What modern European “experts” are learning with “advanced” technology was seemingly common knowledge to ancient Asian, African, and American astronomers.
The Pyramids of Xi’an in China, the Great Pyramids of Giza in Kemet/Egypt, and the Teotihuacan Pyramids of ancient #Anahuac, now known as Mexico, all have an amazing alignment with Orion’s Belt in the well-known Orion Nebula; showcasing amazing ancient displays of astronomy. In the ancient #Mayan culture, Orion’s Belt is represented by the “Three Hearth Stones of Creation” myth.
#Teotihuacan also greatly resembles a modern computer circuit board. The Teotihuacan Pyramids also were more than likely used for electricity. From over 3,000 miles away, in Brazil, #Mica was used on the pyramids; a highly conductive material. Nearly every structure in the area was made of Mica in some amount as well. Also used in Kemet and China, possibly having something to do with the Pyramids of Xi’an as well. Mysterious metallic spheres were also found underneath the “Temple of the Feathered Serpent” at Teotihuacan, as well as in South Africa.
In ancient #Kemet, the Great Pyramids of Giza were used electric powerplants. The tightly built, white Tufa Limestone covering on the outer layer of the pyramids was both a conductor and an insulator of electricty (Along with the Golden Capstone at the top). Modern cliches, mostly from movies, show the halls lit with wall-hung torches, as well as hand-held torches; however, this was not proven to be true, but what was proven to be true was the use of hand-held #ArcLight’s. Also, the stone blocks used inside the pyramids were made of another form of Limestone containing Crystal, which is an extremely high electrical conductor and a small amount of metal, which allowed for maximum power transmission. The shafts inside the pyramids were lined with Granite, another electrical conductor.
Hydroelectricity was also used within the #Giza pyramids. Long water canals called “Aquifers” were used to conduct electricity, utilizing the flowing power of the Nile River.