In the old Egyptian culture, there was an energy used, not known to the humans today.

Can it be imagined that the archaeologists misinterpret discoveries made in Egypt, because they do not know the existence of an energy unknown today? Could the "divine" powers, possessed by the pharaohs, have an explanation?

The first time I was inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, in 1973, I got sick. My whole body hurt and I was in bed for several days. I didn't quite understand at the time that it had to do with the pyramid.

It wasn't until many years later, when I had started working on self-development, and received a channeling, where I could ask questions to higher dimensions, that I began to understand.  I learned that I had been a person falsely accused of giving access to someone uninitiated to use the tool used only by the masters who had the ability to transcend matter. In other words, the tool that reveals the secret of how pyramids are built.

When I had developed the Keys of liberation in 2003, I used them to go back in time and work through all the emotions of that life as a pyramid builder. It turned out that a great master's energy was placed in my body through programming, and that I was asked to help him release his emotional pain of losing his mastery. So I was not him, but my cells could remember what he had experienced as bad feelings related to losing his mastery, which led to that he died and was unable to complete the top of the pyramid.

He was and is the great master Thoth, who became an ascended master in ancient Atlantis, and who, together with another master, brought a group of people away from Atlantis, before the great earthquake occurred that flooded the continent that were situated in the Atlantic Ocean . The group wandered through Africa and did not settle until they reached Egypt where they founded the Egyptian culture. One of the two became the first Pharaoh; his name was Ra.

The other, Thoth, set about building a pyramid exactly like the one they had left on Atlantis. (It has been discovered as the pyramid found on the seabed between the islands of the Azores.) The pyramid, this amazing structure, was built to be able to inaugurate high frequency energy to people who trained themselves to hold the very strong energy that he himself had.

I know a lot about what happened to Thoth and a lot about what he has told me afterwards. I hope that one day I will have the opportunity to share it with historians and archaeologists.

There is much to tell from the ancient Egyptian culture that the archaeologists don't know. There was a type of energy that is not known today. The large statues are not carved to be as they are. They were created with focused thought power and the tool that I mentioned, which was used during the construction of the pyramids, which only initiates could use. Those who were initiated had to practice visualization, focusing and, not least, practice their ability to love for at least 5 years, in order to be initiated. The tool was an ankh. This is what Thoth tells me today:

When a pharaoh's son who had achieved initiation came to power, it was customary to make a sculpture of himself. In the picture you see Ramses II. The first thing the initiated pharaoh did to create such a sculpture was to carve out a block of granite at a quarry. Even carving in stone was done with thought power and ankh. The cut could then become completely smooth, as if it had been polished! The stone block could be very large and heavy, but the pharaoh had the ability to make it as light as styrofoam with his focused thought!

The pharaoh had to keep his focus on the stone block during the entire transport, which often took place in a boat on the Nile, all the way to the place where the sculpture was to stand and raise it into the position it was supposed to be in. Because the initiate needed to rest along the way, so that the stone received its full weight, the means of transport was a raft that was stable in the water and for which they had made a steering device.

When the stone block was transported overland, he placed logs under it, and moved it by rolling it over the logs. He had to do this alone to be able to focus on the lightness of the stone.

Once he had it in place, he removed stone bit by bit with thought and ankh, (not a chisel!) until he got a result he was happy with. He did his utmost to ensure that the result was similar to himself. To know what he himself looked like, he had to reflect in water, because mirrors, as we know them, did not exist in ancient Egypt. He had to be completely alone the whole time when he did this, to be able to focus the way he did.

I have described this as if the pharaoh was always male, but there were also women who achieved the great initiation and some of them made sculptures of themselves. Some of them became pharaohs.
When the pharaohs and other initiates made such sculptures, it was not out of selfishness, because then they would "fall". They did it to establish their position as initiates and to show their abilities.

  Inger Susæg BECANTUS February 2023  All rights reserved