Electricity

Electricity is a force in nature, part of electromagnetism, described by the Maxwell equations of James Maxwell. Electromagnetism is seen as one of the 4 fundamental forces with the strong and weak nuclear force and gravity. Its discovery and application by the elite (House of Hanover, Royal Society) represented the Luciferian promise of becoming a God and was the driving force behind the 3d wave of Industrial Revolution.

The electricity grid (and eventually internet and Internet of things) served as a technological overlay of the multidimensional control system, known as the matrix.

While electricity is associated with the sun (masculine), magnetism is associated with the moon.

The Aryans traded the orange amber stone (electron), that contained electric energy and migrated from the North (Amber Road).

The Egyptians traded amber, knew how to manipulate the Kundalini energy (Djed pillar as backbone of Osiris) as electric current and used the pyramids to electrify water. Heads of mummies were covered in electrum.

Thales of Miletus experimented with amber rods. Greek god Zeus (Jupiter) was depicted with a lightning rod, worshiped through sodomy.

In Judaism Saturn was worshipped as El (chap-el, ang-el, el-ite, el-ections, Bel or Baal). Cities were developed as an electronic circuits to function as an energy farm with obelisks and later clock towers as electric conductors.

A tube of copper and rod of iron were discovered as artifact of the Partian Empire (battery of Bagdad). The Chinese developed the compass, based on magnetism.

Electricians were used to demonstrate electricity as stage magicians. The Royal Society let Francis Hauksbee experiment with electricity and published reports of Stephen Grey (assistant of John Desaguliers of Grand Lodge of London) on electrostatic induction. Grey learned the difference between conductors and insulators. In Leiden Holland it was discovered how store electricity in a jar of water.

Freemason Benjamin Franklin (Lunar Society with industrialists like James Watt active in the Industrial Revolution) did research on electricity and proposed experiments with lightning to prove its electric force. Mason Henry Cavendish (Cambridge, Royal Society) investigated the electricity of the torpedo fish and introduced the idea of electric charge.

In 1786 Charles-Augustin Coulomb formulated Coulomb's Law (the closer two charges are, the stronger the force between them).

In 1800 Catholic physicist Alessandro Volta (Royal Society) experimented with metals and electric current, based on the experiments of Luigi Galvani (making frog legs move with electricity) and discovered the voltaic pile, a battery with zinc and copper. He demonstrated his invention to Napoleon Bonaparte.

Through electric currents new chemicals could be isolated. Humphrey Davy (American Philosophical Society, later president of the Royal Society) worked at the Royal Institution, invented the arc light, the Davy lamp to be used in coal mines and isolated chemical elements potassium, sodium, calcium, strontium, barium, magnesium, boron. He had Michael Faraday as assistant.

Galvani's cousin Giovanni Aldini experimented with electricity on corpses. In 1818 Mary Shelly, married to Percy Shelly (Romanticism) wrote Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus.

Hans Orstedt, brother of Danish pm Anders Orstedt, discovered in 1821 that wires with electric current had a magnetic field so electricity and magnetism was related. He was a member of the American Philosophical Society and awarded by the Royal Society.

Its laws were described by André Ampère (French Academy of Sciences, Royal Society), George Ohm and James Watt.

Michael Faraday (French Academy of Sciences, Royal Society) discovered the law of induction and developed the electric generator. He worked with James Maxwell at the Royal Institution, founded by Henry Cavendish (Cecil bloc). He discovered the shielding effect, known as the Faraday cage. He participated in the Great Exhibition in London.

The lightning hitting the tower on the Tower card represents the Uranus energy of the Age of Aquarius, the Kabbalistic Lightning Flash of Creation.

In 1840 Samuel Morse developed a messaging system allowing people to communicate through electricity. Engineers worked on connecting the US and Britain through cables crossing the Atlantic Ocean (symbolic rebuilding of the Atlantis civilisation).

In 1873 Oxford University Press published A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by James Maxwell (Cavendish Laboratory). Maxwell's equations were based on Gauss' Law and Faraday's Law of Induction.

In 1880 Pierre and Jacques Curie discovered piezoelectricity. Thomas Edison (Theosophical Society) helped inventing the light bulb. He installed a power station in NY to power Wall Street and worked with JP Morgan. The SI unit of electric charge was called Coulomb after Charles-Augustin de Coulomb (columbo: dove, symbol of the Holy Spirit).

Nikola Tesla invented the Tesla coil. His Alternate Current (AC) induction motors were exhibited by George Westinghouse at the Chicago Fair of 1893 (financed by Charles Schwab). Tesla built the Wardenclyff Tower, funded by JP Morgan.

The development of electronics caused the 4th wave of industrial revolution. The lower waves of the electromagnetic spectrum were used to create radio technology, microwave technology, infrared and X-ray technology. Richard Feynman and Enrico Fermi played a role in the development of quantum electrodynamics.

Electrocution was used in the death penalty.

IBM worked on electronic data processing and applied in the German concentration camps.

During WW1 Francis Clovis used electroshocks on his patients as part of research on trauma based mind control. In atomic science the electron was discovered, orbiting the proton and neutron, held together by the strong nuclear force. Nuclear power was used to generate electricity.

Wilhelm Reich did research on bio-electricity and the science of sex (orgasm as bioelectric discharge). Electroconvulsive devices were used in MK Ultra.

In 1947 Bell Labs developed the transistor. Philo Famsworth (BSA) developed electric tv. Electrical engineer Julian Bigelow participated in the Macy conferences.

Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters developed the Electric Kool Aid test.

In 1977 the Twin Towers were used in an electricity blackout ritual.

The internet was developed to create a digital prison system in which every person becomes a node, generating an avatar. The music industry promoted electronic music. Electric symbolism was used in Rock and Metal.

Elon Musk was used to introduce the electric car named after Tesla.

In the New Age Church, the electromagnetic field generated by the human heart is seen as a torsion field. Ancient Aliens spread disinfo about the use of electricity by the Egyptians (depicted in Temple of Hathor in Dendera).

Tesla's research on electricity was the subject of The Prestige with David Bowie.

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