26. So, finally, how did the Pyramids
get here?


How many slaves did it take to build the Pyramids?

A. 10,000
B. 50,000
C. 500,000
D. Not even half!



It's D! In case someone didn't find it ... The truth is always simple. Truly, children, don't we also beat gravity for a short while, don't we lift our entire body from the earth, when we jump up and down?

With the aid of energy, the wise citizens of the previous Earth charged the huge blocks of the Pyramids and could increase their weight as needed in order to sink easily
into the earth.
In the same way, they could render the heaviest blocks weightless so that even a young child could lift them up
as high as he wanted.

But what slaves? We wonder how they have achieved such smooth surfaces even on the hardest stones. How come the joints between them fit so accurately there isn't even a crack the size of the thickness of a hair between them? By beaming it with energy, the Masters dematerialized the excess stone, or charged it when they wanted to increase its weight.

Mount Meteora in Greece is also an example of moving huge blocks with people's mental energy. The rocks stand there  imposing remnants of another era, an enlightened one, provoking us to ask ourselves, stimulating our existential memory, reminding us of the limitless capabilities of the human mind, just like the Pyramids. Well, here the words
"to move mountains" have a literal application.