I just love exploring the world’s great mysteries, don’t you? Erik has a fascination with all things Egyptian, so he has a lot of say about those iconic pyramids.
Me: Erik, can you shed some light on the Pyramids of Giza for us?
Erik: Not all manmade!
Me: Oh? Tell me more, then!
Erik: Part of it is from aliens. I think that’s why I like to talk about it. You know how that whole topic fascinates me.
Me: Yeah, I know!
Erik: But yes, manpower went into it; it’s just not all manmade.
Me: So, how was it made, specifically?
Erik: It’s all about that positive and negative ionic displacement we talked about.
Me: Well, can you explain it to us again, but in more detail?
Jamie: Erik, where are you coming up with this? He’s doing that thing again where he’s the professor with his legs crossed, and he’s smoking a pipe. He did that last time when we talked!
Me: I know!
Jamie: This must be his Erik persona for when we talk about this. (to Erik) You are so funny, man!
Me: Do you have your smoking jacket and your ascot on this time?
Jamie (giggling): Exactly! He’s talking about some BBC show where they talk about the wonders of the world, and he’s imitating the guy that’s on the show. He always wore this little hat; he had this pipe; he sat in one of those plush, high-backed chairs—
Me: Gosh, I have no idea.
Erik: Yeah, the structure of the pyramids is not all manmade. It was encouraged by the gods of the sky to leave their mark on Earth, mimicking the mark of the stars.
Me: What do you mean by the mark of the stars?
Erik: The sky patterns. The pyramids mimicked them on Earth. That’s why they’re at certain angles and facing certain directions and are at certain longitudes and latitudes. They all line up.
Me: Any particular star pattern or constellation?
Jamie: He’s talking about the Northern Star, and then he’s talking about, what, are there three?—
Me: Well, basically what I’m asking is this: Is there a solar system or planet of a certain alien race that we’re talking about?
Erik: It was a way of leaving marks to identify where they’ve been.
Me: Where the aliens have been?
Erik: And the communication between the old Egyptians and the aliens was very copesthetic.
Jamie (chuckling): Nice word choice, Erik!
Me: I know! Big word for a little boy!
Erik: There wasn’t a war between them; there was a friendship, a bond. The sky gods didn’t hold any power over the Egyptians. They came to help, to teach, to learn. You see it in many of the hieroglyphics. You can find alien images in these drawings.
Me: What did they look like?
Erik: Um, small heads, short bodies, and big eyes.
Me: How did they communicate with each other?
Erik: They communicated with language. There wasn’t what we’d consider a language barrier like there is with different cultures on Earth, and even after time, the cultures understand what word is for what and build a language together.
Jamie (to Erik): Oh, so it was more with telepathy?
Erik: Yeah, it was more talking in the head. They were able to understand each other through telepathy.
Me: How did the aliens get to Earth?
Erik: With spacecrafts.
Me: Did that frighten the Egyptians?
Erik: Definitely! They thought it was definitely something different. That’s why they were nicknamed the sky gods.
Me: So, the Egyptians must have felt that they were gods, that they were superior in some way, right? Did they worship the aliens?
Erik: Yes, but what was so cool about the alien dudes was that they weren’t asking to be worshipped at all.
Me: But did the Egyptians continue to worship them in spite of that, or did they eventually become equals?
Erik: No, the Egyptians continued to worship them, even though the aliens were not showing power over them. The Egyptians were so helpful for the alien civilization, mostly because of the need for metals or metallic substances like gold. The alien civilization helped them with electronics. They helped them work metals and create electronics, like light bulbs.
Erik: The Egyptians, inside of their pyramids, which were also their tomb sites, had specific rooms with holes that led to the sky to show different star systems that would help them identify when, in fact, the time would come for the sky gods to return. They could see certain solar systems between the holes. And they would also come and help with the metals. In those dark interior rooms, they would use light bulb systems—full on electric lighting.
Me: How would they power the light bulbs?
Erik: Acid and metal with some sort of wiring.
Jamie: It’s weird. He’s showing me something. It’s not like a light bulb that I would think of normally, something small. This is like three feet. It’s oblong; it has metal and acid in it. I don’t know what kind of acid it is.
