Plasma Physics, the Electric Universe & the Ancient Texts

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/07/10/plasma-physics-electric-universe-ancient-texts/

V. Susan Ferguson, Contributor
Waking Times

“Plasma is the most abundant material in your galaxy, and therefore a desirable energy source. Pyramids contained a Pleiadian technology presently unknown to you, which accessed the Solar Winds for power. The pyramids were strategically placed around the planet and used as collectors to gather the plasma. The Ekur was the largest of these power collectors on Terra. All of our spacecraft contain similar smaller-scale collectors. Naturally, all of the planets the Pleiadians have colonized have pyramids to collect plasma power.

“The Ekur was designed to connect the Solar Wind plasma to the magnetic field from within Terra’s core. This high-energy plasma was funnelled down the pyramid’s vertical axis, while the magnetism from earth’s core was directed upward along the same vertical axis. Both were concentrated into an intense coherent path…

“As the plasma enters from the top of the Ekur, and the magnetism enters from the earth, they meet… The two energies join, swirling in a massively powerful vortex in the form of a torus… The Torus of Magnetic Flow is consequently set into motion with one ring turning in on itself, the other out. Thus we generate perpetual motion.” Inanna Returns: Chapter X, The Ekur

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http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/07/10/plasma-physics-electric-universe-ancient-texts/

From the Rig Veda X.121.10.

The One that ignites the unseen
particles, inexhaustible shining
identical to one another,
which procreate, give birth to all
creatures in the universe
by extending stretching expanding
to become whatever designs,
longings and desires of
the implicate order, that must be
the Weaver moving and carrying
this flying-falling treasure of galactic worlds,
the sacrificial ladle reflecting sound
in the tongue-flame within us.

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