Pyramids in Australia

By Michelle Kennedy

Long before white man arrived in this harsh land, Australia had a history to rival all the ancient civilizations that fill our history books.  The only difference is Australia's history remained a secret.

Even before Captain James Cook claimed this land for Britain, explorers had found and walked this land. Many were Dutch, who found the harsh conditions of this desolate country, weren't suitable for colonization. If only they knew Australia had been Colonized long before they were even thought of. Secret hidden Pyramids

Our ancient visitors include the Pharaohs of Egypt's humble beginnings.  The legendary Khufu who has been credited with building the Great Pyramid of Giza, (yet strangely no evidence supports this claim.  To the contrary evidence of it being built much earlier are far easier to substantiate.) sent his sons to Australia, perhaps to mine for Gold.  Or so the evidence appears.

Khufu's son's appear within the stories of our Native people and evidence of their presence here is recorded in Hieroglyphics on the rocks in the region I was born.  Known as the Gosford Hieroglyphics archeological evidence proves Egyptian visits to Australia.

I was born in Umina actually and this is where the largest of all etchings have been found.  Then there is a myriad of rock carvings up at Kariong in the bush I walked as a teenager. Now that Australia's Aboriginals have been given permission by elders to reveal sacred knowledge, slowly the truth is being uncovered.

The Gosford glyphs are a group of approximately 300 alleged Egyptian hieroglyphs in an area known for its Aboriginal petroglyphs. They are carved into two parallel sandstone walls about 15 m (49 ft) long. They depict boats, chickens, dogs, owls, stick men, a dog's bone as well as two glyphs (Cartouches) that appear to be the names of kings, one of them Khufu, the other uncertain. These names are given the same personal name and throne name. There is also a carving of the ancient Egyptian god Anubis.  These were first reported in 1975 by Alan Dash, a local surveyor who had been visiting the area for seven years. Dash continued to visit for five years and reported that the number of hieroglyphs had increased every time that he visited.  Since then the hieroglyphs have been claimed by amateur Egyptologists to be authentic script carved by ancient Egyptians about 4,500 years ago.

The story in the glyphs tell of star beings and of the death and burial of Rajedef - Khufu's son, Prince of Egypt, in the immediate area.  To date no remains have been found.  Legend states that King Solomon s mines were where the Gold was mined for death masks for the Pharaohs.  Due to tomb robbers only one such mask survives today.

King Solomon is renowned for his extraordinary wealth, and the Old Testament states that he was the possessor of “gold according to all his desire”.

But the question that has perplexed archaeologists, historians and explorers alike for over 4 000 years is where the extraordinary amount of gold came from.

The first classical reference to Solomon’s golden eldorado is a guarded reference in the Bible to a place called Ophir. Unfortunately, the exact location of Ophir was never revealed in the Bible and, thus, its whereabouts have remained a secret all these centuries.

It is understood that Solomon, in collaboration with Phoenician King Hiram, of Tyre (in present day Lebanon), dispatched expeditions of Phoenician mariners to the lands of Ophir to obtain large tonnages of gold.

It is also known that the Phoenicians were among the greatest traders and explorers of the ancient civilisations around the Mediterranean Sea. They established commercial outposts throughout the Mediterranean and were known to have ventured onto the Atlantic and Indian Oceans in pursuit of trade.  According to Greek historian Herodotus, who, incidentally, is considered the Father of History, a Phoenician expedition commissioned by Pharaoh Necho II, of Egypt, managed to circumnavigate Africa in a voyage that lasted three years.

Many have speculated on the location of Ophir and, over the centuries, it has been placed in Arabia, the Asian subcontinent and south-eastern Africa, with some even ludicrously suggesting Peru. Yet not once has Australia been a contender for Ophir.  We were left alone- unpillaged, and unraped.  Australia remained virginal until only 200 years ago - Only relatively recently has the country been raped and plundered.

