moverepparttar wings with sticks of wood as insulation, {Thales invented (?) a small steam engine.} or perhaps some fancier arrangement of movingrepparttar 141090 cherub's wings was contrived. Maybe there was a simple lever system insulated appropriately with wood, leather and bitumen--pullrepparttar 141091 cherub's tail (or head) andrepparttar 141092 wings would approach each other to make an arc, for example. Simple 'wooden' linkages.

Making such an electric arc in a dark place like a tent or a central Temple crypt without windows (i.e.,repparttar 141093 'Holy of Holies') would have been hard onrepparttar 141094 priest's eyes {and impressive torepparttar 141095 great unwashed}. Ifrepparttar 141096 'stones' inrepparttar 141097 Urim and Thummim were sheets of mica, common inrepparttar 141098 Middle East, then The Bible's 'silver bows' in which they were mounted would have resulted in granny-style welder's glasses. These would have savedrepparttar 141099 High Priest's eyesight when communicating withrepparttar 141100 'Lord'.

This sort of 'arc-spark' transmitter would have sent bursts of what we call static out intorepparttar 141101 atmosphere. {And for uninitiated artists or journalistic historians they might describe it as forces such as waft and whirl inrepparttar 141102 Spielberg movie.}

What aboutrepparttar 141103 'receiver'? Let's considerrepparttar 141104 other cherub atrepparttar 141105 other end ofrepparttar 141106 arc. It would need to be completely separated fromrepparttar 141107 structure ofrepparttar 141108 Ark by a layer of bitumen. Its wings were supposedly golden, too, and if they were balanced and supported well, an 'electroscope' results. When this cherub was engulfed in a burst of electromagnetic radiation, its wings would repel each other and flap apart. This would naturally happen wheneverrepparttar 141109 cherub atrepparttar 141110 other end ofrepparttar 141111 Ark was manipulated to produce a spark-arc. Ifrepparttar 141112 receiving cherub's wings were delicately counterbalanced, they would close again asrepparttar 141113 charge onrepparttar 141114 open wings dissipated.

There would be a charming and satisfying symmetry torepparttar 141115 antics of these cherubim wings--a spark made by movingrepparttar 141116 transmitting cherub's wings closer together would causerepparttar 141117 receiving cherub's wings to open.

{Do you think anyone sought to identify one as male andrepparttar 141118 other female and justify why men are entitled to 'spark' females who must 'open' to them'?}

Butrepparttar 141119 receiving cherub's wings would sometimes open whenrepparttar 141120 spark-cherub was not being operated. This electroscope would also respond to natural bursts of electromagnetic energy--lightning. A nearby storm would cause very definite wing movements indeed {If you can refer torepparttar 141121 entry under divining-rod you will see they may have been able to track such natural energy asrepparttar 141122 Nazca lines which are over tectonic rifts deep inrepparttar 141123 earth.}, while a lightning strike hundreds of miles away might cause barely a twitch ofrepparttar 141124 wings.

But if a one time there were a number of Arks, all maderepparttar 141125 same way,repparttar 141126 receiving cherub would also respond to electromagnetic energy purpose full caused by a High Priest operating some distant Ark. Ifrepparttar 141127 transmitting Ark was many miles distant,repparttar 141128 repelling movement ofrepparttar 141129 receiving cherub's wings might be very small--too minute to be detected, {There could be specified times to transmit and re-transmit back to a central area where a person was involved inrepparttar 141130 king's chamber that accentuated their psychic sensitivity.} with certainty, by a priestly observer. But this problem could be easily solved. With a small light source, like a candle or an oil lamp {Orrepparttar 141131 pendulums covered inrepparttar 141132 Divining-rod entry withrepparttar 141133 psychic.}, 'religiously' positioned at specific places nearrepparttar 141134 receiving cherub, even tiny wing movements could be greatly amplified by jewels onrepparttar 141135 wings. The jewels would reflectrepparttar 141136 light onto some surface--a wall of a Temple sanctum orrepparttar 141137 dark cloth of a bedouin canopy--so that, in a dark chamber,repparttar 141138 reception could be clearly perceived.

The technology described above was well withinrepparttar 141139 resources and capabilities ofrepparttar 141140 Ancient Egyptian and Israelite artisans. The idea for it isrepparttar 141141 problem {He wrote this beforerepparttar 141142 Mungo Man discovery.}.

