Did ancient Egyptians have light bulbs and the means to power them? J.J. and Desiree Hurtak explore the technology available on the Giza plateau to produce hydrogen that could have been used to generate electricity. Many mysteries and differing opinions pervade archeology concerning the function of monuments in ancient Egypt, but there is agreement that the mathematical sophistication and precision is unprecedented in history. New evidence comes forth suggesting the pyramids may have been built for the production of electrical power and advancements in human consciousness.
Host: George Noory
Featuring: J.J. and Desiree Hurtak
Audio Languages: English