Interestingly the Mask of Tutankhamen, pulls Australia even deeper into the fold of Egypt's past.  Scientific research conducted on the mask reveal the chemical composition of the gold used in the Death Mask of Tutankhamen matches the Chemical composition of - Yes wait for it - Gympie Gold.  In fact hundreds of meters of mine shafts exist in Gympie, many of which have been sealed up with stones.  Copper, Tin, Silver and Gold have all been mined here at one time or another.  Could Australia be the legendary OPHIR. - King Solomon Mines.  And how funny that the British sent their convicts here.  Haha I guess the convicts and us their descendants got the last laugh.

What I find most intriguing is that despite the evidence pointing to an Australian connection, I can not find a single theory in any archeological books or reports any where.

The Government seems to be in a desperate state to wipe this history out of existence as we would have to change our history books.  What we think we know is really far - FAR from the truth.

I spent the 21/ 12/ 2012 on top of what is left of the Gympie Pyramid.  I can tell you it is a powerful vortex.  I channeled non stop for the two hours I was there.  From the moment I entered the vicinity of the pyramid till I'd driven quite a few kilometers away I could feel the immense power.  I had my three children with me and they all (With no prior knowing of the Gympie Pyramid story) all had visions.  One of the children even seeing the blue clocked figures of the pyramids guardians surround us as we mediated during the galactic alignment. I had not told any of the children any of the stories pertaining to what others have seen.  Guardians dressed in blue robes being one such story and yet he saw them.  I was honoured to have found a guide who remembers many of his past lives and can see and feel different entities.  I was explaining a little of the knowledge I have on various occult subjects when he told me several of the guardians have come to listen to me. I must say the whole evening was such a great experience.

The government have tried for years to destroy the Pyramid.  And although it still stands, very much hidden and covered in vegetation the Blue stone pillars on which we sat that night on the Pyramid  have been destroyed.  The energy is very much alive despite it's apparent destruction.

In 1975, doing a routine fly over looking for unnatural terrain as part of his research expeditions Mr Gilroy discovered the Gympie Pyramid.  He was able to measure it's height at 200feet and noted it had 18 terraces.  When I was there in 2012 there were no terraces and the blue stone which once stood majestically adorning to the top of the Pyramid laid askew, discarded and neglected.

Mr Gilroy and his wife were able to save some of the carvings before too many vandals got them.  One day I hope to see those also.

Hopefully we will be privy to the knowledge of the Original people of this land, for they have much information to share.  Much wisdom to bestow and we really could learn a thing or two, if only people would take the time to listen. Not just to listen but to really hear.  To feel mother earth as they do, to comprehend our own true nature and that we really are all one being.

 

Check out this video of just how many Pyramids there are in Australia.(Sorry for the terrible music in the background)

Nano Gold – The miracle heart healer

nano gold 617x493Gold is one of our most valuable commodities but its use extends far beyond jewellery and gold bars. It’s a conductive material and is helping us to develop new medical innovations such as specialised patches that could be used to grow new heart tissue following a heart attack.

Heart attacks are caused by an abrupt blockage of one or more of the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart. This immediately reduces the supply of nutrients and oxygen to the heart muscle and if the blood flow is not restored quickly, causes irreversible death of the cells and eventually affects the performance of the heart muscle.

Unlike cells in the liver, heart cells can’t multiply. And although the heart contains few stem cells - “mother cells” that have the potential to become any type of cell in the body - their amount is not enough to repair the tissue damaged by a heart attack.

Because of this, the damaged tissue following a heart attack can become tough and fibrous and the efficiency of the heart to pump blood to the rest of the body is reduced. This eventually leads to end-stage heart failure, when treatment becomes difficult, and can lead to a patient’s death.

Currently the only therapeutic option available to treat patients with terminal end-stage heart failure is a heart transplant. However, the scarcity of cardiac donors has led to an urgent need to develop new experimental treatments.

One biomaterial that we’re working on to restore heart function is a special cardiac “patch” that utilises gold to help stimulate tissue growth.

These patches are three-dimensional biomaterials that work like temporary scaffolds to support cells and promote their reorganisation into functional tissue. After they are transplanted into the body, the patch integrates with the heart’s own tissue and improves its function.

