Before my surgery this week, I did a lot of research and study of old technology including that found in the Bible –  research that has been ongoing for some time – in an effort to reverse-engineer some practical healing  technology

My friend, Chris Tyreman (of The Chronicle Project) did a tremendous amount of work on this using a technique called Self-Defining Hebrew” or SDH for short.  In other words, it turns out that Hebrew is a much clearer language than most give it credit for.  It is in the  human interpretations where things run off the rails.

Point is, Tyreman found multiple instances in the Bible where there are more than just hints that we are a “planted species.”

There is, in his research (and mine) some evidence that there was a hell of a lot more going on that just what “seems on the surface.”

For one, we have the Nephilim, also known as the Watchers.  Accounts of what sound like automated robots patrolling the Garden of Eden.  A particular lifestyle imparted to humans that is Lunar-centric and now almost universally ignored.  As Crhis builds the case in his book “The Destruction of Sabbath: Tracking the History of Deception.”

Ancients and Watchers Matter

Because some things in the Bible are testable.

The story of the Burning Bush, for example.  Borrowing the text from,  we can see something in Exodus 3:

Now Moses was tending the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian, and he led the flock to the far side of the wilderness and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up. So Moses thought, “I will go over and see this strange sight—why the bush does not burn up.”

When the Lord saw that he had gone over to look, God called to him from within the bush, “Moses! Moses!”

And Moses said, “Here I am.”

“Do not come any closer,” God said. “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.”

An oil & gas lease?  Since my father was a deacon in our  Lutheran Church in Seattle for a time, and as a voracious reader, it did not escape his notice that in about 1956 an article in Time magazine explained how Texaco oil exploration units had in fact found natural gas seeps in the area of (wait for it…) the ancient Mount Horeb.  Secret of the Burning Bush?

The burning bush as a gas seep?  Well, there was the find and there was the account in the Bible that drove it.

Fast Forward

With an upcoming operation for a naval hernia. since I’d already experienced some good energy results with my Light Crown project, I decided also take on the Breastplate of Aaron.  

Properties?  Well, as one source put it “According to the Talmud, the wearing of the Hoshen (breastplate) atoned for the sin of errors in judgement on the part of the Children of Israel..”  It offered protection.  A fellow can’t have too much of that, now, can they?

Sounded like just the ticket facing surgery.  But, there was more.  The arrangement of the gems seemed critical, but not in the conventional way.  Thanks to reader Nancy for her contribution (as a highly skilled New Mexico jewelry maker) in figuring out the colors, I set about selecting light emitting diodes at the right frequencies..

Naming the stones just didn’t feel right.  It seemed likely to me that there was  likely another reason for their names (after 12 tribes of Israel);  a more “scientific” theory in play here.  In simpler times, perhaps the naming of the gemstones was an early mnemonic. A clever way to remember the stone’s locations.

Hebrew is an RTL language, that is, read right to left.  The first tribe (top right) could be associated with green, and so forth.

As a memory aid….

What better pick-me-up after surgery could there be?  So off to the bench I went.

I have no idea whether this will work any “wonders” but like my father, I think there hints –  widely missed by biblical scholars – few of whom are wide-ranging generalists.  How many scientifically bent people take-apart The Word and look for hidden science?  Can’t be that many, I’m sure.

The idea of “hidden tech” in the bible hit home for me again as the research into Aaron’s breastplate and the various “crown jewels” evolved.  The effect so far?  About nil.  But this breastplate was a proto, not sized to the “correct” square, 1/3rd of a cubit.

Ah, cubits are a problem.  There are “normal cubits” – the length from your elbow to the tip of you middle finger, about 18-1/2 inches.  Then there are both royal and sacred cubits as well.  It’s necessary to use the right one(s) when setting up your “Holy of Holies” place.

To my simple mind, it seemed the “gemstones” were likely “color keyed.” If so, then this “tech”  might be recovered by arranging LED lights of the same spectral manner as in times of yore…

There was one more grabber. I almost feel guilty taking to long to share it with fellow pondering explorers:.

