Great pyramid built using anti-gravitic techniques involving crystals, water and sound?
Archaeologist Stephen Mehler shared his research in the field of Egyptology, which he has studied for over thirty-five years. He described working with a teacher from Egypt named Hakim, "an indigenous wisdom keeper" who shared the civilization's oral history with him. Hakim said that there are natural cycles, and that we are nearing the end of a cycle that began 65,000 years ago.
Mehler believes that the Great Pyramid at Giza was built in three stages, with the original work begun more than 20,000 years ago. It was built hrough a higher consciousness of the people of Khemit (earlier name for Egypt) that employed anti-gravitic techniques involving crystals, water and sound, he said. But around 11,000 years ago, he contends there was a worldwide cataclysm (as documented in the books Cataclysm! and Catastrophobia) and after that consciousness began to devolve.
Religions such as Judaism, Christianity and Islam all developed out of Egyptian thought, said Mehler. Mehler also discussed his long-standing involvement with the Rosicrucian Order, a mystical tradition that has artifacts dating back to ancient Egypt.