Using gold to mimic ‘electrical wiring’

The heart can contract when electrical stimulation from one cell spreads to neighbouring cells. This allows the cells to beat and contract together, efficiently pumping blood to the rest of the body. For the patches to work we also need to mimic the native “electrical wiring” of the heart cells. This can trigger the cells to organise into functioning heart tissue that could be transplanted.

Most of the biomaterials that cardiac patches are made from are non-conductive. So the scaffold basically blocks electrical signals from travelling from one beating cell to neighbouring cells, making it extremely difficult to get them all to beat in unity.

In our work, we are using nano fibres covered with gold nano particles - the size of one billionth of a metre - to conduct the electrical signalling.

As the gold increases the connectivity of the engineered scaffold, cells grown on these scaffolds are also able to mature into functioning tissue, contracting with a greater force, rate and uniformity when compared to cells grown on other kinds of scaffolds.

This has all been done in a lab, but the next step is to test the potential of the engineered gold-incorporated scaffolds to restore heart function after a heart attack in an animal model. If successful, it will provide the first step to creating functioning, transplantable heart tissue that can eventually be used to treat human patients.

What is Nano-gold?

Nano-gold is a small object composed of gold and, which has one-, two-, or three-dimensions on the nanoscale, i.e., a sheet, a rod, or a particle. For the purpose of our discussion nano-gold refers to the gold moiety alone, while nano-construct infers a moiety that consists of a core of nano-gold to which has been adsorbed or covalently bound a biomolecule or xenobiotic (drug, therapeutic, analytic), forming a more or less defined overall structure. A nano-gold construct formulation defines the character and often the proportions of bound entities to the nanoscale gold core.

Whether biomolecules or drugs bound physically or chemically to the gold surface should be considered when evaluating the size of a nano-construct seems to be somewhat dependent on the technology being used. For example, electron microscopy can readily detect the high-contrast gold core of a nanoconstruct, but it is much more difficult to visualize or measure exactly what and how many biological molecule or xenobiotic might be bound. On the other hand, dynamic light scattering is due to the entire entity, and all or most of the bound elements are included in the measurements. Thus, there are many challenges even at the level of rigorously defining what exactly we mean by nano-gold or a nano-gold therapeutic. Hopefully, these introductory comments and brief definitions have armed the novice to nano-gold with information to navigate our orientation to recent discoveries of exciting new roles for nano-gold in nanomedicine.

Properties of Nano-Gold In Vivo

When administered systemically, it is not surprising that gold nano-constructs are readily taken up by the reticulo-endothelial system including Kupffer cells in the liver [3]. While local presentation such as intra-tumor injection appears to result in retention of the nano-constructs [14]. Similarly, treatment of the cornea appears to result in an initial local distribution, followed by slow clearance and was not associated with inflammation or edema (in a rabbit study), and was effective in delivering gene transfer [7].

Nano-Gold in Energy Transfer for Therapeutics and Diagnostics

Nano-gold also has physical properties that make it useful across a range of other applications. Both optical and plasmon resonance properties suggest that they will have multiple applications across both therapeutics and diagnostics [15]. Used in conjunction with X-radiation, smaller nano-gold constructs appear to be effective in raising intracellular free radical concentrations [16], providing another potential mechanism via which cancer cells might be eliminated. Using related technology, X-ray computed tomography, targeted nano-gold labeled cells were readily detected in a small animal model of human disease [17], adding to the potential diagnostic arsenal.

Conclusion

Evidence in support of nano-gold constructs as bases for multiple medical applications appears to be accumulating with generally favorable outcomes to date. There is still much to learn about the potential cytotoxicity, which at least initially appears to be minimal at effective doses. The binding of biomolecules appears to be another area for further study and the general area of specific tissue and/or cellular targeting is a broader issue for all of nano-medicine and medicine generally. Nano-gold may provide a new light for applications spanning from gene-regulation to diagnostic imaging. Although the light is yet a single candle, the studies summarized in this virtual edition point the way to greater illumination of nano-gold in medicine.

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