More than one modern radio engineer has noted thatrepparttar 141143 Ark ofrepparttar 141144 Covenant was a primitive sort of 'spark transmitter' that could send, and receive, strong electromagnetic impulses--in fact,repparttar 141145 Ark seems quite similar torepparttar 141146 transmitter with which Heinrich Rudolf Hertz (1857-94) was able to demonstraterepparttar 141147 existence of 'Hertzian' (radio) waves in 1888. With his slightly more evolved spark transmitter, Guglielmo Marchese Marconi (1874-1937) first sent long-distance electromagnetic waves in 1895 {He did not inventrepparttar 141148 radio and 25 years after Tesla diedrepparttar 141149 U. S. Patent Office awardedrepparttar 141150 patent to Tesla, or at least acknowledged he discovered it. For those who knowrepparttar 141151 origin of Tesla's knowledge and 'vision' you will understand my suggestions about sensitive people orrepparttar 141152 akashic are mild in comparison.}, and then sent them acrossrepparttar 141153 Atlantic in 1901.

The Ark ofrepparttar 141154 Covenant could have been used, and at one time must have been used, to send and receive messages over long distances. Ifrepparttar 141155 spark-arc could be generated in a sequence by manipulatingrepparttar 141156 wings effectively {It should also be clearrepparttar 141157 codes and symbols used to send info would be important alphabet or language ingredients.}, thenrepparttar 141158 bursts of static would radiate intorepparttar 141159 atmosphere inrepparttar 141160 same purposeful sequence. Inrepparttar 141161 Marconi 'wireless' system, Morse code was mostly used. Inrepparttar 141162 Morse system, for example, three short bursts 'dot-dot-dot', {Perhaps I should add this to my support for Ogham as an original language because Ogham adapts to this as well as sign language quite well.) representrepparttar 141163 letter 'S', three longer arcs 'dash-dash-dash' representrepparttar 141164 letter 'O'. Therefore S-O-S could be sparked intorepparttar 141165 air. This isrepparttar 141166 international code for 'Help!'

But every letter and every number can be represented by some combination of dots and dashes {The Mayan numerical system is a combination of these.}. That's Morse code. If you have enough electricity to generate a lot of sparks, and if you have a lot of patience, {If they had chemicals inrepparttar 141167 cavity ofrepparttar 141168 Ark such as phosphorus would this add torepparttar 141169 spooky effects as well asrepparttar 141170 usefulness?} messages of any desired length and complexity can be sent. And much patience would have been required because, with a transmitter-receiver as primitive asrepparttar 141171 Ark, purposeful messages would frequently have been confused or completely drowned out by static from distant electrical storms. {Clearlyrepparttar 141172 technology would be less useful if others were onrepparttar 141173 air atrepparttar 141174 same time, andrepparttar 141175 need for secrecy would be immense.} Our own early 'wireless' hadrepparttar 141176 same problem, frustration, and inefficiency."

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The Beothuk

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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attempt was made to deal with their culture and keep these people alive. Their lands coveredrepparttar territory from Ungava Bay to Newfoundland at one time and there are lots of Norse settlements in this area so academics no doubt would say 'So What' if there is genetic material in these or other bones that ties in to Europe. They might even re-iterate their claim that there is no proof of cultural impact andrepparttar 140864 integration ofrepparttar 140865 few Europeans who settled here is proof of their contention. My attitude is thatrepparttar 140866 Algonkian and other Indians who encouraged sex before marriage and enjoyedrepparttar 140867 intermingling of species, races and culture were heavily and spiritually impacted by 'messengers' who were white and often Druidic. There is far more proof than justrepparttar 140868 Scandinavian sweat house design or pottery. The most important proof isrepparttar 140869 very attitudes of brotherhood and community that allow people to use and sharerepparttar 140870 wealth ofrepparttar 140871 land and aren't so much into being rich. There are still 'primitive' savages (?) in Brazil likerepparttar 140872 Yanomami who are being dispossessed and eliminated inrepparttar 140873 name of 'progressí; which is an extension ofrepparttar 140874 concept of 'Manifest Destiny', and an ethic that is more of a real theft of property than any Beothuk ever did to his fellow man.

Pierre Berton is a highly respected Canadian author and historian who tellsrepparttar 140875 story with appropriate documentation ofrepparttar 140876 extinction of these once fun-loving and free people. It is a black mark on our collective consciousness and heritage made allrepparttar 140877 worse by a lack of awareness and transparency about what really happened. The effort to keeprepparttar 140878 knowledge ofrepparttar 140879 'travelers' and messengers or other agents of worldwide ecumenicism continues unabated and with something close to evil intent. It is entirely possible that courts would deciderepparttar 140880 white men were invaders and destroyers of a culture and people who had every legal and moral right to expectrepparttar 140881 newcomers to act likerepparttar 140882 white men that had come to live with them and traderepparttar 140883 previous ten thousand or more years. It is possible that we all might agreerepparttar 140884 Paradise that was North America had a better form of land use and education or health or extended family management akin torepparttar 140885 Kelts; and in line withrepparttar 140886 purpose God wants us to fulfill.

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