“If I see anything vital around me, it is precisely that spirit of adventure, which seems indestructible and is akin to curiosity.” Marie Curie


“Curiosity” is probably one of the most powerful gifts I could receive. It is what kept me alive and awake until late nights, going deep in the rabbit hole. I felt the passion in everything that caught my attention, and I discovered new opportunities to see different my life on Earth. Unfortunately, we don’t have enough time to know everything in a lifetime, that’s why we need to keep in mind to search for whatever makes us feel alive and we should explore and keep our curiosity vibrant.

Imagine how would be our lives now, if someone in the past wouldn’t be curious to ask the questions:

  • why?
  • who?
  • where?
  • how?
  • when?
  • what?
Celtic dice. What they are ? Be curious

We might be taught to not be so curious because “it is not your business”, but I am that kind of person who cannot sleep when I have questions. For example, what is it with all these pyramids? From Egypt to Mexico, from Iluminatti to Maslow, everyone was using one.

Maslow’s Pyramid
Illuminate Pyramid
Pyramid of Kukulkan
7 Chakras Pyramid
The Great Pyramid in Giza

I will leave the experts to talk more about each and every Pyramid and you can find many kinds of research for these topics. What made me stop and do more research was the Great Pyramid in Giza. With such a perfect architecture, and with so many replicas found around the world, it felt like everyone was looking for an answer. Who builds them? When? And most important why? I am an outsider for what Egyptology and Archaeologists discovered, but from my point of you, that for me looks like an industrial mechanical tool.

The 2.3 million blocks with the average weight of a block about 2.3 metric tons (2.5 tons), for me that doesn’t add up the slaves’ stories. I would rather believe that Pleiadians with the help of Arturians build that with sound levitation and laser-cut, or maybe Thoth, the Egyptian god of writing, magic, wisdom, and the moon. Dolomite might be the insulator for the outside and crystal quartz along with granite from inside are also known for their properties as the electrical conductors. The water underneath in so made aquifers produced waves and conduct electricity. The physicians and chemistry might have better answers for the whole process, but my curiosity leads me to these conclusions.

“Wardenclyffe Tower, also known as the Tesla Tower, was an early experimental wireless transmission station designed and built by Nikola Tesla in Shoreham, New York in 1901–1902”. Wikipedia

Do you see a pattern here?

Many have been talked about the alignment with Orion constellation. How amazing it is that? I leave your curiosity to look for what is in your interest and maybe Neil deGrasse Tyson was right when he said “It may be that our cosmic curiosity… is a genetically-encoded force that we illuminate when we look up and wonder”

I welcome you to follow the tale of that young lady who was curious and discovered a whole new world


….continue reading the rest of the tale in PART 08

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