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If we simply studied, say, oxygen, electricity, and light, we would understand the mysteries of life. The Sun is life. Oxygen is life. Both are forms of life energy.
What fundamental force or energy is powering our existence? Why does your heart beat continuously for a lifetime? Why can you drink one cup of water and run a mile? What is keeping your body charged? Why is naturally charged life so much superior to batteries we use to power devices today?
I once came across a lecture from the late Dr. Delbert Blair where he spoke of a unit of energy called the “argon.”
He had resourced this information from the ancient Egyptians. I should mention that there is much evidence to suggest that the Egyptians knew much about the secrets of the universe and had been able to harness energy through the pyramids.
I feel this is a topic humanity should know all about, yet we know nothing. Energy is neither created nor destroyed; all is recycled. Every breath we take has been recycled over and over. All of the water we drink has been recycled over and over. All of the food we eat has been recycled over and over. All life, including mankind, has been recycled over and over. It is said, afterall, that from the ground we came.
I used to believe that the Sun got its energy from nuclear fusion, but now that I’m no longer convinced of the false outer space reality constructed by NASA and similar institutions alike, I find myself exploring the most basic yet most significant life questions. How little do we actually know about what life is? While I don’t have an answer for this, I’ve heard from alternative investigators that the Sun converts energy from another dimension/realm into our plane of reality. What I’m convinced of is that the Sun has to get its energy from somewhere.
Your immediate conception of energy might be electricity. You should know that your utility company didn’t create or invent electricity or energy. They simply found a way to convert already existing energy into household electricity using AC and DC currents. Don’t bolster your utility’s company’s ego; they might have much control over your life, but they’re not Gods. The Sun, water, and wind are all sources of energy. How many power plants use solar, hydro, and wind power? Think about it. Even coal and oil come straight from the ground.
Energy seems to be the basis of not only life but existence, as no event can be actioned without energy. If I were to orally speak these words to you, audibly, instead of through text, you might assume that the voice you’d hear was coming from myself. Technically, I would only be manipulating the energy around us (air), and this already existent energy would be producing the sound. And remember, there is no sound, as we know it, in a vacuum where there is no air. Another way of expressing this concept is by throwing a rock into a pool of water and watching the ripples it creates. While you may have “actioned” it, you didn’t “create” the ripples. You simply threw a rock into a medium that expressed it as such. Further, if you were to identically throw a rock into different sized pools of water with different surface tensions, the ripple effect would not be identical. We could go a step further and ask where your body got the energy to even throw the rock, but I think the point is already sustained.
Nikola Tesla, practically the person that gave us the scientific foundation for harnessing electricity the way we still do today, famously said:
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”