There’s a strong indication that the rulers/gods who ancient people so revered, (possibly giants) were wearing not just crowns but 60+ pound mechanisms of some kind, on their heads.  Helmets with lights and knows what else?

It’s right there in plain view as references to the weight of certain crowns which is given as a “talent of gold” in many verses of Scripture.

Exodus 25:39 tells us about how much gold is to be used in constructing the sacred lampstand that sits by the Ark of the Covenant.  “A talent of pure gold is to be used for the lampstand and all these accessories.”

2 Samuel 12:30 also speaks of the talent weight:  “David took the crown from their king’s head, and it was placed on his own head. It weighed a talent of gold, and it was set with precious stones..”

1 Kings 9:28, too:  “They sailed to Ophir and brought back 420 talents of gold, which they delivered to King Solomon…”  (That’s a lot of gold!)

And 1 Chronicles 20:2  says “David took the crown from the head of their king—its weight was found to be a talent of gold, and it was set with precious stones—and it was placed on David’s head. ”

Not tracking yet?

Let me offer a simple screen shot that should put this big Obvious Secret center-stage for you:  This is about Talent-weight:

“Hold the Phone!”

On their HEADS?  Weighing HOW MUCH?

Didn’t we just read that David took the crown off the head of their king and it weighed a talent?  Was their King a giant/Watcher/Nephilim?  Like, who wears such outlandishly Big Bling?

At the lowest weight in that summary, how much would that crown weigh?

Yeah:  20 kgs would be 44.4-pounds and  that is far more than would be needed to simply hold “gems in place.”

What if it wasn’t just holding “gems” in place per se.  Remember people were seeing colors that they associated with  gems.

In a “heaviest case” we’re talking about a 100+ pound headpiece.  Even at the logical talent weight of 66.6 pounds (33.3 kgs) , that would translate to about one pound per minas and then that would make a  shekel about 1-60th of a pound.  (60  minas to the Talent, 60 shekels to the minas..)

You have to wonder:  What would be  the point of a golden headpiece that might weigh over100 pounds, maybe much more?  Might all those references to halos around religious figure’s heads also be tied into something, too?

Like one of my “light crowns?”  So, I asked myself “How would people without a phone plan or notepads to capture the “look of a halo” pass down this experience for future generations to ponder?”

Halo, anyone?

That’s me, with a single-band LED light crown on.  Which led to this weekend’s  Ure’s Latest Crackpot Theory.  (ULCT)

Wonder and Ponder:

What weighs 66+ pounds and can be fitted to a head is possibly either a) a space helmet or b) a headpiece/communications device containing a large battery.

A GOLD-AIR battery, perhaps?

You mean like the one written up in  Popular Science two years ago?  “Researchers Accidentally Make Batteries Last 400 Times Longer…

Yeah, something like that, maybe.

Because coupled with a gold battery, these ancient high beings may have been from someplace rather unexpected. Not here.

Our future?  There is one where gold batteries and LED light therapy becomes almost commonplace.

Did I mention there are now 105 clinical studies involving different light-healing modalities listed at  That’s up from 85 trials last time I wrote to you about this on the non-subscriber side.

One last speculative point:  Is it possible there is something about space-time that has to do with scaling?  In other words, if elements of the Bible were from a distant future, would the process of time-jumping (or phase-shifting) between Realms involve a scaling change?

Computers offer us some ideas.  Think of our “world” as a .JPG and another world as a .PNG.  Jumping between then might render beings differently.  Put another way, if you went from a .JPG world to a .PNG world, via an SVG file, well, maybe giantism is a time-jumping scaling vector graphic analog…

All makes for interesting research, wherever it leads.

And that is into a a new area of research involving the relationships (including phase, scales, and frequencies) of adjacent “Dimensions Next Door.”  I’m getting the sense that what bound the MWI (Many Worlds Interpretation) of quantum mechanics is the adjacency and limits to heterodyned mixer products from interacting timelines.

Which is cool because that just leaves us an engineering problem to solve.

Write when you figure it out…I’m still working on it.  But mixed-light modalities are experimentally more efficacious than single frequency light modes and that means mixer products at a very subtle level.  Do photon excitation level mixed products unlock this escape room?  >