Me: So it’s some sort of chemical reaction? Maybe using phosphoric acid or some other acid?
Jamie: He says it’s a natural chemical.
Erik: Yes, it’s natural, and the Egyptians had this fascination with the eyes.
Me: Yes, I can see that. Why is that?
Erik: You know, the makeup around the eyes, the black lining—that’s because of the sky gods. They had huge eyes, so the Egyptians wanted to emulate those large eyes by over-extending them to please them—imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and all that.
Me: Ah, so they were trying to mimic the eyes of the aliens to please them!
Jamie: Wow, I’ve never heard stuff like that. My head is really fat right now!
Me: Interesting. Makes perfect sense! So, what was the purpose of the pyramids besides what you’ve already shared?
Erik: That’s it really.
Me: Okay. How did they build them?
Erik: It was manmade cut—precise cutting.
Me: How on earth could they do it so precisely? What tools did they have to do so?
Erik: Well, they had full on measurements. Don’t underestimate them. They had tools just like modern day tools we use now for measurement.
Me: What were the tools made of?
Erik: Metal, mostly. There was a lot of heat used. This process was all taught to them. When the sky gods came down, they taught the people how to create and use these tools and how to create the pyramids. Then it was just handed down from one generation to the next on how to do it.
Me: How did they lift those heavy blocks into place with such accuracy? Did they have something similar to what they used to move the stones in Stonehenge?
Erik: They had a pulley system with something similar to that attached to it, yes. It helped neutralize the weight of the stone. It couldn’t reduce the weight to zero, but if it weighed, say, a thousand pounds, it could reduce it to 500 pounds.
Me: Okay. Did it change the electromagnetic field around the stone blocks?
Jamie: And what he’s showing me isn’t big and bulky.
Me: What about DNA? Was there any kind of DNA exchange between the Egyptians and the aliens back then?
I know. It’s a rerun, but…
Erik: Oh, yeah.
Me: How was that done? Was it through intercourse or in a more technical way?
Erik (laughing): It was in a highly technical way.
Me: How did they accomplish that?
Erik: Well, first of all, it was considered a compliment to have an exchange of DNA with the sky gods.
Me: Can you give us a visual.
Jamie: He’s not giving me a visual. He’s just saying it’s an exchange of fluids.
Me: Okay. Does it have something to do with the junk DNA that we have in our chromosomes?
Erik: It does have, yes, and eventually, some of that will be reactivated. I can’t tell you much more than that, though.
Me: Okay. I guess that’s all we’re supposed to know right now?
Erik: That’s right.
Me: Well, is there anything else you can tell us about the Pyramids of Giza that we should or can know?
Erik: No, but I’ll tell you about the Sphinx.
Me: Okay. That’s in the same area, so yeah.
Erik: It’s a person’s head on a lion’s body. I think it’s very cool.
Me: It is! And the nose fell off or eroded.
Erik (chuckling): That was a long time ago, Mom.
Me: Okay. The first nose job. So what’s the purpose of the Sphinx of Giza, and how was it built?
Erik: Actually, that was just a god symbol meant for protection, and it was a way for the king to show power. So, it’s really not related to aliens.
Erik: It’s not related to any markings for where the stars are; it’s not a form of communication.
Me: Okay, so it’s just a king’s way of showing respect to a god and—
Erik: And to protect him, not the people. Plus, he wanted to show the people the greatness of how he could build.
Me: Kind of a narcissist.
Erik: Uh, yeah.
Me: Now, how was it built?
Erik: It was built out of blocks. It’s in sections, actually. Slaves built it out of where it was, and when they were removing parts away from it, they would use those to build other buildings, other locations.
Me: Was it used as a tomb as well?
Me: Anything else about it?
Erik: It held prize materials like treasures. It’s fucking amazing. Have you stood in front of it? You’re like an ant!
Me: Wow, no I haven’t. Those poor slaves. How did they get those top blocks up there?
Erik: Oh, they had magnificent pulley systems. It was that and this kind of way where you could, um, alter the positive and negative ions like we talked about before.
Me: So they used the system taught by the sky gods?
Erik: Yes, but the aliens didn’t really intervene or help. The Egyptians just used the same technology.
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