There was a tip to the pyramid of geza That was made of a mixture of metals. Does anyone have an idea or know of what it was.
“The ancient Egyptians capped the peaks of their pyramids with gold and covered their faces with polished white limestone, though many of the stones used for the purpose have fallen or been removed for other structures over the millennia.”
My intuition says this is more or less correct. When I look at it I “see” the capstone made of a kind of white gold of highly refined quality. White because it was mixed with something like platinum and other (very likely) alchemical elements.
It is called “auriculum”, and mentioned in Plato, quoting Solon, quoting an Egyptian Priest.
It is a mixture of gold and silver and other rare metals, and use to conduct the life force.
The pyramidal tops of the needle like structures (Washington Monument in D.C. is a copy)
that were in the center of each Egyptian temple were also covered with it, to ground spiritual energy down and radiate it out in a radius around the temple.
It where scientists gets the “Au” as symbol for gold in elemental table….
Like creating the gold ball in the LDT. I have heard that the pyramids at giza where created by one guy named Hermes, and I thought Kan & Li took focus. It is interesting to note that he was considered to be one of the Pleiades by the greeks.
Thank you for the info. I love the internal and external alchemy.
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