Merlinda Pillsbury Arnold has contributed a few articles on this website. Her work puts her on the road quite a bit. She just returned from a successful month in the Northeastern United States sharing her trademarked SaRa Technique and her Lineage Ancestry work. According to her website, the SaRa Technique is an ancient Middle Eastern healing practice.
Merlinda has a special connection with the Egyptian city of Abydos and has visited there on several occasions. Her experiences would make a great book. I may write that book someday.
Through my conversations with her, I have come to respect her as an expert on the Middle East, especially ancient Egypt. She believes a special power resonates from there.
We recently had a conversation about her potential trip to that area when I heard myself say:
“If you can’t go to Egypt at this time, I suggest you find the place in the Southwestern United States that mirrors the Egyptian energy and practice using it here.”
I had no basis for that statement other than a connection James Redfield makes in his most recent novel The Twelfth Insight. Therefore, I was surprised when I heard those words come out of my mouth.
When I heard the story of David Hudson’s rediscovery of monoatomic gold in Arizona, I wondered if his story was somehow related to what I had said.
Sir Laurence Gardner’s book provided another clue.
In addition to Hudson’s story, Gardner tells the story of archaeologist William Flinders Petrie’s exploration of Mount Horeb, the Biblical Mount Sinai. This mountain was the place on the Sinai Peninsula where Moses talked with God and received the Ten Commandments.
Petrie discovered the ruins of a temple on that mountain. The evidence indicates that large-scale smelting took place.
Gardner claims this temple was actually a workshop for alchemy. He says the word “worship” is actually a bastardized version of the word “workshop.” He makes a connection between the alchemical practices on the mountain and the Spiritual practices of the Egyptians. He provides compelling evidence that all of the Biblical mysticism surrounding the Ark and the related gold has an easy explanation, once we understand the significance of monoatomic gold.
He claims the smelting on Mount Horeb produced a white powder similar to, and possibly identical to, Hudson’s. The glow of the mountain recorded in the Bible came from this smelting process. He states that Moses, as an Egyptian prince, would have been familiar with these techniques, especially since he spent forty years in the area’s wilderness. In fact, it is possible that is why Moses was in the wilderness. He was learning this craft.
This is how Moses was able to take the golden calf created by his brother Aaron and turn it into powder so the Israelites could drink it. This is how Moses knew to build the Ark of the Covenant, a sacred device that may have been an electronic capacitor capable of producing enough power to convert gold into a monoatomic state.
This theory would certainly explain why those who carried the Ark had to be barefoot so they would be grounded. It also explains why fire from the Ark (or should I spell it a-r-c?) was the way “God killed” those who handled it without understanding the power it contained.
In addition, Hudson’s claim of anti-gravity properties would explain how 4-8 people could carry an Ark that weighed almost a ton and a half. Maybe they weren’t carrying it so much as they were holding it down so it didn’t float off into the heavens.
Yes, the white powder certainly appeared to provide a connection between Arizona and Egypt.
A few days after I put these pieces together, a reader emailed me a link to a story that made that connection even stronger. I’ll consider that in tomorrow’s article.