On the basis
of this picture engineer W. Garn constructed a
working device which indeed gave some light. In
the book of Krassa/Habeck we find he following
sketch and description:
"If we evacuate a glass bulb with two metal parts reaching into it (B), (C), we can see a discharge at much lower levels, depending on the size of the glass balloon (D). At a pressure of about 40 t (tonnes) (40 mm of mercury) a snakelike light filament meanders from one metal part to the other (E). If we evacuate further, the light filament grows wider until it fills the whole glass balloon. This is exactly what we see in on the pictures in the subterranean chambers of the Hathor sanctuary."
The above picture is a copy of a hieroglyph which can be found in the basement of the temple of Dendera in southern Egypt. There are many crypts at the temple of Dendera. This is a hieroglyph which displays evidence of an ancient Egyptian light bulb. We know that glass was used in ancient Egypt for decorative objects as well as other things. The crypt above depicts what looks like a power cord leading to a socket, attached to this socket is a transparent glass tube. Its a light bulb. Erich Von Daniken, a well known archeologist, had a model of this light bulb built, and you know what? It worked!!! The serpent portrayed in the above picture is a plasma like light when the light bulb is electrified.
his book The Eyes of the Sphinx pp. 171-173, Erich
Von Däniken writes that the relief is found in "a
secret crypt" that "can be accessed only through a
small opening. The room has a low ceiling. The air
is stale and laced with the smell of dried urine
from the guards who occasionally use it as a
urinal." The room is not so secret, however, as many
tourists visit and photograph the room every year.
Von Däniken sees the snake as a filament, the djed
pillar as an insulator, and claims that "the monkey
with the sharpened knives symbolizes the danger that
awaits those who do not understand the device." This
"device" is, the reader is assured, an ancient
electric light bulb.
The Following are screen shots from a short
video clip on the Dendera Lightbulb;
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