Ancient Megalithic Energy (Part II)

megalithic energy

Ancient Egyptian Energy Symbols (Part I)

Let’s look at the symbolic images on the bas-relief.


There is a snail illustrated at the top. It looks like a depiction of a wave. It shows that the symbols on the bas-relief have to do with the megalithic wave energy.

What does the bottom sign of the bas-relief mean?

It symbolizes a cup. Creation of megalithic wave energy begins with the charge of energy in the physicochemical elements of O-H bonds of water.

Furthermore, let’s examine the physical purpose of the symbols illustrated in the middle – Was, Djed, and Ankh – instruments of the megalithic wave energy.

We have to remember that the basic principle of ancient inscriptions allows us to believe that ancient written symbols were created entirely on the basis meaning. An entire pragmatic picture emerges. The energy at the tip of Djed supports a discharge, while the energy in the middle supports the flask of the lamp. Almost like now – “+” sign for the anode, and a “-“sign for the cathode.

It seems related to a version of a low pressure sodium lamp.


Let’s give the technical characteristics of the lamp. The low pressure sodium lamp is the most effective arc lamp, transforming electricity into visible light. Its construction allows transformation of 80% electrical energy into light. But these types of lamps have physically large flasks. Besides that, their light is homogenous monochromic yellow.


According to modern measuring systems, such lamps need 400-500 volts to light up. But at the time of megalithic energy, the concepts of electricity were different. That was energy of resonant oscillations of atoms in the crystal substance of Djed. In this case, the resonant oscillations of atoms in the substance of Djed were primal, and the creation of such movement of the electrons – secondary.

From the standpoint of megalithic energy, Djed is a charging block. It was a device, which received a flow of energy from a megalithic generator, of resonant oscillations in the Si-O bonds in the crystals of the substance and then transformed them into a flow of energy which could be directed into doing something useful. In this case, this is a flow of electrons which allows the lamp to light up.

As was said earlier, in ancient megalithic receivers of energy, there were rocks with a high number of Si-O bonds (sandstone, granite, and others) or Ca-C-O (limestone), which gave the received energy with a high frequency to the oscillations of the atomic bonds of Si-O or Ca-C-O with a chaotic heat movement of the surrounding molecules.

Let’s observe how it is developed. Djed has the following specifications:

  • Vertical position;
  • Vertical structure;
  • Characteristic form;
  • The amount of horizontal “plates” is equal to four.

How did it work?

Vertical position is necessary for interaction between wave energy and the gravitation of the Earth.

For an explanation of the other specifications, we have to look back at the waves: the running wave gives and the standing one receives. This determines the structure, form, the amount of “plates”, and the size of the Djed. The difference between the running and standing wave is ¼ the length of a wave.



The structure of the Djed is determined by the carrying energy wave – from the support of the first plate we must take a multiple number of running half-waves (providing the transfer of energy), and between the plates there needs to be a standing wave (providing the accumulation of energy).

Respectively, the size of the Djed is determined by the length of wave carrying the energy. On the image below, you can see the distribution of the wave energy upon the “plates” of Djed.


Ankh can usually be found in the hands of “human-like” creatures: Gods in human form, Pharaohs (the incarnation of Osiris’ son – The God Horus), high priests, or servants of the cult. This object had qualities which made its owner God-like. What could it have been?


It is illustrated in the form a scepter, held by Pharaohs, Gods and powerful figures.

Was also serves as a characteristic Egyptian hieroglyph, meaning “power”.

So, this object had characteristics which made its owner God-like or very important, and it gave power.

This is a very necessary and valuable object, which, like the power, is given only to the “devoted” in the most sacred knowledge of megalithic energy. It was similar to an auger for measuring the resonance.

It cut the energy of the resonant oscillations into a 20 centimeter elastic acoustic wave, as the length of the hook was equal to the length of the standing wave, which does not transmit energy.

The symbolism and aesthetics only frame the physical essence of such devices – symbols of megalithic energy.