INTRODUCTION TO THE ELECTRIC MIRROR ON THE PHAROS LIGHTHOUSE AND OTHER ANCIENT LIGHTING
Synopsis: This book aims to prove through a comprehensive presentation of ancient coins, artifacts, monuments, and literature that the ancients used electricity to light up their temples, tombs, lighthouses, fortresses, palaces, cities and other edifices and critical areas. No other work on the subject in existence documents nearly as much evidence for ancient electrical technology, and it recalls interesting details and descriptions of the ancient Alexandrian Pharos Lighthouse and its electric beacon, some of which have never been published in English before. More importantly, this highly researched work finally solves once and for all the riddle of the Bible's mysterious Ark of the Covenant. Read this book and don't wonder anymore!
“Whenever, in the pride of some new discovery, we throw a look into the past, we find, to our dismay, certain vestiges which indicate the possibility, if not the certainty, that the alleged discovery was not totally unknown to the ancients,” declared Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, in Volume I of Isis Unveiled in 1871. “It is generally asserted that neither the early inhabitants of the Mosaic times, nor even the more civilized nations of the Ptolomaic period were acquainted with electricity. If we remain undisturbed in this opinion, it is not for the lack of proofs to the contrary.”
The following pages behind the above cover precede the first chapter of The Electric Mirror on the Pharos Lighthouse and Other Ancient Lighting:
The great Egyptologist John Gardner Wilkinson pointed out that the ancient Egyptian "paintings offer few representations of lamps, torches, or any other kind of light." Why--when they illustrate almost every other ancient Egyptian article? It is because people are not looking for ancient electric lights so they simply do not recognize them! But The Electric Mirror on the Pharos Lighthouse and Other Ancient Lighting adequately points them out!
Commenting on The Electric Mirror on the Pharos Lighthouse and Other Ancient Lighting, Frank Joseph, Editor-in-Chief of Ancient American Magazine said it was "One of the most thought-provoking reads I've had in a long time."
“Mr. Radka has shown with great clarity that out ancestors possessed advanced technologies,” wrote Robert Stanley, the Editor of Unicus magazine. “This is no longer a matter of conjecture, it is an indisputable fact. Therefore, the historical information contained in The Electric Mirror should be taught in classrooms around the world. It is a powerful legacy left to us by our ancestors and should not be ignored.”
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