Piezoelectricity ( /piˌeɪzoʊˌilɛkˈtrɪsɪti/) is the charge which accumulates in certain solid materials (notably crystals, certain ceramics, and biological matter such as bone, DNA and various proteins) in response to applied mechanical stress. The word piezoelectricity means electricity resulting from pressure.
Your dentist probably uses a piezolectric drill to get rid of cavities. I don't understand why this technology isn't being used in rural areas or poor countries.
The ancient Egyptian/Ethiopian empire used a certain
form of electricity that was generated and distributed by
pyramids. It is different than modern electricity in that the
modern type is a low form of electricity that requires
All the substances of the universe have a range or
spectrum of frequencies. You are familiar with the most
common spectrum - that of light. Scientists have named the
extremes that they know of this, calling them infrared and
ultraviolet. That means if you look at the seven colors of the
rainbow, starting with red then orange then yellow, green,
blue, indigo, and violet, then the light spectrum starts from
below red (infrared) and goes all the way to beyond violet
Similarly the other forms of matter also have a range.
Solid matter comes in a range of solidity, from soft solids like
lead to very hard ones like diamond. Liquids also have a
range, starting with thin liquids like pure alcohol or
substances such as benzene, to thick liquids like gels. This is
true for all the seven forms of matter through the gases to
the ether, light, electricity, and magnetism.
Modern generated electricity is a lower-spectrum type,
barely above static electricity (the type that makes your
clothes cling). The ancients used a higher form of electricity
that did not require wires for transmission. It was transmitted
directly in the ether (i.e. in space) the same way radio
waves are transmitted. It was transmitted to the temples,
which served, among other things, as receiving stations. So
the temples had antennas used to receive the transmission.
These antennas can still be seen today erected in front of
some of the temples. Modern people call them obelisks.
There is one near you in Central park, New York that was
stolen by Americans from one of the temples, and many
more that were stolen by Europeans, perhaps the most
famous one being the one called Cleopatra's needle.
Now, the ancients had great reverence for technology.
To them it was a gift of nature coming directly from the
Gods. So they did not
treat it as casually as modern people do. Today everyone in
western countries has access to electricity, including
batteries, and they use it casually. There is no reverence
whatsoever for this gift of the Gods. The ancients used it
only when necessary, including it in the appropriate rituals,
and only for projects that were for the benefit of the
general society rather than individuals. Other than that they
went about their business the usual way, using ordinary
For this reason modern archeologists claim that the
ancients did not have the knowledge of high technology
such as electricity because they see the ancient Egyptians
going about their business using hand tools and physical
labor most of the time. Yet, there are many instances where
they have seen the manufacture of certain implements
such as stone coffins that were obviously made using some
kind of high-speed machinery. They dismiss these instances
as exceptions, and so never mention them in their studies
and reports. There are many sculptures and other pieces of
art found that are made of very hard stones such as diorite,
including vases with very thin walls, narrow necks and wide
bottoms. When they look at them, it's quite obvious that
they could not possibly have been made by hand. They
were certainly made using some kind of rotary machine
that required electricity. These are the kinds of items that
they bury in the basements of their museums because they
do not fit their theories and explanation concerning the
level of ancient technology.
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