Electric batteries and lamps of antiquity

Electric batteries and lamps of antiquityA photo from open sources

The ancient Egyptians had many underground structures. Easy suggest that they were lit by torches, or candles. Only not in one building was not found traces of soot, which would certainly cover the walls and ceiling. It has been suggested that the lighting was provided by metal mirrors, reflecting sunlight. However, most underground corridors too meandering. Too many mirrors need to be put, and in The reflection of each subsequent mirror greatly lost brightness. After the fourth reflection, almost complete darkness sets in. IN Tutankhamun’s funeral chamber scientists were struck by remarkable frescoes that adorned her walls. Naturally, the question arose: what kind of lighting the ancient masters used, painting murals on walls? There is no soot, and the camera could not light up with mirrors. Not, soot in the pyramids, of course there is. Only this soot was not left ancient Egyptians, and numerous visitors to the pyramids. Up to XIX century, visitors to the pyramids used torches. Wondering the issue of lighting the structures located in the pyramids, remembered that St. Augustine, who lived in 354-450 AD described in one of his works a lamp in the temple of Isis, which neither the wind nor the water could extinguish. Like a lamp illuminating the entrance to the temple of the god Amon-Ra, was also described by Plutarch. Inverting when this attention to the fact that, according to the priests, she did not go out for several centuries. In 1936 archaeologists excavating under Baghdad, found an oval vessel. Having studied its internal structure, scientists concluded that it could be used as electric battery. The metal parts of the vessel were isolated with using bitumen. And as the electrolyte used marine water, wine or vinegar. When the vessel was flooded with electrolyte, it, despite on what was done hundreds of years ago, began to give a current of 0.5 amperes, at a voltage of 0.25-0.5 volts. Excavations in Iraq archaeologists continued after World War II, at a place where Antiquity housed the ancient city of Seleucia. And found small clay vessels about 10 cm in size. In them were sealed copper cylinders with iron cores inside. In some vessels found and bitumen. Interestingly, it was used for soldering vessels an alloy of tin and lead, precisely in the proportions in which it are currently using. As an electrolyte, the ancients the Sumerians most likely used citric or acetic acid. Ancient elements were reconstructed. After refueling electrolyte, they gave a current of 0.5-0.6 amperes at a voltage of 0.25-0.5 volts. It was secondarily proven that ancient batteries fully functional. In the temple building of Dendera, which dated by scholars around 700 BC, on the walls there is an image of human figures next to strange objects in bubble shaped, surprisingly reminiscent of light bulbs. A kind of cable connects these images with the image of the box, on which is the deity. Electrical Engineer from Vienna Walter Garn, as a result of the painstaking work he did, reproduce the lamp depicted in the temple. When he let her down current, the light came on. Arguing about the possibility of existence electric lamps in ancient Egypt, we must remember that that in a series of legends dedicated to the pyramids and temples, mentioned automatically diverging to the side of the door, for with which a blindingly bright light burned. Where used electricity, there must be metal wires to supply it to sources of consumption. And they were found. The thin copper wires were found in the pyramid of Tutankhamun. Swiss writer, filmmaker and ufologist Erich von Deniken in one of his books writes that the presence of existing batteries and individual wires is a fact but insulators are also needed. And they were also discovered. They were found under the oldest of the pyramids – Djoser. Egyptologists gave them a name “Jed Pillars” Judging by the entries in ancient manuscripts, handle “Jedi Pillars” were only capable of initiates. Still remains unclear by whom and for what purpose the ancient batteries were used Sumerians made two thousand years ago. If existed sources of electrical energy, then there had to be devices and appliances consuming this energy. But who could teach in antiquity people to such technologies? What else can be concluded, in addition, what technologies for generating electricity have brought to Earth representatives of alien civilizations? Archaeologists often discover mysterious objects that do not fit at all our ideas about the cultures of antiquity. The existence of many no historian could have supposed objects. I could not imagine but they are. And you can’t get away from it ….

Tutankhamun Pyramid Water

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